New Years Eve with Camicush, Yelda and Zeemuffin
- 8:00 pm - 2:00 am | Saturday December 31, 2022
- Lobby | Ace Hotel New York
Ready or not. Ring in the new year with a raucous dance party led by Camicush, Yeldā and Zeemuffin. Global edits of classic and current favs; an international dance party hailing from New York City. Plus, a full list cocktail specials to fuel the dance floor until 2am. Doors open at 8pm, and close once we hit capacity. First come, first served.
Yeldā is an international DJ who’s performed silent discos in Hong Kong, rooftops in Mumbai, and nightclubs in Nairobi. Since 2012, her work has ranged from spinning gigs like famed baseball player A-Rod‘s retirement party to art exhibits partnered with Beyoncé and festivals alongside Stormzy. Yeldā has been featured in BBC, The Guardian, HighSnobiety, Hollywood Reporter, MTV, Refinery29, Teen Vogue, Vogue, Vogue India, and in 2022, Dua Lipa described Yeldā as “the DJ fighting for Afghan women”.
ZEEMUFFIN, is a DJ and producer whose diverse sets are heavily influenced by her New York City upbringing and Pakistani heritage. Seamlessly blending from hip-hop and RnB to disco and house, ZEEMUFFIN has spun alongside artists like Kaytranada, Bun B, and Riz Ahmed. Her host of corporate clients is as diverse as her music, from YSL to Buzzfeed. Recently, ZEEMUFFIN was featured in Vogue India as one of five “South Asian Women Shaking New York’s Music Scene”.
Camicush is a New York-based open format DJ for music, branded, and private events. Known for eclectic sets that see her mixing 90s RnB to favela funk, Camicush has DJed for an array of clients including Brooklyn Bowl, Governors Ball, Lower East Side Film Festival, Paradise Club, The Curtain, Yellowstone Forever Young Patrons, Yelp, and many more.
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