Sketch Block, KL Says Goodbye
7pm – We Heart NYC Writers Night + Open Mic:
The Inspired Word Presents We Heart NYC Writers Night + Open Mic at the elegant Gallery at Le Poisson Rouge in the heart of Manhattan’s Greenwich Village.
This is a celebration of emerging New York City writers of all types – poets, novelists, journalists, short story writers. Shows will feature 5 carefully selected readers who have recently released books and a 7 slot open mic (5-minute time limit for each).
The Gallery at LPR (Le Poisson Rouge)
158 Bleecker St
730pm – Long Trail Brewery Presents (JuicyBruce Summer Party at ZEB’s):
We’re going to throw a rager, and you are urged to come first friday of the summer, and you’ll be getting some Juicy funk from JuicyBruce, and you will be elated from all the groovy groove tunes, that we have created.
Following the bruce this time will be Sanah Kadoura and her fellow musicians, you will just adore her when the night will close it’s doors, and the night is through you will be so happy, you won’t know what hit you.
223 W 28 St
8pm – American Candy (Racialicious!!!):
It’s been a SMASH 5 YEARS for AMERICAN CANDY!!!!!! And we’re celebrating a delicious run with a Racialicious SHOW!!!!!
We’re doing what we do best……SEX, GENDER, CLASS and……… RACE!!!!!! And we’re screening a few of the RocketHub Sketches you BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE Funded!!!!!
The Actors Fund Arts Center
160 Schermerhorn St
Brooklyn New York 11201
8pm – The Salt Cracker Crazies Live Tonight:
The Salt Cracker Crazies 8pm to 10pm
Kagero 10pm to midnight
The Way Station
683 Washington Ave
Brooklyn New York 11238
9pm – Wheelchair Sports Camp & People With Teeth:
Wheelchair Sports Camp, the Denver based pseudo hip-hop band is fronted by the disabled, wheelchair bound MC/producer Kalyn. The band is a combination of live and electronic instruments with a more jazzy, noisey, funky, combination to the traditional hip-hop group.
People With Teeth is a hip-hop outfit based out of Brooklyn, NY. Signature songs like “Glenn Beck is Dead”, “We Conscious” and “Rock The Skeleton” have earned the group a reputation as an aggressive, satirically political trio combining hip-hop music with punk attitude.
158 Ludlow St
930pm – Something You’d Like to Try:
Hey kids, I’m throwing a gay cabaret for NYC Pride! I’ll be doing my performing at the lovely Duplex theater.
There will be storytelling, a three piece band, and all the singing — pop, r&b, rock, disco, and only a LITTLE bit of opera – so don’t worry.
The Duplex Cabaret and Piano Bar
61 Christopher St
930pm – Secret Formula Presents (The 90’s Hip-Hop & R&B Sing Along):
Watch out Brooklyn because Here Comes the Hotstepper…Secret Formula’s 90’s Hip-Hop and R&B Sing-Along returns to Union Hall on June 27th with over 2 hours of the hottest, sexiest, party starting hip-hop and R&B music videos from the 90’s with all the lyrics on screen so you and all your friends can sing, rap and dance along together.
702 Union St
Brooklyn New York 11215
10pm – On The Offensive:
“On The Offensive” is one of the most unique comedy shows running in New York City. Now in its second year, O.T.O combines stand-up and off-the-cuff riffing on popular internet videos featuring the best comedians New York City has to offer. After each comic finishes their set, the audience will then screen an online video clip that the comic will provide ruthless commentary on. This show is not for the politically correct. Also, FREE Beer! Probably should have led with that.
Tonight’s Lineup…Jon Fisch, Sabrina Jalees, Luis J. Gomez, Matteo Lane and Doug Smith. Hosted by Mike Feeney.
The Creek and The Cave
10-93 Jackson Ave
LIC New York 11101
1030pm – Too Much Pride Makes The Baby Go Gay!:
The New York Neo-Futurists present a special Gay Pride edition of Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind to benefit the Global Fund for Human Rights.
Featuring….Cecil Baldwin, Jill Beckman, Christopher Borg, Roberta Colindrez, Cara Francis, Dylan Marron, Nessa Norich, Mike Puckett, Emma Reeves, Connor Sampson and Yolanda Wilkinson.
The Kraine Theater
85 E 4th ST
11pm – David and Katie Get Re-Married:
Their friends and family already saw them get married once. They also supported them through their violent and expensive divorce. So they’re not coming. You don’t need to bring a gift and there won’t be free booze. But there might be some cake.
Come bear witness to the rejoining of these two hopefully disillusioned souls, as they express their love through original music, poetry, and dance.
123 E 24th St