Club’s ‘puppy play’ night turns 35 — in dog years

San Francisco Chronicle Late Edition - - ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT - — Ryan Kost

Pound Puppy, a SoMa dance party ded­i­cated to queer kinksters who like some “puppy play” (and their friends), is turn­ing 5 this month. Nat­u­rally, a cel­e­bra­tion is in or­der, and the crew be­hind the event is happy to oblige.

On Sat­ur­day, Nov. 10, Pound Puppy plans to bring in So­lar, a San Fran­cisco DJ who is known best for the lon­grun­ning Sun­set Sound Sys­tem as well as We Are Mon­sters, to head­line the party. If you’re not fa­mil­iar with So­lar’s style, you can ex­pect an eclec­tic mix of house and techno tracks — and a con­stantly packed dance floor.

You don’t need to be into puppy play to at­tend; there are plenty of folks who pack the SF Ea­gle ev­ery month for Pound Puppy who are just there to en­joy the mu­sic, the go-gos and the huge back pa­tio. But if that is your kind of thing, you’ll be right at home in your col­lar and your mask.

As usual, res­i­dents Os­car Pineda and Kevin O’Con­nor will also be hold­ing down the decks through­out the night. The in­vite sug­gests “that you pre­pare to pun­ish the dance floor.” Pound Puppy: 9 p.m. Sat­ur­day, Nov. 10. $10. SF Ea­gle, 398 12th St., S.F. www.sf-ea­gle.com

Fabian Echevar­ria / Pound Puppy 2014

Pound Puppy, a monthly “puppy play” party at the SF Ea­gle in SoMa, is turn­ing 5 years old.

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