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Brooklyn Steel

Music, Music venues East Williamsburg
5 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Brooklyn Steel
Photograph: Clayton Guse

Time Out says

These cavernous concert digs from Bowery Presents, the promoters behind Music Hall of Williamsburg and Rough Trade, boast an audience capacity of 1,800 in its 20,000 square feet of converted steel fabrication warehouse. The industrial-chic building houses 40 restrooms (yup 40!), two additional bars, tapered balconies and a plant-adorned "green roof."



Address: 319 Frost St
Cross street: Debevoise Ave
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  • Thursday April 9 2020
  • Rock and indie Friday April 17 2020 - Saturday April 18 2020
  • Rock and indie Wednesday May 13 2020
  • Thursday May 28 2020 - Saturday May 30 2020
  • Thursday June 4 2020
  • Rock and indie Tuesday June 9 2020 - Thursday June 11 2020
  • House, disco and techno Friday June 19 2020

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This is a huge, fairly new, venue in Brooklyn that is super spacious! I was able to see Kimbra perform in January and it was easy to navigate towards the front for a general admission show. It seems like any view would have been great as there is an upstairs.


Brooklyn Steel is already one of my favorite music venues in New York City. 

Situated in the industrial edge of Williamsburg not far from the Kosciuzcko Bridge, I've had the chance to see two concerts here and both were fantastic not only because of the artists themselves but the intimacy of the venue. It's similar in size to Irving Plaza and the acoustics are great. Once you enter there are sometimes food vendors like Sam's Fried Ice Cream and Big Mozz if you wanted to grab something to eat before the concert. Other than those vendors, there is not much else to eat so make sure to eat dinner beforehand as  there isn't much dining super close by. 

The bar area is in the main lobby and standard NY prices so whether or not you want to drink is entirely up to you. The tickets are quite affordable and because of the size of the space, there's not really a bad view or sound in Brooklyn Steel.

Happy concert viewing and remember: Don't deny, satisfy! 

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