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Date Time Event Description
May-05-14 08:00 AM TechCrunch Disrupt NY: May 5-7, 2014

TechCrunch Disrupt is a three-day, single-track conference and startup competition to immerse you in the debate about what's changing in technology right now, what's causi

TechCrunch Disrupt is a three-day, single-track conference and startup competition to immerse you in the debate about what's changing in technology right now, what's causing it and what we need to do about it to survive and thrive in real time.

TechCrunch Disrupt gathers the leaders and innovators of the technology and media industries to give you deep insights [...]

May-08-14 12:00 AM Verge Art Fair New York Verge Art Fair New York is going to be an important event that will be held at New York, USA for four consecutive days. This event is going to be an ongoing experiment in art, markets, ideas and the Verge Art Fair New York is going to be an important event that will be held at New York, USA for four consecutive days. This event is going to be an ongoing experiment in art, markets, ideas and the art culture. Visitors who are interested in this field including influential collectors, curators and press from the international art market, young upstarts, local legends, painters, photographers, [...]
May-17-14 07:30 PM Ring of Honor Wrestling
May-21-14 09:00 PM Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
May-21-14 09:00 PM Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
May-30-14 12:00 AM The Cadillac Three
May-30-14 07:00 PM Jake Owen, The Cadillac Three Jake Owen Tour - Days of Gold
Jun-24-14 08:00 PM Tegan and Sara
Jun-27-14 07:00 PM Logic
Jun-28-14 10:00 PM WE Party: Casino | NYC Pride

The greatest party in the world returns to New York City for the greatest Pride in the world.

Masterbeat presents

WE PARTY: CASINO

Saturday, June 28
10 pm - 6 am
The H

The greatest party in the world returns to New York City for the greatest Pride in the world.

Masterbeat presents

WE PARTY: CASINO

Saturday, June 28
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The Hammerstein Ballroom

The Official Saturday Night Event of NYC Pride

DJ's Isaac Escalante & Micky Friedmann

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THE BITTER END 147 Bleecker Street New York NY
Date Time Event Description
Apr-24-14 07:00 PM Kesang Marstrand Established in 1961, The Bitter End is the oldest rock and roll club in New York City. The classic red brick stage backdrop and intimate vibe make this historic venue almost as iconic as its headline Established in 1961, The Bitter End is the oldest rock and roll club in New York City. The classic red brick stage backdrop and intimate vibe make this historic venue almost as iconic as its headliners. For over 50 years, our audiences have been blown away by legendary artists like Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan, Lady Gaga, Jackson Browne, Neil Diamond, Gavin DeGraw, Woody Allen, Jon Stewart, Randy Newman, Billy Crystal, Tommy James, Norah Jones, Donnie Hathaway, Curtis Mayfield, and thousands more. [...]
Apr-25-14 07:00 PM AJ Smith- Spacebeard- Eleventh Ward- The Rusty Guns- Fancy Reagan
Apr-25-14 07:00 PM AJ Smith & The Apollo LIVE at The Bitter End (4/25 - 9pm)

AJ Smith & The Apollo LIVE at The Bitter End
Friday, April 25th
9:30pm, 7pm doors

 

Featuring:
Fancy Reagan
Chromatropic
3WB
The Rusty Guns
Dali Blue
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AJ Smith & The Apollo LIVE at The Bitter End
Friday, April 25th
9:30pm, 7pm doors

 

Featuring:
Fancy Reagan
Chromatropic
3WB
The Rusty Guns
Dali Blue
Matt Strief

 

It's been nearly a year since AJ Smith released his debut EP to a sold-out crowd at Webster Hall. After writing for months and performing solo shows to test new material, AJ and his band, The Apollo, are ready to debut new works live a legendary NYC venue, The Bitter End. Taking the same stage that has hosted the talents of Bob Dylan, Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, Joni Mitchell and so many more (including recent stars like Lady Gaga and Lana Del Rey), this promises to be an incredible night of live music. 

 

SPECIAL PROMOTIONS:

First 40 people to purchase pre-sale tickets, get a 50% discount and a FREE CD at the venue!!!

