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So this is it.
The biggest, most bad ass, most memorable party's in all of New York City are going to happening on December 31st. Below you will find info for NYE Events and Party's . Feel free to post your own event / party's. I am posting all the NYE events from my group here. Enjoy!
Link or my group: http://www.couchsurfing.org/group.html?gid=9942
So this is it.
The biggest, most bad ass, most memorable party's in all of New York City are going to happening on December 31st. Below you will find info for NYE Events and Party's . Feel free to post your own event / party's.
Happy New Year's and thanks for joining my group.
Winkel & Balktick Present...
TRANSMUTATION: New Year's Eve 2010
A Warehouse Alchemy Magnum Opus
Thursday, December 31st, 2009, 9pm-8am
At a grand and vast warehouse in Sunset Park
RSVP or buy tickets at http://wandbnyc.com/tickets.html
Facebook event http://tinyurl.com/nye2010fb
$20 early bird tickets on sale until Dec. 25
Free PBR from 9pm-10pm
21+ w/ ID
(I am helping out with this party so it would be nice to see some Surfer's!)
Alladin Group presents A New Year's Eve Extravaganza 12/31/09 NYC
Doors: open 10pm-8am
18 Commerce Street
ADMISSION: $50 in advance
Tickets on sale @ http://www.alladinproject.net
18 to enter, 21 to drink MUST HAVE VALID PHOTO ID
Public Assembly has three rooms of music, drinks, and dance.
Look under the date December 31st and check out what's going on.
There is a story to this city.
It's one of fire and granite - of lust and possibility.
There is a story to this city that rises from grit and
falls from glamor. There is a story to this city and
this New Years Eve you are invited to celebrate it with
us in a fashion so dense, beautiful and astounding that
your grandchildren will know what you did at the end of
You are invited to:
New Lost City : New Years Eve
This party comes in four sections spread across
two buildings hidden in the heart of Brooklyn.
A City of Grit:
Dark + Sultry + Dramatic. Three warm floors of a former factory have been
converted into a party paradise with hidden tea lounges, reckless rides,
live art, cheap liquor and dark dance-floors. The music here is a
throw-back to the classic loft-parties where live afro-beat mixes with
stellar hip-hop and dj's meet in the middle to keep the people moving.
A City of Glamor:
Gorgeous + Lush + Provocative. Intelligent techno to breaks to deep dark
house join in this seven thousand square foot loft lined with dripping
video projections and female chandeliers (yes, there will be fire). The
outdoor terrace will be heated with a wood burning stove and constant
A City of Ice:
Hidden + Festive + Insolent. One hundred fifty cubic feet of false snow,
Santas and seditious elves mix with The Modern Dance Awareness Society to
create a winter wonderland that is equal parts absurd and beautiful.
Expect spiked cider.
A City of Fire:
Captivating + Indulgent + Dangerous. This is where beauty meets vice.
Stripper poles, piano lounges, aerial acts, casino games and brass bands
blend into a tribute to the forgotten underbelly of New York City that has
existed long before any of us know, and will continue beyond when any of
us will be remembered.
The Most Important Midnight:
Two Thousand Ten will begin with: champagne bottles, fire acts, brass band
explosions, dance-floor countdowns, kisses from strangers and, for the
chosen few, a three course meal at the center of it all. This is the
start of the best year of your life.
You adventure begins at:
195 Morgan Ave.
East Williamsburg / Bushwick Brooklyn
Take the L train to Morgan Ave. and walk four blocks north.
9pm through 7am and beyond...
$29 at the door. Strictly 21+
Feather masks will be rewarded with champagne and gifts.
The growing list of performers include:
Baja + Dry Eye Crew
If you haven't heard this exploding hip-hop sensation, now is your moment.
After packing the national stadium for performances in their home country
of Sierra Leone, African superstars Bajah + the Dry Eye Crew are poised to
conquer the global airwaves with their unique sound, which blends the
swagger and funk of hip-hop, the passion and energy of dancehall, and the
socially conscious vibe of reggae. The group has generated so much buzz in
the hip-hop world that major stars including ?uestlove, the Roots, Talib
Kweli, K'Naan, Res, and El-P have contributed their vocal and/or
production talents to their upcoming release.
