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February Fun in New York City to Warm You Up

February Fun in New York City to Warm You Up

The cold months are here. Luckily, coming up in February are a ton of hot events to warm you up.

Winter Warmer is Taking Over The Brooklyn Expo Center on 2/2 – Celebrate everything you love about winter in one delicious festival. Join Cannonball Productions on Saturday, February 2nd at the Brooklyn Expo Center (75 Noble Street) for unlimited spiked drinks, craft beer, & free-flowing bubbly. Top local chefs will be on-site selling and serving up your favorite winter comfort foods from the likes of Empanada Papa, Adrii’s Kitchen, Brooklyn Baked & Fried, Fournos, Knot of this World, fresh & co, Areppas, Angry Archie’s, Memphis Seoul and Rooster Boy NYC and the music, games & seasonal comfort foods will bring you that just-off-the-slopes feeling (without all the windburn). General admission ticket holders can choose between the 1:30pm or 5:30pm session and entry includes a commemorative tasting glass for craft beer, spirits and wine sampling. Your favorite local breweries will be pouring their best winter varietals, including Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc and Mike’s Hard. This boozy wonderland will also feature live music, shotskis and fire pits. VIP tickets get you in 30 minutes early for first dibs on all the seasonal favorites. Plus, you gain exclusive access to a cozy lounge with specialty cocktails and a decadent make your own s’more station. For more information and tickets visit, https://www.winterwarmer.nyc/

The Enthusiastic Dad’s Winter Formal at The Springs Kicks off on 2/1 – The Enthusiastic Dad’s Winter Formal is coming to The Springs in Greenpoint (224 Franklin St) every Friday and Saturday in February, kicking off on February 1st.  Go stag or with a date and dress for the occasion!  $65 Open Bar tickets include punch bowl cocktails, wine, wine coolers, beer, house cocktails and Zima of course.  A DJ will spin contemporary and throwback tunes to get everyone on the dance floor and the party will rage on from 10pm – 2am.  And don’t worry, there will be a completely awkward winter formal photo booth to capture this sure-to-be epic night out. More information on the Enthusiastic Dad’s Winter Formal can be found at – https://www.thespringsbklyn.com/.

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Roller Wave Roller Skating Pop-Up Disco Party at Schimanski on 2/9 – Ride the roller wave at Schimanski in Brooklyn (54 N 11th Street) on Saturday, February 9th from 6pm-10pm for a roller skating pop-up disco party. Tickets are $25 for roller skate rentals and admission and $15 if you bring your own. Roll in with your favorite disco themed hair and makeup while skating and dancing to funky beats. For tickets please visit, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rollerwave-tickets-55427535250.

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Le Trumpet at FREEHOLD on 2/22Spencer Ludwig’s immersive live music performance, Le Trumpet, will take place on Friday, February 22nd from 9pm to midnight at FREEHOLD Brooklyn (45 S 3rd Street). This monthly residency on the last Friday of each month through May pairs surprise musicians, dancers and DJ’s making Le Trumpet one of the most anticipated curated experiences in New York City this year. After cutting his teeth as the trumpeteer in the multi-platinum band Capital Cities from 2012-2015, this LA born, Brooklyn based vocalist and instrumentalist has gone rogue, adding a new dimension of possibility to not only his sonic weapon of choice, but to pop music as well. No cover, RSVP to attend by emailing rsvp@freeholdbrooklyn.com – More information can be found at www.freeholdbrooklyn.com

 

 

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