Brooklyn Bowl

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Williamsburg

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  • Address:

    Brooklyn Bowl 61 Wythe Ave
    Williamsburg
    Brooklyn
    11211

  • Cross Street:

    at North 11th St

  • Venue phone:

    718-963-3369

  • Venue website:

    brooklynbowl.com

  • Opening hours:

    Mon–Fri 6pm–2am; Sat, Sun noon–2am

  • Transport:

    Subway: L to Bedford Ave

  • Price:

    Half-hour of play for up to eight people: Sat $20; Sun $20; shoe rental $5.

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    1. Brooklyn Bowl
      • 61 Wythe Ave
        Williamsburg
        Brooklyn
        11211
      • 718-963-3369
      • brooklynbowl.com
      • 40.721876,-73.957676

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Beach Fossils + Small Black + Wardell + Fiancé

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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CMJ. Blissed-out indie-gone-psych faves Beach Fossils air their fuzzy, breezy gems at a showcase that also features the lush, ’80s-steeped stylings of Small Black.

Beach Fossils + Small Black + Wardell + Fiancé
  1. Thu Oct 23
  2. Brooklyn Bowl
  3. $12, free with R.S.V.P.
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Brooklyn Bowl New Years Eve

Things to Do

Bowling on New Year's Eve? It's an entirely novel way to celebrate the turn of the calendar. This year might as well split. (Sorry, we couldn't help ourselves. )

Brooklyn Bowl New Years Eve
  1. Wed Dec 31
  2. Brooklyn Bowl
  3. $20
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Dum Dum Girls

Indie rock

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  • Critics' pick

Dum Dum Girls' songs are built on the bare-bones structures of ’60s girl groups and fleshed out with 21st-century malaise. The four-piece performs behind a recent Sub Pop LP, Too True, a dreamy, poppy gem, albeit one that feels ever so slightly darker...

Dum Dum Girls
  1. Thu Oct 30
  2. Brooklyn Bowl
  3. $20
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The Felice Brothers

Indie rock, Country & folk

  • $$

The Felice Brothers specialize in rustic yet modern indie rock, which can come off like a reconciliation of The Basement Tapes and the Sufjan Stevens songbook. The upstate eccentrics support a recent disc, Favorite Waitress, at this Halloween-themed ...

  1. Wed Oct 29
  2. Brooklyn Bowl
  3. $20
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Questlove

Nightlife

  • $
  • Critics' pick

The beloved Roots man is a musical genius and, luckily for us, a Brooklyn Bowl institution: He runs the weekly Bowl Train soiree. Expect a boogie-inducing mix of hip-hop, house, ’80s jams and rare grooves—augmented with Soul Train videos, duh—to ensure...

Questlove

Questlove

Nightlife

  • $
  • Critics' pick

The beloved Roots man is a musical genius and, luckily for us, a Brooklyn Bowl institution: He runs the weekly Bowl Train soiree. Expect a boogie-inducing mix of hip-hop, house, ’80s jams and rare grooves—augmented with Soul Train videos, duh—to ensure...

Questlove

Questlove

Nightlife

  • $
  • Critics' pick

The beloved Roots man is a musical genius and, luckily for us, a Brooklyn Bowl institution: He runs the weekly Bowl Train soiree. Expect a boogie-inducing mix of hip-hop, house, ’80s jams and rare grooves—augmented with Soul Train videos, duh—to ensure...

Questlove

Questlove

Nightlife

  • $
  • Critics' pick

The beloved Roots man is a musical genius and, luckily for us, a Brooklyn Bowl institution: He runs the weekly Bowl Train soiree. Expect a boogie-inducing mix of hip-hop, house, ’80s jams and rare grooves—augmented with Soul Train videos, duh—to ensure...

Questlove

Questlove

Nightlife

  • $
  • Critics' pick

The beloved Roots man is a musical genius and, luckily for us, a Brooklyn Bowl institution: He runs the weekly Bowl Train soiree. Expect a boogie-inducing mix of hip-hop, house, ’80s jams and rare grooves—augmented with Soul Train videos, duh—to ensure...

Questlove

Questlove

Nightlife

  • $
  • Critics' pick

The beloved Roots man is a musical genius and, luckily for us, a Brooklyn Bowl institution: He runs the weekly Bowl Train soiree. Expect a boogie-inducing mix of hip-hop, house, ’80s jams and rare grooves—augmented with Soul Train videos, duh—to ensure...

Questlove
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