Concerts in NoLita

Special Tribute to Buena Vista Social Club with Pepito Gomez on Friday, September 12 (Up to 58% Off)

Special Tribute to Buena Vista Social Club with Pepito Gomez


$69 $29


Roasted chicken with rice and beans accompanies the rhythms of the Pepito Gomez Sextet

Brazilian Dinner and Dancing for Two or Four at S.O.B.'s (Sounds of Brazil) (Up to 65% Off)

S.O.B.'s ( Sounds of Brazil )


$170 $65

Salsa on Friday evening and samba on Saturday evening at an intimate dinner club

DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist at Irving Plaza on September 5 at 9 p.m. (Up to 51% Off)

DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist

Irving Plaza

$47 $23


DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist collaborate using Afrika Bambaataa’s original record collection to celebrate his & Zulu Nation's 40th anniversary

Bounce Boat EDM Cruise on Friday, September 5, at 6 p.m. (Up to 29% Off)

Bounce Boat

Pier 40

$45 $32


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

Jazz Performance Wednesday–Saturday at 10 p.m. for Two or Four at Jazz at Kitano (50% Off)

Jazz at Kitano

Midtown South Central

$30 $15

Jazz night at a club named one of the best in the city by NYC Jazz Record

Broadway Revue, Concert, or Cabaret Performance at 54 Below Through December 31 (Up to 46% Off)

54 Below


$35 $19


Broadway and cabaret luminaries, including Tony-winning tap dancer Savion Glover, take the stage for solo performances and musical revues

Private Jazz Concert in a 100-Year-Old Mansion

Intimate Jazz Concert in a Historic Mansion

Bedford - Stuyvesant

$45 $45

Enjoy an evening of jazz and mingle with performers and patrons during an intimate concert at a mansion used as a set in Boardwalk Empire

Inked Out New Jersey Tattoo & Music Festival at Meadowlands Expo Center on September 12–14 (Up to 63% Off)

Inked Out New Jersey Tattoo & Music Festival

Meadowlands Exposition Center

$20 $10


Lauded tattoo artists, musicians, and entertainers convene over three days for live tattooing sessions, brawny rock, and burlesque shows

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CLOS Wine Bar owner and certified sommelier Mine Ayberk personally chooses every option on the bar's wine list, focusing especially on Old World, single-vineyard wines. As it turns out, Ms. Ayberk's selection has more wines than her bar has seats. With enough space for just under 20 guests, CLOS carries an intimate aura, surrounding visitors with warm tones, handcrafted finishings, and works from local artists. Clambering across the hardwood floors, the CLOS staff doles out specially prepared gourmet plates designed to enhance the wine-drinking experience. But much like its owner, the bar's staff members aren't just shadows in the background: each is a certified sommelier, and each speaks multiple languages. This means guests can enjoy some European pizzazz without having to join a pen-pal program for adults.

64 Kenmare St
New York,

Founded in 1986 as a place for writers and performers to create and develop new work before a live audience, Dixon Place in the Lower East Side steadfastly holds on to its underground spirit, and remains one of New York’s foremost places to watch the creative process in action. Today, the intimate 120-seat theater hosts a diverse program of plays, musicals, dance performances and literary readings by emerging and established artists like Kate Soper, Toni Schlesinger and Marcia Monroe. Dixon Place also hosts similarly experimental art exhibitions in its gallery, alongside film screenings and talks, while musical performances and cabaret take place in the lounge.

161 Chrystie St
New York,

Rockwood Music Hall on Allen Street in New York’s Lower East Side is serious about live music. Consistently hosting a lineup of upcoming and aspiring talent, as well as established soloists and bands from virtually every genre of music, Rockwood Music Hall has become a legendary venue for urbanites looking to support their favorite band or discover the latest new sound. The no frills, no hype space is actually subdivided into three stages, each sporting old worn wood floors, an unadorned stage with spotlighting, a small bar and an open floor lets the audiences get up close and personal with the band. With a friendly, if straightforward vibe, Rockwood Music Hall is the perfect neighborhood spot to stay up to date on what’s hip, all while kicking back, enjoying a drink and listening to great music.

196 Allen St
New York,

Founded in 1961 by Ellen Stewart, La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club has been a home for artists of all kinds, especially those whose work is not considered to be mainstream or conventional. Sam Shephard, Phillip Glass, Amy Sedaris, Harvey Fierstein and more have all been a part of this historic East Village performance space, which encourages all kinds of art – think everything from puppetry to poetry reading, dance concerts to beatbox championships – and offers several in-house programs, as well as special events all year round. Visitors can experience any number of alternative artistic happenings within the theater’s casual black box atmosphere, with down-played surroundings and non-fussy seating that help guests focus on the performances at hand.

74 E 4th St
New York,

Like a monarch of old, Dave Delzio fills his court with music, drink, and good food. Only instead of the sweet sounds of the dulcimer, his hall resonates with the powerful hum of the electric guitar or beats spun by skilled DJs. This music industry veteran outfitted his venue specifically to cater to local and national acts, with a 24-foot modular stage, McCauley and Turbosound speakers, full-spectrum stage-lighting, and a whole array of materials on hand to help them put on a great show. Judging by Tammany Hall's packed calendar, it's a pretty enticing offer.

Of course, Delzio runs his bar for music lovers as well. From the comfort of banquet-style seating, guests sip craft cocktails or head to the bar for microbrews stored in a refurbished antique icebox dating back to 1907, the same year ice was first invented. And, to ensure empty stomachs don't ruin the revelry, Tammany Hall's kitchen also churns out a menu of American comfort foods such as sliders and quesadillas.

152 Orchard St
New York,

This tiny comedy club in the East Village has seen some huge acts over the years, from national names like Louis C.K., Daymon Wayans and Sarah Silverman to longtime New York locals like Janeane Garofalo, who is a regular performer at the Eastville Comedy Club. Ticket prices are kept low, at $10 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays, and $20 on Fridays and Saturdays, making it an affordable form of entertainment whenever you feel like a laugh. Enjoy a few drinks while watching stand-up comedy within Eastville’s intimate, retro-designed interior, with its turquoise walls, and cheeky subway tiled stage. For big-time comedians looking to work out new material to a smaller audience, or smaller acts still honing their craft, this is a great, easily accessible comedy room.

85 E 4th St
New York,