Entries tagged with: tickets on sale
Congrats goes out to Morrissey for having the most Fort Knox of all presale codes. Tickets go on presale at 10AM for Radio City Music Hall on October 10th (part of his North American tour) and the password is reportedly.... "Morrissey". If that doesn't work try your American Express card (tickets also go on AmEx presale at 10am).
We're also still running a contest for a pair of tickets to the Radio City show.
Morrissey will also play Atlantic City, NJ at House of Blues on 12/8 and while we don't have that presale code (anyone?), maybe "password" will work. (Probably not). Tickets are HERE.
All tour dates HERE.
AmEx presale for the Dirty Projectors show at MHOW starts today at noon.
Frank Turner added a second Webster Hall show to his tour which happens on September 29, one day before his previously discussed show at the venue. Tickets for the newly added show go on sale Friday (6/22) at noon.
Turbo Fruits play Mercury Lounge on September 13. Tickets for that show go on AmEx presale today at noon with a general sale starting Friday (6/22) at noon.
Tickets are on presale now for the Dirty Projectors show at MHOW. PASSWORD = HICUSTODIAN . You'll notice it's a "Celebrate Brooklyn" presale and Celebrate Brooklyn is the other Brooklyn show DP have scheduled this summer.
Warm Up 2011 (more by Erez Avissar)
As mentioned, 'Warm Up' at MoMA PS1 kicks off next month with dance parties every Saturday in the outdoor courtyard from July 7 - September 8. This year's schedule includes Thom Yorke (Atoms for Peace DJ set), Matthew Dear, Evian Christ, Holy Other, Kassem Mosse, Sepalcure, and more.
For the first time since its inception, advance tickets for Warm Up will be available. Tickets for all shows go on sale today at noon.
Bear in Heaven @ Music Hall of Williamsburg (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Tickets for the Grimes shows at Bowery and MHOW are now on AmEx presale. General sale begins Friday at noon. Grimes of course also plays much sooner and for free in NYC too. (side note: Grimes, get a full band!)
Speaking of shows at MHOW, some may be interested in knowing that fun. plays a free show at the venue on 6/22.
As mentioned, White Rabbits and We Barbarians play a free show at MHOW as well (6/30).
The Fat Wreck/Rocks Off CMJ showcase goes down at MHOW on 10/19 with Lagwagon, Dead To Me, Flatliners, and Useless ID. Tickets for that show are on AmEx presale today. General sale starts Friday (6/15) at noon, and CMJ badges will be admitted. (CMJ already!)
The Official BrooklynVegan Northside Showcase, which now includes Hume and Fort Lean, in addition to Frankie Rose and Caveman, who were announced last month happens at MHOW on Friday (6/15). Tickets for that are still available, or you can try to get in with your Northside badge, or you can try to win a pair.
Death Grips was supposed to play MHOW tonight!
Maximo Park are playing Webster Hall on September 13. Tickets for that show go on sale today at noon.
As mentioned, Neil Young and Patti Smith are going to head out on a tour together in the fall, both supporting new albums that came out this week. But the two met up even sooner (this past Wednesday to be exact) when Patti interviewed Neil at BookExpo America about Neil's new memoir, "Waging Heavy Peace," which is due out in October. Patti has also released a book, "Just Kids," which won the National Book Award for Nonfiction in 2010. Here's a bit about the interview via New Yorker:
From there, the conversation wound pleasantly through a variety of topics, much as Young's book sounds like it might. The two of them discussed songwriting, history, money, memory, and technology. Smith asked about the circumstances surrounding Young's composition of the 1970 protest anthem "Ohio," a story that has been told several times but that Young obligingly told again, noting that the song came together in a rush when he saw John Filo's famous picture of Mary Vecchio crying over a student shot dead by National Guardsmen at Kent State. "When we put the song out," he said, "it was kind of the social networking of the day, the way it could get played on radio so quickly. We had pressed it on acetates, so you only got seven or eight plays out of them." That led to one of several moments of productive nostalgia, as Young remembered rock-and-roll radio. "There were no programmers," he said. "d.j.s played what they wanted, and they had a personality." He paused. "We have to be careful here. I'm liable to go off."Neil Young and Patti Smith's tour comes to NYC for the previously discussed MSG show on 11/27. Presales (internet presale and Live Nation Mobile App) for that show begin today at 10 AM and run through 3 PM. General sale starts Sunday (6/10) at noon.
