Live Music Venues In New York

Music Hall of Williamsburg

Run by local promoter Bowery Presents, this Williamsburg outpost is basically a mirror image of similarly sized Bowery Ballroom.

Beacon Theatre

This spacious former vaudeville theater, resplendent after a recent renovation, hosts a variety of popular acts, from Steely Dan to Ryan Adams.

Forest Hills Stadium

After extensive renovation, it is the historic tennis stadium – home to memorable matches and concerts from the 20s to the 80s.


Operated by the hip folks behind beloved art and music haven Glasslands, this 24,000 square-foot converted warehouse hosts live shows and DJ nights on three stages.

Radio City Music Hall

One heralded as the Showplace of the World, this famed Rockefeller Center venue has razzle-dazzled patrons since the 1930s with its elaborate Art Deco details.

Saint Vitus

This Greenpoint club—moodily decorated with all-black walls and dead roses hanging above the bar—is one of the best places in the city to see metal.

BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn

As home base for the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! series, the beautiful bandshell in Prospect Park is a scenic amphitheater surrounded by lush greenery.

Village Vanguard

After more than 80 years, this basement club’s stage still hosts the crème de la crème of mainstream jazz talent.

Blue Note

The Blue Note prides itself on being "the jazz capital of the world." Bona fide musical titans rub against hot young talents.

Madison Square Garden

Big, beloved and not-so-beautiful MSG is perhaps the most famous sports arena in the world.

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