Art After Dark at the Guggenheim Museum is inviting you to come out to its landmark building this Friday night for a special, after-hours private viewing of exhibitions currently on display. If you've seen Night at the Museum, you know that all the best things happen when the sun goes down, so don't miss a chance to see exhibitions like Carrie Mae Weems' Three Decades Of Photography and Video come to life at night. The entire night will be set to a playlist specially selected by Carrie Mae Weems herself, and writer/recording artist, Carl Hancock Rux.
If you've got a weakness for Chelsea Lately, Joonbug.com has amazing news for you: Chelsea Handler is coming to Boston! This sassy comedian is passing through the city in a live tour while promoting her new book Uganda Be Kidding Me, dropping March 3rd. This book, part satirical travel guide, part collection of absurd travel stories, is Handler's fifth and makes for an awesome excuse to see the hilarious late night host! Tickets for the event start at $55.
The show takes place at the Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre, a glamorous, not-for-profit institution boasting a myriad of performances, from operas and musicals to concerts and Chelsea Handler's ballin' live tour!
The Brooklyn Night Bazaar is the place where art, fashion, food, and music converge every weekend in New York City. This Friday night, courtesy of Noisey/VICE, the Bazaar's concert space will be headlined by DaM-FunK, an authentic modern-day "funksta," with support from Maya Vik, Gordon Voidwell, and DJ Thanksgiving Brown.
This, Saturday, March 8, the gypsies are coming to Soho to play. Gypsy House is open the delightfully dark night promises to be one of mysterious, exciting adventures. With absinthe behind the bar and Balkan electronica on the stereo, this is going to be a truly unique party.
Bulgarian DJ Joro-Boro has performed with Bassnectar and Eugene Hutz (of Gogol Bordello fame), and he delivers a modern take on world music. There may also be burlesque dancers and guest DJs making an appearance.
It has been over a decade since Mr. Christopher "NOTORIOUS BIG" Wallace has been gone - but his legacy lives on and on. DJ Short Kutz and Big Ben will be spinning old school Hip Hop from the late 80's and 90's and Biggie Classics. But wait - there's more ! Jamal "Gravy" Woodlard from the NOTORIOUS Movie will be performing some of the late rappers tracks - and the Dyanmic Rockers will be bboying around Brunch.