Electric Beach will be taking over Slate NYC and turning it into Subclub, featuring a new state of the art sound system, LED screens, smoke canons and many more surprises. Each week will feature top DJ talent from around the world.
Climb aboard ZEPHYR, a one-of-a-kind luxury yacht, for an opportunity to view New York City from the comfort of multiple
climate-controlled decks. Surrounded by spectacular sights outside and
elegant amenities inside, you will glide past many of New York's most
legendary landmarks, including the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State
Building and the Brooklyn Bridge.
From start to finish, ZEPHYR provides a unique fun-filled
experience. A cash bar is available on board to keep you refreshed along
the way. Departs from Pier 16 in the historic South Street Seaport in Downtown Manhattan.
9:45 Set Sail
12:00 We dock but the DJ keeps on rocking
Free Admission to Highline Ballroom After Party with ticket. Tickets purchased must be picked up at Will Call located at the ticket booth prior to boarding. This is event is 21+ with proper ID
Fridays is quickly becoming a top choice of club goers seeking a unique
musical experience. The array of live entertainment including costumed
dancers, aerialists, electric violinists, drummers and many surprises
each week completes the high production value and state of the art sound
system that comes standard with the venue. Those who step through the
doors of Cirque Fridays every week are immediately taken into a
different world where style and class is paired with beats by a
handpicked lineup of electronic DJ talent.
Highline Ballroom is a venerable concert space and lounge in NYC’s
trendy Chelsea neighborhood. The venue has hosted a wide array of talent
over the years. Talent as diverse as 50 Cent, Reggie Watts, Backstreet
Boys, and Sir Paul McCartney have graced HB’s immense stage, so each
night is a sonic treat. At Highline Ballroom, concert goers enjoy the
hottest tunes from the lap of luxury: this Ballroom features a variety
of plush seating and modern amenities to luxuriate in, whether in front
of the stage, or from the grand second floor balcony. Music at the venue
is amplified by a state-of-the-art sound system and every performance
is set off by intense concert lighting. It’s an epic nightlife venue
that’s been leaving audiences stunned for years.
One World and PNY Events welcome you to The One World Summer Blow Out Fundraiser
Ticket Includes 2 Hour Open Bar (Well Drinks and Beer)
One World is an up-and-coming national organization aimed at uniting the special needs and mainstream populations. Inspired by her brother, Jonathan Preiser, and cousin Jamie Metzger, who both have special needs, Danielle N. Preiser began One World as a club at Kennedy High School in 2009. One World bridges the gap between the special needs and mainstream populations through volunteer service, fundraisers, and peer education.
One World began as an outside chartered club at John F. Kennedy High School in Bellmore, NY. Danielle faced much strife because her school did not have the proper funds to allocate an advisor or proper sponsorship for the club. Despite a rocky start, One World became a success at the school. The club still thrives today and prides itself on over 100 members.
During Danielle’s high school experience, One World’s cause was to raise $15,000 for Fragile X Research. Both Danielle’s brother, Jonathan, and cousin Jamie have Fragile X Syndrome. Fragile X is a genetic impairment resulting from a broken X chromosome. Though many people have never heard of this syndrome, it is very similar to Autism. One World was able to raise in excess of $40,000 for the FRAXA Research Foundation. These funds are still being used on research projects looking to cure Fragile X Syndrome.
Now, One World is in the process of becoming a nonprofit organization. The 1023, which allows tax-deductible donations, is complete and the 501c3 is pending. One World has changed its focus. As of September 2012, Danielle has
raised funds to initiate One World’s new cause: One Special World,
a group home for middle- to high-functioning people with special needs.
Jonathan will be one of its residents.
This home will take years to create, but once established, it will be built from special funds to secure special futures for its special residents.
Danielle has fought for her life for the past 5 years and her dying wish was to secure funds for this home. Thankfully, Danielle's fight is over and she is healthy. Now, her living goal is for One Special World to be built and shine. Please watch the attached video that Danielle's friends made while she was away at a clinic: