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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Animal Collective (DJ set)

Nightlife

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Geologist and Deakin, of beloved avant-pop outfit Animal Collective, hit Brooklyn Bowl to deliver what is likely to be an expansive and intriguing set of songs.

Biz Markie

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The beloved hip-hop vet (and human teddy bear) Biz Markie stops in for a late-night DJ set. If we're lucky, maybe he'll get on the mike, do a bit of beat-boxing and warble the hook to "Just a Friend."

Biz Markie
  1. Thu Oct 9
  2. Brooklyn Bowl
  3. $7–$10
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Brazilian Girls + Nickodemus

Nightlife

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Cosmopolitan eclectics Brazilian Girls used to be the Sunday band at the Avenue C nook Nublu; now their smooth blend of electronic dance music with tango, house, lounge and reggae is on the hit parade for globe-trotters everywhere. Nickodemus, the resident...

  1. Wed Oct 1
  2. Brooklyn Bowl
  3. $22–$25
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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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DJ Vadim + Fort Knox Five

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Venerable beatsmith DJ Vadim, the Russian producer long associated with the Ninja Tune label who's been one of the main players of the left-field hip-hop scene since the mid-’90s, takes control of the sounds at Brooklyn Bowl, with a little help from D.C....

  1. Fri Oct 10
  2. Brooklyn Bowl
  3. $10
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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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Questlove

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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...

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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