Entries tagged with: Rob Delaney
photo: Refused @ Europa, 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Refused, War on Women @ Bowery Ballroom
Refused are planning on releasing their first album in 17 years this year. We haven't heard the whole thing yet, but from those two singles it sounds kinda... poppy? Could be interesting. Meanwhile, fans of the band's heavier stuff, like 1998's classic The Shape of Punk to Come should be treated to many favorites tonight. They've been playing a lot of that one on tour. Make sure to get there early for War on Women, whose political punk is very good. Refused do it again tomorrow at MHOW with Creepoid.
The Tallest Man On Earth, Hiss Golden Messenger @ Beacon Theatre
The Tallest Man On Earth's new album has him experimenting with more complex arrangements than his usual voice/guitar setup, and to reflect that live, he's currently on his first-ever tour with a full band. Tonight's the second of two NYC stops with opener Hiss Golden Messenger, who is not to be missed.
Purity Ring, Braids, Born Gold @ Terminal 5
Suporting their second album, Another Eternity, ethereal dance duo Purity Bring are in town for two shows at Terminal 5. Their live tableau is usually pretty stunning, we look forward to seeing what's in store this time.
Wire, Julian Lynch @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Art-punk greats Wire are like a shark, always moving forward, never the same twice but always themselves. This year's self-titled album is another terrific moment in a nearly 40-year career. They play some oldies too, and on this tour look out for "Silk Skin Paws" and "Boiling Boy," both from 1988's A Bell is a Cup Until it Is Struck.
Chaka Khan @ Prospect Park
Celebrate Brooklyn! kicks off it's tonight with this free concert ($3 suggested donation) by the "Queen of Funk" Chaka Khan whose hits include "I'm Every Woman" and "I Feel for You."
Ash, Boytoy, Zerobridge @ Rough Trade
Irish trio Ash started as teens in the '90s and became genuine stars in the UK thanks to a string of punky, pop singles like "Girl From Mars," "Goldfinger" and "Oh Yeah." Nearing their 40s, they just released their first album in eight years and play this record release show before opening for Ride at Terminal 5.
Rob Delaney, Aparna Nancherla, Jessi Klein @ The Bell House
A seriously good comedy show, headlined by the seriously funny Rob Delaney. Opener Aparna Nancherla just recorded a new album at Union Hall the other night.
Heat, Las Rosas, Monograms @ Union Pool
With a sound somewhere between the Jesus & Mary Chain and The Strokes, Montreal band Heat are equal parts hooks, melody and attitude. Local band Las Rosas are worth catching too.
The Woggles, WYLDLIFE, Sunshine and the Rain @ WFMU Monty Hall
Georgia garage-rock revivalists The Woggles, who've been reviving garage rock for nearly 30 years, are known for their crazed stage show and stomping tunes. They still pack a punch.
Ian Hunter & The Rant Band, Steve Wynn @ City Winery
Seventy-six and still going strong, onetime Mott the Hoople frontman brings with him over forty years of songs. With former Dream Syndicate main man Steve Wynn also playing, it makes for an even more enticing bill.
Emily Heller @ Union Hall
The very funny Emily Heller record her first comedy album for Kill Rock Stars tonight across two shows tonight.Wyatt Cenac, Josh Gondelman open each one.
Troy Ave, Phony PPL @ Red Hook Park
The 2015 SummerStage season continues tonight with a free show from loal rapper Troy Ave, who takes most of his cues from NYC c. 2003 (Get Rich or Die Tryin', Diplomatic Immunity etc).
Sharkmuffin, The Cigarette Burns, Digital Leather, Daywalkers @ Cake Shop
Digital Leather is the project of Shawn Foree, who was in a previous incarnation of Destruction Unit, and the band also now includes The Faint's Todd Fink. They make synthy, gothy post-punk with a pretty strong Joy Division influence.
Jon DeRosa, Bootblacks, La Cruor @ Saint VItus
Jon DeRosa has been in band dating back to the '90s including Dead Leaves Rising, Aarktica and Pale Horse and Rider, and tonight he's celebrating his second-ever solo album, Black Halo, which features Stephin Merritt, Carina Round and more.
Nothing Changes w/ Bambara, Himomitsdad, Dreamcrusher @ Home Sweet Home
It's a night of noise for this week's Nothing Changes party, featuring Brooklyn's awesomely loud Bambara and Kansas City's Dreamcrusher.
