The 6th annual No Office Holiday Party is returning on 12/9!

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Get your photo booth outfits ready. 2015 No Office picture by BibiBooth.

Brokelyn and the skint present: The No Office Holiday Party, Brooklyn’s hottest holiday party for everyone who ain’t about that office life (or anyone who just wants to turn up without their boss watching) is coming back for its 6th year on Dec. 9! And it’s on a Friday this time, so we can truly wreck the halls.

Let’s say goodbye to this terrifying garbage fire of a year with style at Littlefield, where we’ll have live-band karaoke from the famous Rock Star Karaoke, DJ Doctor Mister spinning holiday tunes, a holiday photo booth, sexy Santa and Lady Santa, tasty food from Yeah Dawg and drink specials, plus lots of surprises in store this year, including some to help you take out your anger (hint: start saving up all the mean things you ever wanted to say to your boss).

Buy a ticket in advance to save money and get a free tote bag from Artist & Fleas, one of our sponsors. Tix are still just a low low $5 in advance ($8 at the door). A portion of the proceeds will go toward local organizations that will help fight the Trump administration too. 

RSVP now on Facebook and get your tickets here and prepare to drink like your boss isn’t watching.

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This year’s party is sponsored by Artist & FleasCoworkrs and Donofrio Income Tax prep; say hi to them at the event too! Additional support provided by J&M Special Effects.

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Order tix online now to get one of these sweet Artist & Fleas totebag.
Order tix online now to get one of these sweet Artist & Fleas totebag.

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