The Silver Factory, Lower Manhattan, 1966
You are invited to the underground party of the decade.
Ring the buzzer at the door, and you’ll be greeted by the Factory receptionist. One inside, discover a glorious playground inspired by Andy Warhol’s Silver Factory. Encounter our cast of Superstar characters – drag queens, writers, bohemians, musicians, artists and art collectors.
Build art installations and sculptures, join a DIY film shoot or jamming session, or just sit on the side-lines with a confused journalist from The New Yorker.
The Artists’ Bedroom
Find the secret artist bedroom and steal a one-on-one with Genevieve. Get the low down on Dylan’s new fling and uncover love letters amidst the 60s paraphernalia.
The Supermarket Bar
Visit ‘The Supermarket’, our pop-up bar for the night, inspired by 60s American consumer culture. Grab a basket and order a bespoke menu of American cocktails and hang out on aisle five.
Hang out on our New York City sidewalk, just outside the Silver Factory, grab a bite to eat from our street food stalls or sip beer outside in the summer sun.
Rachael plays Disco takes over the decks each night. Get your groove on to the Velvet Underground, Nico, queer 60s rock ‘n’ roll, Black protest music, culminating in some trippy slow-dances.
60s New York