Video Music Brunch: Old School VS New School Fathers Day Edition Brunch & Day Party
Remember when MTV actually played music videos instead of all those ratchet reality TV shows? At one time, music videos were a really BIG DEAL! C'mon… you know you used to race home after school to watch The Box ("Music Television You Control"), and Video Soul or Rap City on BET. If you were in NYC back then, you remember how we lived for Video Music Box with Ralph McDaniels and The Bobby Simmon's show. But no matter where you grew up, chances are that at some point you spent time watching music videos – imitating the dance moves, learning the lyrics, and copy the fashion trends… Man, those were the days! Well, The Alumni Group is taking you on a trip down memory lane at our Video Music Brunch. Along with our delicious brunch food specials, we'll not only be spinning the classics, we'll also be showing off the visuals that go along with them. Enjoy our dope music video playlist, featuring your old school favorites as well as the new-new hotness, as you sip on unlimited brunch cocktails. The song says that "videos killed the radio star", but at this brunch we'll celebrate the role videos have played in shaping our culture over the years. Trust us, you won't want to miss this visual, audio, culinary experience!
Venue: MIST Harlem
46 W 116th St, Map
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