[News] Sankeys NYC Re-Opens With The Legendary Tribal Sessions: Jeff Mills, Jean Pierre, & More 2/7!

Sankeys NYC Re-Opens With The Legendary Tribal Sessions- Jeff Mills, Jean Pierre, & More 2/7!

New York City’s latest and greatest nightlife destination, the British/Ibizan export Sankeys located in the heart of the Big Apple on W36th Street, re-opens after a month long hiatus due to renovations and a busy schedule in Mexico for The BPM Festival, and we couldn’t be more excited. There is no nightclub quite like Sankeys in NYC, with it’s strictly house/tech house/techno line-ups, dark dance floor, state-of-the-art elevating plexiglass ceiling that acts as a lighting fixture, and top-notch sound system. Adding to New York’s repertoire of big room nightclubs with a pure underground vibe (Output in BrooklynCielo in the Meatpacking District), true house heads have found another safe haven.

After some minor reconstruction and remodeling, including new graffiti artwork from local artists to spice up the Spektrum room, Sankeys now re-opens and brings back the legendary Tribal Sessions party this FridayFebruary 7th, with a rare appearance from headliner techno legend Jeff MillsSunday Service resident Jean PierreJulia GovorHolosound, and more.

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Having already hosted some of the biggest names in the underground scene in it’s short time of being up and running (Halloween 2013 was the grand opening), including a New Year’s Eve party with Sankeys Ibiza resident Steve Lawler and a New Years Day marathon with Victor Calderone (our first introduction to this big room), as well as the recent announcement of Dubfire and a long overdue appearance from Sven Väth party, we can only imagine what’s in store for Sankeys NYC  in 2014.

Join us on the dance floor and see what the fuss is all about this Friday, and grab your tickets now before it’s too late!

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Jean Pierre Live @ Sankeys NYC Sunday Service

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