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Prepare for the Weekend New York!
Your weekend guide for August 16-18


Life in Color: The World's Largest Paint Party

Formerly known as Dayglow, Life in Color began in 2006 on Florida college campuses and has quickly grown to a national level, intoxicating audiences with a mind-blowing mix of music, dance, art, and of course, paint. Friday's lineup includes Nicky Romero headlining the show, Borgore, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, and David Solano and Kryoman. 

Izod Center 50 New Jersey 120 NJ, NY

 

Upstairs at the Kimberly Hotel

 This Friday, August 16th, in honor of National Rum Day,  Upstairs at the Kimberly Hotel will be extending  a discount on their specialty Rum Service cocktail from 5-6pm only. For just $12, patrons can sip on a rum based cocktail with hints of pear, lime, and honey. After the special "cocktail hour" guests are welcome to enjoy gourmet dishes such as truffled mac, kobe burgers, and spiced duck cigars while listening to the party sounds of thier DJ and looking out to the breathtaking view. 

 145 East 50th Street New York, NY 10022

 

Slam

 Catch the Scottish techno team, Slam, at Marquee this Friday, Aug. 16. Tickets are just $20 for the ladies at presale and $30 for gents. Dresscode is swank casual, otherwise known as trendable club wear, and the event is 21+. Ticket holders must get there before 12:30am.  

289 10th Avenue New York, NY 10001

 

 




Lil Jon at Webster Hall

Head over to Webster Hall this Saturday, August 17, for a can't miss edition of thier 'brite nites.' Always featuring the best DJs on the EDM scene, this party also wow's its audience with aerial dancers, CO2 cannons, fire twirlers, and so much more. And this Saturday, Lil Jon takes the stage, as does the electronic group Candyland. Doors open at 10pm, 19 to enter, 21 to drink. Purchase tickets here.

125 E. 11th St. New York, NY 10003 

 

 

 

 

 

 

J. Cole, King Britt, Bangladesh, Darq E Freaker

Saturday, August 17, MoMA PS1 will be home to J. Cole, King Britt, Bangladesh, and Darq E Freaker. Doors open at 12 noon and the event comes to life from 3-9 pm. While J. Cole remains one of the biggest rappers, King Britt is a good mix of jazz, soul, and funk. Bangladesh has mastered Dirty South classics and Darq E Freaker carries a British influence. 

22-25 Jackson Ave Long Island City, NY 11101



Mister Sundays

Keep the party going this Sunday, August 18 as Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter will be spinning a collection of underground house, disco, and techno sounds for another Sunday Fun day of music, dancing, and day drinking fun. The event begins at 3 pm with a cover charge of $15 ($10 if you email mister@mistersaturdaynight.com or get there before 5 pm). Ditch the hangover and keep the party going at Gowanus Grove

400 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, NY