Tickets for the newly-added Solange, Earl Sweatshirt, Sun Ra Arkestra and Chassol show at Radio City go on sale at 10 AM. The first night is almost sold out.

Tickets for the newly-added Spoon show at Brooklyn Steel go on Bowery presale at 10 AM. The first show is sold out.

Tickets for The Obsessed and Cobalt's show at Saint Vitus go on sale at noon.

Tickets for Power 105.1's Powerhouse at Barclays Center with The Weeknd, Migos, Cardi B and more go on various presales at 10 AM.

Tickets for the intimate Lee Ann Womack show at Rough Trade go on sale at noon.

Tickets to see Miracle Legion's Mark Mulcahy at Mercury Lounge go on AmEx presale at noon.

Tickets for the Topshelf show with Prawn, Slingshot Dakota, People Like You and Queen Moo at Baby's All Right go on sale at 10 AM.

Funk/jam band Lettuce are doing a New Year's Eve run at Brooklyn Bowl on 12/29, 12/30, and 12/31. Tickets go on sale Thursday (8/31) at 10 AM.

Fresh off playing Lockn', Joe Russo's Almost Dead announced six nights at Brooklyn Bowl in October. Tickets go on sale Thursday (8/31) at noon.

Australian electronic duo Kllo will release their debut album Backwater on October 20 via Ghostly, and new single "Downfall" is out now. They'll return to NYC on November 5 at Berlin. Tickets go on sale Friday (9/1) at 10 AM.

Less Art (members of Thrice, Kowloon Walled City, and Curl Up & Die) are releasing their debut album and going on a Northeast tour with Vattnet, which BrooklynVegan is presenting. They'll be at Mercury Lounge 9/14 (tickets), Middle East in Boston 9/15 (tickets), Songbyrd in DC 9/16 (tickets), and Underground Arts in Philly 9/17 (tickets).

Dinosaur Jr are back in NYC this fall for two shows at Brooklyn Bowl, 10/2 (tickets) and 10/3 (tickets). BrooklynVegan is psyched to be presenting these shows, which are opened by Easy Action (John Brannon from Negative Approach’s other band)

Sparks is playing a few shows with a full band this fall. BrooklynVegan is excited to present the NYC shows, at Le Poisson Rouge 10/10 (tickets) and 10/11 (sold out)

Alex Lahey is releasing her debut album on Dead Oceans, and returns to NYC for a BrooklynVegan presented show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on 11/16 with Dude York (tickets)

Screening next at the BrooklynVegan-presented "Music Driven" series at Nitehawk in Brooklyn

8/31 & 9/6: Jawbreaker documentary Don't Break Down: A Film About Jawbreaker with a Q&A from frontman Blake Schwarzenbach (sold out)

10/5: L7 documentary Pretend We're Dead with a Q&A with guitarist Donita Sparks (tickets)

Win tickets to the Arcade Fire show of your choice.
Win tickets, a meet and greet with the band, and access to the venue's secret entrance speakeasy for Interpol's Turn on the Bright Lights show at Forest Hills Stadium
Win tickets to The National's show at Forest Hills Stadium.
Win a pair of three-day passes to The Meadows
Win tickets to Less Art's show at Mercury Lounge

9/10: (Thee) Oh Sees (tickets)
9/13: Dead Cross (tickets)
10/22: The Psychedelic Furs (tickets)
11/18: Hot Water Music (tickets)

Seu Jorge's tribute to David Bowie, The Life Aquatic Tour, returns to NYC with a show at Beacon Theatre on 9/27 (tickets).

St. Vincent plays Kings Theatre on 12/2 (sold out) and 12/3 (tickets)

9/14 @ Central Park: Patti Smith (tickets)
9/21 @ Central Park: The Head and The Heart (tickets)
9/22 @ Central Park: The War on Drugs (tickets)

Tegan & Sara celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Con at Kings Theatre on 11/8 (tickets)

9/10: Shadow of the City with Brian Fallon, Titus Andronicus, Bleachers, and more (tickets)
10/6: Rise Against with White Lung and Piece the Veil (tickets)

Pixies play three NYC area shows: The Space at Westbury 9/22 (tickets), Stone Pony Summerstage 9/23 (tickets), Capitol Theatre 9/24 (tickets)

Mac DeMarco plays Radio City on September 22 (tickets)

Benjamin Clementine plays Carnegie Hall on 10/5.


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