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

We’ve listed a whole week’s worth of free and affordable events happening in and around the neighborhood.

This week is packed with tons of great events, including a sake tasting and pop up event at Mika, an evening of songs and stories at Wet Spot, the return of Bare Book Club and more!

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


Thursday, September 30

Launch of Soup Queen BK’s bi-weekly pop up

What is it?

Every other Thursday, Soup Queen BK will be holding a pop up at 101 Wilson Bar with an evolving list of partners. This week, the Queen will be accompanied by The Empanada Project and Headset.

Where is it?

101 Wilson Bar, 101 Wilson Ave.

What time?

5 p.m.

How much is it?

Free to attend


Friday, October 1

World Sake Day at Mika

What is it?

Mika is inviting everyone to celebrate World Sake Day with a sake tasting pop up event. There will be food and art from more than a dozen vendors and, of course, sake from Kato Sake Works, Sakeman, Kubota and Skurnik Wines and Spirits.

Where is it?

Mika, 25 Thames St.

What time?

5-9 p.m.

How much is it?

$35 for 12 kinds of sake tasting + sake glass


Bare Book Club NYC

What is it?

Bare Book Club, “a group of beautiful womxn who love to read…naked,” is returning. The night will feature “selections that celebrate how NYC is beautiful, it’s many treasures, and why New Yorkers love to hate and hate to love this glorious metropolis.” Cast includes Anja Keister, Regal Mortis, Juno Stardust and LaikaFox.

Where is it?

The City Reliquary, 370 Metropolitan Ave.

What time?

Doors: 6:30 p.m.

How much is it?

$18-$28


Saturday, October 2

Bye Bye Self-Love, Hello Pop-Tarts

What is it?

According to Wet Spot, this event is an “interdisciplinary storytelling event written and performed by Daniel James Belnavis that sheds light upon his experience as a gay Black artist navigating a world steeped in systemic racism, homophobia, and ‘other debilitating oppressions spawned by patriarchy’.”

Where is it?

Wet Spot, 175 Stockholm St.

What time?

7:30 p.m.

How much is it?

$15


Sunday, October 3

Nola Benefit: Glen David Andrews, Brass Queens, Jessie Smith and Cody Jones

What is it?

A benefit show for stranded New Orleans musicians featuring Glen David Andrews, Brass Queens, Jessie Smith and Cody Jones.

Where is it?

The Sultan Room, 234 Starr St.

What time?

Doors: 7 p.m.

How much is it?

$20


Tuesday, October 5

Crypto NYC Meetup

What is it?

Meet, network with and learn from other crypto folk every Tuesday.

Where is it?

Nowadays, 56-06 Cooper Ave.

What time?

7 p.m.

How much is it?

Free


Wednesday, October 6

Rooftop show at Our Wicked Lady

What is it?

A rooftop show featuring Cal Fish, May Rio and Tony Vaz.

Where is it?

Our Wicked Lady, 153 Morgan Ave.

What time?

7 p.m.

How much is it?

$12


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