The Hungry March Band
Roaring out of Brooklyn comes the Hungry March Band, NYC's legendary
street brass march band in the anarchic style that has become their
trademark . Release your inner dancer and break out the fancy threads
because this is the party - a blazing parade of flesh, blood, steel, brass
and wood. This is the music of the people.
Stumblebum Brass Band
An incendiary force on the New York City music scene. Even though the band
has deep respect and admiration for the art of both Louis Armstrong and
Nirvana; the Stumblebums reject nostalgia in favor of riotous spontaneity.
Raya Brass Band
The newest fiery Balkan band to come out of the village of Brooklyn. This
mighty quintet of tuba, bass drum, accordion, trumpet and clarinet
exuberantly delivers the swirling, dynamic music of northern Greece, the
southern Balkans and the Romany people. In true village style, Raya Brass
Band gives audiences a direct and unmediated earful of sonic energy from
the middle of the dance floor.
The Lady Circus
The next generation of circus has taken hold in this troupe of femmes
fatales, who are taking circus arts to new heights. Born in the Brooklyn
underground, Lady Circus have burst out of the gritty, grimy, glossy
cocoon that birthed them to display a devastating combination of skill and
spectacle for the new millennium. They infuse every performance with
feral exuberance and stylish extravagance. For this night Lady circus is
joined by the Fuct troop, Mikey Freedom Heart, Mickey Western and many
Hungry For More
Ushering in the new decade with an appetite for the unexpected. Twelve
guests will be invited to a feast during the New Year's Danger party.
Laurendarling is cooking up four courses of food, entertainment, intimacy,
and surprise to bring you into 2010. Seating will be strictly limited, by
invite only. By being a guest at dinner, the role as performer and
audience will be blurred, as we are all performers in our own moments of
Straight off his nationwide tour for his new LP, Magic Monday, Michna is
back in New York to tear up the city with his extraordinary interpretation
of techno. Michna is signed with Ghostly International and currently
resides in Brooklyn, playing both the NYC venues and across the country.
He caught Diplo's attention earlier in his career with his ability to fuse
hip-hop and electro, and he hasn't stopped catching the attention of the
music world since.
Fred P. aka The Black Jazz Consortium
DJ, Artist, and Remixer extraordinaire Fred P is the mind behind Black
Jazz Consortium and the owner of Soul People Music. Recording for a wide
range of labels, most notably DJ Jus-Ed's Underground Quality, Fred P has
gained a following of true deep house lovers all over the world. Staying
true to his sound and vibe makes him a unique contributor to this genre.
The Brooklyn based master of jazz-fueled, afro-beat to hip-hop mixology.
Dunndee loves the dance floor and the dance floor loves him back. For the
past several years this DJ has risen as one of the all-time crowd
favorites and on New Years Eve he will remind you why.
Many of us have woken up to find out that we've become high-tech hobos:
where the original hobos physically dropped out of society and rode the
rail system, we've mentally dropped out, traded train tracks for dance
tracks, and given up on the plans and patrons that were supposed to
provide us security. John Margulies's hobotech music is depression era
techno - contemporary music that nods to a forgotten America, celebrating
half-smoked cigars and conversations over the fire barrel.
Resident dj Zemi 17 brings in the sunrise and beyond with a sound
described as "space house" meets "intelligent techno". His music is
influenced by many tours around the world, including several years
studying language and music in Indonesia.
The Vintage DJ
The Vintage DJ brings tracks from farther back than you can remember and
the dance floor erupts in-kind. To hear the Vintage perform is to become
an instant fan.
Pure Gypsy Funk Madness.
Plus fire and ice, art and laughter, love and nudity, prophetic visions
and brief moments of the sublime. We've put everything and then some into
this event. There is too much to list in one e-mail and to be honest, we
want to keep the surprise. These nights will not last forever so
celebrate while you can.