Patti Smith covers Neil Young's "After the Goldrush" on her new album, Banga. Have a listen to that below...
Ava Luna is playing Mercury Lounge on August 11. Tickets for that show go on sale today at noon.
When we first mentioned the Gotye show at Williamsburg Park with Zammuto, tickets were set to go on sale Friday, June 8 at noon. Tickets will now go on sale Friday, June 8 at 10 AM. Gotye's Radio City show goes on sale June 8 at 10 Am as well.
Chris Keating w/ Yeasayer at Jones Beach (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
When we first mentioned that Yeasayer will be going on tour this summer in support of their upcoming Fragrant World LP, tickets were only available at the band's website. Since we last spoke, tickets for the NYC show, which happens on September 12 at Central Park Summerstage were posted to Ticketmaster as well. They're currently on AmEx presale and go on sale to the general public on Friday (6/1) at noon.
In related news, you can catch Chris Keating of Yeasayer DJing tonight (5/31) at a Vibrations party on the Hudson Terrace Roof Deck. Doors are at 10 PM and admission is free til midnight with RSVP. The show also includes Punches (who will be celebrating the release of their new EP, It Can Only Get Better), Sean Glass, and Alex English. The flier for tonight's show is below.
Joining Jay-Z, Rush, and Leonard Cohen, Justin Bieber is the newest addition to the artists playing Brooklyn's new Barclays Center this year. Tickets for his 11/12 show at the venue go on sale June 2 at 10 AM. He also plays Izod Center and MSG (not like it matters) but how could we not mention the day that the streets of Brooklyn will be flooded with Beliebers?
Field Mouse, who were added as openers to I Break Horses' Mercury Lounge show on Wednesday (5/30) and UMO/Doldrums' Glasslands show in June, will play Mercury Lounge on July 21. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (5/25) at noon.
Pomegranates and Kitten play Mercury Lounge on July 27. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (5/25) at noon.
TIckets for the El-P, Killer Mike, Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire and Despot show at Irving Plaza go on sale Friday (5/25) at 10 AM. Killer Mike also plays a free Brooklyn Bowl show TONIGHT (5/24) with DIIV, The High Highs, and Beat Culture.
The 2-day Dylan Fest begins at irving Plaza tonight (5/24) with Adam Green, Fabrizio Moretti of The Strokes, Nicole Atkins, Christoher Chu of POP ETC, and more. Tickets are still available and we're also giving away three pairs for each night. Contest details below.
Speaking of Adam Green, he plays the free Lowbrow Reader Variety Hour at Housing Works on May 29 with Wyatt Cenac, Supercute, and more.
The Azealia Banks show at Bowery Ballroom is also on sale at noon.
Dylan Fest contest details below...
As mentioned, Azealia Banks revealed on twitter that she will play a show at Bowery Ballroom on June 3 after playing Hot 97 Summer Jam earlier that day. Bowery Ballroom confirmed the show soon after, and now the full lineup for that show, billed as "Mermaid Ball," has been revealed. As seen in the picture above, it includes Maluca, Wckids, Tigga Calore, House of Ladosha, special guest Leiomy of Vogue Revolution, plus styling by Cuntmafia, narration by Jack Mizrahi, and host Roxy Cottontail. There will also be a $1,000 cash giveaway to the person with the best mermaid costume (should make up for those scalper prices).
Tickets go on sale today (5/24) at noon. Good luck.
The xx at Webster Hall in 2010 (more by Bao Nguyen)
Gossip's headlining show at Terminal 5 tonight (5/22), that SSION & Creep are opening, not only still has tickets available, but will be streaming online at the Bowery Presents YouTube channel at 9:45 PM. And tonight's show isn't the only thing Gossip is streaming. Listen to their new album, Joyful Noise (which is out today via Columbia), in its entirety over at Exclaim.
And finally, since we're talking about Terminal 5, we were offered a pair of tickets to give away for the Wednesday (5/23) Meshuggah, Baroness, Decapitated show, so let's do it. Contest details below...
We Are Augustines @ Hotel Vegan 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
It also includes "The Outlaw Roadshow Featuring Counting Crows with Special Guests" which takes place on July 17. Those special guests include We Are Augustines (ex-Pela) and Field Report (ex-bandmade of Justin Vernon), both of whom played Hotel Vegan at SXSW this year (Counting Crows also played SXSW this year). Kasey Anderson & the Honkies is one of the special guests too.
photos by Ryan Muir
The Hundred in the Hands at Glasslands 5/15/12
The Hundred in the Hands played their last US show at Glasslands on Tuesday (5/15) before their international tour which kicks off in Moscow tonight (5/18). The show was with openers Vorhees and Erika Spring (of Au Revoir Simone). More pIctures from that show are in this post.
