Blonde Redhead will perform a live score for Jorgen Leth's cycling film Stars And Watercarriers on June 21 & 22 at the Park Church Co-Op as part of the Bicycle Film Festival. Tickets are on sale. These shows are right after Blonde Redhead's Le Poisson Rouge show.

Finn Wolfhard's band Calpurnia sold out their Irving Plaza show (7/14) and added a Sunday matinee (7/15) happening at Irving Plaza the next day. Tickets go on sale Friday (6/8) at noon and a Citi presale starts today at 10 AM.

Tickets for the SOB x RBE show at Irving Plaza go on Citi, Spotify, and Artist VIP presales at 10 AM.

Tickets for the Mastodon and Dinosaur Jr show at the Capitol Theatre are on BrooklynVegan presale now. Password = BrooklynVegan.

Tickets for the Wild Nothing show at Brooklyn Steel go on AmEx and Spotify presales at noon.

Tickets for the Ministry, Carpenter Brut and Igorrr shows at Irving Plaza go on Citi presale at 10 AM.

Tickets for the Nothing and Swirlies show at Warsaw go on sale at 10 AM.

Tickets for the Swearin' and Empath show at Music Hall of Williamsburg go on AmEx presale at noon.

Tickets for the Mitski shows at Brooklyn Steel are on Spotify presale now.

JD Samson is playing the Elsewhere rooftop on June 16 with Rimarkable and Theodore Jahng (tickets).

The sixth annual All Ages Pride Party happens June 23 at Housing Works with music by Chika and Emily Wells. The show, which is sponsored by the Tegan & Sara Foundation, goes from 1-3 PM and is totally free. More info here.

Tall Juan, Colin L, Chango4, Emmerson and her Clammy Hands and Janitor are playing the free, all ages Summerjam X on the Fourth of July in the Rockaways at 68-02 Bayfield Ave.

6/9: BrooklynVegan Northside Showcase with Protomartyr, Deerhoof, FRIGS, Renata Zeiguer, Sloppy Jane, Corridor, Tess Roby and Eaters at Elsewhere (tickets are on sale and you can enter to win a pair)
10/27: Mercury Rev at Music Hall of Williamsburg, celebrating the 20th anniversary of Deserter's Songs (tickets)

Enter to win tickets to:
6/7-6/10: Bonnaroo
6/12: of Montreal at Le Poisson Rouge
6/13: The Decemberists and M. Ward at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival
6/14-6/17: Firefly Festival
6/14: Woods at Brooklyn Bowl
6/15: Grizzly Bear at Wellmont Theatre
6/15-6/6: The Magnetic Fields' 50 Song Memoir at Apollo Theatre
6/16: Kurt Vile and The Violators at White Eagle Hall - plus a SIGNED RECORD, T-SHIRT & STICKER
6/19: Blonde Redhead at Le Poisson Rouge
6/20: Grizzly Bear and Spoon at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival
7/25: Courtney Barnett, Julien Baker & Vagabon at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival
9/8: Mac DeMarco at Central Park Summerstage
10/26: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds at Barclays Center

6/8: Belle & Sebastian, Perfume Genius, and Frankie Cosmos (tickets are on sale, and you can also enter to win tickets)
6/9: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, The Head and The Heart, and Hiss Golden Messenger (tickets are on sale, and you can also enter to win tickets)
6/15: alt-J (in surround sound) and Kamasi Washington (tickets are on sale, and you can also enter to win tickets)
9/8: Jamiroquai (tickets)
9/15: David Byrne and Tune-Yards (tickets)
9/29-9/30: The National presents There's No Leaving New York with Future Islands, Jason Isbell, Cat Power, Phoebe Bridgers, U.S. Girls, Bully and more. (single day tickets are on sale, and you can enter to win two day passes).

6/25: Kathy Griffin @ Radio City Music Hall (tickets)

SOME UPCOMING SHOWS at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival:
6/13: The Decemberists and M. Ward (tickets)
6/20: Grizzly Bear and Spoon (tickets)
7/25: Courtney Barnett, Julien Baker, and Vagabon (tickets)

SOME UPCOMING SHOWS at Stone Pony Summer Stage:
6/15: Fitz & The Tantrums (tickets)
8/3: Boy George & Culture Club (tickets)
8/4: The Bouncing Souls, Against Me! & Titus Andronicus (tickets)
8/14: Band of Horses (tickets)

SOME UPCOMING SHOWS at Brooklyn Steel:
6/6: Amadou & Miriam (tickets)
6/7: Gomez (tickets)
6/9: Eels (tickets)
6/19-6/20: Dr. Dog (tickets)
6/23: Amen Dunes (tickets)
7/24: Deafheaven (tickets)
7/26-7/27: Sleep (tickets)

SOME UPCOMING SHOWS at the Pier 17 Rooftop Concert Series
8/1: Amy Schumer (tickets)
8/2: Kings of Leon (tickets)
8/3: Kings of Leon (tickets)
8/12: Trevor Noah (tickets)
8/19: Dashboard Confessional (tickets)
8/25: Gladys Knight & The O'Jays (tickets)
9/30: Diana Ross (tickets)
10/5: Slash (tickets)


Francis and the Lights play the Apollo Theatre 6/8 (tickets)

Le Poisson Rouge celebrates their tenth anniversary with LPR X, which includes:
6/19: Blonde Redhead (tickets)
8/17: Pere Ubu (tickets)

The WhiskyX brings food, live music, and over 60 whiskies to Brooklyn 6/8 (tickets)

Lauryn Hill celebrates the 20th anniversary of The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill on tour this summer including two NYC-area shows: 7/15 at Northwell Health at Jones Beach & 8/8 at PNC Bank Arts Center (tickets)

Mac DeMarco plays Central Park SummerStage 9/8 (tickets) and Philly's Skyline Stage at the Mann 9/4 (tickets

Willie Nelson's Outlaw Music Festival returns this summer, including dates at BB&T Pavilion 9/15 (tickets), PNC Bank Arts Center 9/16 (tickets) & Saratoga Springs Performing Arts Center 9/23 (tickets)

Jawbreaker play two beach towns in September: Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk 9/14 and Asbury Park's Stone Pony Summer Stage 9/15 (tickets)

The The are playing their first US shows in 18 years on their "Comeback Special" tour, including two in NYC: Brooklyn Steel 9/16 & Beacon Theatre 9/17 (tickets).

Rufus Wainwright celebrates the 20th anniversary of his self-titled debut album at Beacon Theatre 12/4, playing songs from it and 2001's Poses (tickets).

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds play Barclays Center 10/26 (tickets)

Garbage celebrate the 20th anniversary of Version 2.0 on tour, including Kings Theatre 10/27 (tickets)

Ghost play Barclays Center 12/15 (tickets)


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