Concert schedule for live music in New York City

Find out about recently announced live music in New York with our concert schedule. Beat the scalpers and buy tickets now.



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No concert in New York is ever truly sold out. You can always turn to the secondary market—Stubhub, Craigslist et al.—for tickets, but those passes come at a premium. (There's always the ol' bum-rush-the-show trick, but we advise against doing that, New York rite of passage or no.) Use our concert schedule to plan which shows in New York you want to see, and buy tickets before official channels sell out.


Bob Dylan, the Daptone Super Soul Revue and Billy Joel and more


Future Islands, Sam Smith and Jack White and more


Ariel Pink, Sleater-Kinney and They Might Be Giants and more

Further ahead

Grab your tickets early for alt-J, Neil Diamond, Belle and Sebastian and more

Fall concerts in NYC

Get ready for a busy fall season. We’ve rounded up the top fall concerts of 2014 with shows from arena heavy hitters to indie gems

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San Cisco and Smallpools co-headline Bowery Ballroom on Tuesday night! (7/26). You don't want to miss this as both bands are sure to blow up very soon! Check out Smallpools' “Dreaming”:


I love time out, history, life, music something f or everyone not matter what age are taste. Hey history of life in the music.

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