|Mar 4||8:00 PM||Zusha||Find Tickets|
|Mar 5||8:00 PM||Will Butler||Find Tickets|
|Mar 6||8:00 PM||Beardyman||Find Tickets|
|Mar 7||8:00 PM||Red Baraat||Find Tickets|
|Mar 7||8:00 PM||Sunny Jain||Get Details|
|Mar 9||8:00 PM||Catfish & the Bottlemen||Find Tickets|
|Mar 10||8:00 PM||Cursive||Find Tickets|
|Mar 11||8:00 PM||Cursive||Find Tickets|
|Mar 12||8:00 PM||Milo Greene||Find Tickets|
|Mar 13||8:00 PM||The Church||Find Tickets|
The Bowery Ballroom NYC was built in 1929, but rather than being steeped in a rich, musical history, the venue but lay empty until the end of WWII. Then, the Bowery Ballroom NYC was turned into a high-end retail store. It wasn't until 1997 that the Bowery Ballroom NYC made the transition into music venue, subsequently becoming the much-talked-about venue that we know today.With a capacity of 550, the Bowery Ballroom NYC offers performers and customers alike the opportunity to deliver and enjoy music in a cool and intimate setting. And the stars continue to flock there. Amy Winehouse, Lily Allen, Kate Nash, Bruno Mars, Kanye West and Patti Smith are just a few of those featured on the Bowery Ballroom schedule in the past.
The venue's claims to fame aren't just music-related, either; the Bowery Ballroom NYC appears in the films, Coyote Ugly and Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist.
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