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tix on sale: Bob Dylan, Bananarama, Sleigh Bells, Brooklyn Podcast Fest, more

Bob Dylan

Tickets for the five Bob Dylan and Mavis Staples shows at Beacon Theatre go on AmEx and VIP presales at 10 AM.

Tickets for the Triple Crown Records 20th anniversary show with Foxing, Moving Mountains and more TBA go on BrooklynVegan presale today at noon.

The Fratellis are playing Brooklyn Steel on May 16. Tickets go on sale Friday (10/13) at 10 AM.

Yvette and Eaters play Elsewhere on December 3 (tickets).

Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats are playing two Capitol Theatre shows in December, 12/9 with The Budos Band and 12/10 with Anders Osborne (solo). Tickets go on sale Friday at noon with a venue presale starting Thursday at 10 AM.

The Felice Brothers, who have been backing Conor Oberst on tour all year, have three NYC-area shows around the holidays: Brooklyn Bowl on 12/27, the Tommy Brull Foundation’s ‘Shine A Light’ benefit show on 12/28 at Cannon’s Blackthorn in Rockville Centre, and Jersey City’s White Eagle Hall on 12/29. Tickets go on sale Friday.

Flosstradamus also plays NYC around the holidays, December 30 at Brooklyn Steel. Tickets go on various presales today at noon, with the public on-sale starting Friday at noon.

The Disco Biscuits have a four-night run at Playstation Theatre leading up to New Year’s Eve. Tickets go on sale Friday at noon.

Tickets for Bananarama‘s original lineup’s first-ever NYC show at Playstation Theatre go on various presales at 10 AM.

Tickets for the Sleigh Bells show at Brooklyn Steel go on Spotify presale at 10 AM. No presale for the Rough Trade show.

Hot Snakes are set to release their first album since 2004 in spring of 2018, and they’re going on a BrooklynVegan-presented headlining tour in November (tickets)

Alex Lahey is releasing her debut album on Dead Oceans, and returns to NYC for a BrooklynVegan presented show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on 11/16 with Dude York (tickets)

NYC music venue Knitting Factory celebrates its 30th anniversary with a week of shows, including a BrooklynVegan-presented show with This Will Destroy You and Sannet on 11/14 and an Invisible Oranges-presented show with Nails, Woe and Couch Slut on 11/18 (tickets).

BrooklynVegan and Brooklyn Public Library present Sounds on the Screen, a panel discussion and behind-the-scenes look at music supervision, at Brooklyn Central Library’s Dweck Auditorium 10/23. RSVP is open to the free panel.

Warning play their beloved 2006 album, Watching from a Distance, in full on an Invisible Oranges-presented tour this fall. They’ll be at Le Poisson Rouge on 10/28 with Worm Ouroboros and Thou. (tickets)

BrooklynVegan is the official media partner for the inaugural Brooklyn Podcast Festival, which comes to The Bell House, Union Hall, and BRIC 11/14-11/19. See the initial lineup and get tickets.

BROOKLYN PODCAST FESTIVAL: UPDATES:

The Chapo Trap House show at The Bell House on 11/17 at 7:30 PM sold out so a 9:30 PM show has been added: “Chapo Trap House is one of the fastest growing political entertainment podcasts in the country, boasting the largest channel on Patreon with over 19,000 subscribers. The comedy collective, consisting of 6 members, have gained an extremely loyal following due to their honest and hilarious ability to dissect the current political climate” (tickets).

We Hate Movies, 11/18 at The Bell House, 7:30 PM: “We Hate Movies! is a podcast dedicated to lambasting movies that time may or may not have forgotten. Recurring themes seem to include apes, dogs with human personalities, cliched cops and James Belushi” (tickets).

Food 4 Thot, 11/19 at The Bell House, 2:30 PM: “Food 4 Thot is a new podcast about sex, identity, race, relationships, what we like to read, and *who* we like to read. Hosted by four queer writers of different cultural backgrounds, the podcast tackles everything at the intersection of queerness and brownness” (tickets).

Stay tuned for more screenings from the BrooklynVegan-presented “Music Driven” series at Nitehawk in Brooklyn.

CONTESTS
Win tickets to Sparks’ BrooklynVegan-presented show at Le Poisson Rouge 10/11.
Win tickets to American Football’s show at Brooklyn Steel 11/19.
Win tickets to Odesza’s show at Barclays Center 12/15.
Win tickets to Noel Gallgaher’s High Flying Birds’ show at Radio City Music Hall 2/15.

Desert Daze brings Iggy Pop, Spiritualized, Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, Sleep (performing Holy Mountain in full), Ty Segall, Hope Sandoval & The Warm Intentions, and more to Joshua Tree, CA this month. tickets for the fest are still available.

SOME UPCOMING SHOWS AT WARSAW
10/22: The Psychedelic Furs (tickets)
11/18: Hot Water Music (tickets)

The Shins play Capitol Theatre 11/5 (tickets)

KINGS THEATRE
11/8: Tegan and Sara celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Con (tickets)

Fischerspooner play their first NYC show since 2009 at Brooklyn Steel 10/27 (tickets)

The Killers play Barclays Center 1/9 and Madison Square Garden 1/12 (tickets)

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