Me and my friends didn't know what to do on the last weekend. Most of the time, we're going out at bar or club we use to go and we feel that we need something new! We had a look on http://www.frenchcultureguide.com/category/nightlife/ and we've found some great events with different atmosphere! We will definitively check this website to know where to go for the next weekends!
Best summer live-music venues
Fri Dec 14 2012
- Price band: 1/4
- Critics choice
Thanks to Celebrate Brooklyn, the Prospect Park Bandshell is to Brooklynites what Central Park SummerStage is to Manhattan residents—the place to hear great music in the great outdoors. The programming for this summer festival mirrors the borough’s diversity: The music runs the gamut from folk (Toshi Reagon) to indie rock (Sonic Youth) and much more; an annual African-music festival is always a highlight.
- Prospect Park West at 9th St, Park Slope, Brooklyn
For more than 25 years, the City Parks Foundation has filled summers in the park with just about every sound under the sun. This New York institution has an ear for music of every type—M.I.A., Television and Amadou & Mariam have all played in recent years, as have Zap Mama, Nortec Collective and Neko Case. Many of the shows are free, with a handful of benefits covering for them.
- Rumsey Playfield, Central Park, enter at Fifth Ave and 72nd St
- Critics choice
Taking up the slack from the late, lamented Pool Parties at McCarren Park, the Williamsburg Waterfront is bringing some of indie rock's biggest acts—from the reunited Faith No More to the suddenly ubiquitous Pavement—to the strategically located hipster nexus of East River State Park.
- 110 Kent Ave at North 8th St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Each summer, Central Park SummerStage fills Rumsey Playfield with every type of music under the sun. After the SummerStage concerts (free) and their benefit shows (not free) conclude for the year, the space hosts other paying gigs, minus the SummerStage name.
- Enter park at Fifth Ave at 69th St
- Price band: 4/4
This Long Island theater is where classic-rock buffs from the burbs meet their NYC counterparts. The booking alternates between iconic nostalgia acts like Foreigner, soul stars like Jill Scott, and contemporary pop-rock sensations such as Paramore. Whoever's playing, expect a populist, ballpark-style concert experience.
- Jones Beach