8 Sep
free movie, free booze and free entrance into Rhonda—what's not to like about that


Alright LA people… On Saturday September 12th Lost In A Supermarket is hosting a private screening for the yet-to-be-released documentary They Call It Acid: The Story of Acid House Culture. We had the opportunity to check it out a little while back (read our review here) and we liked it so damn much that we hit up the director and put together an exclusive LA screening. We teamed up with A Club Called Rhonda for the event because it just so happens that they have Chicago’s acid house pioneer DJ Pierre as the headlining talent for the night. Seems like a great fit to us…

If you consider yourself a fan of electronic music or have ever experienced underground party glory, this is a must see. For real. The film chronicles the rise of acid house music from Chicago and Detroit in the mid-eighties to its explosion in England and the subsequent birth of the Rave movement. Once again, this is an exclusive private screening for the unreleased film, and as of now, it’s your only chance to view it in the US. The best part about it is that the screening is FREE and we’ve got an open bar—plus, if you get your ass to the screening you’ll get into the club for free. Come on…free movie, free booze and free entrance into Rhonda—what’s not to like about that. The film RSVP and the club RSVP are two different lists. RSVP to the film screening here. RSVP to the club here. The only downside to this whole night is that seating is extremely limited…which means if you don’t sign up now chances are you’ll be SOL come Saturday. We hope to see you on the dancefloor…

Lost In A Supermarket presents: They Call It Acid: The Story of Acid House Culture
@ EL CID (4212 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 213.995.3969)

8-9:30: screening
9-10:30: open bar on the patio
10:30: dancefloor opens w/ residents
12:45-close: DJ Pierre

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