Tickets are still available for several upcoming shows at Warsaw, including Agnes Obel, Agnes Obel, Nothing, Lucero, Johnny Marr, Oh Sees, This Will Destroy You, Cypress Hill, Ezra Furman, and Ty Segall.

You can WIN TICKETS to the Blood Orange and Yves Tumor show at Central Park SummerStage. Enter via the contest widget at the bottom of this post. A winner will be chosen at random and contacted with more info. Good luck!

Tickets for the Brockhampton shows at Terminal 5 go on sale Saturday (9/8) at 10 AM.

Tickets for the Dillinger Four shows in NYC, DC, and Asbury Park go on sale at 10 AM.

Tickets for the Julia Holter show at Warsaw go on sale at 10 AM.

Tickets for the Snail Mail show at White Eagle Hall go on sale at 10 AM. Their three Warsaw shows with Alvvays and Hatchie are sold out, but tickets for their MSG show with Interpol and Car Seat Headrest are still available.

Tickets for The Monochrome Set's show at Bowery Ballroom go on sale at noon. Their Monty Hall show (same link) is on sale now.

Tickets for the Joey Purp and KAMI show at Mercury Lounge go on sale at 10 AM.

Tickets for the Tropical Fuck Storm show at Elsewhere Zone One go on sale at 10 AM. Tickets are also available to see TFS open for Modest Mouse at Kings Theatre.

Tickets for the Single Mothers show at The Kingsland are on sale now.

Tickets for the Evan Dando solo shows at Brooklyn's Wonders of Nature and Jersey City's Monty Hall are on sale now.

Tickets are on sale now for Every Time I Die's Buffalo holiday show with Snapcase, The Bouncing Souls, The Menzingers, Knocked Loose, Turnstile, Angel Du$t, and Vein.

There's a Planned Parenthood benefit going down at Greenpoint's gorgeous Park Church Co-Op on October 5 with Sons Of An Illustrious Father, Honduras, and Thick (tickets).

Score a free studio session in NYC, producer, video and photos included, through LEVEL, a new platform for independent musicians, and BrooklynVegan. Details 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:
9/13: Okkervil River and Petal at Music Hall of Williamsburg
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

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)


Mac DeMarco plays Central Park SummerStage 9/8 (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).

Along with Forest Hills Stadium, David Byrne and Tune-Yards also play Kings Theatre 9/16-9/17 (tickets)

Gorillaz play Barclays Center 10/13 (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)

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).

Ghost play Barclays Center 12/15 (tickets)


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