Photograph: Virginia Rollison
Time Out says
Mon Feb 22 2010
Opened by Bowery Presents at the end of 2007, this three-floor, 3,000-capacity space is the largest midtown venue to set up shop in more than a decade. Bookings include bands that not long ago were playing smaller Bowery confines (Wolf Parade, Hot Chip), plus bigger stars (M.I.A.) and scruffy veterans with loyal fan bases (Ween, Brian Jonestown Massacre).
Terminal 5 610 W 56th St
- Cross Street:
at Eleventh Ave
Subway: A, C, B, D, 1 to 59th St–Columbus Circle
- 610 W 56th St
- 610 W 56th St
- Terminal 5
Music. Rock, Pop & Hip-hop. Hip-hop. Soul, R&B & Funk. Indie rock. Pop. Rock & roll. Reggae, World & Latin. Reggae. Nightlife
- Good for:
Celebrations. Dating. Date night. Socializing. Going in a group. Going solo. Lively scene. Mood. Escapism. Energetic and active. Trendy. Up-and-coming talent
What's on at Terminal 5
Alternative rock, Punk & hardcore
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