Good Room x Tiki Disco New Year’s Eve

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Good Room presents…

We’re brinigng in 2016 with some on New York’s finest DJs and some tropical vibes. Tiki Disco’s Eli Escobar, Lloydski and Andy Pry have teamed up with Good Room for a night of disco, house and sweat on the dancefloor. Tickets include five hour open bar from 9pm – 2am, champagne toast at midnight, party favors and early morning food buffet plus club hours will be extended from 9am to 6am.

Date: December 31
Address: 98 Meserole Ave. Brooklyn 11222
Subway: Nassau Ave. [G Train]
Doors: 9PM-6AM
Age: 21+

Tickets: $50-$100
Pre-Sale: RA
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Eli Escobar is the quintessential New York City DJ. Over the past ten years he’s built a reputation around his parties as well as his label Night People. With a style based on his diverse tastes, Eli subversively drops his influences and personal favorites into even the most commercial of sets. What Eli brings to the table in his production, through the looking glass of his career is an understanding of music’s sustainability.


Good Room resident and Tiki Disco legend Lloydski has been kicking it around NYC for 13 years, taking his record bag with him everywhere he goes. Growing up around DJs, he was influenced by everything from The Human League to experimental jazz to disco. His favorite record is still ‘Is It All Over My Face’ by Loose Joints, but his best records are the dollar records he found digging around town at places like A1 or Academy.


From the age 13 when his DJ career began, Andy Pry has been picking the tracks in his own way. Andy’s sets lean heavy on future/past classics and toe the line between new disco beats and solid house freaks. Career highlights including one quit job to tour with The Rapture , one shared dressing room with Daft Punk, a residency at the infamous Mr. Black club and the creation of Tiki Disco in 2009.