tix on sale: Dead & Company, Haim, Phoenix, Elton John, Slayer, UMO, more
Tickets to the Elton John "Farewell Yellow Brick" shows at Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center are on various presales now.
Tickets to see TDE‘s full roster shows (including Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Schoolboy Q, Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, Isaiah Rashad, SiR and Lance Skiiiwalker) at Madison Square Garden and Jones Beach go on sale at noon.
Tickets to two shows at Forest Hills Stadium: Belle & Sebastian, Perfume Genius, and Frankie Cosmos June 8, and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, The Head and The Heart, and Hiss Golden Messenger are on sale now, and you can enter to win a pair of tickets.
Tickets for the I Am the Avalanche and Nightmare of You show at Gramercy Theatre and House of Independents go on sale at noon.
OC garage rockers The Garden play Market Hotel on April 18 with Tijuana Panthers and Cowgirl Clue. Tickets go on sale at noon.
Violinist-turned-producer Emily Wells plays National Sawdust on Saturday, January 27 where she'll be testing out new material before going into the studio. Tickets are on sale.
Ambient icon Laraaji plays National Sawdust on March 30 with Dallas Acid. Tickets are on sale at noon.
Lynyrd Skynyrd have announced their farewell tour, which they're calling Last of the Street Survivors, and will hit the NYC area at PNC Bank Arts Center on June 22 and Jones Beach on June 23. Tickets for both shows go on sale February 2 at 10 AM with various presales starting January 30 at 10 AM.
Beverly and Baltimore's Wildhoney play Saint Vitus on February 23 with Fits and Blush (tickets).
Thunder Dreamers, Dead Painters and Anna Altman play Elsewhere Zone One on March 5 (tickets).
SOME UPCOMING SHOWS AT IRVING PLAZA:
2/12: Celebrating David Bowie with Mike Garson, Earl Slick, Gerry Leonard, Carmine Rojas, Bernard Fowler, Gaby Moreno and special guests (tickets)
3/7: Adult Swim Presents: Mr. Pickles Thrash-tacular with Exodus and Municipal Waste (tickets)
MORE UPCOMING SHOWS
Singer-guitarist Paolo Angeli makes his Carnegie Hall debut 1/26. He accompanies his singing with a uniquely prepared guitar, using pedals, drone-producing propellers, and more to create a unique sound that merges jazz, early music, and folk. He does a cool cover of Bjork, too. (tickets)
"Weird Al" Yankovic added a second date to his stripped down "Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour" 3/22 (tickets).
Browse our "Tickets On Sale" tag for more recently announced NYC shows.