Hope you all made the most of your may-as-well-have-been-a holiday weekend last time around. These five day weeks are tough, who came up with that idea?
We’re closing June out with a fine set of options this weekend. There’s also the pride parade on Sunday and the second Democrat debate on Thursday, so whether you want excitement or bloated boredom, you can go nuts. Whatever your plans, the shows below should be among them.
No sun? Still fun. Or at least the organizers over at The Governors Ball Music & Arts Festival seem to think so. In what has become an annual tradition, GovBallNYC has announced another stacked “After Dark” series, for festival goers who want to keep the party going long after the last headlining guitar strums fall […]
The state of the union may have been filled with bile and lies, but you’ll find none of that below (well, maybe a little bile). Here’s the State of New York this weekend…
We’ve really been put through the ringer with the weather this week but the next few days are going to be lovely by comparison! So by mere virtue of surviving to this point, give yourselves a pat on the back, and go see people playing guitars.
The new Hoxton hotel has three restaurants. Klein’s is the flagship on the ground floor. There’s a rooftop bar called Summerly. And there’s a terrace bar on the second floor called Backyard. All three spots are run by Jud Mongell (Five Leaves) and Zeb Stewart (Union Pool) which makes us hopeful and is a sign […]
Happy labour day weekend, everyone. Summer is officially ending and not a moment too soon given the weather this week… you can still hit a couple of outdoor shows, even head to the beach if you want, but I would personally like to welcome our hopefully less humid autumnal overlords.
Summer is almost here and the season’s live, outdoor shows are slowly being announced. We told you that Elsewhere is opening a rooftop. They announced their initial line-up last week. The meat market (chuckle) known as Union Pool is hosting their annual Summer Thunder series as well. Here’s the line-up thus far: JUNE 2 – […]
We’ve got another excellent list of almost exclusively local bands to enjoy this weekend and thankfully we seemed to breeze through February, it’ll time to enjoy Spring before we know it!
August seems pretty quiet on the show-front but at least the weekends are still strong and we’re still very much in free-summer-concert season. Providing the weather can hold out there are plenty of reasons to be outside in the coming days, so switch your brain off and try to enjoy yourselves.