The Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Parties

The Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Parties

by Clubplanet
06.10.2009

After a long week of all work and no play, every weekend is worth celebrating, but for Puerto Ricans, this Sunday will be extra special. The 52nd National Puerto Rican Day Parade is once again kicking things off in New York City with a superstar line up that will take over Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue. This year, which is dedicated to Latin music, will be led by salsa singer Victor Manuelle, who was recently crowned as the National Puerto Rican Day Parade King. Along with dozens of artists, including Jose Feliciano, Willie Colon, Daddy Yankee, Olga Tanon, and Bernie Williams, it’s no wonder that organizers are calling it the “biggest Latin concert in the city.” With 46 salsa bands confirmed to play on the streets of Manhattan, this year’s parade gives all Latinos a reason to party. Best of all, there are already several events planned to keep the festivities going. Whether you’re looking to mingle with celebrities or attend some of the year’s most exclusive concerts, Clubplanet has you covered. Check out our top Puerto Rican Day Parade fiestas and discover why Puerto Ricans are giving everyone in New York City a reason to jumpstart the weekend.

 

Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #15: Reach It Saturdays Pre-Puerto Rican Day Parade Party @ Club Climax
Saturday, June 13
For those looking to dance the night away, you can’t go wrong at one of the sexiest clubs in New York City. Patrons can move to all their favorite Hip Hop, house, and salsa beats while enjoying two bottles of Hennessy or Grey Goose before midnight. Ladies can also obtain two for 1 mixed Bacardi drinks and free Jello shots. For guests wanting to take it up a notch, large VIP beds will be available for the entire night. Club Climax in Manhattan’s midtown is known as one of the best venues for Latinos, especially for their bargains. Find out how getting on our guestlist provides several sweet deals for both ladies and gents below.
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #14: Official 116 Street Festival After-Party with Tego Calderon @ Prime
Saturday, June 13
In addition to playing a widely talked about concert at the Tropicana, reggaeton star Tego Calderon will be headlining the 116th Street Festival After Party, which coincides with the Puerto Rican Day Parade. After all, why just have a parade when you could also take part in a festival bash at Prime, the Chelsea nightclub made for singles wanting a night they’ll never forget?
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #13: Tito El Bambino @ Umbrella Bar & Lounge
Sunday, June 14
If you happen to be one of the unfortunate few to miss out on seeing Tito El Bambino at El Morocco this Saturday, then don’t miss your chance to see the reggaeton star in action on Sunday. He’ll be gracing the stage once again at uptown Manhattan’s Umbrella Bar & Lounge. Make sure you dress to impress when attending this high class lounge as they’re known for being selective at the door. Then again, anyone who’s anyone will dress their best just to meet their favorite celebs.
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #12: Muy Personal-A Puerto Rican Parade After Party with Victor Manuelle @ M2 Ultra Lounge
Sunday, June 14
Here’s a shot at meeting the Puerto Rican Parade King himself Victor Manuelle, one of the most celebrated salsa artists in the Latin music scene. He’ll be performing alongside Tito El Bambino, NKLABE, Zion y Lennox, Bachata Heightz, and Suijeto. Whether you prefer bachata, urban Latino, or reggaeton, the M2 Ultra Lounge will satisfy your musical needs all night long. M2 Ultra Lounge, located in one of Manhattan’s trendiest neighborhoods, is a mansion-themed club with over 10,000 square feet of space for dancing. Wear your best couture and get ready to break a sweat until the following afternoon!
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #11: The Pre-Puerto Rican Weekend Midnight Cruise @ Paddle Wheel Queen
Friday, June 12
Just because you can’t catch a quick flight to San Juan for a weekend getaway, it doesn’t mean that you won’t be able to escape the hectic city life and celebrate the Puerto Rican Day Parade in style. Jumpstart the festivities by boarding a midnight cruise honoring one of the most important days of the year for Latinos right here in Manhattan. The first floor of the Paddle Wheel Queen is hosted by world famous DJ E.M. who’ll be spinning Hip Hop, reggaeton, and R&B. The second floor, ruled by DJ Manchita, is dedicated to salsa, merengue, and bachata. The outdoors lounge allows guests to watch the majestic city pass them by as they wind down. Don’t miss your ride!
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #10: The National Puerto Rican Day Parade VIP Domino Party @ LQ
Wednesday, June 10
Who says you have to wait until the weekend to celebrate? LQ Nightclub in midtown Manhattan is delivering the only VIP Domino Party, an exclusive upgrade to the national sport from the island of enchantment. Not only do patrons get to compete with pros, but there’s also a guaranteed $1,000 in cash prizes. In addition, they’ll be a free open bar with premier Puerto Rican rum, as well as mouthwatering traditional dishes to savor. This party has no cover, but you must have a VIP invitation. Don’t have one? Say you’re on our guestlist and you’re good to go. Be the next dominoes star on us!
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #9: Tropical Night @ South Street Seaport-Pier 17
Thursday, June 11
Salsa is recognized as the soundtrack of Puerto Rico. On Thursday night, anyone can have a taste of this sultry sound at the 20th Annual Tropical Night, a musical tribute celebrating 50 years in the world of salsa. The legendary Eddie Palmieri Orchestra will be playing live on the Seaport Stage as attendees dance under the stars. Did we also mention that this lavish Puerto Rican Day Parade bash is free? Get out the dancing shoes and take your beau for a romantic night out!
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #8: La Mega Puerto Rican Parade After Party @ Pacha
Sunday, June 14
One of the best concerts happening right after the Puerto Rican Day Parade is definitely the official after party in Manhattan’s Pacha. This midtown nightclub, known for its killer DJ sets, a ridiculously gorgeous clientele, and never ending VIP rooms, are the reasons why so many Latinos like to go out and party on a Sunday night. This evening is no exception, especially with Arcangel, Jowell y Randy, and Yomo on stage, along with DJs Camilo and Precise spinning Hip Hop, house, reggaeton, and merengue. Don’t forget to get on our guestlist for reduced admission.
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #7: The Official 116th Street Festival & The Puerto Rican Parade Kick Off Party with Arcangel @ El Morocco
Friday, June 12
Before you see reggaeton star Tego Calderon live in action on Saturday, witness musical superstar Arcangel for the official 116th Street Festival at classy Manhattan venue El Morocco. La Mega’s own Alex Sensation, along with DJ E Tunes and Blade 2 Much, will be making the crowd go wild with House, salsa, and reggae. There’s just no better way of spending this Friday night!
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #6: Official Hot 97 Puerto Rican Day Parade After Party @ Webster Hall
Sunday, June 14
Hot 97, New York City’s premier radio station for Hip Hop, will be hosting their official after party at the legendary Webster Hall, one of the best nightclubs in the city located in Manhattan’s East Village. Heavy hitters Enuff, Kast1, Bobby Trends, and Jvee will take over the popular establishment with house, reggaeton, and reggae, while Nina Sky, Ron Browz, Jowell y Randel, NORE, Red Café, and many more perform live. With advance tickets going for just $20, you better not waste time in getting the necessary hook up!
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #5: Puerto Rican Day Parade Concert with Tito El Bambino @ El Morocco
Saturday, June 13
Speaking of sizzling hot performances, reggaeton’s Tito El Bambino will also be singing live at Manhattan’s El Morocco alongside Candela. In addition, the music will be
provided by DJ’s Alex Sensation, Fragancia, and Marvls, a treat for attendees looking for house, Hip Hop, and reggae for the night. El Morocco, inspired by the former glamorous nightclub favored by Hollywood’s top celebrities, is located in trendy Hamilton Heights and features exquisite palm trees, plush banquettes, and a contemporary Leopard Lounge. We hear that tickets for this event are extremely limited, so make a move today.
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #4: Latin Hip Saturdays with Don Omar @ LQ
Saturday, June 13
Don Omar, one of the biggest names in reggaeton right now, is making an exclusive one-night-only appearance at LQ, the midtown Latin nightclub where everyone is guaranteed to have a good time. This is one of the biggest concerts happening all weekend long so get on the guestlist pronto! Ladies on the list will receive free admission until midnight.
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #3: The Official Celebrity A-List Radio All Star Puerto Rican Day Parade Celebration @ Promenade
Sunday, June 14
For the first time ever, Promenade will be hosting a Puerto Rican Day Parade after party featuring notable radio personalities, such as Tony Sunshine, Juelz Santana, Lumi Dee, and more. Presented by Hennessey Cognac, this bash also has a surprise performance that you won’t want to miss. Located in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, Promenade is the ideal spot for those seeking to meet various New Yorkers all on one dance floor. Get on the guestlist for free admission until 11PM.
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #2: Tego Calderon Live @ Tropicana Theater & Nightclub
Saturday, June 13
Don’t miss the official return of reggaeton’s king as he makes one of the most exclusive performances of the year at the posh Tropicana Theater & Nightclub in the boogie down Bronx. Enjoy two rooms of music where DJs Smalls, Chulo Jay, Anthony, and Precise play the hottest freestyle, bachata, and salsa tracks. The Tropicana, inspired by Havana’s glitzy cabaret venue, is a Mecca for Latinos seeking first-rate bands and floor shows. With Tego Calderon leading the fiesta, expect an unforgettable night worthy of making headlines on Page Six!
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Top Puerto Rican Day Parade Party #1: Baile Del Pueblo with Victor Manuelle @ Marriot Marquis
Friday, June 12
If there’s one event you cannot miss year is Baile Del Pueblo, a tribute to this year’s parade king Victor Manuelle, hosted by his own celebrity friends. It’s guaranteed to be a star-studded event where patrons can enjoy the best of salsa, while partying with Manuelle himself. The Marriot Marquis, one of the most luxurious hotels in New York City, provides visitors A-list comfort, stunning views of Manhattan’s Theater District, and enough room to dance until sunrise with ease! Tickets will not be sold at the door, so
buy them ASAP before they sell out.
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