Events for Live Music

Chris Farren w Guppy, M.A.H.D

Nothing But Thieves Welcome To The DCC World Tour with Kid Kapichi

The NYChillharmonic The NYChillharmonic is a Brooklyn-based, 18 piece, progressive-rock orchestra led by Sara McDonald. The music fuses multiple genres including rock, pop, classical, and jazz while sonically embracing unconventional textures, arrangements, and harmonies - ultimately creating an ensemble sound like nothing you've ever heard before.

Parkway Drive Monsters of Oz Tour with special guests The Amity Affliction Northlane Make Them Suffer

Stick To Your Guns Diamond Anniversary Tour


Westminster presents the We ARE Trio

Westminster University presents the area debut of the collective trio, We ARE, which celebrates 25 years of creative friendship and empathic collaboration between three outstanding jazz artists: pianist Aaron Goldberg, bassist Reuben Rogers, and drummer Eric Harland. Join us for this not-to-be-missed concert in the intimate acoustics of Jones Recital Hall. Seating is limited - reserve your tickets today!

Igorrr Spirituality and Distortion Tour with support from Melt-Banana Otto Von Schirach

Tom The Mail Man Presents: The 710'S Tour w Titus

Moon Hooch at The Commonwealth Room

The horn-and-percussion trio Moon Hooch is currently made up by members Michael Wilbur, Wenzl Mcgowen, and Cyzon Griffin, have gone from playing on New York City subway platforms to touring with the likes of Beats Antique, They Might Be Giants, and Lotus, as well as selling out their own headline shows in major venues around the country. Though the band—whose members initially met as students at the New School—turned heads in the music industry as relative unknowns with a charismatic, unconventional sound (they play with unique tonguing techniques and utilize found objects like traffic cones attached to the bells of their horns to manipulate tone, for instance), they were already a familiar and beloved sight to strangers in New York, who would react with such joy and fervor to their impromptu subway platform sets that the NYPD had to ban them from locations that couldn’t handle the crowds. NY Mag once referred to their sound as “Jay Gatsby on ecstasy,” while the NY Post fell for their “catchy melodic hooks and funky rhythms,” saying they had “the power to make you secretly wish that the short [subway] wait becomes an indefinite delay.” While the band’s busking days are behind them now, the lessons they learned from all those platform parties helped guide their approach to recording ‘Life on Other Planets.’

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