Posted in music | tour dates | venues on December 4, 2008

photo inside City Winery (Michael Dorf on stage) (from Eater)
City Winery

In addition to a functioning winery and 21,000 square foot restaurant/event space, City Winery is also equipped with a full stage, state-of-the-art sound system and in-house A/V-making it one of the most interesting venues to ever hit Manhattan. Whether you are planning a private party, a public concert or an intimate evening of music and/or the spoken word, City Winery's stage and staff can accommodate a variety of live performances and cultural activities that will appeal to sophisticated New Yorkers, and wine connoisseurs, alike.
Unfortunately, "to purchase tickets to any of the upcoming shows or classes, you must first become a Vinofile member." I don't think you need to be a member to always go there - for instance you could just be a VIP at the upcoming REM Carnegie Hall event, but I don't know. I also doubt you'll need to be a member to go to the Blackoutsabbath Rufus Wainwright show happening there on March 4th (no tickets for that yet) (for now Rufus is focused on the upcoming McGarrigle Christmas Hour show).

All known upcoming City Winery events are listed below...

upcoming 2008-2009 events @ City Winery
12/31 - New Year's Eve with Joan Osborne
01/08 - Steve Earle & Allison Moorer
01/09 - Raul Midón & Sonya Kitchell
01/11 - Boz Scaggs "Greatest Hits Band"
01/15 - Suzanne Vega & Lenny Kaye
01/22 - Mike Doughty & Tony Scherr Trio
01/28 - Martin Foradori Hofstätter - HOFSTÄTTER - Alto Adige, Italy
01/29 - Jill Sobule & Julia Sweeney
02/03 - Ales Kristancic - MOVIA - Brda, Slovenia
02/11 - Amanda Jaffe/Richard Parsons - IL PALAZZONE - Brunello, Italy
02/21 - Steve Nieve & Friends, B-Day Show
02/25 - Luca Currado - VIETTI - Piemonte, Italy
03/04 - Didier Seguier - WILLIAM FEVRE - Chablis, France
03/04 - Rufus Wainwright (blackoutsabbath show)
03/11 - Amanda Jaffe/Francesco Cosulich - POGGIO MANDARLO & TENUTA OLIVETO - Tuscany, Italy
03/11 - The Music of REM afterparty
03/15 - Philip Glass & Friends - Wendy Sutter
03/18 - Laurent Drouhin - DOMAINE DROUHIN - Burgundy France
03/22 - Philip Glass & Friends - Foday Musa Suso
03/27 - Marianne Faithfull - 2 Nights!
03/28 - Marianne Faithfull - 2 Nights!
03/29 - Philip Glass & Friends - TBA
04/05 - Philip Glass & Friends - Songs with Suzanna Vega
04/11 - Dan Wilson & Rachael Yamagata
04/22 - Ginervra Venerosi Pesciolini - TENUTA di GHIZZANO - Tuscany, Italy
04/29 - Randall Grahmm - BONNY DOON VINEYARD - Santa Cruz, CA
05/20 - Michael Twelvetree - TWO HANDS - Barossa Valley, Australia

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Comments (7)

Well Steve Nieve and Friends means him and Elvis. Damn I wish I was rich.

Posted by Anonymous | December 4, 2008 2:25 PM

The guy in the foreground looks bored to tears. Looks like the place has all the atmosphere of an airport terminal food court.

Posted by Anonymous | December 4, 2008 2:45 PM

He's not exactly bored, he's a music critic...

Posted by Anonymous | December 4, 2008 3:15 PM

yeah, this is gonna look like a bad idea in a few months.

Posted by Anonymous | December 4, 2008 3:15 PM

Do you have to be bald in order to be a member?

Posted by Anonymous | December 4, 2008 4:50 PM

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Posted by Anonymous | December 4, 2008 4:56 PM

Why are you all so critical. The space is amazing, I saw the Joan Osborne concert last night and thought it was the best sound, venue, and vibe I have been in for many years in NYC. New Live Music joint in NYC. This is a good thing. You all should get a life.


Posted by Brooklyn Beard | January 1, 2009 1:52 PM

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