Freakkshow 2018


Kostume Kult & House Of Yes present

~ ROBOT CIRCUS ~

Freakkshow 2018

Step right up and enter the Robot Circus, beyond the glow of the carnival lights, as Kostume Kult’s annual Freakkshow comes to House of Yes! Blur the lines between human, machine, and robot, and partake in our electric dancefloor with freakks and fantasies of every flavor!


Friday, July 13
10pm to 4am

House Of Yes
2 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237
near the Jefferson L train stop


TIX

21+ | No Re-Entry
*Free before 11pm with RSVP only on Eventbrite*
*RSVPs are NON-TRANSFERABLE*

RSVP on Facebook!

Freakkshow: Robot Circus


THEME & STYLE

We have programmed a night filled with technological advancements, experimentation, and sonic science of dance floor perfection. Nerves and neurons. Wires and flesh. Hybrids and Kink. Skin on Metal. Electricity and Experiences.

Let your weird and wild visions morph into a robotic reality. Embrace surreal spectacles and ferocious fantasies of the cute and creepy, dangerous and delirious. Indulge in technological temptations and dance with androids, apparitions, and automatons.

Costumes are required for entry!

Adorn your flesh to fit your perfected future robotic self. Cyborg, cyborgette, sexbot, tech fetish, future clown, electric circus, afro-futurism, borgs, bots, babes, LED everything, bio-mechanical perfection. See more inspiration here: pin.it/mzry4gxzzw7clc


DJs in two rooms:

Main Room

David Hohme (extended DJ set)

Alexander

 

Onyx Room

Bosq (Soul Clap Records) [extended DJ set]


Featuring:

Aerial Cyborgs
Robotic Dance Art
Side-Show Debauchery
Carnival Games
Virtual Surreality and Super Humans
Live Feed Video Art Exhibitionism
Cuddle puddles & Charging Stations
Inventions & Experiments
Cyborg Makeover Station
Misfortune tellers


PROPOSE ART or ACTIVITY:

Submit an Artist Proposal


TO VOLUNTEER:

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TEAM

Producer & Music Curation: David Kiss

Volunteer Coordinators: Eliza SpearStacey Wrangler & Captain Link

Ticketing issues: tickets@kostumekult.com


ABOUT


COMING NEXT

participating in Dance Parade (May 19th),
Mermaid Parade (June 16th) and Figment (June 23-24th)
… and Burning Man!


COMMUNITY CODES

True to Burning Man’s 10 Principles:
(http://burningman.org/culture/philosophical-center/10-principles/),
Kostume Kult is inclusive, welcoming the stranger and all newbies
who dare to participate…. Ours is a safe space where we welcome new people while
warning everyone to *respect boundaries* and *ask first* before
photographing and flirting.

 

EMAIL LIST

*** SPECIAL NOTE ***: This year’s Freakkshow theme references the Burning Man
2018 “I.Robot” theme with the classic KK Freakkshow theme at a time when
there is a real debate about the intrusive nature of unaccountable
artificial intelligence into our lives. With this, a note of seriousness…
If you enjoy Kostume Kult events, please join our old fashioned e-mailing
list so we we can be less reliant on Facebook and other social platforms.
Going forward our email list will be the place for the
earliest lowest-tier ticket announcements and other inside scoops. Join
via: https://www.kostumekult.com/join/mailchimp/


::::::: Consent Policy :::::::
Behave with beauty, connect with intention. We are obsessed with Consent. Always ASK before touching anyone in our House. Always ASK before photographing your fellow patrons. Photos of our performers are welcome and encouraged. If someone is violating your boundaries or harassing you, please report them to a security guard or any staff member. We have a zero tolerance policy for harassment. If you feel something, say something, and we will help. Questions about consent culture at House of Yes? Let us know: consent@houseofyes.org.

::::::: Community and Accessibility :::::::
House Of Yes is a space for everyone to feel welcome and loved. Racism, sexism, ableism, ageism, homophobia, transphobia, or any other form of discrimination will not be tolerated at our House. All restrooms in our venue are gender neutral. Everyone is free to use the restroom that best fits their gender identity or expression. All entrances and spaces within the venue are single-level. There are stairs leading to the upper portions of the stage, for those who wish to dance in the spotlight. Strobe lights are used during performances and parties.