Hornet and New York’s U-Nite Party Rang in the New Year Right (Photos)

Hornet and New York’s U-Nite Party Rang in the New Year Right (Photos)

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On Saturday night, U-Nite made its Brooklyn debut in Williamsburg with Hornet on board to ring the New Year in right.

Red-hot DJ Brett Oosterhaus packed the dance floor of the brand-new club Schimanski (formerly Verboten) with sexy guys, glow sticks galore, flowing champagne, and an abundance of good vibes.

Hornet—the world’s premier gay social network—was there to join the party as well. It was the third of five events thrown by international party duo John Blair and Jake Resnicow to have Hornet come on board.

Don’t miss the two other NYC parties Hornet is proudly sponsoring, each featuring world-renowned DJ talent: 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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