Thanksgiving is almost here, and for those of us in NYC that means two extra days off work to turn up!
Sure, plenty of people are heading out of town to visit relatives, but when you’re in the city that never sleeps there’s no shortage of events—even on Thanksgiving weekend. Festivities will begin on “Thanksgiving Eve” with nightclubs like Vandal and Tao throwing huge parties to kick off the long holiday weekend.
The weekend shenanigans continue with Kirill in town on Saturday to pour bottles on bottles of champagne at the Highline Ballroom!
Here are the absolute best weekend events you’ll want to grab tickets for a.s.a.p.:
Thanksgiving Eve at VANDAL
Everyone will be out Wednesday night getting lit before feasting on loads of comfort food all day Thursday. At Vandal, you’ll party until 4am, sipping on incredible drinks and dancing to kick ass music played by some of the city’s hottest DJs.
Get your tickets for Thanksgiving Eve at VANDAL here.
Thanksgiving Eve at TAO Downtown Nightclub!
Tao is, hands down, one of the most popular nightclubs in NYC. Wednesday night they’ll be kicking off the holiday weekend with DJs Lohrasp Kansara, DJ Spade, DJ Webbee, and Bruno Freshco spinning throughout the night!
Get your tickets for Thanksgiving Eve at TAO Downtown Nightclub! here.
EDX Live @ Central Lounge!
Thursday’s for feasting, but on Friday the party continues at Central Lounge. Fans of house music will quickly recognize EDX—who’s collaborated with artists like Deadmau5, Axwell, and Benny Benassi—playing music live at the event!
Get your tickets for EDX Live @ Central Lounge here.
Fall Fest ’17 @ The Attic Rooftop!
For a guaranteed fun night out head to Attic Rooftop on Friday. Drinks will be flowing and DJs will be playing hip hop and reggae all night long for Fall Fest.
Get your tickets for Fall Fest ’17 @ The Attic Rooftop! here.
Kirill Was Here @ Highline Ballroom Thanksgiving Weekend
If you know Kirill you already know this party is going to be ROWDY! Known for documenting the wild nightlife scene, Kirill is trusted by artists like Steve Aoki to capture the wild and raunchy moments that go on at shows. Champagne will be poured, but not in glasses.