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It is almost that time again for the lovers of the world to get into their annual festivities like the Times Square tradition in New York City on December 31. Such a date has come to represent energy, lights and anticipation of the wonderful new year to come. Every December 31 is full of worldly excitement. Citizens cannot wait until the ball drops and the confetti blows so they can celebrate yet another exciting year.

Perhaps one of the most exciting parts of this event is when the clock strikes 12. The 24 hours preceding that moment are full of dancing, comedy shows, wines, spirits, and balloons and confetti flying through the air. Times Square is the place where most of the action occurs. More than 1 million people usually gather to participate at Times Square and billions gather together at electrifying parties. Celebrities give their best performances and people dance their hearts out well into the wee hours.

You should perhaps come out and party. Give a toast to 2017 and join the madness. Many parties will be going all night long. The parties at the night clubs in Corpus Christi will have you dancing up a storm.


You’ll need the appropriate resources if you want to find a New Year’s Eve party in New York. is a very user-friendly nightlife directory where you can gather information about NYC parties that will be going on at some of the best clubs. We want to give you the best experience that you can possible get because after all, you’ll only get one chance to bring in 2017. We can get you hooked up with the right venue in no time.

We can find the perfect event for you based on your budget if you would like us to search that way. Most of the events that we connect our clients with have live DJs, party favors, hors d’oeuvres and champagne toast, which means you will not be connected to a shabby deal just because your budget is tight.

We can also find booming events in a swanky lounge, night club, entertainment complex and more. The sky is the limit when you work with us.

New Years is a huge day that worldly citizens enjoy. Partaking in the festivities make some people believe that they will have an amazing new year. Visit our New Year’s Eve page more information regarding the hottest New Year’s Eve party in the Big Apple.


There is truly a Halloween event for you, whatever it is that you may be looking for!

It is a Monday that the spookiest night of the year falls on – which translate into extended weekend parties and events happening. Take a look at some great events you may want to consider freaking out on.

A Haunted Masquerade: Crossroads

Into an enchanted, interactive haunted house will the industrial chic aesthetic of Long Island City’s Paper Factory Hotel be turned. Guests get to select the adventure that they want(hence the theme of crossroads), as they roam through the courtyard and the basement featuring four different spaces. They will be transported by theater and music performers from a dreary realm into a realm of drummers, burlesque and fire-breathers. If with the devil you would like to dance, costumes are necessary. You will be dancing to the music of DJs Anna Morgan, Adam Gibbons, David Hohme and more. The cost will be $30 and the event will run from 9p.m.-4a.m. The address in Long Island City is 37-06 36th St.,

Webster Hell

To this official afterparty of the Village Halloween Parade, only the ghosts with the most should attend, as all four floors are taken over of the “twisted mausoleum” that is Webster Hell. After the evening is christened by the blood of a virgin, the night of debauchery is taken over by live DJs, sure to bring together with a $5,000 costume contest, the city’s most stylish ghouls and boys! You will get unlimited drinks starting at 9 p.m. with higher-tier tickets($79 or $89). Oct 31, 8 p.m.-2 a.m., $50, 125 E. 11th St.

World’s End

halloween-party-decor-homemade-vert_ydi9boAt a TBA warehouse in Brooklyn, the description of this immersive theatrical party is “come prepared to survive the apocalypse”. Attendees will rebuild society based on spirituality, community and equality, over the course of a night of dancing and performances to the tunes of several DJs led by Lee Burridge, Hong Kong’s underground club king. And should any other doubts be held by you, co-producing the event will be the House of Yes Bushwick queens of themed parties. 11 p.m. – 6 a.m., Oct 28, costumes are mandatory.


Anything but cheesy watch-alongs are the immersive Supercinema parties of the McKittrick Hotel. After all, this is the home of “Sleep No More”. On three nights this October, for it’s old Hollywood salute, you can expect pop-up shows, all-out décor, glamorous people and even more attractive, an all-night open bar. As your favorite classic movie monster you can come dressed this year, such as the Bride of Frankenstein or the Wolfman, and you will feel right at home with the rest of the Golden Age motifs that the venue will be decorated by. Oct 28, 29, 31; $85-$200, 10:15 p.m., 530 W 27th St.

Stranger Things Party

All of the elements of a fabulous party are contained in Netflix’s “Stranger Things”. At Lot 45 you can get together with your fellow fans to travel into the strangest corners of the Upside Down from sleepy Hawkins, Indiana. To all of the 80s nostalgic hits you can expect to be dancing. Look forward to Dungeons & Dragons breaks. And to activate your personal latent superpowers you can eat plenty of waffles. Oct. 23, 10 p.m.-2 a.m., $20-$60, 21+, In Brooklyn at 411 Troutman St.,

Brew At The Zoo

When the first Brew at the Zoo is held this year at the Bronx Zoo, party animals can get it going with some real animals. You can enjoy more than 100 beers when you get in after-hours, from more than 40 craft breweries. You can also nosh from Wafels & Dingels, Nathan’s Famous and various other local restaurants. Even though you want to take some time to wander, you will want to get to Astor Court for a costume contest, games and live music. And exhibits such as Madagascar and World of Reptiles will also be open. Oct 29, 7-11 p.m., $44.99, 2300 Southern Blvd.

Village Halloween Party

Getting freaky all over Greenwich Village is still a great celebration with the rest of the city, even after 43 years. The spooks come out to show off with costumes too elaborate to wear anyplace else and with always new spectacles at the Village Halloween Parade. And even if the theme in your heart is “Nightmare on Elm Street”, remember that the theme is Reverie. Oct 31, Free. At Canal Street and Sixth Avenue the parade begins and it proceeds north to 16th street on 6th Avenue. Anyone in a costume is invited to walk in the parade.

