music venue

Recent Headlines
Lower East Side »

The venue is hosting a monthlong "house show," the owners said.

Greenwich Village »

Choga, at 145 Bleecker St., is shutting down on Feb. 28.

Williamsburg »

The music and art space has been open since 2006 and will host its last show on New Year's Eve.

Williamsburg »

The South Williamsburg venue's last day will be November 22.

East Williamsburg »

Amancay's Diner will serve "Bushwick-ified" diner classics, its owner said.

Kips Bay »

Texas-themed Rodeo Bar and Grill, which had live music, is shutting down, the owner said.

Crown Heights »

The creators of Global Square want artists and neighbors to see what will be a theater, gallery and bar.

Stapleton »

The venue, which participates in the Van Duzer Days music festival, launched a campaign to stay open.

East Williamsburg »

The applicant, Brooklyn Classic, filed to get a liquor license for 319 Frost St.

Williamsburg »

Rough Trade is upgrading its soundproofing just a week-and-a-half after it opened.

Bushwick »

One block off the Jefferson L train station is transforming to a center for film shoots and nightlife.

Crown Heights »

Classon Avenue's newest bar and music venue hopes to leverage crowds from the Brooklyn Flea offshoot.

East Williamsburg »

The 6,875-square-foot warehouse will include a bar, roof deck and rehearsal spaces on Morgan Avenue.

East Williamsburg »

The building owners of Paper Box and Shea Stadium smoke hookah and enjoy music nightly from their shop.

NoHo »

SubCulture hosts soulful, genre-defying musicians, the owners told DNAinfo New York.