If you’re still pining for that long-weekend Fourth of July party, fear not, because your next summer rager is right around the corner.

Clear your calendars for the first ever Brokelyn Beach Club, Aug. 5 at Coney Art Walls. The party gets started like all the best parties should: a three-hour unlimited beer sampling bonanza to fuel your day-drinking and dancing. Ticketed attendees will be able to sample unlimited drinks from Coney Island Brewery and get a taste of the delicious new alcohol-infused coconut water, Kaiso.  There will be games provided by NYC Social, beautiful custom murals by Brooklyn artist Jaima for guests to color in courtesy Artists & Fleas, giveaways and more summer fun than you can cram into your caftan. Plus, your tickets will snag you sweet deals in the area, like $2 off a pint at the Coney Island Brewery.

Not only is it a great way to spend the day knocking back beers and shaking your booty to non-stop summer jams, but it’s also all going down in one of Brooklyn’s most Instagram-able spots. (Seriously, how many of your friends have a profile picture with that killer RIOT mural?)

The party will keep poppin’ when the sun goes down, and we turn up. After the happiest three hours of unlimited drinking, the party is open to the public for a summer dance party that will melt the asphalt.

Tickets are on sale now, but act fast. You can snag yours for a special early-bird price of $25 if you buy before July 24.

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