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Our most anticipated event to date was The Dr. Martens Presents Tour in New York. We started the show in the heart of Bushwick with Freakquencee and Big Freedia for a super high-energy dance party at Brooklyn Made. We're so grateful for all the dedicated fans who showed up early and stayed late for an unforgettable night. Then we headed to the Dr. Martens Smith Street store where Control Top, Sorry Mom and Foyer Red played to a rowdy crowd. Per usual, New York will always have our heart.

Big Freedia, Freakquencee

at Brooklyn Made

Big Freedia sings into the mic while performers shake their hips and butts on stage.

Genre-bending artist Freakquencee opened the show with a 13-person band; needless to say the crowd picked up on the hyped-up vibe. Later, Big Freedia did what she does best -- turning the energy all the way up and bringing the house down. The Queen of Bounce, her dancers, and tons of fans took the stage for a night of joy and community.

Colorful collage showing Big Freedia dancers performing on stage, a portrait of Freakquencee staring seriously into the camera while wearing a fur coat along with smaller portraits of the crowd. This is overlaid by the quote, “To perform with Big Freedia, it’s an honor. To just have the two of our names on that bill really gives me a chance to show everybody in the room just what it is I can do and what leveling up actually looks like.� -Freakquencee.

“Community is a big part of what I do and what I bring to the industry.”- Big Freedia

Sorry Mom & Control Top

at Dr. Martens, Smith St. Store

A triptych showing three photos of Ali Carter, from Control Top performing on stage in the retail space. In each photo, she is belting into the mic while playing guitar.

We popped into our Smith Street store for another killer show. In-between their sets, Control Top spoke to the crowd about the importance of queer community. Sorry Mom vocalist brought her parents to the show, and her mom sang along to all the songs - a true fan. Foyer Red members collectively DJed the evening with nods to Fergie and Britney. The crowd skewed young; for many of them it was their first punk show ever.

A collage showing the Sorry Mom performing in the retail space surrounded by various images of the excited crowd. The energy feels electric and exciting. Everyone is smiling, and there is frenetic energy in the photos of the band.Influencer @kalysse.a poses outside the venue, wearing a black coat with quilted geometric flowers, a shin-length black quilted skirt, tall white socks, and a pair of black oxfords. They stare confidently into the camera.Back to DM Presents