Terminal 5

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Photograph: Virginia Rollison

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  • Address:

    Terminal 5 610 W 56th St
    Midtown West
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    at Eleventh Ave

  • Venue phone:

    212-260-4700

  • Venue website:

    terminal5nyc.com

  • Transport:

    Subway: A, C, B, D, 1 to 59th St–Columbus Circle

  • Map

    1. Terminal 5
      • 610 W 56th St
        Midtown West
        New York
      • 212-260-4700
      • terminal5nyc.com
      • 40.769708,-73.992762

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Lily Allen

Pop

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Five years and change after her last album, pop vixen Lily Allen returned to the spotlight earlier this year with a new effort, Sheezus. The sassy Brit attracted a fair bit of criticism: First, there were claims that her video for “Hard Out Here,” which...

Lily Allen
  1. Tue Sep 23 – Wed Sep 24
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $40, advance $35
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BANKS

Pop

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Last year was a bit of a whirlwind for arty L.A. R&B purveyor Jillian Banks, who performs as BANKS. It began when British DJ Zane Lowe found her song "Before I Ever Met You" online and hyped it on his radio show as the next big thing. Jump ahead one year,...

  1. Tue Sep 30
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $25
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Citizen Cope

Hip-hop, Soul, R&B & Funk, Alternative rock

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With his mellifluous croon and warm arrangements, Basehead associate Citizen Cope is the Jack Johnson of soul. Not a bad thing in our book. At this big show, the self-proclaimed urban poet celebrates the 10th anniversary of his album The Clarence Greenwood...

Citizen Cope
  1. Wed Sep 17 – Thu Sep 18
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $56, advance $50.50
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Death From Above 1979

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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One month shy of a decade since the release of their much-acclaimed debut, 2004's You're a Woman, I'm a Machine, the amped-up Canadian dance-rawk duo finally dropped their follow-up, The Physical World, just in time to ride the early aughts nostalgia...

Death From Above 1979
  1. Fri Nov 28
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $38, advance $32
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Mac DeMarco

Indie rock

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The reigning hooligan king of indie pop, Mac DeMarco, peddles pouty, surreally stylized lo-fi tunage in support of a new LP, Salad Days. The impish outsider-lite-rocker has been busy on the local festival circuit recently, playing Northside and 4Knots...

Mac DeMarco

Die Antwoord

Hip-hop

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It seems like an eternity ago (2010, for those keeping track) that the Web reached a collective frothing point over the Die Antwoord’s early videos, which chronicled a surreally scuzzy South African subculture known as zef. But the Cape Town dance-rap...

Die Antwoord
  1. Tue Sep 9
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $39.50
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Feed Me

Nightlife

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Feed Me is the moniker that Jon Gooch, who also records drum ’n’ bass and dubstep tunes as Spor, has chosen for his electrohouse-leaning side project. (Actually, since Feed Me is signed to Deadmau5's Mau5trap label and has been rocking ginormous festival...

  1. Sat Aug 2
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $35, advance $30
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Flying Lotus + Thundercat

Electronica, Hip-hop

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Since 2012’s excellent Until the Quiet Comes, Flying Lotus, reigning emperor of the forward-thinking L.A. electronica scene, has indeed been quiet—under that moniker, at least. In the meantime, the producer born Steven Ellison has issued an entire LP...

Flying Lotus + Thundercat
  1. Wed Oct 15
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $30
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Interpol + Hundred Waters

Alternative rock

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Interpol's brief moment as indie-rock gods didn't last forever—Turn on the Bright Lights holds up as one of the most memorable debuts of the ’00s—but the band still manages to churn out solid, Joy Division–esque anthems on its new, fifth LP, El Pintor....

Interpol + Hundred Waters
  1. Mon Nov 24
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $30
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The Kooks + Clara-Nova

Pop, Indie rock

Deep in the bowels of Britain lies a factory that produces sturdy, cookie-cutter rock quartets, all shaggy hair and broad pop songs. The Kooks, an unimaginative yet appealing Brighton band, are but one offering, with traces of Franz Ferdinand, the Strokes...

  1. Tue Jul 29
  2. Terminal 5
  3. July 28 $35, advance $30; July 29 sold o...
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JG

Terminal 5 is the worst space to see great music. Sightlines are awful, entrance chaotic, and for whatever reasons, the crowds are the rudest in the city. Stay away for your own safety.