You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Ms. Lauryn Hill, Oshun @ NYCB Theatre at Westbury
The legendary Ms. Lauryn Hill is playing four NYC-area shows this month, including Long Island tonight. Oshun makes for well-matched support.
Blood Incantation, Ruin Lust, Funeral Leech @ Saint Vitus
Beloved modern-day death metallers’ Blood Incantation only two East Coast shows of 2020 happen at Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus tonight and tomorrow. Both find the band performing their highly acclaimed 2019 sophomore album Hidden History of the Human Race in full, and this one also features a full performance of their 2015 EP Interdimensional Extinction. Good openers too, including Ruin Lust who just announced a new album for 20 Buck Spin.
Show Me The Body, Tommy Wright III, Mike, Blair, Baby Kahlo, Vertigo @ Saint Vitus
This crazy late night show at Saint Vitus just got crazier (and later). Show Me The Body has been added last minute to the lineup that begins at 11pm after the 2nd Blood Incantation show.
Ween @ Terminal 5
Ween continue their Valentine’s weekend run with a little chocolate…and cheese.
Mick Trouble, Je Suis France, Kyle Forester, Kevin Hairs @ Alphaville
Mick Trouble is the alter ego of My Teenage Stride/Jeanines' Jed Smith who here crafts fake early '80s UK indiepop a la Television Personalities. Also on the bill: Woods/Crystal Stilts/Purple Mountains keyboardist Kyle Forester and more.
Anna of the North, Dizzy Fae @ Elsewhere Hall
Norwegian indie pop artist Anna of the North released her sophomore album, Dream Girl, last year and is now on her biggest North American tour to dates.
‘Live From Here with Chris Thile’ w/ Real Estate, Indigo Girls, Ken Burns, Lewis Black @ Town Hall
It's a fun mix of performers on this live taping of Public Radio's Live From Here, with Real Estate (who have a new album), documentarian Ken Burns, The Indigo Girls, and more.
Habibi, Ice Balloons, Champagne SuperChillin @ Market Hotel
Habibi celebrate the release of their new album Anywhere But Here with an all-around terrific bill including the frenchy Champagne Superchillin' and Kyp Malone's Ice Balloons.
Eagles (performing Hotel California) @ Madison Square Garden
Eagles — which these days is Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, with Deacon Frey and Vince Gill – will be playing their 1976 mega-seller Hotel California across two nights at MSG. This is night two.
Church of Misery, Truckfighters @ The Kingsland
Tokyo doom vets Church of Misery are celebrating their 25th anniversary with a North American tour that hits The Kingsland tonight and tomorrow. Both shows are with Swedish party rockers Truckfighters.
Sheer Terror, The Templars, Crazy Eddie, The Fight @ The Brooklyn Monarch
NYHC legends Sheer Terror celebrate their 35th anniversary tonight, which is also the first show at new Bushwick venue The Brooklyn Monarch (23 Meadow St, in between Bogart and Waterbury, right next to The Paper Box and across the street from where Shea Stadium used to be). That venue also hosts Black N' Blue Bowl in May.
Ceramic Dog @ The Stone
Guitarist Marc Ribot wraps up his weeklong residency at The Stone with a performance by his "rock band" Ceramic Dog (ft. Shahzad Ismaily and Ches Smith).
You can also find quality entertainment on almost any night of the week at: Barbès bar and performance space in Park Slope, LunÀtico in Bed Stuy, Nublu in the East Village, Blue Note jazz club in the West Village, The Stone in multiple locations, Comedy Cellar in the West Village, and Q.E.D. comedy club in Astoria.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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