Apr 21, 2017 · 3 min read

10PM — 2AM
2665 Mission St

We’ve marched together, wrote postcards together, stood tall, made art, and ate together — we survived the first 100 days together, and now we want to celebrate our creative resistance together.

100 Days Action is thrilled to host the No Ban Dance Party at Gray Area. Our lineup features DJs and music from the 7 countries on the travel ban, including Sepehr, Surabhi Saraf, Aria Rostami & Daniel Blomquist, DJ Ahmed, and Hagage Masaed. Come raise a glass to 100 Days of resisting the President of the United States.

Put your glitter on. People of all gender, race, religion, and sexual orientation welcome (21+). Your first 100 Day event? No problem! We’re building long term friendships, all are welcome.


DJ Ahmed was born in Iraq and survived the Gulf War of 1990, the Iraqi uprising in 1991, and lived through the US imposed sanctions until 1993. For 12 years DJ Ahmed has played international music from Iraq and all Arab countries as well as India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, and more.

Hagage Masaed is a professional singer, songwriter, and music producer. Hagage has written, produced, and recorded 5 studio albums and played over 40 festivals worldwide. His music incorporates American hip hop with Arabic music, Jamaican Raggae, and other world beats.

Aria Rostami and Daniel Blomquist gather source material and throw it back and forth to make much of their work. Their compositions explore dynamic relations between digital and analog sound creating quiet transitions and soaring peaks. Aria Rostami and Daniel Blomquist have releases out on Glacial Movements and Jacktone.

Surabhi Saraf is a media artist, composer, and performer based in San Francisco. Surabhi has performed solo at Thessaloniki Contemporary Art Biennial, Greece, Currents International New Media Festival, Santa Fe, San Francisco Electronic Music Festival, SF and Max Mueller Bhavan Goethe Institut, Mumbai & New Delhi among others.

Sepehr is a DJ, producer, and remixer, based in the Bay Area. He started DJing in his teens, and has since become a staple in the San Francisco underground house and techno scene. His DJ sets range from Detroit house and psychedelic techno, to heady electro, classic acid, and the occasional crowd pleasing underground anthem.


4/21: Love Letter is a limited run print by E. “Oscar” Maynard at our free giveaway table in the 24 Hour Resistance Gym at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Its our last week at YBCA, pick one up today!
4/22: Eyes Knees Groin Throat by WOFF AND WYMAN is a self-defense workshop and pop music PSA sing-along, also staged at YBCA.
4/23: Keeping Time is a collaboration between artist Patti Maciesz and her infant son which visualizes the work of motherhood as creative resistance.


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100 Days Action presents a calendar of activist and poetic action as a counternarrative to Trump’s one hundred day plan.

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