Yay it's New York Internet Week! That means lots of tech, media, general nerdy stuff (not limited to Star Wars, memes, Game of Thrones references etc.), and plenty of parties! For our Internet Week only party guide go here. For other happenings this week, read on!
Internet Week New York Opening Party
When: Monday 14th. 7pm-10pm
Where: 82 Mercer, New York.
This year's Opening Party features music curated in collaboration with Rcrd Lbl and MNDR and Wild Belle, and a DJ set from Michna. Only way in is with an Insider pass, available here.
Dim Mak Tuesdays w/ Switch, Dirty Rock, Bones + More
When: May 15th, 9pm
Where Dim Mak Studios
Switch headlines another killer Tuesday night of Dim Mak music. Free vodka from 9-10.
Wine and Dine Wednesday
When: May 16th, 6pm
Where: Hudson Terrace
This informal tasting, presented by iAdventure, features a selection of 5 wines from various Vineyards each week. Our resident Wine Sommelier will be on hand to discuss the colors and aromas as the flavor hits your palette.
Big Freedia And The Divas
When: May 17th, 11pm
Where: Santos Party House
Big Freedia (pronounced “Free-da”) is the undisputed “Queen Diva” of Bounce Music.
The Chainsmokers at Skyroom Rooftop
When: May 18th, 11pm
Where: Skyroom, 330 West 40th st.
Prive Event Planning invites you for a special edition of Skyroom Fridays (70 degrees of rooftop fun Atop New York City) Spring Romance with Rockstar DJs THE CHAINSMOKERS Performing Alongside FRANCIS MERCIER
When: May 19th, 11pm
Where: Aspen Social, 157 West 47th Street
Party with DJ Rawbeatz. Bottle service specials, and ladies free before 12:30 / Gents $10 before 12:30
When: May 20th, 5pm
Where: Osteria il Paiolo 106 N 6th St, Brooklyn
Northern Italian Celebration of Polenta comes to Williamsburg May 20 Kicks Off 5-day Salute to Popular Italian Staple In the small Piedmont town of Avigliana, May is the month to celebrate the Northern Italian staple, polenta, with the Festival di Polenta. The Main Square is transformed as people come from far and wide to taste a variety of polenta dishes cooked using local recipes