The @Pizza Party by Whalebone Magazine at Roberta’s in Bushwick.
all you can eat pizza and all you can drink beers sounds like the best way to spend a thursday night, or relaly any night. make that roberta’s pizza and montauk brew beers, and then make the event support one of the best publications ever as well as part of alll proceeds going to benefit Slice Out Hunger? you have a #revelwithacause overload and quite possibly the greatest pizza party, ever. there will be a hidden valley ranch tasting table. there will be a dance off. there will be prizes. there will be everything you ever wished for. there will be a limited amount of tickets available here for you and you will be there. you little reveler you. you so bad, you good. 7-11pm 261 moore st.
A Day of Tattoos for Planned Parenthood at Fleur Noire, Williamsburg.
the very best way to #revelwithacause while also being quite the fucking rebel. it’s a day of tattoos for planned parenthood at fleur noire tattoo parlor. tattoos inspired by healthcare, human rights, and intersectional feminism, or in other words, all things you will believe in for the rest of your life. reserve your resist tattoo now here. all proceeds go to NYC planned parenthood. noon-8pm. 439 metropolitan ave
Uh Oh! Stories from People who Pooped Their Pants at Legion Bar in Williamsburg.
ok so ill admit it… i’ve never been one to necessarily strive for a mature sense of humor. i like cheesy dad jokes, relentless and unnecessary puns whenever possible, and bathroom humor. because that shit is funny, all of it. especially the kind that comes in the form of testimonials in public places. listen, we’ve all been there. and sometimes it feels like sweet relief just to let it all out, on stage, instead of carrying that stinky shame around with you all the time. all other info here, 8-10pm. really hope you make it, because we all know what happens when you don’t make it… 790 metropolitan ave. it’s presented by the good inventors over at squatty potty. (or is it squarty party??! am-i-right??)
Dynamic Alpine Sexual at the Umbrella Factory, Bushwick.
when your favorite party group creates an immersive theater and club-going experience, you don’t question what the fuck it is… mostly because if you know rinsed at all. there won’t be any answers ever. just vague memories, a few bruises, and a feeling so good it can’t even be tinged with regret the next morning, no matter where or beside whom you awake. enter Dynamic Alpine Sexual, an event described “like if RINSED circa 2013 and Sleep No More had a love child. And he were a soulless 80s skiing legend.” it’s just two nights, so get your tickets immediately and hit the slopes baby. tickets and info here. it happens at the umbrella factory, 200 morgan ave. go to this… because you don’t want to be the person attending the immersive theater experience based off of rinsed’s 2017 immersive theater experience that based off of rinsed parties in 2013. now do you?
MOFAD by Night Happy Hour, Williamsburg.
Prospect Park 150th Anniversary Opening Party.
of all of the amazing ways to welcome springtime, this one has been 150 years in the making, and will last all year long. it’s prospect park’s 150th anniversary, and talk about something that truly gets better with age (not unlike a fine rioja and george clooney). celebrate all weekend with an opening day parade and fair, an exhibition 1860s ballgame, running and walking tours, and Smorgasburg of the South’s kickoff. or of course, celebrate opening day the way you spend every prospect park day… with a dingy blanket, some fresh friends, a bota full of wine and catchphrase. all details here, 9am-6pm at prospect park, now here’s a good prospect!™
Brooklyn Makers Market in Bushwick.
see what brooklyn makes, other than trouble, bad decisions, and illigetimate children with names that were first animated onomatopoeaia’s (“FLASH!”) or tree genomes (…). well, we also make really sick stuff. artesian goods, if you will (and… i know you will.) and some really dope shit. we are a collective of dreamers and creators all, so come check it out this saturday and sunday at the stunning and history weylin b. seymours space. noon-7pm both days. rsvp here and check out the great vendors this season! see you there, 175 broadway.
Zero Presents The Masquerade: A Fool’s Paradise, in a secret location (in bushwick).
let’s face it- these guys certainly don’t throw the cheapest parties but goddamn they are fucking rad. this is the answer if you want to go all out and hear some of the best dance music, all night, in the coolest spaces with some hip folks. get lost in it, this world. make it your own. find a mask and wear it well, so your true identity no one can tell. get yours here. masks required. tickets are around $70 now but you won’t be let down. . then await information and be transformed.
April Fools Fall in Love Burlesque at The Well, Bushwick.
jazz, burlesque, and a night made especially for fooling around. set yourself up for opportunity with the relentlessly sexy sincerely yours and the dear johns and their bedazzled cast of dancers. $15 gets you in the door and all the entertainment your heart desires. play the fool, it’s a spring fling baby. all info and tickets here, 272 meserole st.
Daft Brunch at Schimanski, Williamsburg.
in the spirit of celebrating lcd soundsystem’s 5-show series at our house in brooklyn in just one week (and the tickets we all secured on thursday) let’s all treat ourselves for a rowdy and unruly daft brunch at schimanski. french house and disco over frensh toast and crisco (hm?) can’t be wrong. except that last little rhyme i forced upon you. $40 gets you a bottomless brunch and oh-so-much french house. tickets and info here, noon-8pm (holy cow), 54 n 11th st.
Laboratory for Freedoms Presents Reverend Sekou and the Seal Breakers at MoMA Ps1, Long Island City.
for the president’s first 100 days, MoMA is hosting a Laboratory for Freedoms and as part of it this sunday will host activist, artist, musician documentary film maker and preacher reverend sekou along with the seal breakers, a Brooklyn-based twelve piece band with five horns and an organ. this will be a concert celebrating love, truth, and moral defiance inspired by protest music from African American church traditions. come and be enlightened. move and be moved. this is our defense. 3-6pm, tickets $15 available here with all other info. 22-25 jackson ave.