The Get Down



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DJ Jon Reyes (@stankpalmer)

Kick off your PRIDE weekend the right way with the help of local food trucks, live DJs, and veteran Bay Area dance & fitness talent!. The Get Down team is taking over the SoMa StrEatfood Park to bring you the triple threat — beats, eats, and moves — guaranteed to make you look and feel good.

11am – Get Down to our live DJs and enjoy some bites in the Barn at SOMA StrEat Food Park
12-12:30pm – FREE Get Down class (open to all levels and ages)
1pm – Fashion Show

We will be accepting donations on behalf of Lyric Foundation!

Alcoholic beverages only available for 21+ with valid government ID

About the Class :
Instructors: Paymaneh Khalili, Lindsey Fox

We fully expect to see bodies ready to party so no matter what you choose, judgment is checked at the door and the floor will be flooded with fun. Definitely wear something comfortable that you can move in, but make sure it makes you feel fly as f*ck.




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Meet the Staff : 

Lindsey Fox (Fitness Instructor)

IG: @Lindseyfoxfitness | Website:

Lindsey Fox is a personal trainer based out of Oakland, ca.  She specializes in body sculpting through weight lifting and high intense conditioning. Lindsey has dedicated her life to fitness for the past 6 years and is determined to help motivate, inspire and teach others how to live a healthy lifestyle.

Paymaneh “Bibi” Khalili (Dance Instructor/Co-Producer)

IG: @mspersia | Website:

College served as Bibi’s introduction to the Bay Area Hip Hop scene, leading to opportunities dancing alongside Rickey Tripp with Idiom & Allan Frias with Mind Over Matter before heading to Emerson Aquino & more at Funkanometry SF. A few years down the line, she became Director of the all female dance team, delafemme.

Bibi’s pieces have been performed by many local dance companies and she has also choreographed and danced in videos for numerous local artists including Netta Brielle and EvenOdds.

Her style can be best described as groovy with a heavy focus on musicality and having fun.

Krystle Mae Benitez (Fitness Instructor/ Co-Producer) : 

Maricar Tabios (Co-Producer) :

Maricar‘s love for dance spans over 20 years, from foundational classes as a child to teaching and performing with the Bay Area non-profit dance company, Funkanometry SF. She is also a toddler mama & licensed clinical social worker in her native city of San Francisco.

Kristen Brillantes via The Sarap Shop (Co-Producer) : 

Definition of Sarap:
A tagalog word that can describe something as delicious or feeling good.

The Sarap Shop is a Filipino-American food truck and catering company by Kristen Brillantes and JP Reyes. They embrace the dual meaning of the word “sarap” by creating comforting menus with something for everyone, and equally comforting experiences that make everyone at the table feel loved.

— About JP + Kristen —

Chef JP only recently decided to take a risk and turn his curiosity for cooking into a career. He jumped into the culinary field, with no formal training, and in just three years worked his way from a line cook at Spice Kit to Lead Vegan Chef then Sous Chef at Google. After a few months of running pop-ups together, Kristen was inspired by JP’s passion and decided to buy him a food truck. JP, now, works full-time at his dream job.

Kristen wasn’t much of a fan of cooking until it became a way she could experiment with uncommon combinations she wanted to eat, and a way to spend extra quality time with the people she loves. She complements JP’s imagination in the kitchen by masterminding ideas for dishes and designing unique dining experiences. Outside of The Sarap Shop, Kristen is a Design Producer at Google Ventures and runs a private relationship coaching practice.

They also enjoy experimenting with other cultures’ comfort food and trying new restaurants. They occasionally post their recipes and tips on Instagram and YouTube.

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The Venue :

SOMA StrEat Food Park

SoMa StrEat Food Park is the Bay Area’s first and largest food truck park, beer garden, and event space. We maintain a vibrant community of over 100 of the best mobile food vendors in the Bay, and organize food truck catering and events throughout the area. Our unique 20,000 square foot space includes a rotating lineup of up to 12 food trucks, a permanent beer and wine bar, full bathrooms, free Wi-Fi, and seating for up to 1,000 people. We host a variety of weekly and one-off special events, including trivia, comedy, karaoke, craft markets, food festivals, holiday parties, music festivals, and viewing parties for sporting events.

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