Monday, August 24, 2015

Breakout Star Of "Orange Is The New Black" Ruby Rose DJ's At Temple Nightclub

The new breakout star of Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black," Ruby Rose, brought down the house last night with a live performance from the DJ booth at Temple Nightclub, located in the heart of the SoMa District in San Francisco.

A raucous crowd lined the streets for hours for the chance to see the star in action. Throughout her set, several fans enthusiastically removed their shirts for the chance to catch Rose's attention, who also received several pairs of panties thrown into the DJ booth.

Arriving shortly after midnight, Rose began the evening with a meet and greet with two lucky fans, posing for photos and signing autographs. Sticking to her androgynous style, Rose sported a simple look with a black t-shirt and athletic shoes, complementing her colorful tattoos. Before the highly anticipated set, the crowd chanted her name until she appeared.

Rose, who describes her musical influences to be Felix da Housecat, Erick Morillo and DJ Snake, got the crowd energized with a variety of bass thumping mixes - ranging from Jefferson Airplane's "Do You Want Somebody To Love" to Zedd's "We're Beautiful Now" to Galantis' "Peanut Butter Jelly" and many more.

The beauty ended her set by jumping on top of the DJ booth and gracing the crowd with her dance moves, followed by her taking out her cell phone to take a selfie with the crowd.

About Temple Nightclub 
Temple Nightclub is located in the SoMa District at 540 Howard Street, just steps away from Moscone Center. Open Thursday from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. and Friday through Saturday from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m., Temple is the nation’s first award-winning “green” venue to host world-class nightlife entertainment with an immersive audio-visual environment. Since its reconceptualization and reopening in late December, Temple Nightclub has been designated the top grossing nightclub in San Francisco, #24 on Nightclub & Bar’s annual list of top clubs in the nation, and the only club in the Bay Area to be included on the list. The 20,000-square-foot nightclub encompasses four rooms, each with its own distinctive design and intelligent LED lighting. For table reservations and VIP experiences, guests may call 451.312.3099 or visit General information and updates are available by calling 451.312.3099, on Facebook at and on Instagram at

PHOTO CREDIT: Kim White/WireImage

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