Hornet and New York’s VERS Party Bring Sexy Men to the Dance Floor (Photos)

Hornet and New York’s VERS Party Bring Sexy Men to the Dance Floor (Photos)

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This past Saturday night in New York City saw DJ Paulo pack the dance floor of UNDR at Space637 with sexy guys, and Hornet—the world’s premier gay social network—was there to join the party.

It was the first of four events thrown by international party duo John Blair and Jake Resnicow to have Hornet come on board, powering the party’s VIP experience.

Hornet’s “VIP experience” included express entrance for Hornet users, upgrades to VIP tickets, and access to on-site masseurs who were giving massages to partygoers between dance breaks. The app was also giving away free three-month premium upgrades. (Get yours here!)

Don’t miss the three other NYC parties Hornet is proudly sponsoring, each featuring world-renowned DJ talent: POWER VERS, Dec. 24 at Space Ibiza New York Main Room, featuring DJ Cindel; M.E.A.T., Jan. 14 at King, featuring Tel Aviv’s DJ Aron; and Matinee La Leche, Jan. 15 at the Highline Ballroom, featuring DJ Ivan Gomez. Find info on all three events at versparty.com.

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