let’s go wait out in the fields with the ones we love.
and listen to the national and drink wine until we’re warm enough to carelessly fall asleep together… while one of us keeps watch at all times so we don’t get devoured by the ferocious pack of mccarren park bums. it’s autumn and this is how we will do it.
along with all of the other amazing things i’ve found for you to do.
Funk Night at the Warsaw, Greenpoint.
Bebel Gilberto performs at National Sawdust, Williamsburg.
The Hall at MP Taverna, Williamsburg.
yeah I know. this place looks a bit like a holiday inn dining area from the outside. but, the “hall” and backyard have been bringing Williamsburg a constant flow of pretty dope events since its inception. saturday is no different- celebrate Oktoberfest with sausages and pretzels and booze and songs. oh and by the way p, the MP stands for Michael Psilakis so haters can try and hate, you know this food is going to be good as fuck(ing). party goes from 6pm on into the night. tickets, $15-35 all info here. 470 driggs ave.
Sigur Ros at Kings Theater, Prospect Park.
Oktoberfest Under the Bridge, Dumbo.
First Friday Nachos at The Diamond, Greenpoint.
Discotechnique // Birthday Edition, House of Yes, Bushwick.
Kaye, Twin Wave, and Albis at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar, Greenpoint.
Glitter in your Bacon Brunch Party at House of Yes, Bushwick.
Starfish and Coffee at No.7 North, Greenpoint.
Aerosol Art Workshop in Prospect Park.
Mario Kart Tourney at The Diamond, Greenpoint.
Life, After Screening at in Dumbo. Brooklyn.
HUMP! Dan Savage’s Amateur Quick and Dirty Film Fest, Greenpoint.
Weekly Figure Drawing at Muchmore’s, Williamsburg.
Discwoman 2 Year Anniversary at Sugar Hill Restaurant + Supper Club, Bed Stuy.
Father John Misty performs at Gramercy Theater, Gramercy, Manhattan.
there are few thing more captivating than watching this man perform. he’s equal parts musician, performer, and complete fucking mad man. his performances are captivating and his band could stand alone and deliver a killer show. this is hands down the best reason to cross the river this weekend. he speaks with matthew trammell at gramercy theater as part of the new yorker festival, then plays some tunes/ tickets, $45, found here. and also check out these other things i said about him, plus a video!
Pickle Festival, North Brooklyn Farm, Williamsburg.
Second Sundays at Pioneer Works, Red Hook.
Sunday No-Waste Dinner at 21 Greenpoint. which is in Greenpoint.