It puts a smile on my face to reflect on all the great times we’ve had over the past year — and all the wonderful new friends and fans we’ve made along the way. You guys rock – and we are very grateful for it. Here’s to a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend from all of us here at Silent Storm Sound System.
For those of you in San Francisco, rest assured that, as much as Monday will come too soon for us all, we’ll be there to help you transition into the (next) Holiday Season with a spectacular silent disco dance party at NightLife @ the California Academy of Sciences next Thursday (Dec 1st)!
Resident Reindeer at the California Academy of Sciences (source: calacademy.org)
“Jump start your holiday season with live reindeer, indoor snow flurries, and all the sugar & spice you can handle. Next week marks the NightLife debut of ‘Tis the Season for Science, the Academy’s new exhibit featuring the sights, sounds, and smells of the season, along with the science behind some of your favorite traditions. Explore the exhibit, including an aromatic “Spice Forest,” and take part in the “Silent Night Silent Disco,” featuring jamz DJ’d by ICEE HOT’s Shawn Reynaldo.” Here’s a taste:
The Piazza is transforming into a winter wonderland as we speak. Here’s a behind the scenes sneak peak:
In addition to the silent disco dance party in the Piazza, “you can exercise your sweet tooth with tastings by Ghirardelli, The Candy Store, Mission Minis (cupcakes), Fiona’s Sweetshoppe, and Sweet Inspiration; and watch as The Moss Room’s pastry chef Angela Gong whips up a sugar sculpture before your very eyes. Plus, Whole Spice will be on-hand to demonstrate what it takes to blend custom spice mixes for favorite local restaurants including Aziza and Napa’s Ubuntu.
Be one of the first 100 people to visit Scoutmob’s table at NightLife and download their app, and get a free drink ticket.
Pacific Gas & Electric Company will also be on-hand with interactive activities including the chance to see your thermal image using an infrared camera, and suggestions for how to make your home more energy-efficient this winter.”
Additional music in the East Pavilion by ICEE HOT.