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We are a great group of Gay Men that have time during the day to enjoy each other's company. NYC has the most and best things to offer! let's Meetup! Make a new friend enjoy the day with unlimited opportunities ...our beautiful city!
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Bring a date, Find a date. Live Music Let's have some fun at the Met Museum !
Date Night at The Met!!!
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
5:00–9:00 P.M. FREE
Every Friday and Saturday night this spring, it’s Date Night at The Met! Bring a friend or special someone for an evening of art, live music, and more in the hundreds of galleries and soaring spaces of the Museum. How about some great people watching?
Experience live music across the Museum from performers such as celebrated contemporary string quartet ETHEL; NYC’s leading medieval, Renaissance, and baroque ensemble Sonnambula; and Mike Hashim’s New Orleans Foot Warmers, playing Jazz Age classics.
Drop by an informal Gallery Chat with a Museum guide and “get to know” a work of art, just like a first date. Enjoy drink specials and an assortment of light fare in the American Wing Café or Petrie Court Café (last call at 8:15 pm) and a small bites menu in the Balcony Lounge (open to Members at the Evening Hours level and above; call[masked] for Balcony Lounge reservations).
All events are FREE with Museum admission, which is always pay-what-you-wish for New York State residents and NY, NJ, and CT students with valid ID. Pay-what-you-wish tickets.
Met Members can use their Member card as their ticket and enter at 81st Street and Fifth Avenue
Let's do date night at the Met.
Let's get out and enjoy the great city together! This is FREE,drinks are optional...😁 Music, Art, FUN
We will meet EARLY in front of entrance to meet and greet... 6:00-6:15
Part Two ,come enjoy this spectacular exhibit! Let's enjoy our great museums
No tickets or reservations needed.
In America: An Anthology of Fashion
The Costume Institute’s In America: An Anthology of Fashion is the SECOND portion of a two-part exhibition exploring fashion in the United States. Presented in collaboration with The Met’s American Wing, this section of the exhibition will highlight sartorial narratives that relate to the complex and layered histories of the American Wing period rooms.
Men’s and women’s dress dating from the eighteenth century to the present will be featured in vignettes installed in select period rooms spanning ca. 1805 to 1915: a Shaker Retiring Room from the 1830s; a nineteenth-century parlor from Richmond, Virginia; a panoramic 1819 mural of Versailles; and a twentieth-century living room designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, among others. These interiors display a survey of more than two hundred years of American domestic life and tell a variety of stories—from the personal to the political, the stylistic to the cultural, and the aesthetic to the ideological. The exhibition will reflect on these narratives through a series of three-dimensional cinematic “freeze frames” produced in collaboration with notable American film directors. These mise-en-scènes will explore the role of dress in shaping American identity and address the complex and layered histories of the rooms.
The Red Carpet was other day, let's see this spectacular new exhibit!
No tickets or reservations needed.
Let's meetup in front early and go in together.
Let's see part two!
Many of us enjoyed the first exhibit Lexicon Of Fashion!
Let's see the second half again together! 😁
BLONDIE is playing at the Seaport! And many , many other great groups. Join for a great show on the rooftop of seaport.
August 17 @7:00 PM $65. + Fees
BUY YOUR TICKET... I have my tickets.
Let's have a great Summer night together!
Show Starts: 7:00PM
Event concludes no later than 10PM