Bowery Ballroom

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Lower East Side

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  • Address:

    Bowery Ballroom 6 Delancey St
    Lower East Side
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    between Bowery and Chrystie St

  • Venue phone:

    212-533-2111

  • Venue website:

    boweryballroom.com

  • Opening hours:

    Daily 7pm–4am

  • Transport:

    Subway: B, D to Grand St; J, Z to Bowery; 6 to Spring St

  • Price:

    Cover: $10–$25. Average drink: $4

  • Map

    1. Bowery Ballroom
      • 6 Delancey St
        Lower East Side
        New York
      • 212-533-2111
      • boweryballroom.com
      • 40.720364,-73.993542

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Brody Dalle

Alternative rock

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You might know Brody Dalle as the former shouter for the Distillers, or as Mrs. Josh Homme. The Aussie punk queen hits town here in support of her debut solo effort, Diploid Love, which features muscular dance-rock packed with attitude-heavy hooks. This...

Brody Dalle
  1. Until Tue Jul 22
  2. Bowery Ballroom
  3. $20
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The Dismemberment Plan

Indie rock, Punk & hardcore

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Of all the weirdo guitar-driven indie outfits the '90s spat out, few have been as stylistically singular and influential as post-hardcore group the Dismemberment Plan, whose game-changing Emergency & I emotively spoke to worldly malaise with the wonkiest...

The Dismemberment Plan

Fat White Family

Indie rock

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The unhinged output of Fat White Family suggests twangy garage-rock filtered through the ickiness of Birthday Party–style postpunk. Much like the album cover, which depicts an emaciated pig man flaunting an erection and holding a bloody hammer and sickle,...

Fat White Family

Freeman

Singer-songwriter, Alternative rock

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The cover of Aaron Freeman’s latest LP makes a clear statement. The title (as well as the moniker of his new band) is simply Freeman, but here, a period separates his last name into “free” and “man.” Two years on from the dissolution of Ween, the band...

Freeman
  1. Sat Oct 4
  2. Bowery Ballroom
  3. July 22 sold out; July 23, Oct 4 $20
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Imelda May + Screamin' Rebel Angels

Rock & roll

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Fast-rising Irish fox Imelda May has toured with Wanda Jackson and Jeff Beck, and brings her band to town once again to play rabble-rousing rockabilly.

  1. Tue Jul 29
  2. Bowery Ballroom
  3. sold out
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Joyce Manor

Indie rock

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Unhinged Cali emocore types Joyce Manor play behind its new third album, Never Hungover Again, on Epitaph. On Sept 15, the Exquisites and Mike Bell & the Movies open.

Joyce Manor
  1. Mon Sep 15
  2. Bowery Ballroom
  3. July 22 free with album purchase, Sept 1...
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Kimbra

Pop

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Heat-seeking New Zealand songstress Kimbra is much more than the crystal-clear-voiced cameo artist on Gotye's viral hit, "Somebody That I Used to Know." The 21-year-old has her own album, Vows (due in May in the U.S., already platinum in Australia), a...

Kimbra
  1. Sun Nov 2
  2. Bowery Ballroom
  3. sold out
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Ryan Leslie

Hip-hop, Soul, R&B & Funk

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Ryan Leslie, a triple-threat singer-rapper-songwriter in the Drake vein who famously graduated from Harvard at age 19, trades in what you might call retro-future soul. His songs are sleek, forward-looking, synth-driven productions; vocally, however, Leslie’s...

Ryan Leslie
  1. Wed Aug 20
  2. Bowery Ballroom
  3. $35, advance $30
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OK Go

Alternative rock

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The quirky Chicago alt-rock band more famous for its music videos than for its actual music has a new album due in October, Hungry Ghosts, and yes, a trippy optical illusion-laden video for single "The Writing's On the Wall." But are people actually into...

OK Go

Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats + Danava

Metal

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Psychedelic doom-metalists Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats aren't up to anything new, but their swirling sonics and way of pairing mountainous riffs with Beatles-via-Sabbath hooks help them to stand out from their crowded field. Here, the U.K. makes its NYC...

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