House of Yes Hosts Independence Day Weekend Party Marathon


House of Yes, the multi-faceted, quirky live performance club and event space, wants to be your one stop shop for all your party plans this Independence Day Weekend with their killer four day line-up.

Described by VICE as “one of the most innovative and collaborative nightclubs in New York City”, this July 4th weekend at House of Yes promises to keep you movin’ and shakin’ all weekend whilst you celebrate all things America.

The festivities kick off Friday night with techno legend Troy Pierce who returns to NYC for the first time since 2011, Berliner by way of Michigan Heartthrob performing live, and global house mainstay David Hohme. Continuing the Fourth of July weekend marathon is Saturday night’s international fiasco of dance party fabulousness (costumes encouraged but please no cultural appropriation) to DJs and live acts like Irish step dancing, Turkish wrestling and Jersey Shore booty shakin’. The party continues on Sunday night with the House of Yes Summer Sessions indoor/outdoor tropical dance party with London’s Kidnap Kid as well as local favorites Mike Swells and Playsuit accompanied by drink specials, an outdoor shower and private pool. The weekend finishes with a bang on Monday with the inaugural free day/night Yes! dance party July 4th BBQ Extravaganza. This almighty holiday weekend at Bushwick’s number one party palace is not to be missed.

Friday, July 1 — No Place Like…feat Troy Pierce, Heartthrob (Live), David Hohme & more

Doors at 10pm

Tickets available here.
House of Yes welcomes a legendary lineup to keep you movin’ and shakin’ all night. The evening features America’s very own pillar of modern techno Troy Pierce for his first NYC appearance in five years, alongside a special live set from Jesse Siminski (aka Heartthrob) and Brooklyn own’s David Hohme bringing his own brand of house music. Support comes from local talent Tasha Blank (The Get Down), Seth Hosko (Playdate), Nordvolk, and Kittypep.

Saturday, July 2 — International Fiasco // Multi-Culti Dance Party

Doors at 9pm

Tickets available here.

Come explore the cross-cultural pollination and international fiasco of fabulousness that makes this fine country of ours diverse and delightfully wild. Rep your culture, embrace your background and get down with human beings of all colors, creeds, countries and callings on the House of Yes dance floor to your favorite DJs. Culturally influenced costumes are encouraged (your own culture please, not someone else’s!) Wherever YOU are from, we wanna see it. Fashionably foreign, hometown homage, immigrant elegance, born-n-bred beauties. Around the world realness. Small town style. Whether it’s a far away land, a distant West Coast city or your home borough…own it. Work it.

DJ Line Up:

The Golden Pony (BangOnNYC!)
Teddy Roosevelt (Treetops)
David Kiss (Might Get Weird)
Ryan Clover (Homage)
Featuring Global Entertainment Sensations:
Irish step dancing
Russian ribbon dancers
California crowd-surfers
German milk maids
Turkish wrestling
Jersey Shore booty shakin’
Other Culinary Curiosities and Interactions:
Moroccan tea lounge
Trailer park BBQ
Chinese food all night (dumplings and noodles!)

Sunday, July 3 — Summer Sessions: Kidnap Kid // Mike Swells // Playsuit

Doors at 10pm

Tickets available here.

Let yourself get sun-dazed all over at the House of Yes indoor/outdoor dance floor as they bring you some sweet holiday weekend music selections. Embrace the tropical vibes in the outdoor shower and private pool in your best summertime styles with House of Yes drink and cocktail specials.

DJ Line Up:
Kidnap Kid
Mike Swells

July 4 — Fourth of July Yes BBQ Extravaganza // Might Get Weird // Free Dance Party

Doors at 2 pm to 12am

Free with RSVP. Click here for door spots.

Might Get Weird and House of Yes are combining forces and bringing you a banging July 4th extravaganza with 12 straight hours of hot meat, dirty dancing and delicious chillness. Because nothing says America like meat in your mouth (don’t worry, there will be vegetarian options too!). Bring your most outrageous red-white-blue outfits to dance on stage in the spotlight.



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