Guide to the Weekend: 80-Degree Edition
Written by Bwog Staff
| -Via Tribeca Film Festival
The City temperature will finally breach the 80s this weekend. It’s a perfect opportunity to get out!
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Friday 6pm seating (8:15pm showing), World Financial Center Plaza North Cove (212-945-0505)
In honor of the film’s fortieth anniversary, the Tribeca film festival is sponsoring a free outdoor showing. It’s nominally a drive-in, but pedestrians can find room anywhere. Check out the first of NYC’s outside movies!
New York Tropical Five Party
Friday 10pm-4am, Glasslands Gallery 289 Kent Ave (718-599-1450)
In honor of spring, this cute Riverside dive hosts a party featuring the music of Dominican musician Maluca. The beats will be lively electronic cumbia beats and African house mashups, keeping you dancing long into the night.
Price: $7/5 before 11pm
Saturday Wine Tastings
Saturday 4-7pm, Chambers Street Wines 148 Chambers St (212-227-1434)
Every Saturday, wine connoisseurs gather at this downtown wine shop to share their expertise and tastes with the public. Go enjoy the free booze and learn some impressive wine shoptalk.
Family Hour with Auntie Sara
Saturday 9pm, Ochi’s Lounge at Comix 353 W. 14th St. (212-524-2500)
Every Saturday, Auntie Sara gets together NYC’s best comedians, and everyone shares hilarious stories from dysfunctional family lives. It’s a show that never disappoints and is a good bet if you need to feel better about your life.
Price: No cover, one drink minimum
Elegantly Wasted Saturdays with Velizar
Saturday 9pm-4am, Element 225 E. Houston St. (212-254-2200)
This electronic dance party happens every Saturday, and always succeed to attract the very best of NYC’s best young underground DJs, artists and musicians.
Price: $10/5 will RSVP before midnight
Sundays with Poe
Sunday 2pm, under St. Marks 94 St Marks Pl
Starting this week, every last Sunday of the month will be devoted to the ghoulish world of Poe’s fiction. This month, the The Premature Burial, Berenice, Hop Frog, and Annabel Lee receive the Radiotheatre treatment, which will include original orchestrations, sound effects, and visuals.
Sunday 6pm, Rubin Museum of Art 150 W. 17th St. (212-620-5000)
A classy evening of poetry and classical music. Poet Robin Morgan puts her words to the music of violinist Gil Morgenstern.
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