October 28, 2017 @ 10:00 pm America/Vancouver Timezone
John Colins
138 Minna St
San Francisco
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Naughty or N I C E }

Halloween FREAK OUT Weekend
Every 4th Saturday at John Colins

{ October Birthdays Celebration }

Join us this Saturday at John Colins for the Halloween edition of Naughty or NICE! Guest DJ SUPREME (Original DJs) joins DJ Apollo on the 1’s and 2’s for night of good vibrations in the SoMA district!

With that said, you know it’s gonna’ be a night to remember or not, depending on how many drinks you have! Tell all of your folks and your friends…it’s party time at John Colins once again!


Original DJs

{ resident DJ }

Triple Threat

Triple Threat


138 Minna Street
at New Montgomery
San Francisco | SoMA
21+ | 10pm – 2am


Celebrating A Special Occasion?

Email, for bottle service and private room reservations.

Fellas, let’s keep it classy and dress it up. Ladies, do you and keep it sexy as you always do.

NICE people, NICE music, NICE venue and always a NICE time.

(But it’s okay to act a little Naughty on this one!)

ABOUT DJ APOLLO {resident}
DJ APOLLO is a hip hop legend and musical pioneer who helped lay the foundation for the subculture known as turntablism. Born in the Philippines and raised in San Francisco, Apollo is a jack of all trades known for his many musical styles, from hip hop to soul, funk, breaks, 80’s & disco to name a few. He was one of the first DJs to experiment with the turntable as a musical instrument, which helped elevate the skill into an art form and turn the DJ into a musician. Because of this, Apollo also became one of the first DJs to be member of a live jazz band.

One of the founders and original members of the Invisbl Skratch Piklz (ISP), Apollo helped introduce a revolutionary art form to the music world. The Piklz created the first turntable band: an art form in which turntables become the instruments that form all various sounds. The crew comprised of Apollo, Mix Master Mike and Qbert (also known as the Rock Steady DJs), and each artist possessed the skills to play various musical roles. These included the role of the drummer, bass player, lead scratch or turntablist. The combined talent of this team earned the group the titles of Disco Mixing Club (DMC) United States And World Champions (1992), which is the highest honor a DJ group can earn. The original ISP won them on both the national and international levels.

With the success in the DJ battle circuit, Apollo’s talent caught the attention of musical geniuses in the jazz and hip hop arenas. Apollo became the official DJ for Buckshot Lefonque, a band led by jazz legend Branford Marsalis and co-produced by DJ Premier of Gangstarr. Apollo also landed the DJ spot for Oakland based hip hop collective, Souls of Mischief of the Hieroglyphics and his musical work is featured on the group album “No Mans Land.” Another defining moment in Apollo’s career has been his experience with hip hop jazz trumpet player, Russell Gunn, and recorded tracks for Gunn’s albums Music Ethnocology, Volumes 1 and 2. Apollo is currently the DJ for another Oakland native, the diva of the Bay Area, Goapele.

Apollo is one of the few DJs in the world that has appeared on the three major late night talk shows, including David Letterman, Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien. He is also featured in Scratch, a 2001 documentary film, directed by Doug Pray, that examines cultural and historical perspectives on the birth and evolution of hip-hop disc jockeys, scratching and turntablism and includes interview with some of hip-hop’s most famous and respected DJs. Both national and international publications continue to highlight Apollo throughout his career, including Vibe, Rolling Stone, URB, DJ Times, and The Source to name a few. Some of his awards include the Technics DMC DJ Hall of Fame Award and Inductee (1999) , the International Turntablist Federation (ITF) Grand Wizard Theodore Award (2000), and the Hip Hop Slam Hall of Fame Award (2002) presented by Billy Jam.

In 1999, Apollo joined up with two other legendary DJs, Shortkut (Beat Junkies) and Vinroc (5th Platoon), to form the super DJ group Triple Threat DJs. The only collective comprised of all turntable champions from major turntable crews. Triple Threat strive to master as many musical styles as possible as they produce tracks, compose music on the ones and twos, and rock a party with three times the power of your average turntable legend. Triple Threat has expanded into a music label and events promotions company as well.