As mentioned, after the European tour, they'll do another quick North American run which includes a NYC show happening on Mercury Lounge on June 20 with MMOTHS. Tickets for that show just went on sale at noon.
More pics from the Glasslands show and a list of updated dates below...
Talk Normal, Religious to Damn & ATM are playing Glasslands June 22. Tickets are on sale.
UMO also play Googa Mooga this weekend.
Though it wasn't in our last-posted list of dates, Zambri, who joined Bear on Heaven on state at MHOW (a show Doldrums opened), have a show coming up at Brooklyn Bowl on 5/23 with Caged Animals, and AIMES Tickets are on sale.
The Musical Box, "the exclusive, authorized by Peter Gabriel, recreation of Genesis" are performing The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway with "all 1,100 original slide projections from the '74-'75 tour" this year. Tickets for an 11/23 show at the Grand Ballroom go on AmEx presale at noon. Regular sale starts Friday at noon which is also when you can get tickets for the 11/21 Wellmont Theater show.
The Felice Brothers are playing Brooklyn Bowl on 6/15 as part of the Northside Festival. Tickets are on sale.
Maybe the Felice Brothers will play one of Deer Tick's THREE curated Newport Folk Festival after-shows at the Newport Blues Cafe this summer. Deer Tick curated and play all three nights, July 27, 28 & 29, with special guests. All three just went on sale.
Tickets are still on sale for the Violens show happening at Le Poisson Rouge tonight (5/16).
Lisa Hannigan and Joe Henry are going on tour and playing NYC shows at Highline Ballroom on 6/14 and 6/15. Tickets are on sale. All of their dates are listed below.
Tickets are also available for Kool Keith at Brooklyn Bowl.
Lisa Hannigan & Joe Henry dates are listed below...
Amanda Palmer @ BAM's Crossing Brooklyn Ferry (more by David Andrako)
Tickets for the Jens Lekman, Of Montreal, Thermals, Beach Fossils show at Williamsburg Park are on sale at noon. You can also try to get in with your Northside Badge, and these artists are four of many recently announced on this year's Northside lineup.
Radio City Music Hall (more by Chris La Putt)
Speaking of Long Island shows going on sale at 10, Stone Temple Pilots will be at The Paramount on August 27.
Murder By Death are headlining Webster Hall on 7/17. Cory Chisel opens. Tickets go on sale at noon.
Beach House & Lower Dens go on sale at noon.
Just a reminder that, after a quickly-sold-out AmEx presale yesterday, tickets go on sale at noon today (5/4) to see Beach House at Bowery Ballroom on May 15. It's the same day as the Baltimore duo's fourth album, Bloom, is released via Sub Pop. Their East Coast tour begins tonight in Charlottesville, VA.
Speaking of Charm City, Lower Dens play Bowery Ballroom on July 19 and those tickets also go on sale at noon. Lower Dens, play tonight in Washington, DC, released their second album, Nootropics, this week.
All tour dates for Beach House and Lower Dens are below.
I just realized that Glassjaw added a 2nd "Worship and Tribute" show at Irving Plaza, starting late - at midnight, on the same day as the previously announced show. Tickets are on sale (they perform the full album at both shows).
Speaking of reggae, don't forget the Central Park Summerstage schedule which this year features Jamaica's 50th Anniversary of Independence Celebration featuring Inner Circle, Israel Vibration, The Mighty Diamonds, DJ Carter Van Pelt .
Tickets go on AmEx presale at noon for the two Wilco shows in Prospect Park. They go on general sale on Friday at noon which is also when the My Morning Jacket show at Williamsburg Park goes on sale. My Morning Jacket dates meanwhile goes on presale at noon but access requires signing up for their fan club or something (promo code MMJ2012).
Williamsburg Park now has five shows total announced and will be part of the Northside Festival in June too.
UPDATE: The Beach House show that was announced yesterday also had an AmEx presale at noon (that went instantly) .
Tickets are on sale at noon for the Afghan Whigs' headlining show at Terminal 5. Eagles of Death Metal, which at one time had Josh Homme playing live with them but not anymore (would be cool if he returned for this one though), open the show.