Hey bloggers, or whoever could be reading this blog. And that website called spacebook, myspace, myplace, faceplace, spaceplace, I mean facebook seems to be full of events. And unless one has been stuck in one of those caves in the stone age, one must have heard of that social media website in this social media web 2.0 user generated content era. And I know facebook is full of events because that facebook page I signed up for in my facebookaholicness says it’s full of events. And it seems to be full of events from other friends who are also signed up on that website. And it also seems as if there can be a million facebook events and more posted on that facebook page from facebook friends each day, as those number of facebook event invitations of you have such and such an amount of invitations to click on you will attend this event, you will not attend this event or you maybe will attend this event can go from 57 to 570 invitations in a matter of seemingly minutes, maybe. And so some of those events to be found on that facebook page in that city of New York are as follows:
Panic: A Dance Party at Gallery Bar
Dance With:..Dirty Finger, DJ Dimitry, Spanky!,Gamora and Dan2600
Hosted By: Feral Children, Kimberly Nies, Brenndon Knox, Aaron Gibbs, Carolyn Brennan and Distroy Allorchs
Vox Illuminati: The Party That Never Was – Welcome to Paradise and
Castle Vox Presents: The Experience with your favorite DJ’s Atomic, Hiro Tha Jap, Joro Boro, Drty Fnga, Anton Glamm, Morphous Shizaru and more.
Rally and garden party with Time’s Up, Reverend Billy and the Church of Life After Shopping Choir with tribute to Michael Shenker. At the El Jardin del Paraiso! Community Garden.
RED BARAAT 2nd Anniversary Party at Southpaw
Come party with Red Baraat and celebrate their 2nd anniversary!
DJ – Chances with Wolves
1ST THURSDAY – DUMBO GALLERY WALK Dumbo’s Monthly Gallery Walk! With this month’s highlights including: Giacobetti Paul Gallery’s “Choreographies.” A performance by… Larry Krone as part of Smack Mellon’s “Press Play” Concert Series; and much more!
St. Ann’s Warehouse presents
FELA! FREE CONCERT IN BROOKLYN BRIDGE PARK
THE MUSIC OF FELA KUTI
Aaron Johnson, Music Director
St. Ann’s Warehouse presents The Music of Fela Kuti, a free concert. Sahr Ngaujah and the live band from FELA! on Broadway, will perform music by the towering Nigerian figure who invented Afrobeat.