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Dance Your Ass Off Event Art Button Museum
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"THE FRISCO DISCO" DANCE YOUR ASS OFF INC. 901 COLUMBUS AVE.
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Black outline illustration of a separated top half and bottom half of a woman dancing on a wood floor with music symbols forming an arch in the background. Black illustration and text on a green background. 

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© COPYRIGHT FEB. '75

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This button promoted the "Dance Your Ass Off" dance party at the Frisco Disco club in San Francisco. San Francisco had one of the largest disco scenes in the late 1970s, which was centered on discotheques, nightclubs, and private parties where DJs would play top disco hits for clubgoers. Disco.com published a playlist by DJ Pete Struve for a Dance Your Ass Off party in 1976. 

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This button was designed by Steve Smad who was a designer of all this graphics for Stu Goldberg's, "Dance Your Ass Off", which the local press called the Frisco Disco. The club held 1000 people any night of the week with upwards of 500 people on the dance floor. Steve was a very cool fella who also did a mastheads that was atop Herb Kane's column in the SF Chronicle of a "cartoon bent" SF Pyramid building. Pete Struve PeterMIxt