This Weekend in Lower Manhattan and West Brooklyn, May 11-12

This Weekend in Lower Manhattan and West Brooklyn, May 11-12

Fact: Boredom in New York City basically comes out an ignorance of the many events which are going on. We can all agree that both boredom and ignorance are always bad. Hence we at Battery Park Blog are bringing you a weekly rundown of what to do this weekend in Lower Manhattan and West Brooklyn. So scroll around through our weekend rundown. You may see something you like.

Friday, May 11th

FAB Friday (Outdoor Festival) @ Putnam Triangle Plaze and Fowler Square, FREE
Arts, Crafts, and Games, 3—6pm

  • Putnam Triangle Plaza (Fulton St & Grand Ave)

Wunmi and Slow Commotion, 5-8pm

  • DJ Andrea Clarke, host of “Sister From Another Planet” on WBAI 99.5 FM
  • Putnam Triangle Plaza (Fulton St & Grand Ave)

Digital Diaspora, 5-8 pm

  • Fowler Square (Fulton St & Lafayette Ave)

Afterwork Salsa @ SOB’s (375 Hudson St)- Happy Hour and Live Salsa Show
Dance the night away at SOB’s this Friday as Tipica 73 will be rocking the house with salsa music. The Happy Hour goes from 5-7 pm, dance lessons from 7-8 pm, and show at 8 and 10 pm

  • Ladies Free & Men $10 Before 7pm
  • $15 General Admission for All after 7pm
  • $5.00 Sangria & $3.00 Budweiswer, $20 Bucket of Heineken, Complimentary Garlic Tostones

Neon Indian @Terminal 5 (6 Delancey St), $25-30
This Friday at Terminal one will be a trippy one as the house will be rocking with electronic indie, psychedelic pop and house/techno. Terrminal 5  (6 Delancey St.) is located  in the Lower East Side. One can take the F, J, M, or Z trains to get to this show. The line-up for the evening is:

  • Ducktails- psychedelic pop
  • Lemonade- underground, eclectic dance pop
  • Neon Indian (headline)- electronic indie pop

Saturday, March 31st
This Weekend in Lower Manhattan and West Brooklyn, May 11 12
Spring Community Planting Day @ 110 Wall Street
Bring your green thumbs, planting gloves, and some spring spirit this Saturday as the Downtown Alliance kicks off spring with Spring Community Planting Day. This will be a great way to volunteer and meet your neighbors. Light snacks to be served

The Lamb Lies doewn on Broadway @ 8pm- Tribeca Performing Arts Center (199 Chambers Street), $60
The Musical Box performs a spot-on recreation of the 1974 version written by Peter Gabriel and Genesis entitled “The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway”. The Musical Box’s recreation will use the exact costumes, set, lighting, slideshow and instruments as the original show.

Shal Marshall & Yankee Boy @ SOB’s (375 Hudson St). 11 pm
Shal Marshall & Yankee Boy Saturday, May 12th will be riocking the house with their soca favorites such as Trouble, Motor Bike, and Bartender. Doors 11:00pm , Admission $20 in advance $30 @ the door



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