2 Chainz is playing his release show at Williamsburg Park

2chainzThe Kendrick Lamar show at Williamsburg Park is back on, and now 2 Chainz will be playing a release show for his new album B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time there as well. The show will be on September 15th and tickets go on sale friday. More information here.


Descendents & Hot Water Music played Saint Vitus

After Riot Fest at Williamsburg Park was cancelled due to the tornado that hit the city, Descendents and Hot Water Music headed over to Saint Vitus to play a free and intimate show. 20 minutes after the show was announced, 800 people clogged the sidewalk in front of the small Greenpoint bar. 300 (give or take) made it in. The show of course was nuts. Watch video edits of both sets below.

PHOTO GALLERY: Mad Decent Block Party at the Williamsburg “Park”

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An apocalyptic storm rolled through before the headliners got to take the stage but not before NickyDigital.com snapped 130+ photos of your smiling faces! [Read more…]

You Can Still Catch Tonight’s Cancelled Waterfront Show At A Secret Venue

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Organizers of the Lacoste L!VE Williamsburg Park Concert Series announced this evening that the Refused and Off! show would be cancelled due to the weather. But word around town – and confirmed by both bands’ Twitters – is that Refused will be playing a secret show at Europa Club on Meserole. Unlike the originally scheduled concert, this one is free. Doors at 9 p.m.

According to those on the scene, there is a humongous line. Some people are saying the club is already at its 550 person capacity. Here are some pictures of the line.

The Williamsburg Park Series Opened Tonight

After months of planning – including turning a random parking lot into a feasible concert venue – the Lacoste L!VE Williamsburg Park Concert Series opened tonight with Counting Crows. If you live in the area and opened your window at around 9 p.m., chances are you heard them playing “Mr. Jones.” Here’s what concertgoers and locals are tweeting about the show: [Read more…]

Williamsburg Park Starting To Look More Like A Concert Space


A lot is changing in the neighborhood today – not only is the McCarren Park Pool open for business, but construction on the stage at Williamsburg Park is officially underway. Concert series organizers posted this photo to Facebook today. The space looks different than it did the last time we saw it, but still looks mostly like a parking lot.

Checkout our Williamsburg Park Concerts page for more info on this summer’s series.

David Byrne and St. Vincent Are Bringing Their Act To The Waterfront Series


Williamsburg Park announced on Facebook today that David Byrne and St. Vincent will be joining the waterfront concerts lineup. The show is on September 29th and tickets go on sale on June 22nd.

As we posted earlier today, the two musicians are working on a project together and the first track is now available.

This announcement – as well as last week’s one for the Gotye show – is a welcome change from the otherwise ’90s-heavy schedule. But where are all the free shows?

Williamsburg Park Schedule

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As reported before, the line-up this year is pretty shitty. Counting Crows? Sublime? Thanks LACOSTE L!VE. Ugh. At least we have a couple to look forward to:

THURS, JULY 19: Pretty Good Friends, Eugene Mirman and musical guest OK GO (FREE)

SAT, AUG 18: Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, Antibalas (FREE)

AUG 19 SUN: My Morning Jacket, Shabazz Palaces

You can check out the full Williamsburg Park schedule at www.freewilliamsburg.com/listings/h2oshows.

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