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Welcome back to another WEEKEND! It’s me, your host, Megan Burns, and I’m here to tell you all about what’s on deck the next few days! (Just like every other week, wowee!) There’s loads happening INCLUDING but not limited to a Dolly Parton dance party, the Bob Ross Challenge Live, a screening of Midsommar – Director’s Cut (our GIF theme, obvi) and MORE! Before we get into all the details, let’s first do a little recap of all the rad stuff you might’ve missed on BYT this week if you were too busy feeling pumped for Snoop Dogg’s plant-based donut sandwich at Dunkin Donuts, because that is literally the only positive news that exists in the world haha wow so great!

Thursday January 16

  • You can also catch Phoebe Robinson and Special Guests (in support of Ohio State Representative Phil Robinson) for $25-$60 a ticket!
  • Plus it’s Brown Privilege Comedy 49 at Friends and Lovers ft. Yedoye Travis, Karen Chee, Julia Shiplett and more! (Suggested $5 donation, but technically free!)
  • AND the Found Footage Fest guys are hosting VCR Party at Alamo Drafthouse tonight! Tickets are $15.
  • Just in the mood to cut a rug? Head to House of Yes for this week’s Dirty Thursday, which is dedicated to all things Beyonce tonight! Free as usual!

Friday January 17

  • In terms of tunes, we’ve got round two of Agnes Obel at National Sawdust! Tickets are still $25.
  • More into Cashmere Cat vibes? Head to Webster Hall for a $30 gig!
  • And while we’re on the subject of d-d-d-d-dancin’, you can also head to C’mon Everybody for a new round of Everybody, Everybody: An 80s, 90s + 00s Party! Tickets are just $5 each.
  • Meanwhile, major disco vibes at House of Yes! Midnight Magic will be providing ye olde tunes this evening, and entry is free before 11pm w/ RSVP, up to $30 after that.
  • AND Elsewhere will host ELSEWORLD tonight ft. Leon Vynehall, Moxie, Papi Juice b2b Gardens and more! Tickets are $25 and GOIN’ FAST!
  • Or maybe you just wanna pay tribute to our lord and savior Dolly Parton, in which case hit up 3 Dollar Bill for Adventures BK’s big ol’ birthday bash! Tickets are $15.

Saturday January 18

  • Start your day with a $15 brunch screening of Explorers at Nitehawk Prospect Park, duh! (Or if you can’t drag your ass outta bed today, there’s always a round two tomorrow!)
  • UNLESS you’re rallying at Foley Square before the Women’s March 2020, in which case you might be busy from 10am onward!
  • Movin’ on into tunes territory, you can catch a new round of The Hum at National Sawdust ft. Greta Kline (Frankie Cosmos) & Jilian Medford (Ian Sweet)! Tickets are $18+.
  • Meanwhile, YACHT will be taking over Rough Trade for $17+…
  • …plus catch G Jones, Machinedrum and more at Webster Hall for $35+!

  • For ROFL vibes, park yourself at Union Hall for all of the comedy! First we’ve got a new round of Picture This! ft. Petey DeAbreau, Christi Chiello and more ($8-$10), and second is a new round of Lo-Fi NYC ft. Rachel Pegram, Rachel Joravsky, Ayo Edebiri and more ($8-$10)!
  • You can also head to Caveat for The Bob Ross Challenge Live ft. Janeane Garofalo, Josh Gondelman and more to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society! Tickets are $20-$25 each.
  • But maybe you’re more in the mood for a cinematic twist, in which case hit up the Bell House for the latest edition of A Drinking Game NYC, which is Legally Blonde themed tonight! Tickets are $18.
  • For some real good LGBTQ+ vibes, head on over to C’mon Everybody for a new round of Yes Homo: A Queer Daytime Party! As always, free!
  • Or if that’s too early for ya, just get to Littlefield for a new round of Be Cute! Tickets are $10.

Sunday January 19

  • PLUS there’s a new round of Not Dead Yet w/ hosts Lorelei Ramirez, Ana Fabrega and Amy Zimmer at C’mon Everybody! Tickets are $7-$10 each.
  • Elizabeth Warren fan? Get to the Bell House for Win With Warren Action Party, an afternoon of phone banking, postcarding, trainings, snacks, music and comedy! (Free, ’cause you’re gonna be put to work!)
  • For cinematic vibes, head to Film Noir Cinema for a screening of MIDSOMMAR – Director’s Cut! Tickets are $15.
  • Or if you just really care about the Screen Actors Guild Awards, head to Syndicated for a free screening party!