When the calendar flips over to 2014, the Bay Area will have a new night in sight to find a dance haven. Beginning on January 19th, Sidney Samson will kick off a new monthly series at San Francisco’s Confession for an 18+ (21+ to drink) event that will take Sundays through the morning hours. Look forward to Party Favor joining as a supporting act, as Samson Sundays roll through the Bay next month; more information.
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