It’s time for our weekly events round-up!

This week contains a variety of events, including a Guy Fieri party at the Windjammer, a Halloween themed drag brunch at Queen, a new NFT art show at DorDor Gallery and more!

To submit an event for consideration in next week’s list, email Schroeder at Bushwick Daily dot com!


Thursday, October 14

The Nat Janoff Group at Queens Brewery

What is it?

Jazz up your Thursday evening by sitting back and relaxing to the sounds of contemporary jazz by Nat Janoff, Koko Bermejo and Paul Goldfinger while sipping on an ice cold beer and supporting a small business and independent artists.

Where is it?

Queens Brewery, 1539 Covert St.

When is it?

8 – 11 p.m.

How much is it?

Free


Friday, October 15

FELT Zine IRL: NYC Villains NFT Release Party

What is it?

FELT Zine IRL: NYC Villains NFT Release Party is an upcoming NFT art show and party with DJ sets happening at DorDor Gallery.

FELT is an experimental internet art platform and artist collective. Its IRL and URL experiences examine digital activism, hip-hop culture, race, gender and class.

Where is it?

Dordor Gallery, 45 Irving Ave.

When is it?

9:30 p.m.

How much is it?

$10


VENASHITSHOW: Night of 69 Guy Fieris

What is it?

Hosted by Footlight Presents, dress up as one of the many versions of Guy Fieri to benefit The Innocence Project, an organization that works to free innocent people from prison, prevent wrongful convictions and reform the criminal legal system. 

Where is it?

The Windjammer, 552 Grandview Ave. 

When is it?

9 p.m.

How much is it?

$10 suggested donation


Saturday, October 16

Wet Tenderspot Bitches

What is it?

A party celebrating the release of Tenderheart Bitches‘ new EP, featuring live performances by Tenderheart Bitches, Media Queer, and Ash Blight.

Where is it?

Wet Spot, 175 Stockholm St.

When is it?

Doors at 7:30 p.m.

Show at 8 p.m.

How much is it?

$10


Sunday, October 17

Scream Queens Drag Brunch

What is it?

Partake in spooky season drag queen style with a Halloween themed brunch. All tables include a one and a half hour drag show and one free drink per person of either mimosa or Aperol spritz. Bottomless mimosas and brunch are sold separately.

Where is it?

Queen Bar & Restaurant, 247 Starr St.

When is it?

Twice per day from 1 – 2:30 p.m. and 3 – 4:30 p.m. every Sunday from October 17 to October 31.

How much is it?

Starts at $40


Monday, October 18

Sorry Mom at the Knitting Factory

What is it?

Rock out on a Monday night to Sorry Mom, a New England based femme queer punk band, Cop Out, a queer band from New York City and Slow Fiction, a New York City based band influenced by early 2000s garage band rock. 

Where is it?

Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Ave. 

When is it?

Doors open at 6 p.m.

Show starts at 7 p.m.

How much is it?

$15 in advance and $20 at the door.


Wednesday, October 20

The Shivas at TV Eye

What is it?

From Portland, The Shivas are celebrating the release of their new LP, “Feels So Good, Feels So Bad” with Native Sun, from New York City.

Where is it?

TV Eye, 1647 Weirfield St.  

When is it?

8:30 p.m.

How much is it?

$12 in advance and $15 at the door.


Featured Image: Grand Opening of DorDor Gallery

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