Mister Sunday is a party for you, whether you’re a septuagenarian, a house head, a skater, a toddler, a bear, a witch, a New York lifer, an out-of-towner, a twenty-three-year-old club kid, or a medium-cute dog. As long as you’re nice, you like to be outside during the summer and you’re willing to put your phone down and dance, you’re welcome here.
The party happens every Sunday from 3pm to 9pm and goes through October 21st. Resident DJs Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin play good dance music each week, and about once a month, we host a guest or two. This summer’s already hosted Honey Dijon, Ciel, Duane Harriott, DJ Python, Analog Soul, and Jayda G, and we’ll host Mike Servito and Soul Summit in the coming weeks.
There’s a food truck with killer Caribbean food, a barbecue stand with ribs, brisket and all the fixin’s, and there’s a full bar with everything from margaritas and draft beer to kombucha and maté.
Tickets are $20 in advance or at the door, but we always have a handful of $10 and $15 early birds, and you can always RSVP to get in for $15 before 5pm.
The party’s rain or shine; all ages are welcome; and so are dogs on a leash. We’re looking forward to seeing ya down here.
This weekend, Mister Sunday is part of twenty-four-hour extravaganza at Nowadays with Resident Advisor. Starting on Saturday night at 8pm, Nowadays will feature all kinds of good programming, inside and out. You can see the full lineup here.
The programming happening in the daylight hours before Mister Sunday is particularly cool – a sunrise ambient session starting at 5am with Beta Librae, Fergus Clark, Umfang and Love Letters; an interview series with Love Injection featuring nightlife luminaries like Barbara Tucker, Francois K, Chi Chi Valenti, and The Saint’s Sharon White; and a mid-day party leading into Mister Sunday with some of The Lot Radio’s all stars, Darker Than Wax, Christine Renee and Tiki Disco’s Lloydski.
If you can’t join us on Sunday, you’ll be able to watch The Lot Radio stream of Mister Sunday on our Facebook page at 3pm.
If you can join us, you’re in for a treat… and maybe a surprise.
Tickets for the full RA 24/7 event are here, and tickets for Mister Sunday, if you wanna roll through at the regular time, are here.
No matter what time you come, you’ll have a great time. We can’t wait to see you here.
In the ten-or-so years we’ve hosted our Sunday afternoon fete, it’s only left NYC for one other town, but now, with help of the fine folks at Astral People, we’ve found a secret outdoor spot in Sydney’s inner city, and we’re landing the party there on Sunday, February 25.
We’ll be doing it just how we do back home: a four-point sound system, good vibes, a cell-phone-free dance floor and tunes from Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter from beginning to end. There’ll be good food from Eat Art Truck to keep you going and plenty of places off the dance floor for a nice chat and a hang.
The party runs from 1pm to 8pm, and our rules will be in force to keep the vibe right. (The long story short is don’t use your phone or smoke on the dance floor, and do unto others. You knew that last one already.)
If you’re in the Harbour City, we hope you’ll join us. If you know folks down under, let ’em know…
The outdoor season has come to a close. Our last Mister Sunday before we pack up the trees for the winter and head inside is this Sunday, October 22nd. Come get your dance on. The weather seems to agree that you should do this.
RSVP for early, discounted entry, and get tickets here. The party runs from 3pm to 9pm is all ages and all walks of life. Skaters, non-conformists, grandmas, leather daddies, dogs, babies and everybody else. Just as long as you’re nice.
The last time we did our own proper party in London was almost a year ago (in that big ol’ church in Hackney). But after a long search for a special place to do our thing in the Big Smoke, we’ve found it, and we’ve set a date.On Sunday, August 27th we’re taking over York Hall, a storied Victorian building in Bethnal Green with a nearly hundred-year-old basement bathhouse and a boxing gymnasium where Lennox Lewis and Audley Harrison have duked it out.We’re taking over the skylit main room for Carnival Sunday, installing a nice sound system, bringing way too many records, blowing up some balloons and getting the wood floors primed for an afternoon dance. The party goes from 4pm to 11pm.We’ll have drinks and food that won’t break the bank. Bring a friend or two, or come solo and make one. Tickets are here.