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Juanita More's Booty Call Wednesdays Coming To An End This Month

Juanita More. (Photo: Booty Call Wednesdays)
By Brian Ray - Published on November 10, 2015.

Fans of Booty Call Wednesdays' mix of unique photo booths, go-go dancers, drag queens, and non-pop house music will soon need to find a new weekly event to attend, as the popular dance party at QBAR (456 Castro St.) will be coming to an end in three weeks.

Juanita More, who created the event and promoted it over the past eight years, made the closure announcement on her Facebook page yesterday. SFist has more details on the remaining three Booty Call events, the last of which will be held on November 25th, the day before Thanksgiving. 

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