Skip the bros, the tank tops, and the hordes of elite partiers dancing just so you can see them flex. Skip the overpriced drinks, the pretentious club’s hour long entrance line and the seventeen year old kandi kids who extoll the virtues of “PLUR” as they shove past you on their way to grinding on the nearest muscly figure in the front of the crowd. Many frustrated fans wait until festival season to escape to the remote locations of Electric Forest and Camp Bisco to avoid the ever-growing “EDM” phenomenon. However, a few have been fortunate enough to find the local equivalent of these festivals, converging on Allston’s Wonderbar each week for Boston’s Wobble Wednesdays.
Looking for a totally booze-tiful (we tried) way to spend your Thursday night? We have just the thing! NYC nightlife and events blog Subscene Style has joined party forces with the music blog AudioFemme to bring you weekly Transmission Thursday parties!
Between live performances by psychedelic electro-rock band Fascinator and deceivingly dark popstar Seasick Mama (not to mention a live DJ), the event features enough music for even the most insatiable live-show addict. But that’s not all: the whole night is being held at Hotel Chantelle, a notorious nightlife hotspot, and includes a free rum tasting courtesy of Owney’s NYC Rum, plus free “boozy” cupcakes brought to you by Prohibition Bakery (famous for, you guessed it: sweet treats with an alcoholic twist).And don’t forget the special late night cocktail happy hour after the rum tasting!
Celebrate all things Disney tomorrow evening as EMM Group’s #ArtofKaraoke presents a #LoveDisney edition of live band karaoke starting at 10pm and running till 2:30am. With over 115 songs to choose from, ranging from classic rock to Lady Gaga, there is a tune for everyone. Specials include $6 beers, $10 Marquis Vodka mixed cocktails, $60 punch bowls, and $150 bottles of Marquis vodkas with mixers.
What: #ArtOfKaraoke #LoveDisney Edition
When: Wednesday, March 26th, 10pm
Where: Jazz Room, 199 Bowery, New York,
No. 19 Music is celebrating its five year anniversary tonight, Friday March 21st with the launch of The No. 19 Social Experiment Residency at Output in Brooklyn. This Toronto music label is taking over one of the most infamous clubs in New York with DJs such as Art Department, Eric Volta, and Brooklyn’s own Cameo Culture. Eric Volta recently released his EP Blood Burgundy on the No. 19 label. In the Panther Room are Osunlade and the co-owner of No. 19, Nitin. With a lineup like this, this is an event you don’t want to miss. The No. 19 Social Experiment Residency is the start of something new and exciting for No. 19 Music. After this launch, there are only more special guests to help celebrate five years of this iconic label.
Saint Paddy’s Day is just around the corner. Are you ready to gear up for this epic weekend party in Boston? With our awesome bar crawl featuring the hottest bars to sip tasty brews, you will certainly be celebrating the Irish heritage in savvy style. The bars we have featured below are part of our standard bar crawls, so they will surely not disappoint.
Honor Saint Patty’s Day and the entire grand weekend the best way there is…throwing it down Beantown style!
Shiny and plush red seating, eloquent chandeliers and funky black patterned wallpaper line the interior of this venue. And the notorious spotlight of The Place? A fully stocked bar, offering the most delicious concoctions. Their menu displays a delectable selection of Starters and Sliders, including BBQ Chicken, Cheeseburger and Chicken Parm Sliders – perfect for munching on with friends and accompanying your drinks. Make sure to stop here to get the full throttle Saint Patty’s Day experience.
What do you usually look for when planning a night out? If reasonably priced food, drink specials, and pretty young people are your thing, Jack and Ginger's has just that.
Jack and Ginger's is located in a little Chicago neighborhood known as Bucktown. Never been to Bucktown? Well it’s a lot like Lincoln Park; the only difference is the residents are about 3 years older and there are a few more art galleries around. It’s where Lincoln Parkers go when they decide to retire from their highly competitive softball leagues.
Somerville welcomes all to celebrate the last weeks of winter with a ‘Fire & Ice’ style afternoon & evening. Somerville Arts Council surely knows how to leave an epic mark on the end of the season!
This weekend on Saturday, March 1st, in Union Square Plaza, the awesome festivities will begin at 3:00pm, lasting until 6:00pm. Gaze in awe at the talented A Different Spin fire spinners brightening up the plaza and savor the night with their glowing, lively performance. Take it down to a cooler notch with Brilliant Ice Sculptures’ Don Chapelle, getting an exclusive look at him in action carving his gorgeous masterpieces right before your eyes. This is a show you certainly do not want to miss. Family-friendly crafts and activities will include “ice bowling,” SVB’s sand art and Next Step Living Inc.’s “recycled lava lamp craft.”
Morse street in Rogers Park is one of Chicago's most underrated and under appreciated places to get loaded. There is a number of bars and restaurants all conveniently clustered around the Morse red line stop without all the woo girls and 28 year old softball fanatics you usually run into around Addison. Besides the reasonably priced low key watering holes and gyro restaurants, Morse street also has a fantastic venue that hosts not only some top notch musical acts, but also theater, and a mixed media gallery as well.
As if to match the cobble stone side streets around Morse street, the Mayne Stage has the appearance of one of America's early 20th century theaters. Everything from the massive sign out front with letters written with light bulbs, to the theater with its lounge tables and blue velvet curtains is reminiscent of a cabaret theater. It's a throw back to an age, an age which most people are from are most likely dead.
Hold on to your seats, New York. The Hot Mess Drag Revue is back and hotter than ever!
Don’t miss Drag royalty’s finest Lady Bunny, Bianca Del Rio and Milan kick off the event’s 2nd anniversary at 42West, an extra fiery spot in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan.
The event offers live performances and hands-on interaction with the dazzling drag queens who will be, as always, dressed to impress. If you like high-energy song and dance, comedy and sexy excitement then this is an event you won’t want to miss. The Hot Mess Drag Revues always guarantee some special surprises, and this one is no exception. These lovely and lively ladies will constantly have you wondering what they’ll do next!
Transmission, the weekly Rock n Roll party that takes place each Thursday at Hotel Chantelle was in full swing last night, as NYC band Grand Electric took the stage and gave the crowd a taste of pure, unaltered Rock n' Roll.
Transmission aims to keep Rock n' Roll alive with their weekly parties at the famed L.E.S. Hotel Chantelle. The mood is set with dim lighting and vintage grunge feel, the perfect setting to jam out in the L.E.S. If you're a true rock fan then this party is just what you've been looking for!