Leprechaun Productions will be hosting the Bose F1 Dance Party on Saturday, December 5, 2015 at the Federal Taphouse in Lancaster, PA. Attendees will be able to hear and enjoy the Bose F1 Loudspeakers in a variety of applications with live music and club music on this night. A cocktail hour will be from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. with Julie Wanner on acoustic guitar and Reginald Addison on piano. The dance party will begin at 9:00 p.m. with DJ duo, Cafe con Leche, Greg Fitzpatrick aka DJ Leprechaun, and DJ Leo Diaz.
Bose continues to innovate sound and sound reinforcement with the introduction of the F1 Model 812 flexible array loudspeaker and sub woofer, as it is the first powered portable loudspeaker that allows for control of its vertical sound coverage pattern—adaptable sound for any room. These speakers are designed for live music performances, solo musicians, mobile DJs, places of worship, schools, universities, resorts, and hospitality venues. The Bose F1 loudspeaker can be purchased at Guitar Center stores nationwide.
About Bose Corporation
Bose Corporation was founded in 1964 by Dr. Amar G. Bose, then a professor of electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Today, the company is driven by its founding principles, investing in long-term research with one fundamental goal: to develop new technologies with real customer benefits. Bose® innovations have spanned decades and industries, creating and transforming categories in audio and beyond. Bose products for the home, in the car, on the go, and in public spaces have become iconic, changing the way people listen to music. Bose Corporation is privately held. The company’s spirit of invention, passion for excellence, and commitment to extraordinary experiences can be found around the world—everywhere Bose does business.
About Federal Taphouse
Federal Taphouse has locations in Lancaster and Harrisburg, PA. Each restaurant boasts a draft beer list 100 varieties deep. The restaurants are known for a made-from-scratch menu, including wood-fired pizzas and coal-fired meats.