Atlas Obscura and The Oddities Flea Market are taking over a multi-floor former banquet hall for a night of strange sounds and dark debauchery.
After the market closes its doors on Saturday, an exclusive after-hours experience begins as we celebrate all things odd and unusual with a curated night of music and dark performances. Make your way to the top floor ballroom, featuring performances by noise rock saboteurs A Place To Bury Strangers, horror score composer Mark Korven with an instrument of his own creation, The Apprehension Engine, and bewitching chanteuse SPELLLING.
Down below, you'll find a maze of atmospheric lounge rooms, unexpected performers, a spirit photography photo booth, dark dance DJs, and more to keep you entertained late into the night.
Admission includes entry into our door-prize raffle with a chance to win weird and wonderful prizes by featured Oddities Flea Market vendors! You could win intriguing items from the likes of Oddball Oddity, ScientificWoman, Gotham Taxidermy, Alex Streeter, Rebels & Outlaw and the Oddities Flea Market.
- Brooklyn Baazar is located in the heart of Brooklyn, and offers three fully stocked bars featuring specialty cocktails as well as “Paradise Burger” restaurant on site.
- All ages, 21+ to drink, must bring I.D.
- This multi-floor venue is accessed exclusively by stairway and unfortunately is not ADA compliant.
- Dress to impress.
Live Spirit Photography by Rarebit Productions
Immortalize your experience with a one-of-a-kind custom portrait! Onsite, step into our mini Victorian parlor studio setup to have your portrait captured with a spectral projection, inspired by vintage Spirit Photography the Pepper’s Ghost technique. More details and tickets available here.
Email Larissa Hayden at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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