The 10 best acts to see at Governors Ball
From big hitters like Drake and Björk to hot shots like Benjamin Booker, we've got your Governors Ball covered
Pixies' Black Francis and TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe interview each other
We bring together two indie-rock heroes for a candid, killer conversation
The best concerts in NYC this week
Our top picks for this week include FIDLAR, Dave Holland and Pixies
Father John Misty opens up about marriage and death
The psychedelic rock and soul singer dishes in advance of his big summer date
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Purity Ring, the Governors Ball and more
Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters, U2 and more
Iggy Azalea, Stromae, AC/DC and more
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Here's the full 2015 Warm Up lineup
If you're anything like us, your summer concerts calendar is just about booked solid. Between all the free and outdoor concerts and outdoor dance parties,...
Ticket alert: The best New York concerts on sale this week
This week we finally got the full 2015 Northside Festival lineup. There's plenty to get psyched for at the fest, which runs June 11–14: Gigs with beloved...
Here's the full 2015 Northside Festival concert lineup
Think of the procession of NYC summer-concerts announcements as the drawn-out ending of a poker game. In turn, each series or fest tips its hand (i.e.,...
Get "Loaded" with five Primal Scream video clips before Thursday's show
Primal Scream plays Warsaw in Greenpoint on Thursday in support of its 10th album—and first since 2008—the career-spanning More Light. The band kicked off a...
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Where to see live hip-hop music in NYC
Our pick of the city's best venues for getting your live hip-hop fix, raw and uncut.
Summer music festival guide
Our complete guide to NYC's best summer fests
Jerron "Blind Boy" Paxton plays Time Out Live
The vintage blues and folk singer wowed Time Out
The drummer talks about scoring Best Picture winner Birdman
The best classical and opera concerts in NYC
New York Philharmonic Free Memorial Day Concert
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, with all its architectural and spiritual splendor, has become the cherished venue where the New York...
New York Philharmonic: Concerts in the Parks
Recline on the grass of the Great Lawn in Central Park and hear the city fall silent as the New York Philharmonic Orchestra performs mesmerizing scores....
All Roads Do Not Lead Forward
The Mimesis Ensemble presents the NYC premiere of Mohammed Fairouz's Sadat, which takes as its subject the late Egyptian leader Anwar Sadat. The program also...
George Lewis: Afterword, The AACM (as) Opera
Trombonist, composer and Columbia University Professor of American Music George Lewis literally wrote the book on the Association for the Advancement of...
The best cabaret concerts in NYC
There may be no better way to spend an early Saturday evening in New York than with the superb pianist and singer Barbara Carroll, joined here by bassist Jay...
Moore’s multioctave turns in the musicals Hair and Purlie made her a star back in the day, and helped change the sound of Broadway singing. Since then she...
Even those who did not care for NBC’s Smash—and Lord knows they were vocal about it—agreed that Hilty rose to the top of the show like cream. Last year, the...
Justin Vivian Bond: Love Is Crazy!
Alt-cabaret superstar Justin Vivian Bond has a mama-snake mixture of nurture and menace: part trans den mother, part cultural assassin, part offhand...