Looking for a new and exciting party scene? Enter The Numbered Days – an organization designed around throwing the most innovative, interactive, dance-party worthy events in Chicago. Founder Marc Uible designed the organization looking for a little more intrigue and inspiration, taking the concept of connecting and mingling – so frequently found online – and bringing it back into the real world.
Take a break from your neighborhood bars for a night and shake it up with The Numbered Days’ parties. Featuring events such as a loft party at Stan Mansion in Logan Square, an urban scavenger hunt “The Clever Ape Race” in Lakeview and this year’s New Year’s Eve party at Ignite Glass Studios, the creative possibilities are endless. Collaborations with organizations such as these turn events into multi-faceted arenas with the common themes of art, music, dancing and mixing with other in-the-know Chicagoans:
- Bottle & Bottega (BYOB painting classes)
- The Simple Good (connecting people in communities globally through art and discussion)
- Glappit-Nova (a destination for Chicago’s young influencers)
- Glassworks (connecting city youth with art development and marketing opportunities)
Join the party with The Numbered Days’ upcoming “Games” event, putting the Olympics in our hands. Celebrate the magic of the winter games through opening and closing ceremonies, friendly competitions and a hands-on crowd sourced painting of the Olympic Village. Imagine stilt-walkers, an interactive photo booth, beach balls in the air and an Olympic-torch lit up by you and your friends. The dance party will be fueled by DJs Matt Roan and Autograf, and it all goes down in the Logan Square Auditorium on Saturday, February 15.
Get in on the action here: http://thenumbereddays.com/tickets/games/