Subway Swing: A Boogie for the Ages

Subway Swing
Courtesy New York Transit Museum

Time Out says

The New York Transit Museum’s decommissioned 1936 subway station will be bumpin’ with big bands and swing dance on Thursday night.

Subway Swing: A Boogie for the Ages will let in partiers after the museum’s regular hours to dance to live jazz bands and drink–everyone is encouraged to wear their best vintage outfits, too. 

The 1936 subway station spans an entire city block underneath the museum and houses 20 vintage subway and elevated cars that date back to 1907. Guests can board them and take their selfies inside, too.

Tickets include access to the museum’s exhibits, which include, and a signature cocktail. Additional drink tickets are $5 cash-only.

Doors open at 6pm and a final performance is slated for 8:15pm near the museum’s turnstiles.

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