Lunch Beat Launches In NYC
Taking lunch just got a little more fun

Ever thought about ditching your desk at work to skip out for a mid-day dance party during lunch? Well, you now have that opportunity! Lunch Beat NYC, which started in Sweden in 2010, when founder Molly Ränge and 14 of her co-workers danced in a parking garage to a mixtape on their lunch break, is hitting Manhattan on Wednesday, April 24th from 12:30pm- 1:30pm at Slate club in Flatiron. Prepare to daytime disco as a DJ spins the beats while host venue Slate serves a healthy vegetarian lunch—all included in the $12 ticket price!
The first Lunch Beat in Manhattan is being organized by New York City residents Sarah Reynolds and Isha Toor. "All we want people to do is to forget about their work for one hour, decompress, and dance in a fun, healthy environment," said organizers Toor and Reynolds. The dynamic duo hopes to help spread the Lunch Beat movement throughout the neighborhoods of NYC and is excited to bring people from different walks of life and various backgrounds together through the common language of dance and fun! Anyone can start a Lunch Beat by following the startup guidelines of the global movement, found via their website here.

Check the details for the event below and plan to wear your dancing shoes on April 24th!

Tickets include a delicious spread of vegetarian food provided by the in-house chef at Slate. A bottle of water is included with each meal.

Lunch Beat NYC’s host venue, Slate, is an upscale sports lounge, nightclub, and event space. Located at 54 W 21st Street (btwn 5th and 6th Avenues) in the Flatiron District.

$12, Pre-Registration (Recommended); $15, At the Door, if capacity has not been met.

Tickets available online here and remember if it's your first time at Lunch Beat...you HAVE to dance!