Baby Dee, Dorit Chrysler @ Joe's Pub
This week, Baby Dee followed 2011's Andrew WK-produced Regifted Light with a new record, I Am A Stick, that features collaborations with sax great Colin Stetson and others. Tonight's the release show.
Mumford & Sons, The Maccabees, Son Little @ MCU Park
Mumford & Sons abandoned their folk pop style on their new album for something a little more Coldplay-esque. On the other hand, The Maccabees' new single seems to suggest they're returning a bit to their more rocking roots. Tonight's their second of two shows at Coney Island's MCU Park.
Florence + the Machine @ iHeartRadio Theater
Like most shows at iHeartRadio Theatre, this offers a chance to catch performers in a space much smaller than they normally play, but tickets are given out through contests. This is definitely an intimate spot for Florence who'll play Governors Ball this weekend.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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Reggie Watts @ Bonnaroo 2013 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Tickets are still on sale for Reggie Watts' big headlining performance at Town Hall, happening this Wednesday (6/18). Get out there and support the man at one of his biggest live shows yet. Heading to Toronto for NXNE? Reggie will be there too.
Speaking of the Bell House, you can get tickets to the 6/24 live taping of the Tell Your Friends! podcast with Andy Borowitz, Bryan Tucker, Ophira Eisenberg, Andy Blitz, MIchelle Carlo, Bob Powers, Liam McEneaney, and Jessi Klein.
The Bell House is also where Jen Kirkman is doing a night of new material.
The next edition of Running Late with Scott Rogowsky: Brooklyn's Live Late Night Comedy Talk Show happens at Littlefield on 6/25 with Mike Sacks (Author, Poking A Dead Frog, And Here's The Kicker), Jordan Klepper (The Daily Show), and Dan St. Germain.
The next edition of The Talk Show Series Presents is set to happen this Thursday (6/19) at Williamsburg's Over the Eight. Bobby Tisdale is the host, with guests Ahna Tessler, Eleanor Friedberger, and more TBA. It's free. Over the Eight is also showing the World Cup, though, so it may be more crowded than usual just from overlap.
Dave Hill is also taking part in An Evening of Friends at the Ace Hotel on 6/23 with John Early, Michael Cavadias, Jemima Kirke, Cole Escola & Kate Berlant.
Max Silvestri (or someone subbing for him) still hosts The Big Terrific Comedy Show every Wednesday night at Cameo. It's free, and you never know who might pop in. Sometimes Aziz Ansari does a set. Maybe you'll catch him testing out material for his upcoming SHOW AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN.
Speaking of lots of tickets, Dave Chappelle has NINE Radio Cith shows coming up.
Rob Delaney has six upcoming shows at comedy club Caroline's.
Chris Gethard has a bunch of shows coming up, big and small.
Browse our NYC Comedy Show Calendar for much more.
James Blake at MHOW in 2012 (more by PSquared)
Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights...
Dot Wiggin Band, Jad Fair & Gilles Rieder Blanche Blanche Blanche, Beef @ 285 Kent Avenue
As one-third of The Shaggs, Dot Wiggin helped create what is perhaps the most famous outsider art album of all time (The Shaggs' The History of the World). She just released her first-ever solo album, Ready! Get! Go!, via Alternative Tentacles. Tonight's show is with another famous outsider, Jad Fair of Half Japanese.
Justin Timberlake, The Weeknd @ Barclays Center
JT made a major comeback this year with The 20/20 Experience, an excellent addition to the recent wealth of forward-thinking R&B and an unlikely record from one of pop music's biggest stars. Tonight he continues his extensive international tour at Brooklyn's Barclays Center with a newer, comparatively smaller R&B forward-thinker opening, The Weeknd.
DJ Richie Hawtin (aka Plastikman), Matthew Hawtin @ Guggenheim Museum
Richie Hawtin is a regular on the electronic-festival scene, and tonight he goes where some his contemporaries have gone before, to a museum. It's the pre-party to the Guggenheim International Gala.
Young Galaxy, Mister Lies, Brothertiger @ Knitting Factory
Montreal's Young Galaxy make sophisticated dancepop with an anthemic bent -- they swing for the bleachers but don't think they're the center of the universe. It does, however, make for a good live show.
Midlake @ Mercury Lounge
Midlake and singer Tim Smith parted ways a year ago, and the band scrapped a half-finished album, eventually making Antiphon which is out this week. Minus Smith, Midlake have eschewed much of their mossy folk in favor of proggy rhythms and engaging arrangements. Not a bad thing at all. This show is sold out.
