The Next Party

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It’s Labor Day weekend, so best be prepared to WORK on that dancefloor. Eamon and Justin are playing together for the first time since early August, and you know it’s gonna be good.

Our holiday weekend parties are almost always busy, and this year we’ve filled to capacity on quite a few regular weekends, so if you want to come, getting a ticket is more than just a good idea.

If you’re headed out of town this weekend, have a great time, and we’ll see you when you’re back. We’ll be Mistering outdoors until October 18th this year, so plenty of time to get down with us in the Indian summer…

All the best,
Mister Saturday Night

Justin Goes Solo

Justin goes solo this Sunday. Tickets are here. They’re always a good idea.

Duane Harriott Joins JC This Week

This Sunday, while Eamon is back home, Justin Carter is joined by Duane Harriott, one of our favorite New York DJs. Duane’s one half of Devin Dare, one half of Bim Marx, 100% of Desiree West and 100% amazing. (He’s responsible for this Mister Sunday dancefloor staple.) He’ll be playing an OG vinyl copy of Pure Phase by Spiritualized to start the day. Then he’ll be blowing through all kinds of genres. Hearing him and Justin play together is a rare and wonderful treat. Get down early, and stay late.

Los Angeles and The Home Front

digEamon and Justin are off to the west coast on Friday night to play their first ever gig together in Los Angeles. It’s a secret loft party called Digging Deeper. (We’ve heard good things!) If you’re in La La Land, or if you know someone there, this is where you can find the info.

After LA, Eamon jumps back to NYC to play Mister Sunday solo. We filled to capacity last weekend, and we’re actually letting in fewer people this Sunday, so as to preserve a little space on the dancefloor (apologies for the tightness on the floor last weekend – we’ll try not to let that happen again), so getting a ticket for that one is a good idea.

See you this weekend, we hope!

The Mister Rules

10This is Mister Saturday Night. Welcome. These are the rules of the house.

1. First and foremost, enjoy yourself.

2. At the door, keep in mind that the cover is really the cover. Everyone likes a deal, but throwing parties has its costs, and we need your help to make it happen. If you’re supposed to be on the guestlist or will call but you’re not, don’t give our door staff a hard time. They’ve heard a lot of stories, and though yours might be true, the only thing they has to go on is what’s in front of them. If there’s ever an issue, just pay to get in, and email us after the fact, and we can sort it out.

3. Please don’t bring your own drinks into the party. Drinks at the bar are cheap anyway.

4. Be nice to everyone. Obviously. Tip well. Say excuse me if you bump into someone.

5. If someone’s making you feel uncomfortable in any way, please let someone who’s working know. We will try our best to nip it in the bud.

6. Please don’t use cameras and phones on the dancefloor, and leave bulky handbags at home or, when it’s cold outside and we have it, in coat check. We ask that you not use cameras and phones because we want the dancefloor to be a place where everyone can be in the moment. If you’re tweeting, texting or taking a picture of your friends, you’re not only out of the moment, you also might be making it hard for someone else to be in the moment.

7. If you’re on the dancefloor, dance! There are typically plenty of places at our parties where you can stand and socialize off the dancefloor.

8. Please smoke outside. (And when we’re outdoors, please smoke off of the dancefloor.)

9. Our DJ booth sits right next to the dancefloor. If you lean on it, run into it, or bump it, records will start skipping. Please be careful of it.

10. When DJs are in the booth, it may not always look like it, but they’re working. Even if they’re not actively mixing, they’re surveying the dancefloor, thinking about what to play next, and trying to make sure that the music stays just right. It’s okay to ask them what song they’re playing, but beyond that, please save conversations for when they’re out of the booth.

11. The DJs at the Mister have a particular musical vision. Please don’t make requests.

12. Finally, we realize that, as you’re cool enough to take the time to read through our list of rules, you’re likely on the same page as us already. We’re an open door kind of party, though, and sometimes there are new people who aren’t bad folks but don’t yet understand what the Mister is all about. If you feel like someone doesn’t know the scoop, it’s okay to tell them – in a nice way, of course. This party is yours, and if you can help bring newcomers into the fold of what we’re doing, it’ll make things even better than they already are. If you’re not comfortable talking to someone directly, that’s cool, too. Just tell a security guard, or really any staff member, and they can steer people in the right direction.

Thanks for reading. We’re glad you’re with us. We hope you enjoy yourself.

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    Sunday, September 6th // Mister Sunday with Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin // at Industry City // all ages // tickets and more info

    Sunday, September 13th // Mister Sunday with Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin // at Industry City // all ages // tickets and more info

    Saturday, September 19th // Eamon Harkin at Le Bleury Bar à Vinyle, Montreal, Canada

    Sunday, September 20th // Mister Sunday with Justin Carter and very special guest JD Twitch // at Industry City // all ages // tickets and more info

    Sunday, September 27th // Mister Sunday with Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin // at Industry City // all ages // tickets and more info

    Saturday, October 3rd // Mister Saturday Night with Justin Carter, Eamon Harkin and very special guest Gunnar Haslam // at Silent Barn // 10p - 4a // all ages // tickets and more info

    Sunday, October 4th // Mister Sunday with Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin // at Industry City // all ages // tickets and more info

    Sunday, October 11th // Mister Sunday with Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin // at Industry City // all ages // tickets and more info

    Sunday, October 18th // Mister Sunday with Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin // at Industry City // all ages // tickets and more info