Operated by local promoter Bowery Presents, this Williamsburg outpost is basically a mirror image of the similarly sized Bowery Ballroom.
This spacious former vaudeville theater, resplendent after a recent renovation, hosts a variety of popular acts, from Steely Dan to Ryan Adams.
This historic tennis stadium - which was home to memorable matches and concerts from the '20s to the '80s - reopened its doors with a rowdy Mumford & Sons event.
Run by the hip folks behind beloved arts and music haven Glasslands, this 24,000-square-foot converted warehouse hosts live shows and DJ nights across three stages.
Hailed as the Showplace of the World, this legendary Rockefeller Center venue with its elaborate Art Deco details, massive stage and theatrics from the 1930s.
This Greenpoint club - completely decorated with black walls and dead roses hanging above the bar - to see metal, rock and more experimental heavy music.
Celebrate BRIC as the home base of Brooklyn! series, the beautiful bandshell in Prospect Park is a beautiful amphitheater surrounded by lush greenery.
The Basement Club's stage still hosts the pinnacle of mainstream jazz talent. A lot of history has been made here.
Blue Note prides itself on being the "Jazz Capital of the World". Real music titans rub up against hot young talent.
The big, the darling and the not so pretty MSG is probably the most famous sports arena in the world. Located atop Penn Station since 1968, this 20,000-seat venue.