What’s going on Sunday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…
The Who @ Jones Beach
The Who played a very intimate show at NYC’s Pace Gallery this past Thursday, but tonight they’ll return to their usual stadium-sized shows (and electric guitars), as they head to Jones Beach as part of their orchestral “Moving On!” tour, which sees the band putting a classier spin on many old favorites…as well as a couple from their just-announced first album in 13 years.
Eric Andre @ Kings Theatre
Comedian Eric Andre is currently on his “Legalize Everything” tour, which he claims to be his biggest ever. He makes his first of two stops at Brooklyn’s Kings Theater tonight.
Joanna Newsom @ El Museo del Barrio
It’s been four years since Joanna Newsom put out her last LP, Divers, and no concrete sign of new music at the moment, but she’s been playing plenty of old favorites across this seven-night run that wraps up tonight.
Hide, NGHTCRWLR, Sibling, Dreamcrusher @ Brooklyn Bazaar
In between shows opening for several other bands on tour, Chicago noise duo HIDE play this one-off headlining show at Brooklyn Bazaar tonight.
Planned Parenthood’s POP: Gavin Rayna Russom, Tasha Blank, Illexxandria @ House of Yes
House of Yes hosts this “celebration of pop art, sexual heath and reproductive justice.”
Shakey Graves, Dr. Dog, Liz Cooper and the Stampede @ Pier 17
Philly rockers Dr. Dog and UK-based psych songwriter Shakey Graves conclude a two-night stand at Pier 17’s rooftop venue at South Street Seaport tonight, as part of the venue’s ongoing Summer Concert Series.
Lingua Ignota, King Vision Ultra @ Public Records
Theatrical noise artist Lingua Ignota released one of the year’s very best albums with Caligula, and with music this physical, it begs to be seen live. She plays Public Records tonight and Saint Vitus on Wednesday.
Bury Your Dead, Upon a Burning Body, Great American Ghost, Born a New @ Saint Vitus Bar
Boston metalcore vets Bury Your Dead have been going strong since the early 2000s, and they recently released the new single “Collateral.” No word on a new album yet, but their last one came back way back in 2011 so maybe this single means they’ve got one stirring.
Black Uhuru @ Sony Hall
Guess who’s coming to Sony Hall (for dinner?)? Natty dreadlocks!
The Body, Assembly of Light Choir @ The Bell House
Genre-defying heavy duo The Body are celebrating their 20th anniversary as a band this year and following their appearance at Basilica Soundscape, they’ll play this special set with longtime collaborators The Assembly of Light Choir.
For all of tonight’s shows, and tomorrow’s, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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