Hudson Terrace, 621 West 46th Street, New York, NY 10036
Head to Pacha to celebrate Halloween a little bit early with Laidback Luke & Friends! Dance all night to music from Laidback Luke, Deniz Koyu, Gladiator, Moska, and Tom Swoon. Doors open at 9pm. 18+.
618 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036
Formed in Selkirk, Scotland in 2003, Frightened Rabbit is an indie folk rock band led by front man, lead singer and guitarist Scott Hutchinson. Since the release of its debut Sing the Greys, the band has released three additional studio albums and charted in the Billboard Top 100. Doors 6:30PM, Show 7:30PM. $25 Advance, $27 Door.
On June 12th, the International Rett Syndrome Foundation (IRSF) will be hosting their Reach for the Stars event in order to help fund research for treatments for girls with the developmental brain disorder known as Rett Syndrome.
Many influential people are expected to gather at this annual event between 6pm and 9pm at Hudson Terrace. DJ Hesta Prynn, a world renowned female DJ, will be donating her time to provide music and bring a little “girl power” in conjunction with this female only disorder. The event will begin with a cocktail reception and will also feature special musical performances provided by Randy Levine, Phil Blumberg, and Marc Applebaum. Dr. Alexandra Djukic, awarded by IRSF for her work at the State Rett Syndrome Center in the Bronx, will be giving a reading in addition to a live and silent auction. Liquor for this event will be provided by Grey Goose, Alacran Tequila, and Forever Young Wines. Other sponsors include cupcakes from Baked By Melissa and party favors by Popcorn Indiana among others. The honorees for this year’s benefit are Deborah and Noah Katz, Laura and Daniel Katz, Jillian, Abigail, and Victoria.
S.L.E. Lupus Foundation's Young Leadership Committee will be hosting their Ninth Annual “Night for the Fight” party as a way for young professionals to help fight Lupus disease.
This summer kickoff party, which will take place on Tuesday, June 4th between 7pm and 10pm, is a place where you can be among one of the 250 influential young people planned to attend this event at Hudson Terrace and help a cause by having fun. Included in this night of festivities will be a three hour sponsored open bar, music, luxury raffle prizes, and hors d’oeuvres. a DJ set will also be provided by One Love.
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Yay it's New York Internet Week! That means lots of tech, media, general nerdy stuff (not limited to Star Wars, memes, Game of Thrones references etc.), and plenty of parties! For our Internet Week only party guide go here. For other happenings this week, read on!
Internet Week New York Opening Party
When: Monday 14th. 7pm-10pm
What do you get when you cross Bruno Mars with Cabaret style? The answer lies in the music video and single release party that occurred this past Tuesday night, July 31st, at Manhattan lively nightlife spot Hudson Terrace. Singer Jullian James debuted his first single "My Sweet Radio" along with the accompanying music video.
Over 100 guests were on hand to view the video premiere, along with a special live performance by James and his band. Notable guests included Miss NY Amber Collins, Music Manager Bernadette Brennan, and Sean Gill of The Passengerz. The video and song simultaneously hit YouTube, iTunes, and Amazon. His album entitled "From My Integrated Soul", debuts later this year.
Not everyone has $3k to drop on Superbowl tickets this year. So, where will you be going for the biggest sports day in America? If you still haven't made plans, have no fear, we've sifted through all the riff-raff and selected the best Super Bowl parties in NYC. Party on!
Bounce is a perfect upscale option for those looking for more than a grubby sports bar. Located in the Flat Iron district, this is no regular sports bar. With massive flat-screen TVs, an extensive beer and wine selection, classy furnishings, and an upscale crowd, this is a top pick for Super Bowl Sunday.
12th Annual Winter’s Eve at Lincoln Square
After taking advantage of all the Cyber Monday deals, why not head uptown for some festive family fun, at this year’s Winter’s Eve, hosted by the Lincoln Square Business Improvement District. After the 5:30 tree-lighting ceremony (Broadway and 63rd), you can mosey over to Lincoln Square to partake in the kid-friendly activities, food tastings, and live entertainment. And what more could you ask of this mini-holiday festival? Free admission, of course. And with the money you save attending, you can spend on the awesome boutiques dispersed throughout Lincoln Square.
We have a sneaking suspicion that you know exactly what it feels like to be jonesing to go out (the doctor prescribed a cocktail), during the week. Which is exactly why we’re launching your new guide to NYC’s best weekly bashes. Just don't blame your morning tardiness on us! Have at it:
Beat that Monday droll by heading over to Brooklyn for this one of a kind dance party. DJ Chris Video is hosting Music Video Night at Trophy Bar this Monday, September 19th. He’ll be playing your favorite music videos from classics to techno, 80s to today. Make sure to check it out between their late night happy hours12:00am-2:00am.
WHEN: 8/2 7:30-10:30 PM
WHERE: Hudson Terrace
Hudson Terrace has been one of our fave club spots for a while now and we love that they're promoting fun for a cause! On August 2nd, join over 300 of your fellow New Yorkers for an amazing summer evening full of music, dining, cocktails, dancing and a silent auction.Proceeds will benefit Special Olympics New York, a program that empowers disabled children and adults through Olympic-style athletic trainings and competitions.
Special Olympics New York reaches 30,000 athletes in New York City alone. They also train hundreds of coaches and work with over 25,000 volunteers. Athletes and their families are not charged for participation in any of the events, making your donation or support that much more important!