Rudimental, Redlight @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
UK dance four-piece Rudimental are bringing their pop-house party to NYC for two sold-out nights this week. Tonight is the first.
Rudimental, Redlight (DJ Sets) @ Baby's All Right
If you didn't get tickets for MHOW, both Rudimental and Redlight will be doing DJ sets earlier in the night at Williamsburg's Baby's All Right. There's complimentary drinks and it's free...but you do need to RSVP.
Rob Delaney (book launch) @ Powerhouse Arena (FREE)
The comic's first book -- Rob Delaney: Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage. -- was released this week and he'll be reading from it tonight at this DUMBO bookstore/art space. 7 PM.
Purling Hiss, Household, Lazy @ Shea Stadium
Having just wrapped up a tour with The Men, low-fi psych band Purling Hiss headline this show tonight. Their new album, Paisely Montage, came out last week and you can stream a track below.
Jason Lescalleet, Circuit Des Yeux, PC Worship, Driphouse @ Silent Barn
Silent Barn's got an all-around great bill for experimental music tonight. It's the NYC stop on noisemaker Jason Lescalleet and genre-bender Circuit Des Yeux's tour, and the show is being opened by two quality locals. Check out a new Jason Lescalleet video below.
James Blake, Nosaj Thing @ Terminal 5
Mercury Prize winner James Blake returns to NYC for his second two-night run at Terminal 5 of 2013 tonight. If you haven't seen him yet, don't let his downtempo sounds fool you into thinking it'll be a boring show; even in a live setting James has been anything but. Nosaj Thing opens and is worth catching too.
Tim Kasher, Laura Stevenson, The New Trust (members of Velvet Teen) @ The Bell House
This is a very good triple bill of artists that split the line between emo/punk and indie rock, headlined by Cursive frontman Tim Kasher, who's out supporting his new album, Adult Film, which Laura Stevenson appears on.
ARMS, Friend Roulette, Abandoned Warehouse @ Union Pool
After taking time off for life stuff, ARMS are back with an appealing new EP and tonight play with the underrated Friend Roulette.
The Head and the Heart, Thao & The Get Down Stay Down, Quiet Life @ Webster Hall
Sub Pop-signed folk collective The Head & the Heart have two big sold-out NYC shows this week, and tonight's at Terminal 5 is the biggest. Make sure you're there in time for Thao & the Get Down Stay Down too.
Melvin Van Peebles @ The Cutting Room
Author, filmmaker, musician, father of Mario and generally well-known hep cat Melvin Van Peebles plays with his band "Wid Laxative" (because they "get shit movin') tonight.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Roger Waters, Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart @ The Theater at MSG
The annual Stand Up for Heroes returns for his seventh year with some pretty big names and at a bigger venue than the past (last year's was at Beacon Theatre). The event benefits injured service members, veterans, and their families, and is part of the 2013 New York Comedy Festival.
Perseus, Jonas Rathsman, Moon Boots, Issac Tichaueur @ Output
The French Express label is behind some of the better "house revival" stuff going on right now, and tonight the label's tour with four of its artists hits NYC. If you're into dance music, this whole bill pretty much rules, and you shouldn't miss it.
Cherie Currie, Miss Guy, Kore Rozzik @ Gramercy Theatre
Former lead singer of The Runaways, Cherie Currie hasn't been the most active musician of her fellow ex-bandmates, but from the sound of her new single, she's still got it, and tonight's show will hopefully be a welcome return to NYC.
Jetzt Collective, Nana Grizol, No Magic @ Death By Audio
Athens, GA's Nana Grizol make wide-eyed folk pop and do so with a cast of musicians that is often in the double digits.
Big Terrific @ Cameo Gallery (FREE)
Max Silvestri hosts the free weekly comedy show in the back of Williamsburg's Lovin' Cup. Tonight's line-up features Jim Tews, Naomi Ekperigin, and Wyatt Cenac.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our full NYC show calendar.
For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.
