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tix on sale: Spoon, Joyce Manor/Wavves, The Killers, Afghan Whigs, Ted Leo & more


The Joshua Light Show is celebrating its 50th anniversary this weekend with a two-night psychedelic audio-visual spectacular at NYU’s Skirball Center, with music from Boss Hog and Darkside’s Dave Harrington on Friday (9/8), and Man Forever (aka Kid Millions of Oneida) and Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith on Saturday (9/9). Tickets are on sale, and you can use the code VEGAN for buy 1 get 1 free tickets to either night.

Tickets for The Killers show at Terminal 5 go on sale today at noon.

Tickets for the 2017 New Yorker Festival go on sale today at noon.

Tickets for the Joyce Manor, Wavves and Culture Abuse show at Brooklyn Steel go on sale at 10 AM.

Tickets for the Afghan Whigs show at Bowery Ballroom go on sale today at noon.

Tickets for the recently added Spoon show at Brooklyn Steel (11/28) go on sale at noon.

Tickets for the Black Lips show at Music Hall of Williamsburg go on sale today at noon.

Tickets for the Blitzen Trapper show at Music Hall of Williamsburg go on sale at

Tickets for  The Suitcase Junket show at Rough Trade go on sale at noon.

Tickets for the Diane Coffee show at Rough Trade go on sale at noon.

Tickets for the Ted Leo + the Pharmacists show at Music Hall of Williamsburg go on sale at noon. They also play this weekend’s Seaport Music Festival.

Tickets for the U.S. Girls show at Mercury Lounge go on sale at noon.

Tickets for The World / Inferno Friendship Society‘s 20th annual celebration of Hallowmas on at Warsaw are on sale now.

Less Art (members of Thrice, Kowloon Walled City, and Curl Up & Die) are releasing their debut album and going on a Northeast tour with Vattnet, which BrooklynVegan is presenting. They’ll be at Mercury Lounge 9/14 (tickets), Middle East in Boston 9/15 (tickets), Songbyrd in DC 9/16 (tickets), and Underground Arts in Philly 9/17 (tickets).

Dinosaur Jr are back in NYC this fall for two shows at Brooklyn Bowl, 10/2 (tickets) and 10/3 (tickets). BrooklynVegan is psyched to be presenting these shows, which are opened by Easy Action (John Brannon from Negative Approach’s other band)

Tricky heads out on tour this fall in support of his thirteenth album, ununiform, including a BrooklynVegan-presented show at Music Hall of Williamsburg 10/9 (tickets)

Sparks is playing a few shows with a full band this fall. BrooklynVegan is excited to present the NYC shows, at Le Poisson Rouge 10/10 (tickets) and 10/11 (sold out)

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 on 11/18 (tickets).

Screening next at the BrooklynVegan-presented “Music Driven” series at Nitehawk in Brooklyn

10/5: L7 documentary Pretend We’re Dead with a Q&A with guitarist Donita Sparks (tickets)

American Football and Cap’n Jazz both have upcoming shows at Brooklyn Steel. Win a pair of tickets to one of them.
Win tickets, a meet and greet with the band, and access to the venue’s secret entrance speakeasy for Interpol’s Turn on the Bright Lights show at Forest Hills Stadium
Win tickets to The National’s show at Forest Hills Stadium.
Win a pair of three-day passes to The Meadows
Win tickets to Less Art’s show at Mercury Lounge

Fionn Regan plays Bowery Ballroom on 9/9 (tickets).
The Mercury Prize-nominated Irish folk singer released his first album in five years, The Meetings of the Waters, back in April, and his song “Abacus” was notably sampled on Bon Iver‘s “00000 Million” last year.

9/10: (Thee) Oh Sees (tickets)
9/13: Dead Cross (tickets)
10/22: The Psychedelic Furs (tickets)
11/18: Hot Water Music (tickets)

Seu Jorge’s tribute to David Bowie, The Life Aquatic Tour, returns to NYC with a show at Beacon Theatre on 9/27 (tickets).

St. Vincent plays Kings Theatre on 12/2 (sold out) and 12/3 (tickets)

9/14 @ Central Park: Patti Smith (tickets)
9/21 @ Central Park: The Head and The Heart (tickets)
9/22 @ Central Park: The War on Drugs (tickets)

Tegan & Sara celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Con at Kings Theatre on 11/8 (tickets)

9/10: Shadow of the City with Brian Fallon, Titus Andronicus, Bleachers, and more (tickets)
10/6: Rise Against with White Lung and Piece the Veil (tickets)

Pixies play three NYC area shows: The Space at Westbury 9/22 (tickets), Stone Pony Summerstage 9/23 (tickets), Capitol Theatre 9/24 (tickets)

Mac DeMarco plays Radio City on September 22 (tickets)

Benjamin Clementine plays Carnegie Hall on 10/5.

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


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