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Download the New Bowery Presents App

July 24th, 2014

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Download the official Bowery Presents app (including Bowery Boston and Bowery South) for access to the best shows in your area. Fans and concertgoers will have a new way to access up-to-the-minute concert announcements, event listings and special offers. Plus they’ll be able to purchase tickets, listen to Spotify playlists of bands from upcoming shows and let friends know who to see and where to go using SMS, e-mail, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, all directly from our app. The app will feature all Bowery Presents shows in the New York City metro area, as well as venues in Boston, Philadelphia, Portland, Me., Atlanta, New Orleans and beyond.

The app, powered by Eventbase Technology Inc., creators of the world’s most trusted event-app platform, was conceived alongside American Express, a longtime Bowery Presents partner, which will bring presale and special-seating opportunities to its Card Members through the app. Additionally, the app will feature special offers including ticket giveaways and more.

The app is available via Apple App Store (iOS) and Google play (Android).

Download from Apple App Store.

 

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Boston’s Calling …

May 24th, 2013

While summer doesn’t technically start ’til June 21st, the summer season kicks off today, with the beginning of Memorial Day weekend. And what better way to do that with a music festival featuring a lineup that kicks all 11 kinds of ass over the course of two days and nights at the Boston Calling Music Festival. Tomorrow’s docket includes fun. (above, performing “Some Nights” on Saturday Night Live), the Shins, Marina and the Diamonds, Matt & Kim, Portugal. The Man, Cults, MS MR, St. Lucia and Bad Rabbits. Not to be outdone, Sunday features the National (below, doing “Bloodbuzz Ohio”), Of Monsters and Men, Young the Giant, Andrew Bird, Dirty Projectors, Ra Ra Riot, the Walkmen, Youth Lagoon and Caspian. Pretty great, right? So what are you waiting for? Head directly to Beantown and spend your weekend rocking out.

 

 

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The Sinclair Is Up and Running

December 21st, 2012

The Sinclair, a 525-person live-music venue in the heart of Harvard Square in Cambridge, Mass., opened last week with Concrete Blonde. The gem of a room is filled with different levels and balconies, plus state-of-the-art lights and sound system. The Boston Globe says, “It has some of the best sight lines of any local venue, with three balconies of varying heights. Get here early to stake out a spot in the middle platform, which offers a prime spot to stare down the bands.” And the Phoenix calls that same perch: “the best view in a house that has no bad views.”

The Sinclair, however, isn’t just about great shows—although it will have a full calendar, highlighted by Deer Tick’s sold-out New Year’s Eve show. In addition to live music, this venue will house a Michael Schlow–helmed restaurant. “Music is inextricably linked to the dining experience,” says the acclaimed chef. And although the eatery will only have a small menu on show nights until after the New Year, once its fully up and running, concertgoers and foodies alike will want to stop in for anything from small bites and snacks to big plates and full meals. Because if you like food and music, this must be the place.

Bowery Boston Is Up and Running

April 23rd, 2010
(Photo: Matthew J. Lee /Globe Staff

(Photo: Matthew J. Lee /Globe Staff

Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe played the first Bowery Boston show last night at Royale. Royale was previously the Roxy, and it has recently undergone extensive renovations before opening for last night’s show. The Boston Globe says, “Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe christened the club with its vibrant hybrid of jazz, funk, and rhythm and blues grooves.” Of course, this is just the beginning, and there are plenty more shows in store for Royale.

(Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe plays Brooklyn Bowl tonight and tomorrow.)