Terminus: The Last Treasure Island Warehouse Party
The crew of the Disco Space Shuttle invites you to be part of history as we give a final, worthy send off to a historic warehouse on Treasure Island.
Featuring an all-star DJ lineup playing on a VOID Incubus sound system:
Thugfucker * The Scumfrog * DJ Kramer * and more
With large scale art including Peter Hudson's "Eternal Return".
For over 75 years Building 180 has quietly played a supporting role in a remarkable parade of San Francisco history. The warehouse was built by the Navy in the early 1940’s as part of US Naval Station Treasure Island. During the height of WWII, the glittering skyline of San Francisco as seen from TI was the last view of home for up to 12,000 men daily as they shipped out to the Pacific theater, and it welcomed home those who made it back safely. Once decommissioned, Building 180 had a second act during the 90's as a film set, often called "Hollywood North". In the early 2000's, a new breed of artists moved in, and the space became the birthplace of some of the most impressive large-scale art projects to grace Black Rock City. Marco Cochrane's towering steel tributes to feminine grace and energy - Bliss Dance, Truth is Beauty, and R-Evolution; Peter Hudson's iconic stroboscopic zoetropes; and Katy Boynton's Heartfullness were all conceived and built here. Equally as recognizable on the playa are the art cars that first rolled out from her hangar doors, including The Space Cowboys' Unimog, Sil-vi Bojon, The Janky Barge, The Dodo Bus, Heart (Deco) Phoenix and the Disco Space Shuttle. Veteran burners will also recall this warehouse as the original home of Ghost Ship, the annual SF Halloween massive, first held on TI in 2008.
Come join us at Building 180 for a magnificent final act! This will be the last Treasure Island warehouse party before the building is razed to make way for redevelopment.
Full bar and food options available. No outside alcohol. 21 & over only please.