There truly is no other place in the world like New York City when it comes to New York nightlife.

There aren’t many places that can finance and support an entire community of varied artists financing their lives and livelihoods working in that space – creatively, figuratively, literally and in so many other different ways.

Swiss-born Susanne Bartsch has served, for the better part of four decades, has served as this scene’s reigning queen!

Susanne Bartsch was profiled in 2014 as the final installment in the Huffington Post Queer Voices 30-part series, “After Dark: NYC Nightlife Today And Days
Past”. She took the time in the profile to talk about her rise in the club scene in the 1970s, after she opened a small SoHo boutique, along with her HIV/AIDS activist work through the Love Ball as well as her matriarchal role for young creatives and artists in a seemingly continually-revolving door.

Now, using the crowdsourcing platform Kickstarter, filmmakers are seeking to fund a full-feature doc regarding her.

Bartsch told the Huffington Post that, “it is truly one of those magical stories”. “I am not constantly spending time thinking and planning that I should have a documentary”.

It all began after the premier of a fashion film by the directing duo Anthony&Alex at Bartsch’s On Top weekly summer party back in 2015, which took place literally on The Standard Hotel’s Le Bain roof. Bartsch commented, “I really liked it. Sort of different is how it looked – like Warhol, but then not Warhol”!

It was precisely when Bartsch was ready to showcase decades worth of looks and fashion that the short film premiered. The exhibition for the fashions was at the museum FIT and was titled “Fashion Underground: The World Of Susanne Bartsch”. It was in the hopes of documenting this experience that she had invited Anthony&Alex to view the show, but the project was then shifted to a full length documentary called “@Bartschland”, all about the life and legacy of Bartsch.

Anthony&Alex told the Huffington Post, “After we began to attend her events and follow her around, we began to see an art community not getting the proper attention at all”. “So many incredible people that attend her events are artists whose medium is their own look and body. They are all expressing themselves and they get a place and a platform to be seen given to them by Suzanne. A museum curator is what she practically is, and those attending her events are artists, using as a gallery, the club. When the feeling is that society tries to squash those fitting outside the norm, Susanne enables people to be and to express themselves and just who they are”.

In the words of Susanne herself, at the end of the day, “@Bartschland is regarding the world behind the woman”.

“As much as it is a story about life, it is a New York story,” Bartsch went on. “You know that with what I do I travel around the world. And “what’s the norm is what the message is really about. The norm is that you should be just who you really want to be. You can be anything that you want to be, so do not be afraid. Just go for it and have the faith in what it is you feel”!

Press Release


Nightclubs in Nyc Receives 2015 Best of Manhattan Award

Manhattan Award Program Honors the Achievement

MANHATTAN December 11, 2015 — Nightclubs in Nyc has been selected for the 2015 Best of Manhattan Award in the Night Clubs category by the Manhattan Award Program.

Each year, the Manhattan Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Manhattan area a great place to live, work and play.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2015 Manhattan Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Manhattan Award Program and data provided by third parties.

About Manhattan Award Program

The Manhattan Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Manhattan area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

The Manhattan Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy.

SOURCE: Manhattan Award Program

Manhattan Award Program


Have you figured out how you’ll be celebrating the 2015 Halloween? If you are visiting New York or live here, then you’ll have plenty of Halloween parties you can attend and make this year’s Halloween a memorable one. This article is your guide to some of the best parties happening in NYC. Goblins and ghouls will be out and playing long before the NYC sky is lit by the moon on the 31st of October. There will be festivals, parades and scary haunted houses among many other activities for both the young and the old.

The Village Halloween Parade

The Village Halloween Parade is New York City’s main Halloween event, celebrating it 42nd year. Those present will be entertained by artists from different parts of the country, music bands, puppets and many other spooky fun activities. If you have your costume ready, then feel free to join the crowd and march through NYC streets, putting a show for everyone. If you don’t have the costumes, then seat back, relax and enjoy the show.

The Boo at the Zoo Party

For this party, the place to be will be the Bronx Zoo’s Wildlife Conservation Society. Be here for a wild, family-friendly party involving activities such as costume parades, pumpkin carving tournaments and the hay maze among many more. The Jack O ‘Lantern Illumination is a new exhibition which will involve walking through an eerie tunnel filled with lit Jack O ‘Lanterns, hand-carved into shapes of different animals. Charges will be $23.95 for kids and $33.95 for adults.

The BBQ Films Blade Rave

Remember the scene from Wesley Snipes “Blade” Movie where vampires were dancing while blood poured from sprinklers? Well, BBQ Films wants to recreate this scene with intentions of outdoing it. You can expect a sunless vampire arena with live dance and sword performances by professionals. There will also be music and a lot of fun for everyone present.

Webster Hell

Webster Hell is considered New York’s official Halloween parade after party and will be happening at the Webster Hall party. The party will consume all of Webster Hall’s floors, kicking off with a wild sacrifice of a virgin. There will also be Halloween costume contests where the winner will get the chance to walk home with a whooping $5000 in cash.

Places to Buy Halloween Costumes in NYC

Now that you have an idea of what will be happening this Halloween, how about we provide you with some tips on where to get the best Halloween costumes. Most people, prefer to make their own costumes but not everyone owns a sowing machine or the skills it takes to put together a costume. So, here are some of the places you can buy costumes at affordable prices; Ricky’s, Abracadabra and Party City. The best part about these places is the fact that they have different types of costumes available, selling at an affordable price.