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James Bay

Husky voiced singer-songwriter James Bay brings his emotionally upbeat and oft melancholy hits to the historic Beacon Theater for two nights only this March. The three-time Grammy...

“Polychrome Mixtape”: Singer/Songwriters Debut at Club Cumming

Polychrome Mixtape sounds cutting edge because it is. The retro-futuristic name describes an event organized by local talent Chris Blacker. If successful, he’ll become...

Elton John: Farewell Yellow Brick Road

After FOUR sold out 2018 dates; The ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ tour returns to Madison Square Garden on March 5th & 6th, 2019. These dates mark the superstar’s...

Michael Bublé at Prudential Center

GRAMMY-Award winning singer Michael Bublé is returning to the stage and making a stop at Prudential Center in February! Michael Bublé has completed five sold-out world tours,...

Billy Joel Live at MSG

Do you have a partner who loves you “just the way you are”? Surprise them with tickets to see the one and only Billy Joel. The iconic Piano Man continues his indefinite...

Toni Braxton Live at the Prudential Center

Toni Braxton As Long As I Live Tour Toni Braxton takes her ‘As Long As I Live’ Tour on the road in support of her current “Sex & Cigarettes” album....

Kacey Musgraves at the Beacon Theatre

Kacey Musgraves will perform at the Beacon Theatre on January 25th, 2019 at 8pm. Tickets...

Aphex Twin

Aphex Twin Thursday Apr 11, 2019 8:00 PM 21 and over $85 Currently there are no tickets available....

A Farewell to Aretha Franklin From CNN’s Don Lemon

The world lost a host of luminaries in 2018 — among them magnificent mathematician Stephen Hawking, Marvel mastermind Stan Lee, American patriot (whether or not you agreed with...

Sherry Vine Has No Plan B

Why should you vote for Miss Vine? We asked the always-entertaining drag queen Sherry Vine how she felt about being part of our 2018 People We Love celebration, and she offered...

Is Shawn Mendes Gay? The Singer Tells All — But Not What You’d Expect

In a new Rolling Stone profile, pop star Shawn Mendes gives the most revealing look into his sexuality yet. He’s been grappling, he says, with what he refers to as...

By the Way: Could GatherNYC Make Your Sundays Sing?

Is GatherNYC’s mindful combination of classical music and spoken word at SubCulture the new Sunday tradition to soothe your LGBTQ soul? Children, we are living in some dark...