Dance, Disco, and Debbie Harry: Your Shakin Saturday
First off is their Dance Right vs The Disco at Puma Social Club. Don’t worry that’s not some weird cougar bar in the city that just opened, it’s a PUMA sponsored event space at the South Street Seaport. Don’t let the corporate ties fool you, they’ll be throwing down free events all week long. Although the seaport is usually crawling with tourists, wait til the fanny packs clear out and head down for free entry, open bar, foosball, ping pong, and DJ’s from 9:00pm til 1:00am. That’ll leave you nice and drunk with three more available boozing hours. Despite its tourist reputation, it’s hard to find a better view of the skyline than the waterside at night. Be sure to RSVP for free entry, otherwise I’m sure there’s a line to wait in with your name on it.
MeanRed presents: Dance Right vs The Disco
Puma Social Club @ South Street Seaport
210 Front St
Between Beekman St & Peck Slip St [Manhattan]
FREE with RSVP
Don’t want to leave the comfort of your own borough, get your dance on at the Brooklyn Museum’s Factory 2010 Party. As part of Target’s First Saturdays, everyone will be able to grab their own 15 minutes of fame with this Warhol-inspired soiree. In honor of the museum’s “Andy Warhol: Last Decade” exhibit, guests are invited to pose for portraits so work on your best Grace Jones pose. And there will be cameras set up to ask party-goers questions about themselves as part of a video series. Also no Factory party would be complete without the music of Warhol’s famous friends, so expect plenty of tunes from Bowie, Blondie, and the Velvets. Check out their full calender for all the Warhol themed events on Saturday.
Society HAE presents: The Factory 2010
Saturday, July 3, 9:00-11:00pm
200 Eastern Parkway @ Washington Ave [Prospect Heights]