When the Labor Day holiday rolls around, Heretic works extra hard on Sunday. The club throws open its doors, flies in a special DJ and parties late into the night.
This week is Labor Day week. Labor Day became a national holiday in 1894, and before that had been unofficially celebrated for years in support of the role labor unions play in achieving advances in the working lives of Americans, i...
One of the best things for dancing queens about Labor Day Weekend is guilt-free partying on Sunday. Few know it better or do it up as well as Heretic, which welcomed the return of DJ Alex Acosta.
Brut debuted its dance party grind in Atlanta earlier this summer and it went so well that the New York creation returned to the Heretic for a special Labor Day Weekend event.
Heretic delivered its own fireworks for the long July 4th holiday weekend: A holiday hump day party on Wednesday that let the shirtless dancing boys do their thing late into the night.