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Horse Meat Disco

Horse Meat Disco

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10pm – 5am

21+

ARTISTS

Horse Meat Disco

Rimarkable

Coach Chris

 

JWP Presents

Horse Meat Disco New York Labor Day Event

Music by

HORSE MEAT DISCO

Rimarkable

Coach Chris

 

Hosts:

EJIM

Phillip Evelyn II

Matt Ford

Levi Jackman Foster

Martin Gregory Jerez

Ryan McNally

Nirco

NYSocialBee

Paloma Perez

 

Knockdown Center

52-19 Flushing Avenue, Queens

Please join our instagram @yougivemethelight for announcements and updates and send all email changes and additions for our mailing list to hmd@joshwoodproductions.com.

Thank you,

Josh Wood and HMDNY Family

 

AN IMPORTANT NOTE ON MONKEYPOX:

We are keeping close tabs on the ongoing outbreak and are working with the city’s health department to prioritize the safety of the community. If at any point we feel it is unsafe to continue with the event, updates will be issued. We encourage everyone to get vaccinated prior to attending. (If possible, given the shortage.)

Horse Meat Disco is purely for dancing. Please be mindful of others’ boundaries with their bodies and minimize skin-to-skin contact to lower the risk of transmission. Dancing with clothing on and only with trusted friends are good ways to reduce risk.

If you are displaying any symptoms of monkeypox, we emphasize that you sit this one out and stay at home. There will be more Horse Meat Discos, but we must keep our community safe.

The symptoms of monkeypox include the tell-tale lesions and rash, as well as flu-like symptoms: fever, headache, muscle aches, swollen lymph nodes, chills, exhaustion, sore throat, nasal congestion, and cough. It can spread through skin-to-skin contact, respiratory droplets, and touching infected objects.

More information can be found about monkeypox on the CDC website and in this video by Dr. Demetre Daskalakis: 5 Things Sexually Active People Need to Know About Monkeypox.

23,000 new first-dose appointments will go online on the City’s vaccine portal beginning Thursday, August 4th at 6pm.

Appointments will be made available on the City’s vaccine portal: vax4nyc.nyc.gov/monkeypox and by calling 877-VAX-4NYC (877-829-4692)

We hope to be able to offer more resources to the community as vaccines become more readily available and will update accordingly.

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