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Details: Brooklyn Museum, Eastern Parkway
Embrace the bittersweet nature of love with an ’80s-style prom for happy couples, bitter exes, and everyone in between! Squeeze into your fuchsia prom dress or your pale blue tux, spray your hair big, and dance to live music by the ’80s cover band supreme, White Wedding. Local Brooklyn bitters producer Hella Bitter will craft a totally awesome signature cocktail with Tito’s Handmade Vodka.
Not sure the BBG knows how to throw a party? Think again. Read this review a BBG shindig.
- Thursday, February 13, 2014.7–9 p.m.
- VIP Reception: 6–7 p.m
- Brooklyn Botanic Garden,1000 Washington Avenue near the Brooklyn Museum
3. Fri Feb 14: Galapagos Vegas-style Cabaret (DUMBO)
Details:16 Main Street, DUMBO.Doors open 9:30; show at 10:30. Admission is $22. For reservations, contact Galapagos Art Space in DUMBO.
Launched in 2010, this hilarious annual Valentine's party for three hundred or so "underground" types will take place at the NY Transit Museum.Stories submitted about love matches made in transit will be read.
Details: NY Transit Museum (Brooklyn) downstairs at the corner of Boerum Pl & Schermerhorn Streets. From 6 P.M. to 8 P.M. $15 ($10 for Museum Members), refreshments by Brooklyn Brewery, and the gift shop will be open, too.
BAM rarely serves dinner with its movies, but this Valentine's Day they're making an exception. The Rose Cinemas will be hosting two showings of the 1940s classic black-and-white flick The Lady Eve on Valentine's Day.
Details: Feb 14 is at 6:30 P.M (no dinner). 8:30 P.M. Reserve in advance BAM Rose Cinemas. 30 Lafayette Avenue. (718) 636-4100
6. Sat Feb 15: BAMCafe Soulfolk (Ft Greene)If you want to carry the Valentine's vibe through the weekend, come to BAM for some sultry music courtesy of the Soulfolk Experience:
Nominated “Best Band in Brooklyn” by WNYC in 2011, this trio of specializes in sultry, mellow soul. Comprising Maritri Garrett, David Pilgrim, and V. Soulfolk Experience’s members have worked with artists like Barbra Streisand, Paula Abdul, and the Indigo Girls.
Details: BAMcafé. Brooklyn Academy of Music. 30 Lafayette Avenue. No cover, no admission. Happy Hour 6-8 P.M. Music at 9 P.M.