SF IndieFest Presents The Annual Roller Disco Costume Party

The San Francisco IndieFest, presenters of the San Francisco DocFest, will host its Annual Roller Disco Costume Party this Friday, October 26, from 8:00 PM – 2:00 AM at Cellspace (2050 Bryant at 18th). Costumes are encouraged, and prizes will be awarded for the best! Skate rentals and tunes will be provided by the Black Rock Roller Disco.

The event is for individuals 21 and up, with an entrance fee of $10 – all proceeds benefiting SF IndieFest, a 501c3 non profit arts organization. IndieFest will not responsible for alcohol influenced roller skating wipe outs!

San Francisco DocFest runs from November 01 – November 21. For more information visit the festival webpage.

About SF IndieFest:

In 1998 Jeff Ross realized there was no avenue available for his friend Rand Alexander to show his film, CAGED, even though it had played the prestigious Slamdance Film Festival that same year. Jeff took to the streets and put on a four-day event financed, like many of the films presented, with his personal credit cards. The event was welcomed with an audience of over 3,000 people. The following year IndieFest grew to a nine-day event with over 4,200 in attendance. A decade later, the SF Independent Film Festival draws crowds of over 11,000 and continues to support and celebrate maverick filmmakers and their work.

Last year over 21,000 film and event goers attended IndieFest events last year. We are a 501c3 non-profit with support from San Francisco Grants for the Arts, the San Francisco Art Commission, and many local newspapers, radio stations, websites, breweries, hotels, venues, businesses, and arts lovers like you!

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