Irving Plaza

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  • Address:

    Irving Plaza 17 Irving Pl
    Gramercy & Flatiron
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    at 15th St

  • Venue phone:

    212-777-6800

  • Venue website:

    irvingplaza.com

  • Transport:

    Subway: L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6 to 14th St–Union Sq

  • Map

    1. Irving Plaza
      • 17 Irving Pl
        Gramercy & Flatiron
        New York
      • 212-777-6800
      • irvingplaza.com
      • 40.734917,-73.988447

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Ab-Soul + Bas

Hip-hop

  • $$

L.A. rapper and Black Hippy member Ab-Soul—whom buddy Schoolboy Q calls a genius—hits town behind this summer's These Days..., which features verses by Kendrick Lamar, Danny Brown, Rick Ross and Action Bronson.

Balance and Composure + Seahaven + Creepoid

Punk & hardcore

Formed from the ashes of Erection Kids (you don't get to say that often), Pennsylvania postpunkers Balance and Composure play emo-informed, shoegazey rock.

Betty Who + Joywave + Great Good Fine Ok

Pop

Aussie dance-popster Betty Who comes off like the creative spawn of Robyn and Katy Perry, setting uplifting messages to bouncy, ’80s-flavored beats. Don your fave leotard-and-flashy-sock combo and—assuming you've already got tickets—get ready to dance...

Betty Who + Joywave + Great Good Fine Ok

Cloud Nothings + Tyvek

Indie rock

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

Cloud Nothings play the sort of scruffy fuzz-pop you've heard a million times, but thanks to the vocal pathos and songwriting smarts of frontman Dylan Baldi and the wiry muscle of bassist TJ Duke and drummer Jayson Gerycz, this Cleveland crew achieves...

Cloud Nothings + Tyvek

Jungle + Beaty Heart

Pop, Electronica, Soul, R&B & Funk

Thanks to live appearances at SXSW, it seems that enigmatic U.K. duo Jungle might actually be an enigmatic U.K. quintet. Mystery aside—because honestly, we find it a bit tiresome—Jungle's soulful, rolling funk-pop has gone over quite well, with XL releasing...

Rival Sons + Monster Truck

Rock & roll

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Long Beach blues-rock outfit Rival Sons, who draw from the same palette as the Black Keys, plays behind the arena-ready LP, Great Western Valkyrie. Blues-rocking Canadians Monster Truck set the scene.

Say Anything + Saves the Day + Reggie and the Full Effect

Punk & hardcore, Alternative rock

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  • Critics' pick

Sure, Say Anything is an emo outfit, but it's also one of the great bands of our time, regardless of subgenre. For more than a decade, frontman-songwriter Max Bemis has transformed his neurotic woes and exceedingly dirty thoughts into an ongoing alt-rock...

Say Anything + Saves the Day + Reggie and the Full Effect
  1. Tue Dec 2 – Wed Dec 3
  2. Irving Plaza
  3. $27.50
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Sick of It All + H2O + Wisdom in Chains + White Collar Crime LLC

Metal

  • $$

Seasoned local outfit Sick of It All can still be counted on for some witheringly brutal yet socially conscious metallic hardcore. Expect a monster pit, with peppy metallic-hardcore types H2O in support.

  1. Sat Oct 4
  2. Irving Plaza
  3. $26.50
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