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Williamsburg »

Northside Festival Founders Prepare For Biggest Year Yet

The fifth annual festival includes 350 bands and a giant technology expo in McCarren Park.

Chelsea »

Chelsea Music Festival Mixes Baroque, Beatles and Artisanal Cheese

The festival will celebrate both British and Italian cultures through music, art and food.

Gowanus »

Locals Oppose Rock 'n' Roll Bar for Kids on Gowanus Waterfront

Rock and Roll Playhouse will bring late nights, alcohol and loud music to the neighborhood, locals say.

Prospect Heights »

Band Plays Sold-Out Webster Hall Show Hours After Instruments Stolen

Wild Cub, a band on the rise from Nashville, had most of its instruments stolen from a parked van.

Upper East Side »

Park Avenue Chamber Symphony to Close Season with Special Debut

The group will play a Brookyn-born performer's work for the first time in New York City, organizers said.

Greenpoint »

Data-Driven Band 'CSV Soundsystem' Makes Music From Spreadsheets

The group, a riff on LCD Soundsystem, turned the U.S. government's finances into musical melodies.

Upper East Side »

Tony Design Matched With DIY Duds at Met Punk Fashion Exhibit

The new show tracing punk's influence on fashion will debut May 9 at the Met, 1000 Fifth Ave.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg 'Adult Prom' to Relive '80s with Retro Threads, Spiked Punch

The Knitting Factory is hosting its first adult prom on May 30.

New York City »

The Joy Formidable, Martha Wainwright and Aimee Mann Play New York

Check out who's playing New York City from April 17 to April 23.

Greenwich Village »

Legendary Record Store Bleecker Bob's Closes To Make Way For Yogurt Shop

Iconic Greenwich Village record store Bleecker Bob’s closed its doors forever on Saturday.

Greenwich Village »

Bleecker Bob's Packing Up as Record Store-Yogurt Shop Deal Falters

The shop could close as soon as this weekend as management looks at new locations in the East Village.

Greenwich Village »

Bleecker Bob's Could Keep Record Counter Inside New Frozen Yogurt Shop

A frozen yogurt chain is coming to West Third Street, but the music may not die.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights Orchestra Hosting Its Second Performance

The Jackson Heights Orchestra will be performing on March 13.

Bed-Stuy »

Arts Group Teaches African Drumming and Dance in Bedford-Stuyvesant

Asase Yaa teaches African dance and drums alongside other forms of dance to kids in Bed-Stuy.