Starting on May 12th, we’ll be dancing in the sunshine every single Sunday. Eamon and Justin will preside, and special guests Beta Librae, FNV, Honcho, Josey Rebelle, Lex Rodriguez, Octo Octa, Optimo, Physical Therapy, Soul Summit, Tama Sumo and Theo Parrish will take turns controlling the Mister system. You, of course, will set the vibe on the floor.
Tickets for the first eight dates of the season are up now, and, for the first time ever, we’re doing season passes. If you come most weeks, these are for you!
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.
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…
We’re trying something different for New Year’s Eve.
It starts with an intimate, countdown-free edition of Planetarium, our immersive, hi-fi listening session. We’ll go from 7pm to 12:30am, and dinner’s included. There are yoga blankets in-house, but you can bring whatever else you need to get comfortable. Douglas Sherman, a musical host from The Loft and Joy, is playing records with us.
At 12:30am, we’ll open the doors to Mister New Year’s Eve, bringing the music up for a full party that goes until 6am. No frills, just good tunes on an amazing sound system with plenty of room to dance. (Planetarium guests can stick around for the party.)
We hope to see you at one or both. For now, stay warm, and have a good one!
On the eve of the eve of the eve of Hallow’s Eve, we’re doing our annual dance in a place we know works best – surrounded by the trees at Nowadays. We bring you Mister Halloween Night: In The Shadow of the Moon, a seance under the stars.
Don your cloaks, you deerskin hoods and your comfortable shoes, for seers Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter will conjure the future and past with ritualistic rhythms. The dance floor will be shrouded in light to beckon the spirits; and we’ll have potions, ales and mulled wine to keep you warm on the inside and outside. Beyond the drinks, we’ll have a couple other things to make sure it’s temperate.