Friday, November 22nd
Alvaro's "Welcome to the Jungle Tour" is hitting Chicago this weekend. This Dutch DJ has worked with names like Will.i.am, Far East Movement, Pitbull and Lil Jon and now he's rocking the house at the Palladium in the huge multi-venue Castle Chicago this Friday.
632 N Dearborn St, Chicago, IL 60654
306 N Halsted, Chicago, Illinois 60661
Saturday, November 23rd
Alesso is on the Uprising, at least that's what his tour is called. From collaborating with Calvin Harris to playing the main stage of Summerburst, he's doing big things. Now he's taking over the states with his Uprising Tour- next stop Chicago at the Aragon Ballroom.
1 Boylston Place, Boston, MA 02116Chris Lake Chris Lake and DJ Fergie will be spinning at Bijou Fridays. Tickets are 20$. Doors at 10pm. This is a 21+ event. Get tickets here. 51 Stuart Street, Boston MA 02116
TJR Check out TJR at The Estate this Friday. Tickets are $20, doors at 10pm. This event is 21+. Get your tickets here.
1 Boylston Place, Boston, MA 02116295 Franklin Street, Boston MA 02110
The Lower East Side is one of Manhattan’s number one places to eat, drink and party. The diversity of the people who live and play in LES have made it a great place for restaurants, bars and clubs to be creative and offer a wide variety of experiences for its guests. 2 years ago Sons of Essex opened on Essex St. and quickly became sort of a home base for the neighborhood where they could enjoy great food, unique cocktails and listen to dope music.
Even as SOE has become a hotspot for celebrities such as Drake, who shouted out Sons as one of his favorite restaurants, SOE has continued to make its loyal regulars and friends from the neighborhood their top priority. There was no greater example of this than during the tragic aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. With no power, Sons of Essex brought a few board games and some snacks over, opened the doors and served neighbors at the bar by candlelight. On the Friday after the storm, resident DJ’s Andrew & Andrew stopped by the venue with battery powered turntables and rocked out with tons of SOE friends and neighbors. It is this type of love for community and overall awesomeness that has allowed Sons of Essex to become one of NYC’s most successful restaurants 2 years straight.
Glory 12 New York will be taking over Madison Square Garden on Saturday November 23 with their lightweight championship tournament. $150,000 is at stake for this fight and features 4 of the best lightweight fighters in the world.
Ranking in at #1 is Robin Van Roosmalen from the Netherlands. So far he has only lost one Glory match and won 6. With a 66% KO ratio, all eyes will be on this Dutch lightweight come November 23.
Love Daft Punk's unique style and attitude? Love their music even more? Come on down to Le Poisson Rouge and experience Daft Punk Tribute, an Canadian born 8 Piece ensemble who alter, and reimagine some of todays greatest electronic hits and beats. The group uses horns, rhythms, vocals,combining those sounds with electronic beats for a completely unique and different experience.
The group first started in 2009 and have been, selling out shows across the nation!
Their act now comes to Le Poisson Rouge at 7:30pm tonight, November 15. Tickets can be purchased here for $15 or at the door for $20.
158 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012
On Thursday, Nov. 14, Gary Clark Jr. brought his addictive, melodic, Texas Soul sound to Harlem at the famous Apollo Theater. Performing at the historic Apollo Theater is a great achievement for any musician, and to celebrate, there was an amazing after-party thrown at the Red Rooster, a perfect venue for the soul man’s smooth, classic sound.
The biggest and baddest Friday night party in NYC is Girls and Boys. Each and every Fridaythe Grand Ballroom of Webster Hall is packed wall to wall with house and electronic music fans ready to party the night away. With some of the best acts in the industry today, Girls and Boys have certainly raised the bar in the NYC nightlife scene for electronic beats and sounds.
Webster Hall sports 4 enormous floors with a variety of sights and sounds on each.
In the Grand Ballroom, Kap Slap will be performing along with Mako, and resident DJ's Alex English and rekLES. Giovanni will be playing top 40 mash ups and hip-hop in the Marlin Room. TRASH! party will be hosted in the Studio with indie, post punk and pop varieties of music