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What You'll Get
Today’s side deal gently tenderizes ear calluses with the soothing sounds of a live music show at the B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in Times Square. A $10 minimum food or drink purchase per person is required for all shows. Choose to attend one of the following 10 shows, all of which begin at 8 p.m.:
- $13 to see Maxi Priest on Friday, August 27 (a $26.50 value)
- $5 to see A Tribute to the Great Guitar Legends of the '70s, with special guest openers playing at 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., on Monday, August 30 (a $10 value)
- $5 to see the Alexis P. Suter Band on Tuesday, August 31 (a $10 value)
- $15 to see The Rhythm Devils featuring Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann from The Grateful Dead on Wednesday, September 1 (a $30 value)
- $12 to see Big Shot – Tribute to Billy Joel on Friday, September 3 (a $25 value)
- $5 to see Dr. K’s Motown Revue on Saturday, September 4 (a $10 value)
- $6 to see The Music of the Gipsy Kings featuring Los Cintron on Monday, September 6 (a $12 value)
- $13 to see Martha Reeves & The Vandellas on Thursday, September 16 (a $27.50 value)
- $12 to see The Wild Magnolias on Sunday, September 26 (a $25 value)
- $12 to see Indigenous on Monday, October 4 (a $25 value)
Intricately designed carpeting, brilliant lighting, and chairs sporting cut-out eighth notes decorate the sumptuous interior of the B.B. King Blues Club & Grill. In the main showcase room, guests lounge around booths and tables and enjoy up-close views of the 30-foot stage, around which the audience wraps in the shape of a horse slipper. Once past the theater’s marquee, sound addicts can listen to The Rhythm Devils transcend rock ‘n’ roll stereotypes with a smorgasbord of musical masters culled from bands such as The Grateful Dead and Gov’t Mule, unscrew their ears to hear the bluesy tunes of Native American band Indigenous, and more.
A 40-foot bar and a full menu of American Continental fare with Southern flair fills showgoers, who can eat during the show or opt for a dining excursion at Lucille’s Bar and Grill—named after B.B. King’s guitar. Seating is first-come, first-served, so show up early—doors open at 6 p.m. for most shows.
- When pop music's dinosaurs stomped through New York in years past, they had no choice but to head for a high-art theater, a beat-up club, or an overpacked bar downtown. Now classic rockers like Peter Frampton and Blue Öyster Cult and R&B legends like Chic and James Brown play the B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, an intimate but spacious Times Square supper club that ranges well beyond its titular subject matter. – New York magazine
- They really know how to get a band to shine at this place - good job production! – JayLove1115, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Valid only for show purchased. All shows general admission. Must pay $10 drink/food minimum if seated. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.