Mister New Year's Eve

  • Hey there. Tickets are completely sold out for this party, and there won't be any available at the door. If you're still holding on to hope for a ticket, the only way to get one is through RA's resale system. The RA resale system allows ticket purchasers to repost a ticket for sale through this page. If someone posts their ticket for resale, it will appear here as if tickets are on sale as usual. (If you see tickets available, buy them fast!) If you have purchased a ticket a need to pass it on, remember that ticket transfers outside of RA's official ticket exchange aren't allowed. We do this to keep the price the same for everyone. Here's information on the resale system: http://www.residentadvisor.net/news.aspx?id=25747 The ticket resale system closes at 3pm on the day of the party. Once the system closes, it won't be possible to buy or sell a ticket anymore. Okay! On with the show! _/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/ We're doing a New Year's Eve party. Last year we couldn't find the right space, so we took the night off. But this year, we've found an amazing, cathedral-like space in the heart of Brooklyn. We keep the tickets limited so there's plenty of room for dancing and no long lines to get in or at the bar. It's basically an antidote to a typical New Year's out. The party runs from 8pm to 2am – excellent timing for a New Year's Eve party, whether you're making us your first stop of a long night or toasting the new year, having a dance and heading home – and Justin and Eamon will DJ all night, no doubt airing out their favorite records of 2015 and playing some of 2016's future classics. We'll reveal the location to ticket-holders close to party time, but rest assured that the party is in Brooklyn, very close to eleven train lines (Atlantic Terminal is just a few blocks away). It really couldn't be anymore convenient to get to and from. We're looking forward to seeing you on the dancefloor. Until then, happy holidays. **A note on pricing. We're aware that $50 is steep compared to our normal entry fee. Asking you to spend more money is not something we do lightly; we always want our parties to feel relatively affordable. On New Year's, though, prices go up for us, and for the particular venue we're using this year, the costs are particularly high. We didn't want to take another NYE off for lack of a good venue, and we wanted to make sure that if we did do a NYE party that it was a comfortable space. Anyway, all that is to say we're not trying to milk you for money just because it's a holiday.**
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