Start your Autumn adventure in BK
September always brings those back to school blues, but it doesn’t mean life around Hub gets any less fun. As always, you are surrounded by special events, culture, and the best food and drink one can ask for!
29Rooms is back, for not just one, but two extended weekends. It’s time to get excited for one of the coolest events during NY Fashion Week, presented by Refinery29. This stellar and interactive exhibition features 29 unique rooms designed by various brands, artists, celebrities and other creatives. 29Rooms will be held in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn at 588 Baltic Street. Get your tickets to one of the most Instagrammable moments of the Fall.
Hub is a short walk away from Roulette, which hosts the acclaimed Resonant Bodies Festival this September. Get tickets for the sixth annual incarnation of New York’s most innovative festival with contemporary vocal artists. If you’re looking to experience something new and different when it comes to Live music, Resonant Bodies Festival will not disappoint.
Barclays Center has so much going on this September! Hub is right near some of the biggest concerts & sporting events in town. Start the month off right with Drake in concert on September 1st and be sure to check out the New York Islanders games on Sept 18th and 20th to cheer on your hometown team. Need something for the kids? Children will really enjoy Sesame Street Live! Let’s Party at Barclays September 21st through the 23rd.
One of the most beloved musicals is coming to your ‘hood. Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! opens at St. Ann’s Warehouse on Sept 27. It’s going to be the hot ticket in town, so get your tickets while you can. This newly reimagined take on the classic is coming to St. Ann’s after several sold-out runs. St. Ann’s Warehouse always presents exciting, thought-provoking shows and seeing this new production of Oklahoma! will be a not-to-miss event.
You may have been enjoying rosé all day on Hub’s terrace, but September is time to explore Brooklyn’s world-renowned distilleries. Shop local at these artisan places and find some true Brooklyn-made spirits. Kings County Distillery is New York City’s oldest distillery and the first to get a license to distill alcohol in New York City post-prohibition. If you want a special treat from Kings County Distillery, taste their Chocolate Whiskey, which is moonshine infused with cacao bean husks from Williamsburg’s Mast Brothers Chocolate. Once you’ve enjoyed the moonshine, be sure to visit Standard Wormwood Distillery, which started out making a potent absinthe, but now specializes in rye whiskey. Don’t forget to also make your way to Van Brunt Stillhouse which won a 2018 Good Food Award for their bourbon- proving a good reason to make your way to Red Hook. Visit these distilleries and buy a bottle to enjoy in your apartment while watching those gorgeous sunsets.
Take advantage of all life has to offer by Hub!