On an individual level, Apollo also continues to create and master new forms of turntablism. He has an ongoing series of highly coveted mixes and projects that incorporate different genres in live gigs and studio beats, and spreads his musical acumen with DJ gigs throughout the world.



If the club is hot and everyone is on the floor, there is a good chance that DJ SUPREME is behind the turntables. His original style of mixing has earned him the reputation of being an official party starter and one of the Bay Area’s most prominent deejays. Born and raised in San Francisco, SUPREME has been playing the hottest musical flavors for over 20 years.

SUPREME has won national fame as the first West Coast deejay to appear on BET’s Planet Groove hosted by the beautiful Rachel. He has gained recognition from his cutting edge underground mix tapes and CDS that have been heard by many throughout the world. As a member of the All Star Deejays from 1995-2001, SUPREMEs superb mixes were heard throughout the Bay Area on 106.1 KMEL. Also in 2012 he was a guest dj on ‘Sway in the Morning’ on Sirius XM Radio. Currently you can catch Dj Supreme on Hot 105.7 FM with the throwback mid day mix every Monday – Friday at 12pm. Additionally, SUPREME is a founding member of the Original DJs crew which includes Positively Red, B-Trax, Madd Mike and Kevin Armstrong.

Not only has SUPREME made heads nod over the airwaves he has had the honor of holding down the 1s and 2s at several exclusive events including the official CANCUN JUMP OFF fiesta festivities in Cancun at worldwide known clubs such as Coco Bongo and Daddy O’s in Cancun Mexico, featured dj for Carols Daughter promotion hosted by Mary J Blige for Sephora and for the official – Nokia launch event for the Nokia 8801 at Club ICE Las Vegas during the 2007 CTIA convention. As a promoter and event coordinator, SUPREME was responsible for ‘SUPABAD’ and ‘ELEVATE’ two of the hottest promotions to ever happen in the San Francisco party scene . He is also a founding member of Supabad Entertainment, which is a promotions company that promotes and host premier events in the Bay Area.

SUPREME has also kept people on the dance floor at some of the hottest clubs and ultra lounges including Sutra, The Gold Bar & Taj Lounge in NY. Geoffrey’s Inner Circle (Oakland), Cream of Beat hosted by the Pirate Djs (SF), Essex Supper Club (SF), The Manhattan Lounge (SF), The Factory (SF), Suite 181 (SF), Fluid Ultra Lounge(SF), The Redwood Room inside The Clift Hotel (SF), Eastside West bar & lounge (SF), Impala (SF), Loft 11 (SF) Club 330 Ritch (SF), PST inside Levende Lounge (SF), The Milk Bar (SF), Taco Tuesdays inside Rouge (SF), Era Art Bar & Lounge (Oakland), Liege Spirits Lounge (Oakland), and John Colins Lounge (SF). He has also deejayed in Las Vegas at The Maxim Hotel, The All Star Cafe, and The Motown Café. Also at Luna Park, Royale and Studio 7 in Los Angeles.

Additionally, SUPREME has opened for some of the nation’s elite R&B and Hip Hop acts including Next, K-Ci and JoJo, Brian McKnight, Outkast, The Automator, The Lost Boys, Dwele and Too Short. He was a featured deejay at Rebelpalooza 1999 at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas which featured performances by Slick Rick and Black Moon. He also has toured with acclaimed rapper Paris.

SUPREME gives back to his community. He regularly contributes his skills to various fundraising and charity events in San Francisco including the San Francisco Conservation corps, the 1998 AIDS Dance-a-thon; the Bring in da’ Noise, Bring in da’ Funk, Bring in da’ Kids Community Outreach Fundraiser and the Charles A. Tindley Academy of Music, Inc.’s first annual “Guiding Our Youth” Celebrity Basketball fundraiser in October 1999. Also, SUPREME served as a consultant for the 2001 Hip-Hop Art and Culture Exhibit in San Francisco.

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