Archive for May, 2011

Nite-Time is playing at The Empire Room again! Tomorrow night, May 21st at 9:30pm. This is a great room and a really cool hang. The staff is friendly and skilled, we had a great time last time we rocked The Empire Room, and now we’re back for more.

We’ll be helping to raise money for the Incarnation Children’s Center which provides specialized care for children and adolescents living with HIV/AIDS. It’s a great cause, so come on down. Tickets are $15 at the door and net proceeds go to the children’s center.

The Empire Room is located at 27 West 33rd St. on the lobby level of The Empire State Building. The party starts at 7:30pm, so come early for drink specials and appetizers!


May 7, 2011

The Westin at Princeton Forrestal Village, Princeton, NJ

This year we at Nite-Time had the honor of performing for the good people at  The Princeton Child Development Institute, for the fourth year in a row. PCDI is “the first community-based program in the state (of NJ) that was specifically designed to provide intervention for children with autism.” Their mission is noble, they exist to “meet the education and treatment needs of children with autism, and to facilitate professional training and research on autism intervention” and they do an amazing job.

The 2011 Spring Sensations Gala was a wonderful event that raised spirits and funds for PCDI.  The people who work with PCDI give so much of themselves for this amazing cause. They work hard all year to raise money and awareness, so this event is definitely a party with a purpose. After the silent and live auctions were concluded, Nite-Time had the dance floor packed all night. This year’s musical highlights included a trip through the decades starting with hits from the Motown era and culminating in a rousing medley of today’s instant classics that got all ages up and moving.

We’d like to thank everyone at The Princeton Child Development Institute for having us back and for including us in such a wonderful event, we hope to see you again next year!

For more information about PCDI or to contribute go to