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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The Airborne Toxic Event + In the Valley Below

Indie rock

  • $$

Named after a section from a Don DeLillo book, L.A.'s Airborne Toxic Event plays moody indie rock with light-classical adornments.

The Airborne Toxic Event + In the Valley Below
  1. Tue Oct 7
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $30, advance $28
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Death From Above 1979

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, 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

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

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

FKA twigs

Soul, R&B & Funk

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

When considering London singer-songwriter FKA Twigs (real name: Tahlia Barnett), one word immediately comes to mind: spellbinding. Whether it’s her creeping, sensual songs; the subtly discomfiting visuals accompanying them; or the languid, undulating...

FKA twigs
  1. Sat Nov 8
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $25
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Interpol + Hundred Waters

Alternative rock

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

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 – Wed Nov 26
  2. Terminal 5
  3. sold out
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La Roux + Midnight Magic

Pop

  • Critics' pick

The British synth-pop duo behind 2009's unstoppable "Bulletproof" hits town behind its long-awaited sophomore effort, Trouble in Paradise, in which smartly coiffed singer-producer Elly Jackson croons over ’80s-indebted grooves. Local party-starting disco...

La Roux + Midnight Magic
  1. Sat Oct 4
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $35, advance $30
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London Grammar + Until the Ribbon Breaks

Music

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Fast-rising British indie-pop trio London Grammar hits NYC with support from soulful electro-r&b songster Pete Lawrie Winfield, a.k.a. Until the Ribbon Breaks.

London Grammar + Until the Ribbon Breaks
  1. Tue Nov 11
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $30, advance $25
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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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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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Real Estate + Peaking Lights + Regal Degal

Indie rock

  • Critics' pick

A romanticism of the everyday permeates Real Estate’s music; even after seeing the world via an international tour, singer-guitarist Martin Courtney prefers to sing about old municipalities and floating on inner tubes. It’s this consistent repose that...

Real Estate + Peaking Lights + Regal Degal
  1. Thu Oct 2
  2. Terminal 5
  3. $30, advance $25
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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.