It's our 5th anniversary! Come celebrate with us!
I Love Vinyl was founded in the Summer of 2009 by six seasoned djs hailing from NYC, Chicago, Baltimore, and beyond, with over 100 years of deejaying and 100K plus records between them. They had a dream of carving out a sacred space for the music they love and a shared belief in its power. They would play vinyl only because something about that felt special to them, and they bet they weren't the only ones... There were a few more ground rules. This is how it would work. This is how it would go down: All of the available residents would play every party together. No headliner. No "draw". Just the music, and the way it's played.
The wager paid off.
The clubgoing denizens of NYC showed up and made the dream a reality. The parties were equal parts therapy session, history lesson, homecooked meal, and cosmic journey. The music was deep, far-reaching, and always different. And the crowd was unusually diverse, unpretentious, and just downright nice. Everyone was welcome, and truly seemed to feel that way. And so the word spread. The party sprouted a second home in Brooklyn. Then a third in Amsterdam. Special events were held at cultural institutions from Lincoln Center to Celebrate Brooklyn, plus museums, colleges, and more. A podcast was born and continues to grow...
This summer, we celebrate 5 years of living our dream, 5 years of incredible music and togetherness, with a huge party on the Circle Line. We can't wait to thank you all for the immeasurable gift you have given us, and to dance the night away with you as the sun sets and the starry night falls, with breathtaking views of the world's most striking skyline and a warm breeze on our sweaty, smiling faces.
I Love Vinyl and TBA Brooklyn present
I Love Vinyl's
June 7, 2014
Circle Line Cruises
West 42nd Street/West Side Hwy
6pm-12am (7pm sail)
Advanced Tickets on Resident Advisor: http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?598906
$15 EARLY BIRD SPECIAL! (until May 25)
$25 after that
$30 at the boat
The Medium Is The Message
No Laptops, Since 2009