Dreams are successions of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep. Their content remains a mystery though has been a topic of speculation, artist’s musing and a subject of philosophical and cultural interest throughout recorded history.
Why we dream is still one of the great unanswered questions. Scientists, spiritualists, painters and outlaws have offered many theories to why we dream—memory consolidation, emotional regulation, a connection to the unconscious mind, threat simulation, inter-dimensional shifting and to have a place where we can move and travel limitlessly surpassing the confines of body, space and time.
Nevertheless, people continue mining their twilight reveries for clues to their inner lives, creative insight, and even premonitions to the future. On this night, the eve of 4/20 we want to awaken the spirit of mystery and dive into a world of fantasy and consciousness. While the world sleeps we celebrate!
▶▶▶ QUEEN OF HONOR ◀◀◀
▶▶▶ Aye Nako ◀◀◀
▶ DJ D’hana (Azucar, Hey Queen!)
▶ DJ ESSEX (Ships in the Night — Oakland)
▶ Selena Mercury
▶ Viv sa Vie
▶ Cristobal Guerra Naranjo
▶▶ SPECIAL GUEST HOST
▶ Reina Gossett
▶▶ ASTROLOGICAL READINGS
▶ James Panther
Cover: $5 before 11PM, $7 after
YES, we have coat check.
21+ with ID.
♥ ACCESSIBILITY ♥
littlefield is a wheelchair accessible venue with wheelchair accessible, gender neutral single stall bathrooms. Questions or concerns? Please reach out to: firstname.lastname@example.org
♥ ACCOLADES ♥
Best Mixed Party – Brooklyn Nightlife Awards, 2014
“Brooklyn’s Finest” – Next Magazine, 2014
Featured Nightlife Listing by the City of New York’s Official Website, 2013
“7 Parties Changing New York City Nightlife” – NewNowNext, 2013
“One of the top six gay parties in New York” – Gothamist, 2013
“How to: Do Pride Like a New Yorker” – Next Magazine, 2013
“50 reasons why NYC is the greatest city in the world” – Time Out New York, 2013
“Best MC – Sarah Jenny of Hey Queen” – GO Magazine Nightlife Awards, 2010
“Queerest Party in New York City” – Grace Chu, After Ellen, 2010