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The best parties in NYC this month

Check out the best parties New York’s nightlife has to offer, from club nights to globally renowned label takeovers

Photograph: Courtesy Nowadays
By Ro S |

Have the urge to party but don't know where to go? Play our collection of the best DJ mixes of the year, and browse through the list of our favorite danceworthy events, with house music, techno, minimal, acid, hip-hop and more on the bill. Don't miss out on all the secret parties (we recommend bookmarking this page so you're the first to know!). And make sure to satisfy that after-party (or pre-party) appetite on weekends by checking out one of the absolute best brunches NYC has to offer.

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Best parties in NYC this month

Fixed Ninth Anniversary: Waze & Odyssey + Midland
Photograph: Filip Wolak
Nightlife, Clubs

FIXED: Pional

Party-starting duo JDH and Dave P bring Spanish producer Pional stateside for their staple long-running NYC series.

Photograph: Erez Avissar
Nightlife, Daytime parties

Mister Sunday

icon-location-pin Nowadays, Ridgewood

The unbeatable duo of Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin have grounded their world-touring record label and Mister Sunday dance party at the stunning Nowadays space in Ridgewood. Join them every Sunday for jubilant dancing, food truck bites and beyond.    

Photograph: Courtesy Luis Nieto Dickens
Nightlife, Clubs


EBM-influenced spinner Helena Hauff and live performance duo Minimal Violence take over the decks for the second installment in Elsewhere's new signature party series, Elseworld, which promises a "vast psychedelic nightlife experience" replete with immersive lighting by designers Dave and Gabe and top-notch Funktion One audio.

Horse Meat Disco

Horse Meat Disco

The merry lads of Britain’s beloved beats bash hit NYC for another night of joyous (and mostly shirtless) funk. Get down to endless thumping beats from DJ Amber Valentine, the Horse Meat crew and New York's own Lauren Flux (an associate of famed local series the Bunker).

Photograph: Luis Nieto Dickens


This party series has been a mainstay in the city's house scene for the past five years, consistently delivering intimate, underground parties with impressive international lineups. Here Sublimate takes up residence for the night at Gowanus' glittering new dance space, Public Records.

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