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Find the HOTTEST POETS, from all around the world, performing at Spoken Word Poetry Open Mics @ The Nuyorican Poets’ Café, EVERY Monday at 9:00pm – Wednesday & Friday – and at monthly Saturday events from LatinosNYC Presents.

Open Mic Mondays @ Nuyorican Poets' Café

Founded in 1973, THE NUYORICAN POETS’ CAFE has been a home away from home for some of NYC’s hottest poets. But poetry isn’t the only art form that canvas’ this legendary place. For you music lovers, hip-hop fiends, and who have a love affair of the theatre with visual and video arts, the NuyoRican is definitely the place you’d like to frequent every night of the week. Also check out this hot-spot for your comedy fix.

The Nuyo offers Spoken Word Poetry Open Mic Open Mic Mondays @ 9:00pm – $8 online and at the door (welcomes all genres, including stand-up. get there early. only first 25 in can sign up for Open Mic)

Wednesday Night Slam Open at 9:00pm – $10 at the door. Wednesday Night Slam Every Wednesday except the first Wednesday of the Month (Line forms outside a half hour before doors open. Doors open at 9:00pm)

Friday Night Poetry Slam at 10:00pm – $13 for general admission at the door; $25 V.I.P

(Line forms outside an hour before admittance, general admittance get in at 10:00pm; V.I.P gets in at 9:30pm and guaranteed seating until 10:00pm)



***LatinosNYC always has a monthly event that includes an Open Mic; always held at the Nuyorican Poets’ Café. How does a LatinosNYC Open Mic differ from the others in NYC? LatinosNYC offer poetry events and fundraisers to benefit the needy (of all creeds, races and backgrounds) in NYC and all around. The monies collected from their events (what comes in from the door and donations from the audience) go towards serving the community: feeding the homeless, supporting the needy, and growing the community.
To learn more about Raul K. Rios (founder of LatinosNYC) and the efforts of LatinosNYC to help the less-fortunate, please, click here: LatinosNYC.


***FYI: THE NEXT LatinosNYC Poetry Open Mic with Featured Artists event is, LatinosNYC Presents: 4 Women: The Rebirth – A Theatrical Show (with a 10-slot Open Mic to start the show)Saturday, August 19, 2017; 6:30pm – 9:30pm; $12 (at door – doors open at 6pm) @ The NuyoRican Poets’ Café (236 E.3rd St. NYC, NY 10009 – (btwn Aves B and C) LES) – produced by Mercy Baez – Music by DJ Paco SF Pro Cruz.

Featured Artists:
Kola Rai, Sabrina, Daijah, and Melissa
LatinosNYC Aug 19, 17 flyer

ABOUT 4 Women: The Rebirth – A Theatrical Show

“4 Women: The Rebirth is a theatrical show premiering for the second time in NYC. It is a show like never before! It’s a combination of different talent from four different artists. Every month, the artists will change as one of many platforms provided for women to tell their stories through their artistry.

A poet, a singer, a musician and a movement performance all in one!
4 Women: The Rebirth is a creation made from the One Woman Show “The Rebirth of Mercy” which premiered at Cornell University in the Fall of 2016, and is rotating on tour throughout different universities worldwide.”

Come see some of the HOTTEST artists in NYC perform! GET YOUR STRESS RELIEF FROM ENJOYING THE ARTS!

GET YOUR TICKETS to guarantee seating: http://www.nuyorican.org/event/1534432-latinos-nyc-4-women-new-york/

CAN’T MAKE THE SHOW? It’s okay! Here’s another way that you can SHOW YOUR SUPPORT. Feel free to MAKE A DONATION and SPREAD THE WORD:


Nuyorican Poets' Café

236 East 3rd St. (bet. Avenue B and Avenue C)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 505-8183



J TRAIN (Jamaica-Nassau) or M TRAIN (Queens Blvd-6 Av-Myrtle) to ESSEX/DELANCEY


For more information about The NuyoRican Poets’ Café and upcoming events, visit: http://www.nuyorican.org/

For more information about LatinosNYC and how YOU can help those is need, visit their webpage or follow them on Facebook for upcoming events.

Website: http://latinosnyc.org/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/LatinosNYC/251941031495893?fref=ts

Twitter: https://twitter.com/LatinosNYC

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