In recent decades, this Downtown landmark has been the backdrop for many televised music performances, hosted some of the region's biggest salsa parties, and provided good vibes for spin sessions from the likes of John Digweed and Paul Van Dyk. Unfortunately, while its architecture is amazing, it hasn't been renovated since 1990 and could use a little nip-tuck. Security is hands-on and about as friendly as a New York City sanitation worker.
1038 S Hill St
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French/Cuban twin sisters Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz roll into town singing their songs in both English and the Nigerian language Yoruba (in which "Ibeyi" means "twins"). Daughters of famous late Cuban percussionist Anga Diaz of the Buena Vista Social...Rap, hip-hop and R&B Friday September 18 2015Read more
Rock and electronica combine for an epic cocktail of tracks in Ratatat’s latest and fifth album, Magnifique. Packed with slide guitar, foot-tapping beats, and electronic tunage, this New York duo dishes out that unique compilation of sound we can’t get...Rock and indie Monday September 28 2015 - Tuesday September 29 2015Read more
Promising heavy metal rock, Satanic-style sets and their iconic half clerical, half demon-like garb, this Swedish band is (appropriately) taking over the Mayan just days before Halloween. Ghost is a hot ticket—not only because of exhilarating metal tunage,...Punk and metal Monday October 26 2015Read more