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New Jason Lescalleet video below...
by Klaus Kinski
Holy smokes dudes. Lookit, I don't really go for the whole 'festival' scene, nor do I have the scratch or the resources to get my ass on a plane to go to some far off place and put myself up in a hotel in order to endure a few days of music and drunk idiots and awful tattoos and dudes in short-shorts prancing around like the world around them isn't basically in the worst shape it has ever been and stuff. And I am too old to do the old bro-out road trip, share a hotel room with eight dudes nonsense. However, two upcoming events in Elsewhere, USA are forcing me to consider eBaying everything I own in order to personally witness their majesty. The first event, which I've already mentioned, is Festival Supreme which is taking place on the Santa Monica Pier on Saturday October 19. Top to bottom, this show boasts the best line-up of entertainment I have ever seen including performances by Tenacious D, Zach Galifianakis, The Mr. Show Experience, Reggie Watts, Tig Notaro, Eric Idle, Tim & Eric, Sarah Silverman, and scores more of top shelf greatness. If ever there was a show worth the price of admission, a plane ticket, and a hotel room somewhere this is it.
Less than a month after that, the incredibly curated Fun Fun Fun Fest 2013 has to go ahead and add a comedy line-up to their already powerhouse festival. If you're at the fest, which happens in Austin Texas from November 8 - 10, prepare yourself, for their comedy line-up includes the impossibly great Tenacious D, Patton Oswalt, Craig Robinson, Doug Benson, Rob Delaney, The Eric Andre Show Live(!), Kyle Kinane, Jonah Ray, and tons tons tons more. The fact that, in a single festival, I can see Slayer, Quicksand, The Descendents, Judge, Subhumans, and the Cro-Mags as well as all this great comedy is basically my most wonderfully imaginative dream come true. Tickets are currently on sale and I urge you to get on it tout de suite, sunshine.
But hey, if you're a New Yorker like me and dreams of travel to exotic US locations for comedy/music festivals are just that, a dream, have no fear. For as we mentioned yesterday The Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival will return for it's 6th year with shows at The Bell House and Union Hall from September 26 - 29 that are sure to be so good you're gonna want to have a clean pair of underwear handy. This year's festival is bursting at the seams with comedy, maybe some music, and definitely more. Klaus favorites including Kristen Schaal, Jim Gaffigan, Ira Glass, Wyatt Cenac, Jon Benjamin, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Michael Che, Kurt Braunohler, and Leo Allen are all scheduled to perform in one way or another. In addition to that, the ALWAYS SOLD OUT StarTalk Live! with Neil deGrasse Tyson and Eugene Mirman will be back this year, as well as tons of smaller shows featuring newer talent and comedians who are sure to be sucked into the vacuum that is Los Angeles sooner or later. And you know your man Klaus is stoked for the return of Invite Them Up, Hot Tub with Kurt and Kristen, and that super dope Bob's Burgers Season 4 Celebration. It's going to be a great festival loaded with the shows and comedians that made me fall in love with the NYC comedy scene in the first place.
For some of you today is probably payday so get those sweet bunz of yours onto TicketFly and start buying those tickets!
by Bill Pearis
As the old saying goes, June is for laughter. (*Not an actual saying.) You can laugh and beat the heat this June when uber-talented Rob Delaney has a four-night run at the AC-enabled Caroline's in Times Square from 6/6 - 6/9. Tickets are on sale now. It may seem weird to talk about air conditioning in January but when we link back to this post in June, it'll all make sense?
Check out some of Rob's stand-up and all upcoming tour dates below...
Lower Dens @ Chicago's the Riv, 10/1/2012 (more by Grant McAllister)
Baltimore's Lower Dens went into new, motorik directions on their second album, Nootropics so it makes sense that tracks from the record might work well in the remix world. Hence, the Nootropics Remixed EP which takes three cuts off the album and puts them into the hands of Trentemøller, Cex, and Steve Moore. You can stream Trentemøller's excellent recrafting of Nootropics standout cut "Brains" below. You can buy it directly from Ribbon Music, and if you buy any Lower Dens title, you'll get Nootropics Remixed for free.
Meanwhile, Lower Dens shared with us their picks for Best of 2012. All four current members contributed lists and none of them were straight LP lists, mixing media with inclusions for live shows, books, food, film and ephemera. Check them out below, along with that "Brains" remix.
The NY Comedy Festival is underway, and includes a show by Slayer and voting fan Rob Delaney at NYU on Saturday (11/10). It now also includes a 2nd Rob Delaney show on the same day in the same venue but later. 100% of proceeds go to Sandy Relief. On Sale now.
Before this show was added, Rob also posted this letter about the early show:
On Saturday I'm doing a show at NYU's Skirball Center. It's sold out, but if you are attending, may I ask you to please bring your checkbook and be prepared to write a check to The American Red Cross in Greater New York? I will be donating 100% of the money I'm making from the show, so if you bring a check too it will be like we're in a cozy little club together. Just give me or one of my volunteers your check after the show and then I'll bring it to the Red Cross in my leather helicopter.
