NYC Tubav White Party!

Tubav is the Ancient Jewish day of ROMANCE.  Everyone must wear white! 

This year's party is our 17th annual party which always has a wonderful turnout of Jews across the entire spectrum looking to meet someone new!

We have had over 40 marriages from this event alone and it simply enables singles to cut the******and actually meet someone to marry.

::::::PARTY OF THE SUMMER:::::  Here are the RULES:

1. Wear something white!! (Jewish custom of Tubav — so that everyone is on the same playing field regardless of where you are from.)

2. ALERT: Be prepared to actually meet someone new (sure it’s fun to go to these Jewy shindgis, get trashed, see some old friends, barf on/makeout with your old friends, but heck, if we can help you slip “Meeting someone new” into that allstar to-do list, we’ve done our job)

3. You will get a insanely cheesy and ridiculous sticker with a number and your name on it

4. You will have a free drink with your ticket

5. You will get a match card and a pencil — If you see anyone you like at the party simply write their number down on your card. If they write you down, we set you up on a date!!! (We’ve had over 20 couples married from this shindig — so this shtus is effective)

7. You will dance, have a summer cocktail, and have the best night of your life!

8. Buy a Ticket Online: Tickets are $18 until July 14th, Tickets include one drink ticket, one match card —
Tickets go up to 25 dollars after July 15th!
Ticket prices go up to $36 August 11, so rock it out now. $40 at the door.

9. KOSHER BBQ TRUCH ( WANDERING QUEUE) will be in effect for you to purchase.

10. Get there early and get a free pair of Bangitout White Sunglasses, Hawiian Flowers, Flower headbands!


Thursday, August 15, 2019 - 7:00pm



The Ellington inside Riverside Park
W. 103rd Street and Riverside Drive (Enter park at 103rd Street and follow signs to Party.)
New York, NY 10025



Isaac Galena




$25 after july 15th; $36 after August 11th; $40 at the door. (Includes one drink and match card.)

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