We love the nightlife, we love to boogie, especially when the disco party is FREE. Discosynthesis is a dance party of disco hits from the 70s, 80s and 90s on the second and fourth Saturday of the month, at Union Hall in Park Slope.
This Saturday night fever starts at 11:59pm, a disco minute before midnight, and lasts until the disco ball stops spinning at 3am.
In addition to disco, Discosynthesis features new wave, pop, and house music, mixed to encourage even the staunchest wallflower get on the floor and boogie. You probably won’t look as good as John Travolta, but you’ll have fun, and get some exercise, too.
Admission is free, and there’s a cash bar. Admission is only for those 21+, and you might be asked for an ID, so be sure to tuck one into your shoulder pads.
Union Hall is 702 Union St., between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Click here for more information and a sound check of some of the music.
If you prefer 50s and 60 rock ‘n’ roll, head to Cafe Iguana in Midtown on Sunday, March 8th, for Sock Hop Sundays, an every-other-Sunday dance party to classic Doo Wop, Elvis, Platters, Coasters, Del Vikings, Silhouettes and some Motown sprinkled in.
See you on the dance floor.