SF Sketchfest Presents The Legacy Music Dance Party
SF Sketchfest and Club Chuckles Present: The Legacy Music Dance Party MAME THAT CHUNE, a video game music game show and dance party with Brent Weinbach and Rob F. Martinez!
5:30pm doors, show at 6pm. Mostly seated show. 21+ only.
MAME THAT CHUNE is "Name That Tune" for video game music of the 8-bit and 16-bit era. Before the show starts, audience members will have an opportunity enter a drawing to compete. Three audience members will be selected to compete along with three comedian contestants. So get there early if you want to compete.
Also included are two side contests, which audience members can enter as well: VGM Karoake, where contestants sing along to a video game track of their choice with either prepared written lyrics, lyrics you make up on the spot, or humming along gibberish. Audience will vote by applause on the winner, based on overall performance and ability to sing along with the melody of the piece. And finally, there's Legacy Dance: Battle Mode, which is a video game music dance battle.
After the game show is over, the DANCE PARTY begins and will last for about an hour. The music will ONLY be video game music from the 8-bit and 16-bit era. No remixes, no covers, no adaptations of non-video game music -just pure, original, dancy music from the Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, TurboGrafx-16, Game Boy, and more!
The Legacy Music Hour was created by Brent Weinbach and Rob F. specifically for the purpose of sharing video game music from the golden age of gaming (8-bit and 16-bit). No remixes, no covers, no video game inspired music -just pure, original music from the NES, SNES, Genesis, and more. Brent Weinbach is a comedian, actor and accomplished musician. Rob F. is a comedian, actor and freelance MMA reporter.
Hemlock Tavern (View)
1131 Polk St.
San Francisco, CA 94109
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|