tix on sale: Cardi B, WSOU’s Rotten Apple Fest ++ Okkervil River contest, more
The lineup and schedule of WSOU's Rotten Apple Fest, their fall concert series which happens at various NYC venues, has been announced and includes shows with GWAR, Clutch, Suffocation, Ministry, Paradise Lost and more. Head here for full lineup and tickets.
WIN TICKETS to see Okkervil River and Petal at Music Hall of Williamsburg on September 13. To enter, fill out the contest widget below. Tickets are still available for MHOW (and their 10/14 show at Asbury Lanes).
Gus Dapperton plays Bowery Ballroom on Halloween night. Tickets are on Citi cardmember presale now and go on sale to the general public on Thursday, August 30 at noon.
Enter to win a VIP experience to The National's There's No Leaving New York Festival at Forest Hills Stadium, including a pair of VIP passes, soundcheck access, a two-night hotel stay in Manhattan and more - ENTER HERE.
BrooklynVegan is a media sponsor of jam marathon Brooklyn Comes Alive, which happens 9/29 at Brooklyn Bowl, Music Hall of Williamsburg & Rough Trade (tickets are on sale, and you can enter to win a pair)
Enter to win tickets to:
9/8: Mac DeMarco at Central Park Summerstage
9/15: FIDLAR and Dilly Dally at Terminal 5
9/26: Blood Orange at Central Park SummerStage
10/9: Modest Mouse at Kings Theatre
10/19: Murder by Death at Music Hall of Williamsburg
10/26: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds at Barclays Center
11/13: Jim James and Alynda Segarra at Town Hall
SOME UPCOMING SHOWS AT FOREST HILLS STADIUM:
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 for Saturday and Sunday are on sale)
MORE UPCOMING SHOWS
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)
Browse our "Tickets On Sale" tag for more recently announced NYC shows.
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