Music Hall of Williamsburg

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  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    Music Hall of Williamsburg

  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    Music Hall of Williamsburg

  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    Music Hall of Williamsburg

  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    Music Hall of Williamsburg

  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    Music Hall of Williamsburg

Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

Music Hall of Williamsburg

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  • Address:

    Music Hall of Williamsburg 66 North 6th St
    Williamsburg
    Brooklyn

  • Cross Street:

    between Kent and Wythe Aves

  • Venue phone:

    718-486-5400

  • Venue website:

    musichallofwilliamsburg.com

  • Transport:

    Subway: L to Bedford Ave

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Indie rock

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When latter-day supergroup Wild Flag folded after an all-too-brief run, abandoning its anthem-thirsty following, the question was: Who will pick up the slack? Sleater Kinney reunion aside, ex-WF guitarist (and bona fide indie-rock hero, formerly of Helium,...

The Hold Steady + The So So Glos

Indie rock, Rock & roll

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Expert rock & roll mythologists the Hold Steady bring their tales of nostalgia, listlessness and inebriation to the 'Burg for New Year's Eve and Eve Eve shows. The bar band extraordinaire is riding high from its latest, Teeth Dreams, so expect it to ring...

The Hold Steady + The So So Glos
  1. Tue Dec 30 – Wed Dec 31
  2. Music Hall of Williamsburg
  3. sold out
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Lovesick: A Wedding Event for the Cool at Heart

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You and your special someone may not be getting hitched anytime soon, but it can't hurt to look at this couple-friendly expo packed with burlesque performances, live music and merch from NYC's most romantic vendors.  

Lovesick: A Wedding Event for the Cool at Heart
  1. Sun Jan 4 2015
  2. Music Hall of Williamsburg
  3. $15, advance $10
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Sheer Terror + Slapshot + Heavy Chains + Blind Justice + Vice

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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Seminal New York hardcore thug squad Sheer Terror, which recently finished up its first full-length in 18 years, gathers for a 30th-anniversary show with Boston hardcore vets Slapshot.

  1. Sat Dec 27
  2. Music Hall of Williamsburg
  3. $25, advance $20
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They Might Be Giants

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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The quirk-rock masters come off last year's expectedly weird-but-charming Nanobots to play a special series of NYC dates: one MHOW gig per month for five months, starting with a sold-out show in January. Each of the following concerts is devoted to one...

They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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  • Critics' pick

The quirk-rock masters come off last year's expectedly weird-but-charming Nanobots to play a special series of NYC dates: one MHOW gig per month for five months, starting with a sold-out show in January. Each of the following concerts is devoted to one...

They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

The quirk-rock masters come off last year's expectedly weird-but-charming Nanobots to play a special series of NYC dates: one MHOW gig per month for five months, starting with a sold-out show in January. Each of the following concerts is devoted to one...

They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

The quirk-rock masters come off last year's expectedly weird-but-charming Nanobots to play a special series of NYC dates: one MHOW gig per month for five months, starting with a sold-out show in January. Each of the following concerts is devoted to one...

They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

The quirk-rock masters come off last year's expectedly weird-but-charming Nanobots to play a special series of NYC dates: one MHOW gig per month for five months, starting with a sold-out show in January. Each of the following concerts is devoted to one...

They Might Be Giants

Twin Shadow

Indie rock, Pop

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Since George Lewis Jr. introduced himself to the public as north Brooklyn's one-man laptop act Twin Shadow, he's added a live band to the fray and made for some kind of indie-Prince, slick-dance-ballad endeavor—which is to say that it's awesome. There's...

Twin Shadow

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