If you usually go clubbing the night before Thanksgiving, you might be anxious to avoid a frigid trip to Manhattan or Bushwick in your party clothes.
Within walking distance from you, the following spots are active tonight: The Good Room, Ceremony, Kinfolk, Tender Trap, and TBA Brooklyn.
All have DJ’s to throw heat into the night, what they need now is you for the bonfire.
Action begins around 10 pm unless noted otherwise. Here‘s a map to the places.
You will probably pre-party, but if you want to start off feeling good in a different sort of way, The Good Room is donating 20% of tonight’s proceeds to giveabeat.org, which helps youth and families impacted by mass incarceration.
Nickodemus headlines. Tickets are $10 advance or $15 at the door. The Turntables on the Hudson crew compiles other heavyweights along with Afrokinetic and JunXion.
Ceremony features Gio Gulez, Rona, and Hristo authoring spins ‘n giggles on Manhattan Avenue. If you like Gulez, he will also be at TBA Brooklyn along with The House Cartel, Berny Burnz and others starting at 6.
Party promoters are a dime a dozen, but BrunchBounce has actually been delivering lately with some mad sexy parties without creepy guys. Their ban on smartphone photos tends to put everyone at ease.
Tonight they do up dancing at Kinfolk on Wythe Ave., it’s free until 11:30 with RSVP.
To round out tonight’s offerings, there is a women-only event at Tender Trap with music from Hu Dat, dreemy, Penny Lane and others, along with artwork and handicrafts available for sale.
And if you are not in the mood for music tonight but still want to be out, there’s the weekly Comedians You Should Know event at Gutter Bar. Entry is $5, and it starts at 9.