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Music Hall of Williamsburg

Map & Directions 66 N. 6th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
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718-486-5400
  • Daily 6pm-2am
  • Coat Check

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The Dirty Projectors' David Longstreth once (possibly sarcastically) proclaimed that "Brooklyn is the center of the universe" onstage at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. His declaration is an apt description of the acts that perform here--on-the-rise, Brooklyn-based indie rockers and the freshest blog-anointed buzzbands from wherever. Inside, there are three bars--one in the basement, another upstairs, one more on the Shepard Fairey-decorated second floor--and a low stage. Naturally, bountiful stage-diving follows, allowing you to experience the hype firsthand.

 
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  • Concert Ticket Agency on 09/06/12

    Incredible place to see live music. Go early to get in on happy hour. Odds are your favorite band LOVES playing here.

  • Mashable on 06/05/10

    Want to see some of the hottest new bands on the indie scene? It's here! It's also the place where Boxee was launched! - Brenna Ehrlich

  • Flavorpill NYC on 10/06/09

    The revamp is now almost a carbon copy of the Bowery Ballroom, but with a better downstairs bar. Check it out.

  • The revamp is now almost a carbon copy of the Bowery Ballroom, but with a better downstairs bar. Check it out.

  • SPIN on 07/22/11

    This is Cults favorite music venue. They say it's an amazing venue to play and the best place to see shows. The bar downstairs stays open late and is great for post-show mingling.

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