The Weekender: The hottest things to do Stateside in the coming days
Don’t miss Yussef Dayes, Cautious Clay and Dante’s HiFi – all at the Houses
Friday 5 August 2022 By Soho House
1. House Sessions: Cautious Clay at Holloway House
Originally from Cleveland, Cautious Clay began his artistic journey at the age of seven when he picked up classical flute. His studies led him deep into the worlds of blues and jazz, and since he started blending R&B, hip-hop and experimental sounds into his dark productions, he hasn’t looked back.
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2. Secret Garden sounds: Yussef Dayes at Soho House Nashville
Find us in the Secret Garden for a special performance by Yussef Dayes and a DJ set by DTL JAMS. Dayes, the UK’s most innovative young drummer and producer, has gained notoriety on the international stage as a pioneer of his field. Though largely considered a ‘jazz’ drummer, his sound melds everything from 1970s funk and Senegalese percussion to recent UK grime. The unifying factor is a fluid, vital energy.
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3. Dante’s HiFi launch with Rich Medina and Stretch Armstrong at Soho House Austin
We are partnering with Miami-based vinyl bar Dante’s HiFi to take over the pre-screening room for a one-year pop-up with programming curated by the legendary Rich Medina. Day two of our launch weekend brings a special night with Medina and Stretch Armstrong. Adrian Bartos, aka DJ Stretch Armstrong, is a New York-based DJ and music producer known as a former co-host of hip-hop radio show, The Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show, alongside Bobbito Garcia. Expect storytelling through music and special guests.
Dante’s HIFI is first come, first served for table seating until 9pm, and then open for standing room, listening and dancing until close, as well as a special menu with Beam Suntory.
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4. Junkanoo dancehall and culinary experience at DUMBO House
DUMBO House invites you to celebrate Jamaican Independence Day with a dancehall and culinary experience. Join us on the rooftop for light bites prepared by chefs Brittney ‘Stikxz’ Williams and Corwin Hemming, along with music that will transport you to the golden era of 1990s/2000s dancehall reggae.
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5. Night Shift with The Blaq Agenda at Soho House Chicago
Celebrate summer with The Blaq Agenda on the rooftop for Night Shift: a late-night swim and dance party. Punch in to this celebration that’s centered around BIPOC women, queer people, and their fans – but don’t even think about punching out until you catch a vibe from DJ Evie The Cool.
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