It’s the start of Memorial Day Weekend and you can check out our guide to shows throughout the weekend. You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…

Holy Ghost! (DJ), JDH & Dave P @ Good Roof at Dobbin St. 
The folks at Good Room are also curating this rooftop party series that kicks off today with DFA mainstays Holy Ghost! 3 – 9 PM.

Morbid Angel, Suffocation, Revocation, Withered @ Gramercy Theatre
Death metal as we know it wouldn’t exist without Morbid Angel, whose 1989 LP Altars of Madness is a defining album of the genre. Their lineup currently includes Dan Vadim Von of Vadimvon and drummer Scott Fuller of Annihilated, and this is their first tour with those guys. With support from fellow DM vets Suffocation, deathy thrashers Revocation, and blackened death metallers Withered, this will be a killer show all around.

Night Train w/ guest host David Cross @ Littlefield
Regular Night Train host Wyatt Cenac is away and David Cross is guest hosting. He welcomes guests Greg Fitzsimmons, Myq Kaplan, Sonia Denis, Zach Sherwin, and Neel Nanda. There may be some surprises too — last week David’s Mr Show partner Bob Odenkirk stopped by.

Mike Birbiglia: Working It Out @ Union Hall
The very funny Mike Birbiglia is more popular than ever, having directed and written two films and released a few great standup specials, including this year’s Thank God for Jokes. He hasn’t forgotten his roots though, and frequently returns to his old stomping grounds of Union Hall to test new jokes (hence “Working It Out”). After Union Hall had to close due to a fire, Mike moved things to The Bell House to do a show that raised money for Union Hall bartenders. Union Hall isn’t fully up and running again yet, but they’re now able to do shows in the performance space, where Mike will be tonight. Sold out, but there will be standby tickets when doors open.

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