The Knitting Factory at Baker Falls is the perfect resurgence of the beloved Brooklyn Knitting Factory outpost meeting the downtown Manhattan rock scene. Located in the former Pyramid Club, the venue has something for everyone and honors the storied history of the space (home to the first Nirvana and Red Hot Chili Peppers shows). Outfitted with a cafe that operates during the day, performance space, full bar, and lounge, The Knitting Factory at Baker Falls draws folks from all walks of life into its inclusive, exciting realm. Be sure to check out the eccentric lounge downstairs after the show, a great spot to hang and keep the vibes going.
While we can’t believe it’s already November, we’re feeling very thankful for all the awesome shows this month.
This week, we’ve got six nights of R&B, jazz & hip hop with pianist, composer and producer, Robert Glasper. The four-time Grammy nominee is hitting Blue Note Jazz Club Tuesday-Sunday.
We hope everyone is having a great weekend and is as pumped as we are for this fall weather and all the awesome artists we have playing this month.
First, start this week off with some badass ladies of indie pop, Boy Genius w/ MUNA, at Madison Square Garden on Monday. Then, we’ve got the Southern California rock band, Sun Room, at Webster Hall on Thursday. We’re giving away tickets to some lucky groovers, so be sure to enter to win here by Tuesday! This weekend, head back to MSG for South African DJ, record producer & songwriter, Black Coffee, on Saturday.
Mackenzie Shrieve gets gigs, whether she’s booking or playing them herself. As the Operations Manager at the concierge booking platform, GigFinesse, Mackenzie oversees a team focused on transforming and improving the booking process between venues and artists. As a singer/songwriter, Mackenzie makes folk/indie/rock music with a twist of pop and deeply personal lyrics.
We hope everyone is enjoying the long weekend and is as pumped as we are for all the awesome shows in September!
This week, the legendary rock band, Eagles, are kicking off their final tour. After over half a century of making music, they begin “The Long Goodbye” at Madison Square Garden on Thursday and Friday, so don’t miss your last chance to hear “Hotel California” live.
Somehow it’s already August and we hope everyone’s been enjoying all the groovy times. We’ve got a ton of great artists coming this month to keep the summer vibes strong.
This week, catch some outdoor vibes with the British electronic group, Jungle, doing a DJ set on the Elsewhere Rooftop on Thursday. On Friday, head back for the sister duo, Coco & Breezy, blending house, R&B, pop and Afro-Latino vibes.
Superior Ingredients is a unique multilevel music venue with a focus on the dance/house scene. Enjoy the skyline view from the glass encased roof, or vibe in the club inside.
Hosting their first show in the early 70s, the Central Park SummerStage has been home to countless festivals, spoken word, and dance events. The majority of performances here are either benefit shows or free admission that typically span from June to October. Grab your sunglasses and head to the park for some epic outdoor dancing.
July is stacked with so many great artists to keep you groovin’ through this summer.
This week, head to the Rooftop at Pier 17 for some reggae rock vibes, with Rebelution on Thursday and Friday. For some jazz, funk, R&B and soul-inspired brass music, check out Dirty Dozen Brass Band, celebrating over 40 years since their founding at Blue Note Jazz Club on Thursday-Sunday.
Summer is here, and we are so stoked for all the artists coming in June. June is pride month, and there’s a ton of great shows celebrating, including Planet Pride Festival, with Gorgon City, Gareth Emery and Coco & Breezy, at Brooklyn Mirage, or Dreamland: Pride in Central Park with Purple Disco Machine. June also marks the beginning of SummerStage, the seasonal outdoor venue in Central Park.