VIP Launch w. Nancy Whang, Justine D & Queen Majesty at Chloe 81

Wednesday, September 3
Chloe 81
81 Ludlow St, New York, NY
7PM – late
RSVP required: rsvp@vocalnyc.com
21+

VIP Launch
chloe 81 invite take 2Jazz, Oysters & Champagne

With

Nancy Whang
(LCD Soundsystem & The Juan MacLean)
Nancy-whang
Justine D
Justine D&
Queen Majesty
Queen Majesty

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Lit Lounge 10 Year Anniversary!!

Wednesday, February 22
Lit Lounge
93 2nd Ave, New York, NY
21+

Lit Lounge 10 Year Anniversary

The Ten Year Anniversary, ten years in the making….

Performances by
Liquor Store – 9:30PM
BootBlacks – 10:15PM
Supertouch – 11PM

DJs upstairs
Eric White, Leo Fitzpatrick, Markus Boroughs, Josh Wildman, Brian Degraw, Nate Lowman, Cassie Coane, Justine D, Gordon Hull, Steve Lewis, Chris Rage, Alexis Dahan

DJs downstairs
Spiky Hill, Lizzy Yoder, Prince Terrence, Nick Zinner, Nate Turbow, Jeremy Bastard, Cat Hartwell, Lara Musso, Ilirjana Alushaj


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BK Night Bazaar w. James Murphy, F*cked Up, The Hold Steady + ticket giveaway!

Hello New York,
Just a quick reminder about one of the best events to happen all year: The Brooklyn Night Bazaar starts tomorrow, Thursday December 15 and goes thru Saturday December 17.  The three nights of vending, food, and music,  takes place in a 40,000 square foot warehouse (the entire length of a Brooklyn block!).  Music includes James Murphy (of DFA), The Hold Steady, and the Spin Magazine best of 2011 band, F*cked Up, curated by Brooklyn Vegan.

Get your tickets NOW at www.ticketfly.com/org/765, or you still have a shot at winning a pair from SHAW Promotion. That’s right! We are giving away ONE pair of tickets per night, so please note which night you are trying to win the tickets for when you participate with the “SHAW me the tickets” contest, which ends tonight (Wedneday 12.14) at 8PM!

**For more fun SHAW events this week or other upcoming events this month, please check out our SHAW calendar and events page. Thanks for reading and we hope to see you at the Bazaar!**

BROOKLYN NIGHT BAZAAR
December 15, 16, & 17

Warehouse
149 Kent Ave, Williamsburg BK
5PM-1AM
Tickets Available www.ticketfly.com/org/765
All Ages

On October 9, the Brooklyn Night Bazaar had its inaugural event at Dekalb Market in downtown Brooklyn. A talented group of local artists, designers, musicians and chefs were joined by over 5,000 visitors for what became a magical evening.  Nomadic in nature, the next Bazaar will take place over three nights in December in a vast 40,000 sq ft warehouse with soaring ceilings. Highlights will include:

-Over 100 local merchant and food vendors.

-Artist films, projections and installations programmed by NBNY Projects.

-Specially designed layout by JDS/Julien De Smedt Architects.

-Live music and DJ sets including James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem), F*cked Up (Spin Magazine “best of 2011″), The Crystal Ark, Midnight MagicThe Hold Steady, Titus AndronicusWakey!Wakey!, and more. See Ticketfly.com for tickets to the Bazaar’s performance space.

-Beer and wine garden featuring local breweries and wineries.

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Thursday, December 15

Performing live

James Murphy DJ set (of LCD Soundsystem/DFA)

Poolside

The Crystal Ark


Midnight Magic

DJ Justine D

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Friday, December 16

Curated by Brooklyn Vegan

Performing Live
F*cked Up

Big Trouble

Radical Dads

Caged Animals


With DJs
Frankie Rose


Bill Pearis

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Saturday, December 17

Performing Live

The Hold Steady

Titus Andronicus


Wakey! Wakey!

 

Independent Vendors. Food. Art. Drinks

**SHAW Promotion is giving away a pair of tickets to BK Night Bazaar**



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Bowlmor Lanes in Times Square might be worth the treck

The SHAW team was invited up to the newest Bowlmor Lanes in Times Square on Wednesday night for the grand tour with bowling and beer promised afterward,  so we packed our passports and crossed the Williamsburg bridge making it just in time for 6 PM parking to open up on 9th ave.   Andy, Justine D (Motherf*cker, Le Poisson Rouge), Amylulita (SHAW, Nacotheque), Steve Morehouse (SHAW, Kids with Snakes), Queen Majesty (Deadly Dragon Sound, East Village Radio), Matthew Mitchell (web genius), and myself (no name dropping need) met  with the director of events for Bowlmor Lanes, and she could not have been more hospitable and eager to host SHAW PROMOTION.  She walked us through the entire two floor adult Chucky Cheese, including a room filled with all of the Coney Island carnival games from the Union Square tent location, which relocated to Times Square after getting snowed in over the holiday season.  The restaurant has stadium seating and Manhattan’s longest bar, while the bowling lanes are broken up to multiple NYC themed rooms, which is a much nicer way to bowl with your friends instead of cramming 30 lanes in one giant, loud room.   The space is amazing, the hike uptown wasn’t so bad, and the finger food was good enough to throw one more veggie spring roll in my mouth before walking out the door — which is actually a lobby filled with “disco ball” bowling pins hanging from the ceiling; it’s really hard not to have fun here.  Thanks again Bowlmor, we hope to be seeing you again real soon.


 

 

 






 


 

 

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Girls & Boys – Justine D. presents Glass Candy, Chromatics, Desire, & Simonetti

Friday, Jan 14
Webster Hall
125 E. 11th St, New York NY
$1 doller daze admission (21+) 10pm – 11pm
Get advanced discounted tickets here
or RSVP for our limited comp list
19 +

Justine D. is a SHAW PROMOTION favorite, so anything she does, we do. Check out this night at Girls & Boys for an awesome dance party with 4 really great bands.

Girls & Boys

Justine D. presents

Glass Candy, Chromatics, Desire, and Simonetti

with DJ’s Alex English and Rekles

“Without doubt the biggest electro party in New York city is Girls and Boys – the 2000+ people party that features some of the biggest and most cutting edge names in dance music such as MSTRKRFT, Justice, deadmau5, Simian Mobile Disco, Vitalic, A-Trak, Crookers, Bloody Beetroots, Boys Noize, Rusko, Neon Indian and many, many more. Every Friday for well over a year, the Grand Ballroom at Webster Hall has been transformed into a packed room of electro kids, hands in the air in appreciation of the throbbing distorted bass and electronic beats that have altered the landscape of dance music in America over the last few years.”

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