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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Big & Rich

Country & folk

  • $$$

Big & Rich like to flaunt their goofball side—the Nashville pop-country duo dubbed its 2012 LP, Hillbilly Jedi—but they tend to sound most at home in sappy power-ballad mode (e.g., "Lost in This Moment," a 2007 portrait of wedding-day bliss). Both sides...

  1. Tue Sep 23
  2. Brooklyn Bowl
  3. $69–$2,000
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Brooklyn Bowl New Years Eve

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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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Dub Champions Festival: Lee "Scratch" Perry + Subatomic Sound System

Nightlife

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Perry, the eccentric genius also known as the Upsetter, is one of dub's towering figures—and, at 78, he's as vital and influential as ever. He hits Williamsburg for a live performance alongside collaborators Subatomic Sound System.

Dub Champions Festival: Lee "Scratch" Perry + Subatomic Sound System
  1. Wed Sep 24
  2. Brooklyn Bowl
  3. $20
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Dum Dum Girls

Indie rock

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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 English Beat + InDaze + DJ Dubmatix

Pop, Reggae, Rock & roll, Soul, R&B & Funk

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Brit ska’s greatest pogo band comes to town, with lead warbler Dave Wakeling and a backing group that plays to his strengths. And you know “Mirror in the Bathroom,” “I Confess” and Smokey Robinson’s “Tears of a Clown” are on the set list.

  1. Wed Sep 17
  2. Brooklyn Bowl
  3. $20
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The New Orleans Suspects

Soul, R&B & Funk

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  1. Thu Sep 25
  2. Brooklyn Bowl
  3. $10
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Public Enemy

Hip-hop

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Hugely influential in both the mainstream and left-field rhyme-saying fraternities, as well as among rock acts, raucous rabble-rousing rap veterans Public Enemy headline tonight, touting their latest, 12th record, The Evil Empire of Everything. Although...

Public Enemy
  1. Until Tue Sep 16
  2. Brooklyn Bowl
  3. $45
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Questlove

Nightlife

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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

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  • 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...

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