Sonic Jungle Aims to Bring Wellness and Environmental Sustainability to Brooklyn's Nightlife
Sonic Jungle's cultural oasis pop-up kicks off next week with eyes on a permanent location in Bushwick.
With the icy, depressing February weather setting in and the political climate providing even less comfort, it's easy to forget about self-care and wellness.
Luckily, Sonic Jungle's organizers aim to help Brooklynites recharge their metaphorical batteries and find inspiration at their cultural oasis pop-up event, happening periodically throughout the winter and early spring with an eventual Bushwick location in 2018.
Starting this month, Sonic Jungle will launch their Cultural Oasis Pop-Up Series, which aims to help attendees reconnect with nature by providing a unique sensory experience that combines a nightclub atmosphere with the promotion of wellness and community consciousness.
According to the event's mission statement, "The Sonic Jungle's Cultural Oasis Pop-Up event series aims to help people prioritize their health by showcasing art, music, wellness and eco-technology as catalysts for innovation and impact. We are building a collaborative community where people can recharge, find inspiration, and find genuine social connections that are founded in creating positive change."
The series will be host to a wide variety of different mindful, sensory and wellness-focused features, such as massage and Reiki, an Infared spa, LED art and sculpture exhibitions, and a musical lineup to keep the good vibes going all night.
The Cultural Oasis series will kick off February 25 in a 44,000 square-foot event space at 510 Flatbush Ave. Sonic Jungle's founders plan to move the event to a permanent Bushwick location in 2018.
See you there!
Featured image courtesy of Sonic Jungle.