The Mister lands in London again…
We’ve brought Mister Saturday Night to the Big Smoke a few times, but this will be the first time Mister Sunday has happened anywhere outside of Brooklyn.
The setting for the occasion will be Oval Space, where there are big windows to let the sun stream onto the dancefloor and there’s a nice outdoor area where you can catch some fresh air. We’ll deck the place out with furniture to make it feel comfortable; we’ll hang some balloons to make it feel festive; we’re linking up with some local London food purveyors so you can grab a bite between dances; and there’ll be a ping pong table or two.
Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter will play records from beginning to end, and there will even be a merch stand with records and tees, just like when we’re back home in Brooklyn.
The party’s running from 4pm to midnight, and it costs £10 in advance and £15 at the door.
We’re looking forward to seeing you on the dancefloor. Until then…
Keita Sano is from Okayama, Japan. He was born in 1989; he studied ceramic spinning in Okinawa for a short spell; and he is left-handed. He discovered Mister Saturday Night in the vinyl bins of his local record shop, which inspired him to make and send us these three tunes. We’re happy to present them to you.
Available on our online store.
Mister Saturday Night returns to Glasslands for another intimate affair. Jeff Ralston, our lighting and inflatable designer extraordinaire, will be cooking up something special to make the space feel good, and Eamon and Justin are digging extra deep into their record collections. The party starts at 10pm and goes to 5am. At the time we’re writing this, we’re nearly sold out, so it’s best to get a ticket soon here. If you’re reading this and we’re sold out already, all hope’s not lost. We’ll let in a handful of people when the doors open, and, space permitting, we’ll open the doors again at 1am.We’re looking forward to seeing you in the evening again. Until then.
The Mister returns for another indoor Sunday afternoon jam, this time at Shea Stadium. Eamon and Justin will bring the tunes; there’ll be food; and the drinks will be cheap – you know how we do. Shea Stadium has a nice balcony for catching rays, and whether spring chooses to show its face by then or not, it’ll be nice and warm on the dancefloor.
One thing to note: Shea Stadium’s name is a bit deceptive. It’s not nearly as big as the former Mets ballfield that bore its name, so getting tickets in advance is a good idea. We’ll sell out for sure.
That’s about it. We’ll see you on the dancefloor.
Mister Sunday lands at Silent Barn, the best little DIY gallery/barber shop/record store/party space in all the land. There will be food; drinks will be cheap; Justin Carter and Eamon will play those Sunday afternoon and evening tunes; and fun will be plentiful. Only thing is that Silent Barn is really small, so get a ticket quick, because this will sell out.