If you aren't going to the show, but would like to donate, you can do so online here:
"Whoever said sarcasm is the lowest form of wit, is a fucking idiot. Not only that, it stops me killing people" - Ricky Gervais last night at NYCF (via @newyorkcomedyfest)
John Hodgman and Ricky Gervais @ NYCF 11/07/2012 (via @yarp4cornetto)
The New York Comedy Festival got underway last night with Ricky Gervais shooting the breeze with John Hodgman at Town Hall. The fest keeps the laughs going all weekend.Tonight's (11/8) big event is the "Stand Up for Heroes" benefit for the Bob Woodruff Foundation at Beacon Theatre with Mike Birbiglia, Ricky Gervais, Patton Oswalt, Bruce Springsteen, Jon Stewart, Robin Williams, John Maher and Roger Waters. Would you be surprised to learn that it's sold out? Well it is, and was also really expensive, but the good news is you can watch it online for free at 8pm EST!
Other shows tonight include Artie Lange at Town Hall, and Shawn and Marlon Wayans at Carolines (and you can still get tickets to those shows).
Other events this weekend include Patton Oswalt at Town Hall and Aziz Ansari at The Apollo on Friday (11/9), not to mention the Ben Stiller Show reunion at the Paley Center; Jim Gaffigan at The Apollo, Rob Delaney at NYU Skirball Center and Kevin Hart at MSG on Saturday (11/10); and Robin Williams in conversation with David Steinberg at 92nd St. Y on Sunday (11/11). There are lots of other shows happening as well, and full schedule and tickets are at the NYCF2012 website.
Also part of the NYCF is Hannibal Buress at Santos on Saturday (11/10) with DJ support from Prince Paul and Mike Lawrence. Tickets are still available. Hannibal is also celebrating the 3rd anniversary of his Sunday night comedy show at Knitting Factory in Brooklyn with a special show this week (11/11) in the main KF performance space (his shows are usually in the bar). Prince Paul will also be DJing this, plus "special guests." While Hannibal's shows there are usually free, this is a ticketed one ("We need the money to buy all of the party soup" - Hannibal). We're guessing it will be well worth it.
Oh, and if you're going to Knitting Factory Sunday, we also have a very good reason you should get there a few hours early.
Rob Delaney @ Sasquatch 2012 (more by Chris Graham)
The NY Times reports:
Rob Delaney may not yet have the name recognition of comedians like Louis C. K., Aziz Ansari or Jim Gaffigan. But with the help of his large and loyal Internet following, he is hoping he can take a page from his accomplished industry colleagues, and start creating material for and selling it directly online.Rob played multiple NYC shows, including Bowery Ballroom, in May. His upcoming dates include a November 10th NY Comedy Fest show at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. All of his dates are listed below...
On Sept. 4, Mr. Delaney will release an original standup comedy special, "Live at the Bowery Ballroom," which will be available at his Web site, robdelaney.com, and sold as a $5 download.
We already mentioned that Rob Delaney will be playing the New York Comedy Festval and now here's the whole 2012 line-up which goes down November 7 - 11. Performers include Aziz Ansari, Jim Gaffigan, Ricky Gervais, Kevin Hart, Bill Maher, Patton Oswalt, Brian Regan, Marlon & Shawn Wayans, Robin Williams and more. Tickets to most shows go on sale Monday, August 13 with a Citi Cardmember Presale happening right now (8/8). There's a NYCF presale that starts tomorrow (8/9) and you can get the password by liking their Facebook page.
Full NYCF line-up/schedule is below.
Jack White/The Roots
The one galvanizing main-stage performance at the Sasquatch festival this year was Jack White's weapons-grade electric guitar soloing on Saturday. Otherwise, it was by the book in the best possible sense. Thousands of people gathered peacefully and everything was on schedule.The Sasquatch Music Festival happened Memorial Day Weekend in Gorge, WA and Day 2 (Saturday, May 26) insanely packed with talent, featuring sets from Jack White, The Roots, tUnE-yArDs, Purity Ring and lots, lots more. It was so overstuffed, we're breaking Saturday's pictures into two parts. See more pics of Jack White and The Roots' Sasquatch set, plus other artists below, with more to come. Check out Day 1 photos HERE.
The festival, which ended Monday with a performance by Beck, featured dozens of live rock, rap, electronic music and comedy acts packing five stages for four days over the sunny Memorial Day weekend...
