The Internet Archive’s Annual Bash – Come Celebrate With Us!

What’s your personal rabbit hole?

78 rpm recordings?
20th Century women writers?
Friendster sites?
Vintage software?
Educational films from the 50s?

Find out at the Internet Archive’s Annual Bash:

The Internet Archive invites you to enter our 20th Century Time Machine to experience the audio, books, films, web sites, ephemera and software fast disappearing from our midst. We’ll be connecting the centuries—transporting 20th century treasures to curious minds in the 21st. Come explore the possibilities at our annual bash on Wednesday, October 11, 2017, from 5-9:30 pm.

Tickets start at $15 here.

We’ll kick off the evening with cocktails, food trucks and hands-on demos of our coolest collections. Come scan a book, play in a virtual reality arcade, or talk about 78 rpm recordings with DJ Chas Gaudi. When you arrive, be sure to get your library card. If you “check out” all the stations on your card, we’ll reward you with a special Internet Archive gift.

Starting at 7 p.m., we’ll unveil the latest media the Internet Archive has to offer, presented by the artists, writers, and scientists who lose themselves in our collections every day. And to keep you dancing into the evening, DJ Phast Phreddie the Boogaloo Omnibus, will once again be spinning records from 8-9:30. Come join our celebration!

Event Info:                    Wednesday, October 11th
5pm: Cocktails, food trucks, and hands-on demos
7pm: Program
8pm: Dessert and Dancing

Location:  Internet Archive, 300 Funston Avenue, San Francisco

Get your tickets now!

Free bike valet parking available!


6 thoughts on “The Internet Archive’s Annual Bash – Come Celebrate With Us!

  1. The Wildcat SEO Master

    This will be a most wonderful thing to be part of. I enjoy reading, working and learning at It is a constant journey for me to come and be part of the whole process going on with this most worthy endeavor.

  2. Leeza

    Oh WOW!
    Would love to go. Sounds like loads of fun and interesting collections.
    Hopefully can be held in Dallas, TX. in the future.

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