Tag Archives: Trocadero Transfer

SF’s Remember The Party: October 7th

San Francisco’s annual reunion of the performers and patrons of the legendary Trocadero Transfer disco takes place on October 7th. As longtime readers might recall, I’ve attended this party several times and will be there again this year. (I’m pretty sure I’m somewhere under those white balloons above.) This year’s party begins immediately after the conclusion of the Castro Street ...

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Remember The Party 2011

The patrons and performers of San Francisco’s legendary Trocadero Transfer will once again gather for Remember The Party on Sunday, October 9th. This year’s event is a tribute to Sylvester! Prepare to be cookin’ on your feet in the Disco Heat as DJ JERRY BONHAM serves you a heaping helping of Disco deliciousness from all over the world, featuring a ...

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TONIGHT: Honey Soundsystem’s SPKR

Tonight I’ll be attending a fundraiser party for San Francisco’s GLBT Historical Society. SPEAKER will feature five significant venues from San Francisco’s timeline: I Beam, End Up, Trocadero Transfer, Townsend, and The Box. These parties and the personalities gravitating around them will be portrayed as a multimedia family tree – telling the tales of notorious Sunday Tea Dances, a sexually ...

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Sunday In SF: Remember The Party

The folks at San Francisco’s Remember The Party, which is an annual reunion of the patrons and staff of the legendary Trocadero Transfer, have put together the below promo clip for Sunday’s event. (They even worked in some of my own footage from last year’s party.) DJ Jerry Bonham is planning to lean heavily on the Donna Summer catalog and ...

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October 10th In San Francisco: Remember The Party With DJ Jerry Bonham

One of my favorite events of the year, Remember The Party, returns to San Francisco’s legendary Trocadero Transfer (now the Glas Kat) on October 10th. The 1980 White Party at the Trocadero Transfer had a ’30s Art Deco theme that got everyone’s happy feet tap-tap-tapping. Looking at the pictures from it inspired our Remember The White Party poster with its ...

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Disco Archeology

In the last six months, I’ve attended two Saint reunion parties and two Trocadero Transfer reunions, the latest of which was last night’s delightful event at Dance 208, helmed by original Troc DJ Bobby Viteritti. As I wax nostalgic for long-gone gay nightlife far too often on this here website thingy, this time I’ll just provide some clips heard last ...

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Saturday: NYC Trocadero Reunion

This Saturday original Trocadero Transfer DJ Bobby Viteritti will spin a reunion party at Dance 208, the NYC LGBT Center’s dance party series. Dance:208 debuts another great new night: a tribute to San Francisco’s legendary gay nightclub from the day Trocadero Transfer with one of its original djs Bobby Viteritti. Trocadero was as famous in its day as The Saint. ...

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Remember The Party 2009

Today I was finally able to sit down and sort through a few hundred photos and put together a slideshow and upload a couple of videos from Sunday’s epic Remember The Party event in San Francisco, where as you can see above, the event’s promoters even tipped my birthday on a banner over the dance floor. What an incredible night! ...

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Remember The Party – October 11th

Remember The Party, the annual reunion of San Francisco’s legendary Trocadero Transfer disco, takes place October 11th. The Mothership S.S. Trocadero Transfer is ready to transport all earthlings on an interplanetary, most extraordinary trip across the universe and back! In this incarnation of Remember The Party, all passengers will be experiencing Close Encounters Of The Disco Kind! Commencing countdown. Engines ...

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Remembering The Party

I’ve started this post several times over since I got back from last week’s Trocadero Transfer 30th anniversary Remember The Party event in San Francisco. I usually get my event reviews up pretty quickly, but not this time. Part of the delay was due to difficulties in getting the video below uploaded from my camera, but I think that a ...

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