Plan Your Night Out with the Discotech Nightlife App

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San Francisco isn’t known for it’s nightlife scene – there are no mega clubs like XS or Omnia in the city by the bay. On any given weekend you’ll find many well known DJs on the decks at local San Francisco nightlife staples such as Temple, Audio, and Halcyon. Looking for hip hop? Check out Origin in the Fillmore, or Love and Propaganda / Infusion Lounge in financial district. But you might be asking – how do I get in? Do I need to buy tickets? Sign up for guest list? Book bottle service? Do I need to know a promoter or VIP host?

Enter Discotech, the nightlife app that simplifies clubbing. Gone are the days of texting multiple promoters. This all-in-one app allows you to browse upcoming events in SF, see where your favorite DJs are playing, sign up for free and discounted guestlists, purchase tickets, and book table service at every club in San Francisco. You can compare bottle service minimums, see which venues have guestlist, browse ticket prices for all the clubs – easily and quickly on the app!

The best part about Discotech… this app isn’t just limited to San Francisco. Las Vegas, the mecca of nightlife is a short 1 hour flight away. Use Discotech to sign up for free guestlists at your favorite Las Vegas Clubs, including Encore Beach Club, XS, Omnia, Hakkasan, Marquee, and more. You can also use Discotech in San Diego, Orange County, Miami, New York, Chicago, and Dallas. Other cities coming soon: Washington DC, Boston, and Scottsdale.

Discotech is available for download on the iTunes App store and Google Play Store. They also have a website available for those that don’t want to download an app. Give Discotech a spin this weekend – you won’t regret it!

An avid drummer whose discography includes albums on Digital Nations (a Steve Vai imprint), music critic Louis Raphael has always kept a pulse on the San Francisco music scene. After many years as the San Francisco Music Examiner for and, he decided to start Music in SF® as a way to showcase what the San Francisco music scene really has to offer.