Kalin Moon wants men to “Die Happy Tonight” in Manhattan’s nightlife

Published on March 17, 2019

My observations when I’m in New York: Men just want to have a good time. And young professionals frequent strip clubs after work to unwind a smart drink or compelling nightlife.

And even in New York, people start to run out of good places to go to after some time. Now here’s a different take: One man decided that inviting a group of college girls to his flat for a “lap dance” party to try something different. That man’s name is Kalin Moon, a self-styled “lifestyle architect” who defends his club like concepts saying:

“Strip clubs today … have no style and sophistication.” — Kalin Moon.

For the past four years, Moon has hosted invitation-only events of similar nature. These“underground” lap dance parties, which started from his own home now expands to Manhattan’s top nightclubs, hotels and lounges

Die Happy Tonight

Moon launched  Die Happy Tonight along the way. It’s a boutique hospitality and creative agency that made its name for its “adult fantasy” experiences.

A group of renowned hospitality professionals approached Moon in the summer of 2018. They talked about re-imagining the infamous HeadQuarters Gentlemen’s Club.

Collaborating with them, Moon created an entirely different gentleman’s club for the modern, discerning man. The club converged food, music, cocktails, and entertainment to form an immersive, multi-sensory event.

Nightlife at the Rosewood Theater

The Rosewood Theater is a popular nightlife spot for men. Dubbed as the “the world’s most liberating gentlemen’s club,” the theater has hosted most of Moon’s best events.

The theater sits on a duplex space in the Midtown West. Instead of a strip club vibe, the place boasts a relaxed and upscale cocktail party ambiance.

The place is filled with amateur “models” that provide topless lap dances from time to time. Guests have defined their experience as something that must be felt.

To gain entry, one must have an invitation. With our invitation, we invite you to escape reality and responsibility. Even if just for one night.

A “Menu of Adventures”

Moon hosts what he calls “a menu of adventures” throughout New York City. Aside from the invitation-only events at the Rosewood Theater,

Die Happy Tonight is teasing discerning adults. Its clubhouse events on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays invite guests to intimate lap dances in rotating secret loft spaces.

Popular DJs in New York join in the weekend parties. It is a high energy dance party filled with select women from their pool of dancers.

The party gives complimentary invitations, champagne, and “Rose Room” access to groups of five or more.

Monthly happenings

There is a softer side to Die Happy Tonight. It holds a private, speak-easy themed event for those who have a special someone.

These monthly events treat guests to cabaret performances, live jazz band and free-flowing craft cocktail bar. The cabaret performers show a little nudity during the show.

A Shanghai themed lap dance party is held every month for those who seek lap dances. Requirements for invitation are simple: have an open mind. It is a hookah party with eclectic music as models perform private dances for invited guests.

“Casting Couch” is a members-only privilege given to a select few. Selected members get to assist the manager in auditioning aspiring performers. Prospective models answer questions during the audition process, and then members then have the privilege of giving the models advice on their first lap dance.

Too much? Moon’s approach is quite the departure from Tinder’s newest feature.

Jaime Aldecoa is a staff writer at Grit Daily. He is an avid traveler, YouTube vlogger, and podcast host. He holds a degree in Mass Communication.

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