The Town Hall

Music, Folk, country and blues Midtown West
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The Town Hall
The Town Hall

Acoustics at the 1921 "people’s auditorium" are superb, and there’s no doubting the gravitas of the Town Hall’s surroundings. The building was originally designed by illustrious architects McKim, Mead & White as a meeting house for the League for Political Education, a suffragist organisation. George Benson, Grizzly Bear and Lindsey Buckingham have performed here in recent times, and smart indie songwriters such as the Magnetic Fields have set up shop for a number of nights.


Venue name: The Town Hall
Address: 123 W 43rd St

Cross street: between Broadway and Sixth Ave
Transport: Subway: N, Q, R, 42nd St S, 1, 2, 3, 7 to 42nd St–Times Sq
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  • Thursday October 26 2017

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