Like AJ Smith on Facebook for a FREE download of "Standing in the Shallow Water (LIVE)" at www.facebook.com/ajsmithmusic

[...]
Apr-25-14 09:00 PM AJ Smith It's been a year since the release of AJ Smith's debut EP "Dragons in the Sky." Join AJ and his band, The Apollo as they debut new music at legendary venue, The Bitter End.
Apr-25-14 10:00 PM Fancy Reagan
Apr-26-14 08:00 PM Cousin George Cousin George will be performing a second show at The Bitter End, including songs from the debut album, "Coming Out".
Apr-26-14 08:00 PM Saturday Drive
Apr-26-14 09:00 PM Chris Saunders- Eleventh Ward
Apr-27-14 08:45 PM Regina Zaremba @ The Bitter End (Singer-Songwriter Night)

Regina Zaremba is one of the featured artists at The Bitter End on Sunday, April 27th. Come see her set as well as the other singer-songwriters featured that evening.

http://www.reginazaremba.co

Regina Zaremba is one of the featured artists at The Bitter End on Sunday, April 27th. Come see her set as well as the other singer-songwriters featured that evening.

http://www.reginazaremba.com 

LIMITED $5 TICKETS AHEAD OF TIME AVAILABLE HERE. 

Alternatively, tickets are $10 at the door on the night of the event-- please mention that you're coming to see Regina!

 

Regina's set begins at 9pm, but make sure to arrive by 8:45 to catch her on time.


(This event is 18+ or all ages w/ a parent or guardian)

