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Happy New Year!!!
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Okay, so it's almost 2012. But before Quetzalcoatl returns to earth on a raft of snakes, let's talk 2011. It was a lot of fun. We threw parties at night, parties during the day, parties in the rain and at least one party in space. And as the culmination of a bunch of different kinds of parties, we've decided to close out 2011 with our favorite kind of all: the simple kind. Simple, of course, doesn't mean anything less than great.
We're taking over House of Yes for Mister Saturday Night's New Year's Eve. If you haven't yet joined us at House of Yes, prepare to be positively pleased. It's got all the trappings of a great secret party space: plenty of comfortable places to sit, a nice long bar, a perfectly sized dancefloor, and nooks and corners to get a little lost in.
We'll be bringing in the big, blue soundsystem, which has recently been tuned just for the room; Jeffrey Ralston, who installed the amazing space station at our Halloween party, will be dressing up the place special for the evening; and Justin and Eamon will be playing records all night long.
Probably best of all, though, we're going to keep it intimate. No waiting for a drink for an hour at the bar, no standing in crazy lines at the bathroom, and no coat check debacles. Just you, us, some friends and some dancing. And a champagne toast at midnight, of course.
The catch (if you wanna call it that) is that you'll need advance tickets to ring in the New Year with us. That way we can make sure that just the right amount of folks are inside. If you can't make it for the ball drop, we'll be opening the doors for everyone else at 3am, so you can still come and get down on the late end without a ticket.
No matter when, we really hope to kick the year off with you.
Mister Saturday Night does New Years Eve
with residents Justin Carter & Eamon Harkin
*Although we absolutely love to play host to our underage friends, the operators of the space make the rules. When we can, we do it all-ages, but for House of Yes, we've gotta keep it twenty-one and over.