It’s Tiki Disco time! And 15 other ways to spend the weekend

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You feel like this anyway, so may as well act it out too. Photo by Kenny Rodriguez via Facebook

1. Tori Amos’ Under The Pink turns 20 this year. Celebrate with a tribute concert and all-Tori remixes dance party. (Friday)

2. Artists all over Bushwick will open their doors for Bushwick Open Studios, so why not go and visit them? (Friday-Sunday)

3. Beaches are open now, so if you’re clamoring to make up for those months of glorious laziness, these free exercise classes could help. (Friday-Saturday)

4. NYC Popfest is the perfect excuse to spend your every waking moment this weekend dancing. (Friday-Sunday)

5. See choreographer Isadora Duncan’s sorrowful work performed in Green-Wood Cemetery. (Saturday)

6. Here’s your chance to be in an extravagant Japanese game show without having to leave Brooklyn and face jet lag.  (Saturday) CANCELED, sadly

7. Kermit Ruffins and the BBQ Swingers brings their New Orleans brass sound to Brooklyn Bowl. (Saturday)

8. See which storyteller can recount the best tale of their “Boiling Points” at World Science Festival Moth StorySLAM. (Saturday)

9. Find out which MC spits the best comedy rap at Union Hall (Saturday)

10. The Queer Detainee Empowerment Project advocates for detained LGBTQ immigrants. Help them out at this benefit concert at Shea Stadium. (Saturday)

11. Rooftop Films brings you short films that explore the spectrum of animation techniques. (Saturday)

12. If you can think of anything more cultured than a classical music concert in an art museum, we’d like to hear it. (Sunday)

13. Embrace your inner summer camper at Muchmore’s Wet Hot American Show. (Sunday)

14. See emerging playwrights from Bookshop Workshop present the plays they’ve developed the past three months. (Sunday)

15. It may have moved from Roberta’s, but Tiki Disco at The Well is probably as crazy a time as ever (Sunday)

16. Freddy’s has all of the gluten-free food you could possibly want, which is presumably a lot if you’re allergic to gluten, at their Gluten-Free EatUP! Market (Sunday)

17. LNNY, the comedy show that already tackled gentrification, talks New York sexuality this episode. The sponsorship from Babeland really gives the show some buzz (Sunday)

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