October 18, 2006 | By Derek Slater

You're Invited! EFF and Calabash Music Mixer in San Francisco, November 5

Come support EFF and hear DRM-free tunes from Calabash Music on November 5 at Little Baobab in San Francisco.

Calabash Music is a leading online distributor of music from around the world, providing its entire catalog in MP3 format and splitting sales revenue 50-50 with artists. Local DJ and Calabash Music General Counsel Jim Sowers will be spinning African, Caribbean, and Latin music all night long. Part of the proceeds from the cover charge ($5) will go to EFF, and EFF staff members will be there to chat (and dance, if you're lucky).

We hope to see you there, and spread the word!

WHAT: EFF and Calabash Music Mixer
WHEN: 8 PM until late, November 5
WHERE:
Little Baobab
3388 19th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94110, (415) 643-3558
http://www.bissapbaobab.com/nightlife.html

Cover charge is $5 (a portion of which will go to EFF), and additional donations to EFF encouraged. Must be 21+ to attend, cash bar.

Little Baobab is accessible by BART. Get off at the 16th Street Mission station and head south on Mission St, then make a left on 19th.


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