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'Hello Mr.' Wants To Help You Say 'Hello Love' This Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is fast approaching and if you're a "man who dates men" (or just someone who likes to dance your rump off) and you're in New York City, you've got something better than chalky candy hearts or a rom-com Netflix playlist to look forward to.

Why? Because on Saturday, Feb. 13, Hello Mr. magazine will throw its annual "Hello Love" Valentine's Day dance party at Verboten (54 North 11th Street, Brooklyn) in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

A press release for the event notes that it will feature music spun by D.J. Louie XIV, an open bar from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m., a cash bar from 12 a.m. to 4 a.m., and "the kind of surprises along the way that make 'Hello Love' one of the most highly anticipated Valentine’s Day events of the year." Tickets are $40 and can be purchased here.

“There’s a reason why we’re not putting an end time on our invitation this year," Ryan Fitzgibbon, Hello Mr.'s founder and Editor-in-Chief, said in an email sent to The Huffington Post. Fitzgibbon also announced a new partnership with the clothing brand Nephews to expand its line of “Hello Love” clothing. This year’s line includes premium Hello Love Muscle Tees ($35), Hello Love Box Tees ($40), and Hello Love Sweatshirts ($55) and can be purchased here.

So come let Hello Mr. help you say "hello love" or if you've already got someone(s) to call your own, bring 'em with you!

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