Two thousand ten will be the best year of your life.
Celebrate the New Year Douglass Street style as we welcome Deejays Master Don and Diggs Dynamite, AKA the Spin Doctors (not those Spin Doctors) and their long running party "The Difference" to the Douglass Street Loft.
Diggs and Don will be on rotation with the Loft staple Agent Trevor. It is NEW YEAR'S EVE 2010 and we take it seriously so be prepared to hear the best in hip-hop, house, afro-beat, rock, break beats, and R&B from the 70's, 80's, 90's and 2000's. Nothing but retro and future classics all night.
The bar will be free and well stocked with the New Years Eve punch, along with regular liquor and nice beer and wine.
If you want to find out what these Spin Doctors do, follow this link...
Admission is $30 (we're not cashing in, just staff cost more on New Years). And as always, RSVPing will knock $5 off entry.
RSVP to email@example.com
Doors open from 9 pm.
Admission after 4am is only $10 (you might wanna BYO by that point)
See you there
The Douglass Street Loft,
300 Douglass Street bet 3rd & 4th Ave,
2, 3, 4, 5 B, D, N, Q to Atlantic Ave / Pacific St
M, R to Union St
Start Time: Thursday, December 31, 2009 at 9:00pm
Location: Whiksey Tavern
Street: 79 Baxter
City/Town: New York, NY
Start Time: Thursday, December 31, 2009 at 9:00pm
Location: Motor City, Home Sweet Home, and Cake Shop
Street: 127 Ludlow, 131 Chrystie, 154 Ludlow
New York Night Train's 3rd annual Lower East Side New Years consists of three interlocking events within a few blocks of each other (Cake Shop, Home Sweet Home, and Motor City) starting at 9pm New Years Eve and moving on until NOON New Years Day! Motor City and Home Sweet Home have 24 hour licenses so its totally kosher to pretend you're in New Orleans and bounce around all night.
Gemini & Scorpio
The Bootleggers' Ball
NYE, Thur 12/31, 8pm-6am, 21+ with ID (25+ suggested)
$30 advance / $40 door / $50 VIP w/reserved tables & wait service / $20 after 2am
Check in at Green & Green Insurance Co, 450 Union at Bond, Carroll Gardens, BK
Details, tix & password RSVP: http://www.geminiandscorpio.com/events.html
The contraband has been ordered, authorities paid off, and performers lined up for a New Year's Eve speakeasy ball in an enormous and aged warehouse with soaring peaked ceilings, peeling whitewashed brick walls, old wood beams and glowing chandeliers. Expect the intimacy of a daring cabaret mixed with the intrigue of a vintage costumed ball, expansiveness of a warehouse dance party, excitement of live brass, a splash of fine cocktails, and just a dash of illicit adventure and unpredictable moments. FREE Original Sin Cider 8pm-9pm. Drinks by House of St Eve, handcrafted beer, and other delectable potions.
Fiery old-timey jazz - The Mad Jazz Hatters
Stealth brass antics - Stumblebum Brass Band
All-girl all-accordion orchestra - Main Squeeze Orchestra
Blazing burlesque - Mme Rosebud & Jenny C'est Quoi
Eastern-tribal dance fusion - Alchemy Dance Theater
Awesome aerial stunts - Nikki Borodi
Vintage sweet sweet jazz - DJ Jason Blackkat
Re-bopin' jazz swingin' beats - DJ Dhundee
Hobo-tech: depression era techno - Jon Margulies
Silver film magic - Tsirkus Fotografika
Fabulous face painting - Painteresse Elysabeth
Tarot & 2010 numerology divination - Marcy Currier
Midnight moment of mayhem - Dan Glass
Hosted by burlesque's charming reprobate Bastard Keith
Plus more live entertainment and surprises, including a live auction of prohibition memorabilia and games of chance in our Den of Sin. Bring fun items to bet, or be prepared to lose your clothes!
Dress code: depression glamour, evening ball on the Titanic, hobo formal, desperation derring-do. Effort required. Own cups optional, but welcome.