Concerts in East New York

Bounce Boat EDM Cruise on Friday, September 5, at 8 p.m. (Up to 29% Off)

Bounce Boat

Pier 40

$45 $32

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Dance to electro, house & nu-disco from Sweater Beats, Pomo, Falcons, and Mike Chach aboard the Hornblower Infinity's floating club

Four-Concert Package at Gramercy Theatre or Keyshia Cole at Irving Plaza (Up to 76% Off)

Weekend Warrior or Keyshia Cole

Multiple Locations

$106 $25

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Four-pack of concerts featuring The Dan Band, Led Zeppelin 2, Supersuckers, and Wild Child; set from R&B singer behind "She"

Azealia Banks at Capitale on Saturday, June 28, at 10 p.m. (Up to 48% Off)

Azealia Banks

Capitale

$75 $39

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The rap star behind "212" and "ATM JAM" unleashes hits from her highly anticipated new album while celebrating NYC Gay Pride

Freestyle Boom "The Kings of Freestyle" at Santos Party House on Saturday, August 16 (Up to 49% Off)

Freestyle Boom "The Kings of Freestyle"

Santos Party House

$35 $18

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Hits by freestyle stars including George Lamond, Johnny O, Soave, David from Nice & Wild, Julio Mena, Jill Tirrell, and DJ Mickey Garcia

Kirk Franklin Presents Tye Tribbett at Gramercy Theatre on Wednesday, July 9 (Up to 63% Off)

Kirk Franklin Presents Tye Tribbett

Gramercy Theatre

$29 $14

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Grammy winner heralded as the "Elvis of Gospel" showcases catchy pop hooks and powerhouse vocals

Yandel at Irving Plaza on Saturday, June 21, at 9 p.m. (Up to 43% Off)

Yandel

Union Square

$52.50 $30

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Puerto Rican superstar of the reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel pumps up audiences with electro-pop hits on his first US solo tour

Anything Goes Live Featuring Beenie Man and Sanchez on Saturday, August 30 (Up to 29% Off)

Anything Goes Live feat. Beenie Man and Sanchez

Amazura Concert Hall

$35 $25

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A dance-hall reggae DJ hosts this Caribbean-music festival with Beenie Man, Sanchez, Mavado, Tessanne Chin, and more

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As a native of the Dominican Republic, Claudette Munné loves merengue beats—but as classical pianists, she and her husband Massimiliano Facchini also cherish traditional piano pieces by European composers. To celebrate these dual passions, the pair arranged a series of fresh, merengue takes on old classics, a project that resulted in a sold-out two-piano show at Carnegie Hall and an interview with NBC.

Revamping traditional piano music isn't the couple's only collaboration, however. They also worked together to found Belle Arti Center for the Arts, a music school that caters mainly to children. Their toddler classes focus on training young ears and building a sense of rhythm that moves beyond freestyle clapping. During private lessons, they train students on instruments from the guitar and violin to woodwinds. Their classes follow a semester schedule, with each semester session culminating in a recital for family and friends.

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