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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Saturday, September 20

The Delicate Cloud People’s Revolutionary Assembly

The Wild Project, 195 E Third St (btwn Aves A/B), thewildproject.com. A group of talented performers—sorry, “delicate cloud people”—are unionizing and forming a revolution. Catch queer favorites like Shane Shane, Eric Schmalenberger, Sam Kogon, Michael Cavadis, and others. 8pm; $10 advance/$15 general admission.
 

High Homodays

Hudson Terrace, 621 W 46th St (btwn 11th/12th Aves), myhebro.com. Skip Rosh Hashana dinner with your grandparents this year and forget to fast; Hebro has a much better way for you to celebrate the high holidays! Be a good Jewish boy and party with your favorite Hebrew hotties, first with a social at 9pm, then a wild dance party at 10pm. DJ Steve Sidewalk spins all night so you can spin like a dreidel—wrong holiday, right sentiment. 9pm; $15 advance/$20 general admission.
 

El Ring

Atlas Social Club, 753 Ninth Ave (btwn 50th/51st Sts), atlassocialclub.com. Get into the ring and throw a punch or two—ok, no actual violence is allowed at Marco Ovando’s Lucha Libre-themed party, but you can get a little rough with the men at Atlas. 10pm; free.
 

NEW: Glow

G Lounge, 225 W 19th St (btwn Seventh/Eighth Aves), glounge.com. Let your light shine bright at Kareem McJagger’s luminescent new bash. Get lit as DJ Scott Martin spins and hosts Untitled Queen and Jahlove provide their very own special brand of bioluminescence. 10pm; free.
 

Interracial

Lovegun, 617 Grand St (btwn Lorimer/Leonard Sts), Williamsburg, gayletter.com. Gayletter’s Tom Jackson and Abi Benitez  know a thing or two about parties, join them as they revive their mixed dance party at Williamsburg’s newest gay watering hole, with DJ Sammy Jo providing the beats. 10pm; free.
 

Deborah Cocks

One Last Shag, 348 Franklin Ave (btwn Greene/Lexington Aves), Clinton Hill, onelastshag.com. Feel your millennial oats at this Y2K dance party, presented by The Pops. Mikey Pop will be spinning retro jams all night as Charlene triggers your inner tween with nostalgic shows. If you really want to get deep into the millennial mood, sip on Sex and the City-inspired cocktail specials, mixed up by Shain K. Pop behind the bar. 10pm; free.
 

Viva Saturdays

Stage 48, 605 W 48th St (btwn 11th/12th Aves), vivasaturdays.com. John Blair, Beto Sutter, Ric Sena, and BoiParty’s weekly rage is like a circuit party you don’t have to travel to. Stage 48’s state of the art sound system will be on fire thanks to DJ Alexander, with DJ David Serrano throwing down in the Pop Room. 11pm; $20–$25.

Saturday, September 20, 2014