We’re doing our part to encourage the warm weather, though, (it seems to be working) by throwing an indoor, springtime edition of Mister Sunday at 12-turn-13. We’ll keep the curtains open on the big windows to let the sun shine in; we’ll hang lights from the beams to make it feel as much like you’re dancing in the trees as possible; and we’ve enlisted our decoration and lighting designer-in-chief, Jeffrey Ralston, to make giant, inflatable flowers. (For real.)
We’ll have mulled wine and Country Boys tacos to warm you from the inside out, and, of course, music from Mister residents Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter, so we imagine you’ll probably get pretty sweaty. The party runs from 3pm to 9pm, and it costs $15; or, if you RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and get there before 5pm, it’ll only cost you $10.
Finally, one note for the folks with kids. The last time we did the party, we encouraged you to bring your little ones. We noticed, though, that it pretty quickly became too busy for kids to really be able to run around and have a good time. You are more than welcome to bring the young lads and lasses; we just wanted you to know what to expect.
We’re cooking up a special Independence weekend edition of the Mister for Sunday. Country Boys will be back in the house serving griddled meats on huaraches and tacos for your barbecue needs, and Eamon and I will be playing as many records with the word ‘America’ in them as possible. If you’re in town for the holiday, there’ll be no better place to be.
Weather Update: Mister Sunday today is ON! We’ve closely studying all the weather reports and we think things are going be quite pleasant from late afternoon onwards. We know you all want to dance today so we want to make it happen. We’ll be a little late in setting up but doors will still be open from 3pm. See you at the Grove!
This week we’ve got more bathrooms, a disco ball that rotates, more music from Eamon and me, and a live set from Space Dimension Controller. Advance tickets are here. It’s still free for the young folk (under 18 with a grown-up), you can still bring your dog on a leash, and Mile End, Country Boys and Botanica are still in the house.
The time for Mister Saturday Night to unveil his Sunday afternoon spinoff, Mister Sunday, is almost upon us. This coming Sunday at Gowanus Grove, we welcome music lovers of all kinds to an outdoor celebration which is uniquely Brooklyn. There will be sausages from Mile End and tacos and huaraches from Red Hook Ball Field vendors Country Boys, cold drinks from the fine folks at Botanica and the best in music from Justin, Eamon and special guest Four Tet.
Festivities start at 3pm and in respect for our neighbors end at 9pm sharp. If you want guaranteed entry, grab a ticket in advance. You can get in for a discounted rate before 4pm if you email us at email@example.com. Otherwise it’s $12, unless you’re a a kid under the age of eighteen (with a grown-up) or a dog (on a leash), in which case it’s free for you all day.