Evan Haddad


We’ve got five cool events that we’ve curated just for you, Bushwick. Unlike many events pages on other sites, these are actually fun. Even we go to them.  

Snap some amazing pics at one of the events below (or just doing something cool about town) and tag Bushwick Daily on Instagram to have your work included in our weekly photo roundup on Friday. We want to see how awesome your life is!


4-8 p.m. at Artichoke Basille’s Pizza & Bar, 18 Wyckoff Ave.

Dance to Bushwick Billy’s golden oldies of the 50s and 60s at this happy hour. Grab your best girl/boy, a $5 drink, and shake your peacock feathers! Just don’t expect you two will start going steady — especially after a couple of well shots.

Tuesday: Free Show

7:30-11:30 p.m. at Sunnyvale, 1031 Grand St. (between Morgan and Vandervoort Ave.)

Free shows have been happening every Tuesday evening in February at Sunnyvale, so if you haven’t been yet, there’s still time! Big Bliss, Veda Rays, Gift Wrap (Brendon from BBoys), Gesserit (Lyzi from Fruit & Flowers), Gustaf & Tendryyl will be putting out the communal vibes on Tuesday at Sunnyvale. Good times guaranteed, emo tears not included. 

Thursday: The Brobot johnson experience 

8-10 p.m. at The Bushwick Starr, 207 Starr St.

“This is ground control to Major Bro.” Written and performed by Darian Dauchan, who has appeared in on and Off-Broadway, “The Brobot Johnson Experience” promises to be an entertaining, if not delightfully perplexing experience. Rapping androids spreading peace and love across the universe? You got it.

Friday: Mid Riff Comedy Show

8:30-10:30 p.m. at Precious Metal, 143 Troutman St.

Check out this hot comedy show for Women’s History month that features no men whatsoever. Buckle up your belly chains, because the hostesses will be showing their midsections and giving away drinks to a lucky crop top wearer. 

Saturday: Learn the story behind Lucy’s vietnamese kitchen

11-11:50 a.m. at Wythe Hotel, 80 Wythe Ave.

Listen to Johnny Huynh share his experiences being born and raised in Bushwick, experiencing gentrification, his hustles after dropping out of high school, and how he started the first Vietnamese American restaurant in Bushwick: Lucy’s Vietnamese Kitchen.