Twitch Takes Over

us-0629-607917-351695-backEamon and Justin are off this Sunday, but we’ve got our good buddy JD Twitch taking the reins for the entire day. He’s one of the best DJs in the world, and he spent about thirteen years honing his Sunday evening chops at the long running Optimo party in Glasgow. Don’t sleep on this one. Tickets are here.

Brothers and Sisters

 Brothers and Sisters, the first full-length album on Mister Saturday Night Records is out. The album is a summary of the sound of Mister Saturday Night Records to date. It brings together all the artists who’ve released on the label – Alex Burkat, Anthony Naples, Archie Pelago, Boya, Dark Sky, General Ludd, Gunnar Haslam, Hank Jackson, Keita Sano and Lumigraph – combining music made specifically for this record and tracks that have until now only been available on vinyl. The album is available as a two-CD set, and all the previously unreleased tracks from the album are available as a triple-vinyl LP. You can buy both versions, as well as a special package with the triple-LP and all the twelve-inches in our back catalog, on the Mister Store. The album is also available on iTunes and at all other good digital outlets. A preview is below.

Back To Saturday Night

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The Mister steps out for his first Saturday Night since April. Things have been good during the daytime, but we like-a the nightlife, too. This time we’ll be headed back to the Bell House, using both of the rooms for maximum roominess (front room for hanging, back room for dancing). Eamon and Justin will play records all night, and there will be balloons.

Born This Way


It’s Brooklyn Pride Week.

And we are proud to celebrate our LGBTQ friends by giving $1 from every ticket sold this Sunday to the Ali Forney Center, a shelter and support center for homeless LGBTQ youngsters with a location not too far from our summer home in Sunset Park. To read a little bit more about AFC or to find out about volunteering for them or making a direct donation, check here.

At the helm of the party, as usual, are Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter, who’ll be playing all kinds of records to make you happy you were born this way (no matter what way you were born). And then, of course, the quintessential Mister Sunday cherries on top: huaraches, pizza, sangria, beer, sunshine and a disco ball.

Tickets and all the other info you need to know are here. We’ll see you this Sunday.

The Times They Are A Changin’

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Hey there.

If you came down on Sunday, we hope you had a good time. We had a ball. The dancefloor sounded better than ever; the sunset was beautiful; the energy was amazing… and this song! Thank you!

There are a few things we’re working on for this week to make the party better, and we wanted to let you know about them.

1. TIME: The first and biggest change is timing. We’re starting the party at 3pm and going until 9pm (just like it used to be). It’ll give us an extra hour of party time overall, and it’ll help us make sure the door isn’t slammed from the moment we open.

2. TICKETS: If you were there this past Sunday, you know buying a ticket is a good idea. We had to close the doors to non-ticket holders early, and the line got long. This week we’re increasing our capacity to process ticket-holder and non-ticket holder lines, but advance tickets do get preference. If you purchase a ticket, there is a separate line on the 37th Street side of our entrance, and that line, though it may look long sometimes, will move quite quickly. The line for non-ticket holders is on the 36th Street side. You can get advance tickets here.

3. RSVPS: We’ve realized that our RSVP system doesn’t really work now. Because the line can create a situation where we’re not sure who’s arriving at what time, it gets confusing. We’re going to kill the RSVP system. The price will be $15 at the door, but do remember that there are always some $10 tickets available in advance. (They’re sold out for this Sunday but still available for all the subsequent weeks.)

4. BATHROOMS: We’re dedicating all the bathrooms in the 36th Street side of the space (to your left when you walk in the gates) to women. That means ten stalls that are solely dedicated to ladies. Boys, your bathrooms will be on the 37th Street side of the space (to your right when you walk in the gates).

5. DANCEFLOOR: We were surprised that even though our dancefloor is bigger than ever before, it still got crowded. Remember we don’t allow photos, calls, texts, tweets and any of that stuff on the dancefloor. We’ll have some staff members there to politely enforce that this week, so we can make sure that everyone on the dancefloor is focused on dancing.

If you were there and have any additional suggestions, please drop us a line at ask@mistersaturdaynight.com. We really do want to know what you think.

Otherwise, we’re looking forward to getting back to it on Sunday. We’re psyched to be doing this every week again!!!

Thanks for hanging with us. We’ll see you Sunday.

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    Mister Saturday Night or Mister Sunday parties are in bold. Non-bold listings are for Justin Carter & Eamon Harkin DJ sets.

    August 3rd / Mister Sunday with Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter at Industry City, Sunset Park, Brooklyn / all ages / 3p - 9p / tickets and more info

    August 10th / Mister Sunday with Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter at Industry City, Sunset Park, Brooklyn / all ages / 3p - 9p / tickets and more info

    August 17th / Mister Sunday with Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter at Industry City, Sunset Park, Brooklyn / all ages / 3p - 9p / tickets and more info

    August 24th / Mister Sunday with Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter at Industry City, Sunset Park, Brooklyn / all ages / 3p - 9p / tickets and more info

    August 31st / Mister Sunday with Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter at Industry City, Sunset Park, Brooklyn / all ages / 3p - 9p / tickets and more info