Kerri Chandler is set to play a 3-hour set a New York’s House of Yes next weekend, Friday 18th May.
The Chicago house legend will join support acts including Eric Holt, Dopeshoes, Kelso and more.
The show is part of DJ Mag North America’s Best Of North America awards tour and the theme is Illusions of Grandeur. Costumes that support the theme are encouraged so think: rabbits in hats, magicians in tuxedos, disappearing doves and more!
DJ Mag welcomes the inimitable Carl Craig as Treetops presents our Best of North America Awards tour at New York's House of Yes for on Saturday 22nd July.
Carl Craig — who is nominated in the Best Producer category for our very first Best of North America Awards — needs no introductions; the godfather of Detroit techno and world-renowned DJ, Craig has been at the forefront of the techno revolution for over two decades.
Craig takes a forward-thinking approach to his output, often working with rock, jazz or classical musicians.
House of Yes is anything but your typical nightclub. Located in Brooklyn’s eclectic Bushwick neighborhood, this rhinestone studded fun-house has become a haven for all things artistic. While dance parties are among the venue’s most popular offerings, House of Yes is also home to immersive cinema, performance art, circus, theatrical and community group events. Its unique layout makes it especially versatile and ideal for their ever-popular schedule of “costume required” theme nights which range from glitter balls to ‘70s style disco takeovers.
Location: Brooklyn, NY, USA
House Of Yes bills itself as “the best venue ever” and, though a bold claim, it’s also quite convincing. The venue identifies as a temple of expression, a safe space, a creative playground and a performance-fueled nightclub, so to label it just a club is to sell this imaginative heaven short. The venue creates unique nightlife experiences via interactive theatrics, aerial circus spectacles and experience design, all powered by performance, audience interaction and music. While past DJs and artists include Todd Terry, Greg Wilson and Sharam, the magic really lives in the venue’s internal programming, which includes theatre, performance art, variety shows, burlesque nights, drag competitions and vogue balls. House Of Yes welcomes weirdos of all shapes and sizes, making it a home for everyone and anyone. Just say “yes” when the house beckons.
With a regular spot in our DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs poll, it’s no wonder Brooklyn’s favorite techno outpost, Output, clinched out a Best Of North America win. As one reader commented, “The sound system is hands down one of the best in the five boroughs.” Having spent more than one night immersed inside its Funktion One laden walls, we are hard-pressed to disagree. The 12,000-square-foot venue is a converted warehouse, with unvarnished concrete and exposed steel beams lending a vibe that suits its regular line-ups – think residents like Horse Meat Disco, Bonobo and Seth Troxler.