Labor Day Weekend Events for the Broke-Ass New Yorker!
Mrs. Skannatto + Shipwrecks Play Brooklyn Knitting Factory
Did you not win tickets to our giveaway? No worries. It’s only $10 ($12 at the door) to catch this amazing night of ska-rock at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory. The show begins at 8pm. Also, the Yonatan Gat Band will play the Free Fridays late show at 11:55pm.
Quiet Clubbing at Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden in Queens
What’s Quiet Clubbing? It’s a clubbing experience with no music, except the tunes blasting through everyone’s headphones! The Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden will be host to this latest silent event, with 3 DJ’s spinning Hip Hop/R&B, 80’s & 90’s Old School Hits, and Top 40 Crowd Favorites. Tickets are $5 ($10 at the door) and the party starts at 10pm.
The Brooklyn Bazaar Lexington Music & Arts Block Party
Music, art, food and skating! This is Brooklyn jamboree you don’t want to miss. There will be special guests, performances by some amazing bands and emcees. Any interest in displaying your art, please contact the curators at email@example.com.
Bushwick’s Vendors Market
If you’re still in Brooklyn this weekend then stop by the Bushwick Vendor’s Market. It’s the most diverse market, with a community-oriented setting which everyone can appreciate. This is a great place to support small businesses and the creative entrepreneurs in Buschwick. The market opens up at Bushwick’s Silent Barn from 11am-7pm. Also, there will be performances by the Educated Little Monsters Youth Group, Rebecca Sol, and more.
International Wackadoodle Love Awareness Day
Join love ambassador Matthew Silver at Union Square at 4pm for International Wackadoodle Love Awareness Day. It’s the perfect opportunity to be wacky in public. Come suited with your best pieces of undergarments and spread love! Then, join Matthew at Goodbye Blue Monday for a post-game celebration of love.
Hit the beach or your local rooftop with a six pack of beer and an ounce of goodness!
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