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Apr-29-14 06:00 PM Ascending From Ashes (AFA) An acoustic set at the legendary Bitter End
Beacon Theatre 2124 Broadway (at 74th) New York NY
Date Time Event Description
Apr-25-14 08:00 PM George Lopez
Apr-25-14 08:00 PM General Mischief Dance Theatre presents RASCALS WITH ALTITUDE General Mischief Dance Theatre presents its spring performance, Rascals with Altitude. Performances will take place from April 25 – May 4 at The Connelly Theatre, 220 East 4th Street, NYC. Tickets a General Mischief Dance Theatre presents its spring performance, Rascals with Altitude. Performances will take place from April 25 – May 4 at The Connelly Theatre, 220 East 4th Street, NYC. Tickets are $20 in advance for general admission ($25 at the door, $15 for students and seniors, $10 to children ten and under) and are available at https://www.artful.ly/store/events/2754 or by calling (212) 714-4694. Performances: Friday, April 25 at 8pm; Saturday, April 26 at 8pm; Sunday, April 27 at 5pm; Friday, May 2 at 8pm; Saturday, May 3 at 3pm and 8pm; Sunday, May 4 at 3pm. Appropriate for ages 4 and up. General Mischief Dance Theatre is dedicated to reinforcing the power that joy and laughter have in communicating ideas. The company's mission is to create and present theatrical dance works that engage audiences emotionally, socially, and kinesthetically. Combining aerial work with more earthbound forms of movement, the company removes spatial and physical limits from theatrical dance. The program includes: Suite Shel, a one-act suite of dances inspired by the poems of Shel Silverstein, choreographed by Celine Rosenthal, Pushpanjali Sharma, and Emily Smyth Vartanian Featuring Madeline Hoak of Upsidown Productions (May 2-4) in an aerial solo on rope. Duel, an interactive bungee duet, choreographed by Emily Smyth Vartanian Duel is a face-off between rival baseball fans (Yankees v. Red Sox). They appear to have made peace by the time flying balls are added to the equation, but the very end of the dance calls that notion into question. Buzz, choreographed by Emily Smyth Vartanian Buzz is a multi-part, caffeinated cityscape of a dance. It shows the dancers slowly waking up in the morning, then features them interacting with various objects typical to the morning commute - coffee cups, books, and cell phones - as well as each other. The majority of the time, they pass each other by, unnoticed, but as the piece goes on they begin to connect with each other. The next section, lit only by the dancers’ cell phones, takes place late at night and shows the dancers "connected" electronically, but not connected to the individuals they are supposedly spending time with. Excerpt from Pressing Empty, performed by the Kinesis Project (May 2-4) Pressing Empty is a character based, physical, contemporary dance theatre work that uses marriage to examine choice and emptiness. The work follows five brides through a beautifully crafted, fierce evening of playful dresses and real panic. Ms. Riker continues her fascination with moments in time and decision in an edgy, riveting, and accessible evening of wedding gowns, tuxedos, and blue feathers. Untitled from Q&A Productions (April 25-27), choreographed and performed by Dare Harlow and Quincy Hydock Originally performed at The Green Space in Brooklyn, this hilarious piece provides clever commentary on the different roles women are asked to play as adults. This production will feature performers Jane Abbott, Dare Harlow, Gautam Nima, Pushpanjali Sharma, Andrea Steiner, and Emily Smyth Vartanian, with direction by Celine Rosenthal, and music from Grammy® winning Ozomatli, Led Zepagain, and composer Lizzie Hagstedt. Guest artists include Kinesis Project, Q&A Productions, and Madeline Hoak. “Question: What’s the difference between a performance by General Mischief Dance Theatre and entertainment at a child’s birthday party? Answer: Nothing. Except that the party isn’t just for children, the performers are highly competent dancers, and you go to see them at a theater. And it’s much better… Intelligent silliness….entertainingly performed.” – Ballet-Dance Celine Rosenthal is an alumae of NYU Tisch and Founder of the Neela Theatre Project in Mumbai. She is currently an MFA Directing Candidate at the New School for Drama. Selected Credits - Director: Rose Petals (NYMF), The Post Office (Bank St), Hitgirls: The Musical (Manhattan Theater Source), The Weird (Manhattan Theater Source), Hapless Romance (Wings Theater). Producer: The Glass Menagerie (Booth), Seminar (John Golden), Leap of Faith* (St. James), The Spitfire Grill (The Sage), Turn of the Screw (Bank St). *Tony-nominated Lizzie Hagstedt is a new member of the BMI Lehman Engel Advanced Musical Theatre Workshop. This past summer she saw a reading of her musical “Rose Petals” at the NYMF just one week after her musical Oneida was heard at the VOX Festival at Dartmouth College. Other current projects include musicalizing the YA novel Camo Girl and participating as one of the featured writers in Prospect Theater Company’s Musical Theatre Lab this spring. An avid performer & member of Actors’ Equity, credits include the new musical Southern Comfort at Barrington Stage Company, the NAMT, & CAP21 as well as the national tour of "Sweeney Todd". www.lizziehagstedt.com Dare Harlow holds a BFA from the University of the Arts in Modern Dance Performance Quincy Hydock completed a traineeship with Richmond Ballet while earning a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. Madeline Hoak is a NYC based dancer, aerialist and teaching artist. An alumni of the Theater and Dance Department of Muhlenberg College, Madeline is now on staff teaching Aerial Acrobatics. She is currently performing with the Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company (DGDC), Grounded Aerial, and Kinesis Project (KP). ABOUT GENERAL MISCHIEF General Mischief Dance Theatre was founded informally in 2004 as an artistic collaboration between performer/choreographer Emily Smyth Vartanian, rigger/lighting designer Mark Baker and sound designer/choreographic advisor Adam Vartanian. The company was formally incorporated in 2008 in the interest of actively producing theatrical dance pieces that reinforce the power that joy and laughter have in communicating ideas, as well as to encourage the natural human desire to express oneself through movement. The company has previously presented interactive events at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center, The Connelly Theater, Theater for the New City, New York City Center Studios, and The Zipper Theater amongst other venues. They have also been invited to perform at the JCC, Dance Manhattan, and Brooklyn's Kumble Theater as well as numerous festivals and special events. The company has also received multiple grants from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council to support the presentation of their interactive dance adventures. For more information, please visit www.generalmischief.com. ABOUT THE CONNELLY THEATRE The Connelly Theater reopened in February 1997 after ten years of darkness. Located in the historic 19th Century school building at 220 East 4th Street, this beautiful 99-seat miniature opera house features air conditioning, a pressed tin ceiling and proscenium arch over a raised stage, and a horseshoe-shaped balcony. The space is a popular off-off-Broadway venue for non-profit theater companies and plays host to The New York International Fringe Festival each summer. The theater is also used as a site for community meetings such as the First Lower East Side Girls’ Congress, as well as throughout the year for students’ drama, art and music presentations. [...]
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Apr-27-14 03:00 PM Jillian Michaels
Apr-29-14 08:00 PM Nickel Creek
Apr-30-14 07:00 PM Ledisi
May-01-14 08:00 PM Rodrigo y Gabriela
May-02-14 08:00 PM Rodrigo y Gabriela
May-03-14 08:00 PM Rodrigo y Gabriela: 9 Dead Alive Tour
NYCB Theatre at Westbury 960 Brush Hollow Road Westbury NY
Date Time Event Description
Apr-24-14 08:00 PM Frankie Valli
Apr-25-14 08:00 PM Frankie Valli
Apr-26-14 08:00 PM Frankie Valli
Apr-27-14 07:00 PM Melissa Etheridge
May-01-14 08:00 PM Chris Young
May-02-14 08:00 PM Creedence Clearwater Revisited
May-03-14 08:00 PM ABBA: The Concert
May-04-14 05:00 PM Family Feud Live
May-07-14 08:00 PM Moody Blues
May-08-14 08:00 PM Moody Blues

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