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Went to watch lazer Lloyd there , modern venue with 3 stages but all in different rooms ,I was in stage 3 all seating holds about 💯people very cozy and personal, the sound was excellent and lazer was A1,as you walk in street level big...More
Really liked this little hole in the wall gem! My only complaint was that we walked past it 3 times trying to find it, so I would suggest maybe a noticeable sign? Or just... a sign in general?
Other than that, once we walked in...More
Stage 2 has a big sign which says stage 3. There are 2 entrances and one says it’s stage 2 but if you happen to come in from another door, there’s no way you can notice it’s not stage 3 but stage 2. I waited...More
I went to Rockwood Music Hall to see my friend play her early evening acoustic concert showcase. Rockwood has three rooms. She played in the most intimate of the performances spaces which has a seperate enternace from the rest of the music hall. This intimate...More
I've been to Louden Swain concerts in the past, but up until recently, I've only been to the ones at conventions. I've also heard Jason Manns live on stage, but not in this kind of atmosphere. The hall doesn't seem picky when it comes to the dress...More
We had tickets for a show at stage 2, so I can’t speak to anything about stage 3. Stage 1 is a small room with a bar and bands that rotate pretty frequently. No tickets or cover for that stage the night I was there...More
My friend and I went there tonight for the Loudon Swain concert, and we were very impressed. The venue staff was incredibly organized and helpful. They were very polite and quick to organize an entirely packed room full of people in and out of the...More
I was looking for live music on a Monday night and didn't think I'd find anything but saw this on the TripAdvisor app and took a chance. The venue was very convenient to the subway station and I was able to enjoy good music early...More
If great live music is your thing it is he'd to go past Rockwood on the east side. Stage 1 we visited and the bands we heard were very good. There was a new band every hour. Bar prices reasonable, and donation plate circulated for...More
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.
To try to answer to your question. THere is no set seating chart some shows have seats with tables some just seats. SOme concerts are Standing only also some shows are all age some are 21 and over. I know that seated... More
To try to answer to your question. THere is no set seating chart some shows have seats with tables some just seats. SOme concerts are Standing only also some shows are all age some are 21 and over. I know that seated shows require a one or two drink minumun. It woiuld be best if you contact them either by email or phone, both work. When I had to contact ROckwood I sent an emai a had an answer back within an hour. Lodging that is a different story. HOtels in the area are NOT CHEAP. THe Lower East SIde has become an expensive place. The gentrification began in 1987 and has steadily increased. SO much so that the alot of teh LOwer east side remember no longer exisits especially along HOuston Street. I saw alot of it happening first hand when I taught in a high school near by 19 years ago before transferring to a differant area. That said, you may want to stay in other parts of NYC or even in NJ in HOboken Jersey city or even point NOrth such as Edgewater or Secaucus and use mass transit from there.If yo do that Take the Path train from HOboken to 33rd street then get teh F train DOwntown to the Allen Street station. YOu can park at the 24 hour muncipal garage on Essex street and walk several blocks. THe prices change put are cheaper then privately owned parking garages. YOu can also take your chance with street parking. It will be hit or miss as far as finding street parking. YOu can't park on Allen street for more then a few hours. its metered. Hope this helps.