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  Brooklyn Bowl
Address: 61 Wythe Ave
City: Brooklyn
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Oct-20-17 08:00 PM Nahko
Oct-21-17 08:00 PM Badfish (21+ Event)
Oct-22-17 08:30 PM Umphreys McGee
Oct-25-17 08:00 PM Friends of the Brothers - Allman Brothers Tribute (21+ Event)
Oct-30-17 08:00 PM Phil Lesh
Nov-02-17 08:00 PM Stampede of Sound 2017 Space for Giants presents an eclectic gathering of leading music acts for an intimate and exclusive ticketed live event at Brooklyn Bowl, NYC. This pioneering evening of performances will directly fund the organization's work to protect elephants and their habitats in Africa. The once-only event will feature headliner music act CHIC featuring Nile Rodgers with additional live music acts to be announced soon! Before the bands begin, Space for Giants will host dinner and a bowling competition between brands, celebrities, and VIP guests who sponsor a bowling lane.  For tickets and more info, please visit www.stampedeofsound.org
Nov-03-17 08:30 PM Lotus
Nov-04-17 08:30 PM Lotus
Nov-08-17 08:00 PM Allen Stone (21+ Event)
Nov-09-17 08:00 PM New Kingston Performing @ Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, NY New Kingston’s journey formally began in 2006, when three brothers – Tahir (keys/vocals), Courtney Jr. (drums/vocals), and Stephen – debuted as a band, following years of learning to play music together in their family basement. This band of brothers, under the watchful eye of their father (and bassist) Courtney Panton Sr., dubbed themselves New Kingston, to appropriately reflect the combination of their Jamaican heritage and their present lives in New York City. The fusion of these two identities, both their cultural roots and their current home, guides their musical and stylistic direction. A Kingston Story: Come From Far takes the theme of the first single and stretches the concept across an entire record, and the result is the band’s most personal work to date. Since forming, New Kingston have proven to be road warriors as well, playing over 100 dates per year, gaining a reputation for killer live performances. The new record is the band’s first to truly capture some of the stage energy in the studio, which makes the band excited to bring the songs out on to the road. Their upcoming tour dates include two of Europe’s biggest reggae festivals, separate tours in the U.K. with The Skints and with Collie Buddz, as well as co-headlining shows in the U.S. with The Movement.