Terminal 5

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Midtown West

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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Cold War Kids + Elliot Moss

Indie rock, Rock & roll

  • $$

While we still don't think that California's Cold War Kids have yet topped their anthem "Hang Me Up to Dry," the group keeps chugging along. The band plays this T5 gig supporting its latest disc, Hold My Home.

Cold War Kids + Elliot Moss
  1. Fri Mar 20 2015
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $28–$30
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Death From Above 1979 + Biblical

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

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. The band’s bionic grooves are just as lean as irresistible...

Death From Above 1979 + Biblical
  1. Fri Nov 28
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $38, advance $32
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Future Islands + Operators

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

  • Critics' pick
  • Free

Last March, Future Islands ascended from best-kept-secret status to near-viral ubiquitousness with a stunning Letterman performance of new single "Seasons." Fortunately, the eccentric Baltimore synth-pop crew—whose athletic, disarmingly emotive vocalist,...

Future Islands + Operators
  1. Thu Jan 8 2015 – Fri Jan 9 2015
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $25
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Lucius + Bahamas + Elaphant

Indie rock, Folk

Brooklyn gals Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig sing super sweet harmonies as part of five-piece combo Lucius. They support their buzzy debut album, Wildewoman, with support from erstwhile Feist guitarist Afie Jurvanen, who plays as Bahamas, and local rockers...

  1. Sat Dec 6
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $26.50
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Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood

Fusion

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

This big show by jam-jazz champs Medeski Martin & Wood finds the ever-funksome group renewing its acquaintance with soulful guitarist and fellow traveler John Scofield.

Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood
  1. Thu Dec 11
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $35, advance $30
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The New Deal + Conspirator

Rock & roll

The New Deal's music is like a soundtrack to the digital hippie lifestyle. The trio plays trance organically, on live instruments (rather than laptops or turntables), which can be a hoot to witness live…especially if you've stocked up on psychedelics...

  1. Sat Nov 29
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $27–$30
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The 1975 + CRUISR

Indie rock, Alternative rock

Bratty, likably bombastic British synth-popsters the 1975 come from Manchester (the birthplace of the Smiths, the Stone Roses and Happy Mondays) and are something of a big deal in their homeland: The band's eponymous debut album hit the top spot on the...

The 1975 + CRUISR
  1. Thu Dec 4 – Fri Dec 5
  2. Terminal 5
  3. sold out
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OK Go

Alternative rock

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

The quirky Chicago alt-rock band—more famous for its music videos than for its actual music—has a new album, Hungry Ghosts, and, yes, a trippy, optical-illusion–laden video for the single “The Writing’s on the Wall.” But are people actually into the band?...

OK Go
  1. Sat Apr 11 2015
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $30
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Opeth + In Flames + Red Fang

Metal

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

Opeth singer-guitarist Mikael Åkerfeldt had worn his vintage prog-rock fetish on his sleeve for so long that 2011's Heritage didn't come as such a surprise. Foregoing almost entirely the death-metal crunch and growl of the Swedish group's salad years,...

Opeth + In Flames + Red Fang
  1. Thu Dec 18
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $35
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Ariel Pink

Indie rock

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

Los Angeles DIY pop king Ariel Pink promotes his latest weirdo, lo-fi disc, Pom Pom. With the album, Pink drops the Haunted Graffiti moniker used for his last two excellent records; the resulting LP is more raw and wiry, like a Russ Meyer romp set to...

Ariel Pink
  1. Wed Feb 25 2015
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $30
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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.