...Oakland's Tune-Yards mesmerized at the Bigfoot Stage Saturday. Leader Merrill Garbus faced the full yellow sun and belted out powerful melodies in her alto voice that seemed beamed in from African radio. She used looping pedals to blend the vocals with drums and modified ukulele, which she also played live. But her bassist and jazz horn players sent the music through the roof, chipping in on junkyard percussion -- dented pieces of metal hit with drum sticks. [Seattle Times]
Rob Delaney @ Bowery Ballroom (pic by jkspix)
As @BVComedy tweeted, Rob Delaney is a guest at Kurt & Kristen's Hot Tub tonight (5/14). Tickets are available. Rob came to town to play multiple shows at Bowery and Music Hall, and also played 92YTribeca and Comedy Cellar while he was here.
Eugene Mirman is also a guest at Hot Tub tonight. More Delaney dates HERE.
So, comedian Rob Delaney, who is in town to play two sold out shows at Bowery Ballroom and two sold out shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg is also playing 92YTribeca tonight (5/10) on a bill of all Daily Show contributors inclyding Jenna Kim Jones, Elliott Kalan, and Adam Lowitt. Not sold out. All Rob Delaney dates are listed below...
by Klaus Kinski
"If you didn't already know, yes I got to see @robdelaney this weekend and of course I unnecessarily touched him" - Jackie Austin
Rob Delaney is blowing. the. fuck. up. He has two shows at Bowery on May 11th (early and late); both sold out. He has two shows on May 12th at MHOW. An early show (sold out) and a late show which goes on sale Friday March 9th at noon (which I can say with complete confidence will sell out quickly as well).
I've seen Rob's stand-up many times over the years, but his popularity seems to have hit puberty and gotten very well-endowed almost overnight. His name is now synonymous with Twitter, and though I am super fucking stoked for his success, I am uncomfortable with the fact that owes much of his success to something as stupid as Twitter. I am so glad his NYC shows are selling out so fast, because people really should see the man behind the tweets. But don't think he'll be up there spitting out 140 character one-liners people. The guy's a phenomenal stand up. Yo gone luv it. Dude rulz. Check out a NSFW photo of him below.
After selling out the first two NYC shows on his upcoming tour, LA comedian Rob Delaney has added a third NYC show happening one day after his early/late shows at Bowery Ballroom (5/11). The new show happens in Brooklyn at Music Hall of Williamsburg on May 12. Tickets are on AmEx presale now and go on sale to the general public on Friday (2/24) at noon. Like the other two shows, "A limited amount of seating will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis when doors open at 8:00pm."
Updated dates below...
After quickly selling out his May 11th Bowery Ballroom show, L.A. comedian Rob Delaney, has added a second show happening the same night. The first (sold out) one is at 9 p.m., and the second is at 11 p.m. Tickets for the new show go on sale Friday at noon, and note: "Limited seating will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis when doors open at 11pm."
Rob Delaney is also playing Sasquatch this year.
Daniel Tosh of Comedy Central's Tosh.0 has announced a comedy tour. That tour hits NYC for two shows at Radio City Music Hall in NYC on April 13 (early & late). Tickets for those shows go on sale at 10am. We also have a pair of tickets you can win! Details below.
LA Comedian Rob Delaney, who is part of the just-announced Sasquatch Festival lineup, will headline Bowery Ballroom on May 11th. Tickets, on AmEx presale now, go on general sale at noon. More dates are listed below.
As previously mentioned in a post that lists othre upcoming comedy shows, Demetri Martin added a 3rd upcoming NYC show. Tickets for that new date are still on sale and we have a pair you can win. Details below!
All contest details and Tosh dates are listed below...
"Following last year's 10th anniversary, which crushed previous attendance records and set a new mark for the speed with which tickets sold out, the Sasquatch! Music Festival unveils its 2012 lineup which once again features 4 days of music. The festival, hailed as "a model of well-paced programming...in a four-day schedule as efficient and natural feeling as an expertly built algorithm" by NPR Music while Wired notes, "leave the landscape out of it and Sasquatch! has a lineup to kill for," runs May 25-28 (Memorial Day Weekend) at The Gorge, the internationally acclaimed concert venue carved in the basalt cliffs high above the Columbia River Gorge in Quincy, WA."The Sasquatch! Music Festival takes place, as usual, at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington over Memorial Day weekend (May 25-28). And this year's lineup is: