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FRIDAY

Oct 25
$10 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
5:00pm doors | 21+ $10 Advance | $20 at the Door Freedom Party® is the longest running, most legendary old-school dance party in NYC history! Since 2003, Freedom's brought people together from all over the world to dance to classic party hits from yesterday thru today, be it hip-hop, R&B, pop, rock, reggae or house. 16 yrs, 800 parties…and counting! TICKETS just $10 in advance. $20 at door (1st come/1st serve)! BIRTHDAY SPECIAL: 2 free passes if you were born in October! Email info@freedompartyworldwide.com to claim yours, but quickly--it's while supplies last! BOTTLE SPECIAL: Free bottle of champagne with every two bottles of liquor purchased! TABLE RESERVATIONS: Send an email to info@freedompartyworldwide.com. First come, first serve! SIGN UP for our newsletter and be on the lookout for discount codes: https://freedomparty.activehosted.com/f/1 MUSIC by Herbert Holler! HOSTED by artist/dancer/filmmaker Savior Elmundo! PHOTOS by Sho Shots! VIDEO by Dasheen Nunnie Jordan! WINNER: "Best Dance Party" -- Village Voice WINNER: “Best Party (Peoples Choice)” — Papermag WINNER: “Best Party Nationwide (Runner Up)” — URB Mag On Friday, October 25th, the Freedom Party® NYC takes over (le) poisson rouge, everybody’s favorite downtown music destination! From 5pm to 10pm, Herbert Holler spins all your favorite hip-hop, R&B, reggae, house, rock and pop hits from the 70s through today. Come down, bring your friends, make new ones, sing along, and we'll see you on the dance floor! DRESS CODE = Casual but cute. SUBWAY = A/C/E/B/D/F/M to West 4th St PARKING = Plenty of street parking! PEEP THE STRATEGIES: www.freedompartyworldwide.com www.facebook.com/freedompartynyc www.instagram.com/freedompartynyc www.twitter.com/freedompartynyc www.youtube.com/freedomdanceparty www.mixcloud.com/freedompartynyc SEE YOU ON THE DANCE FLOOR!!! Refund Policy & Terms of Service: LPR does not issue refunds or exchanges for ticket purchases. All sales are final. No refunds will be processed for unused tickets or for patrons who are denied entry due to not having valid identification for will call pickup or admittance to an age restricted event. Events are subject to change in date, time, reserved seat location or scheduled act at anytime. In the case of an event cancellation, refunds will be provided via the method of payment originally used. Resale of any ticket at a price greater than the original ticket price is absolutely prohibited. We have the right to revoke or reclaim possession of any tickets from the buyer who violates such restrictions.

SATURDAY

Oct 26
$10 7:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Not all band reformations have to suck - case in point; The Mommyheads are back and performing at Littlefield with special guests Church of Betty.
Oct 26
$15 10:00 PM - 11:59 PM
A very limited number of advance tickets are sold for The Rub every month. Purchase now to secure your admission. The Rub is the preeminent hip-hop dance party in New York City. DJ Eleven and DJ Ayres play everything from funk classics to new rap, R&B and house. 10pm / $15 All Night
Oct 26
$8 10:00 PM - 11:30 PM
Comedic folk duo Friends Who Folk (Rachel Wenitsky and Ned Riseley) host an evening of comedy, folk, and friendship, with help from some beautiful guests! Part concert, part variety show, part seance, all deranged, Friends Who Folk & Friends invites audiences to explore the power of music - its ability to transform, numb, and alienate. We are friends and we love to folk. 9:30pm Doors / 10:00pm Show *Individual performer appearances subject to change without notice. **PLEASE NOTE: This event will be mixed seated/standing. Arrive early for best seat selection.

SUNDAY

Oct 27
$25 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
PopGun Presents of Montreal Two important events occurred during the making of White Is Relic/Irrealis Mood. I became “Simulated Reality” paranoid and I fell in LOVE. Well a lot more happened during the process of writing and recording, but those are the two big ones. I also reached a healthy point of self-forgiveness for my failed marriage and became deeply educated in the lies of America the Great. I feel like a switch was recently turned on in my brain and now I’m beginning to see through the lies that have been fed to me my whole life by the masters of media and by those who control and manipulate the narrative of our cultural identity and social order. My paranoia began during the presidential election cycle and reached a dangerous peak shortly after the inauguration. In the meantime I watched and read countless works of art in a mad effort to be reminded of how many truly brilliant people there are living/struggling among us and to try to maintain a positive outlook. The works of Angela Davis, Noam Chomsky, Chris Kraus, Ta-Nehisi Coates, and the Autobiographies of Malcolm X and Mark E Smith were all great inspirations, to name a few. Musically, I was very inspired by the extended dance mixes that people used to make for pop singles back in the ‘80s. It’s so cool how a lot of the 80’s hits had these really intricate and interesting longer versions that wouldn’t get played on the radio and could only be heard in the clubs. I used that template with these tracks, I wanted them all to feel like the extended “club edit” of album tracks. I also decided to abandon the “live band in a room” approach that I had been using on the recent albums and work more on my own or remotely with collaborators. I used the same drum sample packs throughout because I wanted the album to have a rhythmic continuity to it. I wanted the drums to have a strong and consistent identity, similar to how Prince’s Linn Electronics LM-1 drum machine played such an important role on his classic albums. Zac Colwell also played a huge role on this album, adding saxophones and synths to most of the songs. I also got a lot of help from long time collaborators, and “of Montreal” touring members, Clayton Rychlik and JoJo Glidewell. The two title concept came to me when I was thinking about how difficult it is to frame the message of a song with just one title, because so often the songs are about so many different subjects. ‘White Is Relic’ was inspired by James Baldwin’s writings regarding the creation and propagation of a toxic American White identity. I’ve come to learn how it’s just a tool wielded by the 1% to give poor white people a false sense of superiority in an effort to keep the masses placated and numb to how deeply we’re all getting fucked by our capitalist rulers. An ‘Irrealis Mood’ is a linguistic indicator that something isn’t yet reality but does have the potential to become so. I’m always searching for new identities so this concept of the death of “Whiteness” appeals to me greatly. Might be the only way to save the world. -Kevin Barnes, January 2018

THURSDAY

Oct 31
$12 8:00 PM - 1:00 AM
Two complete live karaoke sets. Special guest singers but none more special than you! Come sing... or just do the Time Warp! The Occasionalists present their Fifth Annual Rocky Horror Picture Show Revue and Live Karaoke Halloween Extravaganza. Our Wildest and Most Untamed version yet! Two complete live karaoke sets. Special guest singers but none more special than you! Come sing on the big stage... or just do the Time Warp like it's 1976. Complete with film clips from the movie and a Costume Contest at intermission with big prizes!. So pull out those garters, lipsticks and corsets to be the sweetest transvestite you can be! And Dammit, Janet, the show benefits The Center for Anti-Violence Education ("CAE"), which works to disrupt sexual, gender and hate-based violence throughout NYC, particularly with women, girls, people who are LGBTQIA+, and other marginalized communities. Check them out at http://caeny.org. The band is proud to donate all ticket proceeds to CAE. Come early to sign up to sing your favorite Rocky Horror song with the band. Don’t dream it, Sing it! The Occasionalists are a Brooklyn-based band of multi-instrumentalists specializing in live karaoke. Since the 2016 election, the band has dedicated itself to Live Karaoke for the Resistance, benefiting all communities and causes under assault by the Trump administration. The Occasionalists are: John Allgood (guitar, bass, keyboards), John Marshall (keyboards, drums, bass, guitar) Barry Stelboum (drums, guitar, bass) and Mark Vincent (guitar, bass). We are thrilled to be joined by our friends Greg Vegas on sax (Monsterland, Savak) and Susie Greenebaum on violin (Dirty Waltz Band). Don't forget to Like The Occasionalists on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/theoccasionalistsbrooklyn/ or go to https://www.occasionalists.com