- $55 for dinner and one admission to a 3 hour David Bowie inspired immersive theater and dance party
- The event takes place on Saturday, February 28, at 6:30 p.m.
The event will be held at a private Upper West Side location. Guests meet in front of Tavern on the Green at 67th Street and Central Park West.
Each event is capped at 30 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
In 1976, David Bowie relocated to Berlin to free himself from the debauched lifestyle that had taken hold of him in England. Bavarian fashionista Beatrix Ost—spirits guests back to this vibrant and creative period in Bowie’s life, re-creating an evening in a sumptuous late ’70s Schöneberg Wohnung, with the food, music, and aesthetics of the era. Throughout the evening, partygoers will mingle with performers whose acts are woven into the event.
Dress the Part
Guests are asked to wear clothing that typifies Bowie and his circle in the late ’70s. Click here for examples of what to wear.
Dance to the Music
The evening is soundtracked by ’70s Krautrock, Bowie’s Brian Eno-produced Berlin trilogy, and Iggy Pop’s Bowie-produced The Idiot and Lust for Life. During the last hour, the tunes jump forward in time, showcasing contemporary Berlin dance music.
Mix Your Own Cocktails
Guests will also have the chance to mix a custom Bowie-themed peach cocktail in the bar area.
Mackenzie Largie spent a decade living in Berlin, immersing herself in the city’s famed music and arts scenes. Now based in New York, she re-creates the vibe of her favorite city abroad with events that capture its creative vibrancy. When she’s not curating events, she can be found spinning as DJ Lady DM at local hotels and clubs.