The Weekender: Our top-five events to check out across the States
French Montana, Pat Mahoney of LCD Soundsystem and more icons hitting our Houses this weekend
by Soho House
1. The Debut Live: French Montana at Soho House New York
Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum rapper French Montana and Billboard’s deputy director of R&B/hip-hop, Carl Lamarre, sit down for an exclusive live interview. Together, they delve into the journey and making of Montana’s debut studio album, Excuse My French (2013). Plus, there’s a special DJ set by Esso to close the night.
Click here to book your seat.
2. The Willows Weekender in Palm Springs
Join the membership team’s Tino DeMartino, Sophie Yon Gharbi and Olivia Seally for this desert Soho Weekender you won’t want to miss. We’re working with our friends at The Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn and St James Tea to create a special weekend of fun in the sun. The weekend will include a welcome dinner, wellness activities, pool party, a 1920s-themed supper (paying homage to the opening year of the property), and more. In the spirit of community, we’re kindly asking all members and guests to attend all activities. The cost is $475 total per person (based on double occupancy; all rooms have queen beds), which includes your two-night stay at The Willows, tax, parking, meals, and all activities. There are only a few spots left, so add yourself to the waitlist now. Once you’re on the waitlist, we’ll confirm your place via email.
Book your spot on this don’t-miss Soho Weekender here.
3. Sound Sessions: Museum of Love with Pat Mahoney of LCD Soundsystem at Soho House Nashville
Enjoy a night at the House to the sounds of Museum of Love on the decks, featuring Pat Mahoney and Dennis McNany. Mahoney is best known as the drummer of the all-conquering NYC band LCD Soundsystem, while McNany got his studio chops as an intern and assistant engineer at Plantain Studios in the West Village at a time when DFA’s Tim Goldsworthy was in permanent residence and a whole scene was emerging from Manhattan. ‘In those early days, it was just friends coming in and out, occasionally doing projects, so you would meet a lot of people,’ says McNany. ‘Pat was in and out and that’s how we got to know each other. It just became a little bit of a family there for a couple of years.’
Reserve your spot at the show here.
4. Soho Rising: Terry Presume at Soho Beach House Miami
Soho Rising, supported by Bowers & Wilkins, is our platform for championing the most exciting emerging talent around, giving you the chance to see the true stars of tomorrow first. Previous guests have included Arlo Parks, Griff, Berwyn, Joy Crookes, and Serpentwithfeet, and for our next addition, we are excited to introduce Terry Presume to the House for a special performance.
To attend the show, click here.
5. Old Skool Sunday: Y2K party at Soho House Austin
Grab your AND1 sneakers, basketball jersey and a flip phone as we bring back Y2K with South of Everywhere. Expect to hear your favourite noughties hits as you play Goldeneye, switch on your lava lamp, and watch throwback music videos.
To attend the party, click here.