Magnitude: Check Out These Pics From Folsom’s Hottest Party

Magnitude is back, back, back again!

After a five-year absence, Folsom Street and Brian Kent Productions are officially serving up the return of the filthiest dance event of the year for the leather and fetish community. Promising to be bigger and better than ever, the 40th annual edition of Magnitude, the official Saturday night dance event of the Folsom Street Fair, is set to be held this Saturday, September 23 from 10pm to 5am in San Francisco.

This year’s event will be taking place between Folsom Street Fair and the Castro at SVN West – 10 Van Ness Avenue. This former auto dealership is being transformed into a deviant playground filled with epic sound, amorous lighting, incredible production, and mesmerizing laser shows. The party features a spectacular of visuals as well as live performances by the most perverse adult entertainers in the business and sets from tech house/house DJs Morabito, Brady Prince, and Boomer Banks that will no doubt bring you to your knees.

In anticipation of the return of Magnitude, we’ve decided to show off loads of hot pics from the 2017 edition of this famed fetish party. Take a look below at some steamy pics (courtesy of Folsom Street, Brian Kent, and photographer Gooch) and if you’re in San Fransico this weekend for Folsom, be sure to grab a ticket to Magnitude. Limited tickets will be available at the door, so be sure to click over to ahead of time to grab the final tier of tickets for this must-attend event.

[Tickets to Magnitude 2023]


10 thoughts on “Magnitude: Check Out These Pics From Folsom’s Hottest Party”

    1. Seriously? Magnitude was open to all men into leather, muscles, and bad house music. Yeah, it’s a bit pricey but has a very diverse attendance. I like Twinks, Twunks, and parties with the real deal, so wouldn’t have gone if I wasn’t working. Stop looking for issues where there are none.

  1. If I hear that Boomer Banks is DJing somewhere, I’ll make sure I don’t go so I don’t waste time for nothing. The structure of the event seems good, even somewhat grandiose, but I found the use of ropes and these dog/pupil clothes ugly. If the event were just men dancing, it would be more beautiful, interesting and would certainly make more profit.

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