Give this year the send-off it deserves at Mission Club, the stylish club-and-lounge that’s throwing one of New York City’s most supercharged New Year’s Eve bashes. Providing Midtown with a trendy club scene, Mission Club will also lavish its NYE guests with top-rate amenities like a 5 hour premium open bar, complimentary champagne toast, live streaming of the Ball Drop, and so much more. Join NYC’s in-the-know partiers as they revel in the high-energy ambiance at Mission Club and ring in the New Year with a stylish bang. Event Highlights: -5-hour premium open bar -Complimentary appetizers -Special live DJ performance -Complimentary midnight champagne toastIf your New Year’s Eve mission is to find one fantastic party, then consider it fulfilled at NYC’s Mission Club. Get treated like nightlife royalty with deluxe amenities, starting with a free-flowing 5 hour premium open bar. In early evening, satiate your taste buds with complimentary appetizers including classics
Live DJ Performance (Top 40 | Hip Hop | Dance | House| Mash Ups)
The key to continued success for any DJ lies within constant evolution. What were once just two turntables and a mic became two CDs and eventually one laptop. However, Video DJ Chris Landry is now spearheading the latest movement in deejaying, combining audio and visual into one experience.
VJ Chris Landry has delivered his futuristic style of spinning to clubs across the country. A resident DJ at New York City’s famed Webster Hall, Landry spins Thursday nights and often in the 2000-person Grand Ballroom. His monthly residencies at Providence’s (RI) View Lounge and New Haven’s (CT) Alchemy also witness Landry’s new school approach to turntablism. In addition, Landry has performed for crowds in NYC’s 1 OAK, Green House, Tammany Hall, Le Suk, Mr. West, Taj, Avalon, Butter, Snitch, and Katra. For Miami: Mynt, Love Hate, Pawn Shop, and Rok Bar, even Las Vegas’ Rok Vegas most New Years Eves with a 360-degree screen wrapping around the entire venue. When clubs are not equipped with video, Landry provides his own projection screens. “It’s the next level to deejaying,” he states. “I have been deejaying so long that I’m trying to separate myself from anyone else.” When he’s not rocking before thousands at a club, Chris Landry is the opening DJ for Guns N Roses. How’s that for diversity?
While deejaying remains a staple in nightlife, VJ Chris Landry continues to be one step ahead of the game. As he brings a heightened level of energy to the art of turntablism, he has only one goal in mind. “I aim to see people waving their hands in the air and screaming having a great time,” he states, “and keeping them all there until four in the morning.”
New Year's Eve Festive