Memorial Day Weekend is on the horizon. That means parties, parties and more parties. Thankfully, Brooklyn is offering some consolation prizes for those of us who can’t pack up and head out to multi-day blowouts like BangOn!NYC‘s inaugural Elements Music & Arts Festival in Lakewood, PA. (And for those of you who are going: SEE YOU THERE!)
But if you’re planning on just kicking it in the hood, don’t fret. Sticking close to home is looking good as gravy too. Get your holiday fix with the borough’s best club events featuring:
Adam Beyer @ Output (Thursday, May 25th) – Drumcode label head Adam Beyer is bringing his slamming techno sounds to Output this Thursday with support from Resolute’s Maksim. Ace Avalrez and Audiomatiques will be holding down the Panther Room. Just call it a four-day weekend already. Get tickets HERE.
TRIBUTENIGHT.NET Presents Slow Jam: R&B Dance Party @ Brooklyn Bowl (Friday, May 26th) – Feeling crazy, sexy, cool? Revisit a repertoire of R&B favorites at Brooklyn Bowl this Friday which is sure to provoke uninvited boners unmatched since your middle school dance days. Security will probably let you sneak a math book in with you. Get tickets HERE.
Flatland by NITEMIND: A Sound + Light Immersion @ Knockdown Center (Saturday, May 27th) – NITEMIND’s technical artists are combining live performances and 3-D visuals for an immersive experience at the art-powered Knockdown Center this Saturday. Get drenched in color and wade through sets from Teengirl Fantasy, Lafawndah, ADR and Yaeji, all propelled from a 4-point sound system. Get tickets HERE.
DISCOTECHNIQUE: The White Party @ House of Yes (Saturday, May 27th) – Celebrate the blinding light of disco at House of Yes this Saturday when Kraak & Smaak, Blu Detiger, Jozef and David Kiss spin the classics. The dress code is clean and white, so we recommend a strict champagne diet at this sparkling 70s shindig. Get tickets HERE.
Chris Liebing and Mind Against @ Schimanski NYC (Sunday, May 28th) – Thank God Monday is a holiday, because two of techno’s biggest names will be setting Schimanski’s dance floor on fire this Sunday night. Liebing’s relentless beats always resonate with the Brooklyn crowd, so prepare yourself for this all-nighter with a fully-stocked arsenal of coconut water and bacon, because the inevitable Monday morning struggle is already real. Get tickets HERE.