This Thanksgiving weekend, House of Yes and The Selectors proudly present Nothing Gold Can Stay with Craig Richards on Friday, November 25, as they welcome one of the main driving forces and the most notable resident DJ from London’s world renowned clubbing institution, fabric, for a rare New York appearance. As a manner of standing in worldwide solidarity in efforts to support the famous venue against the recent decision by the Islington Council to revoke its license, House of Yes and The Selectors have joined fabric’s #saveourculture campaign to raise awareness amongst New York City clubgoers. As members of the global clubbing and nightlife community, please donate to fabric’s #saveourculture campaign here.
Launched earlier this year, Brooklyn-based event curator, The Selectors, is an explicitly DJ-focused event series that showcases artists whose history and abilities have set them apart as important influences for curators and the music world at large. Brought to you by the co-founder of BlkMarket Membership Taimur Agha and his wife Gina Marie Agha. The third event in this highly respected series will see the legendary fabric resident Craig Richards, Berlin-based DJ and prominent record digger Nicolas Lutz, The Selectors own Taimur Agha together with House on Mute’s established curator and resident Cry Baby. Come dressed in GOLD for an all gold costume ball affair.
Together with House of Yes’ immersive clubbing experience party goers can expect an intimate dance floor clubbing experience getting up and close with the DJs as they deliver sets of the highest possible standard of excellence. Accompanying the beats will be the usual House of Yes jaw dropping aerial and immersive entertainment alongside exceptional video projection mapping.
Friday, November 25
The Selectors & House of Yes present: Nothing Gold Can Stay
Craig Richards (fabric)
Nicolas Lutz (My Own Jupiter)
Taimur Agha (The Selectors)
Cry Baby (House on Mute)
House of Yes
2 Wyckoff Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11237
Advance tickets available on ResidentAdvisor.com while supplies last