Hotel near Kings Theater Brooklyn and Irving Plaza

Brooklyn is home to a flourishing music and night-life scene where exciting live performances and up-and-coming performing artists define the experience of the neighborhood. Explore the dozens of venues that are a short distance from the BKLYN House.

Live Music & Concert Venues in Brooklyn

Market Hotel (0.5 miles) – A neighborhood staple and legendary event space for over 50 years serving the Bushwick & Bed-Stuy communities. The mission of Market hotel is to find common ground between nightlife, culture, and community service.

Brooklyn Steel (1.7 miles) – Located in a former steel fabrication shop on the corner of Frost and Debevoise Streets, Brooklyn Steel is the biggest general-admission space in the borough, actually, with 20,000 square feet of space and an 1,800 person capacity.

C'mon Everybody (1.8 miles) - A live arts space in Bed-Stuy with a 1970's New York feel. C'mon Everybody strives for a safe environment where all walks of life can co-exist as one, united by the power of art & music.

St. Ann’s Warehouse (3.3 miles) – St. Ann’s Warehouse plays a vital role on the global cultural landscape as an artistic home for international companies of distinction, American avant-garde masters and talented emerging artists ready to work on a grand scale.

Music Hall of Williamsburg (2.4 miles) – Music Hall of Williamsburg (formerly known as Northsix) is a New York City venue located in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn. The venue is operated by The Bowery Presents, a group stemming from Bowery Ballroom.

The Bell House (4.4 miles) - A converted 1920's warehouse space in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn that now houses some of the area's best music, comedy, and live performances.

Forest Hills Stadium (5.4 miles) – During its first heydey in the 1960s and 70s, the stadium hosted The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Barbra Streisand, and Simon and Garfunkel. Today, icons such as Paul Simon, Alabama Shakes, and Mumford & Sons are back on stage.

Irving Plaza (4.4 miles) – In 1978, Irving Plaza was converted into a rock music venue and has since hosted acts such as Talking Heads, the Ramones, U2, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews Band, and Red Hot Chili Peppers, establishing its history as the premier music venue in New York City. Today, Irving Plaza continues to be a major stepping stone on the career paths of hundreds of artists every year.

Highline Ballroom (5.5 miles) – The Highline Ballroom is a 700-capacity standing, 400-capacity fully seated venue located in the heart of Chelsea. Long known as the artistic heart of New York replete with its artist lofts, gallery spaces and charm, the Chelsea neighborhood was the perfect location choice for the space

Terminal 5 (7.4 miles) – Terminal 5 is a New York City music venue in Hell's Kitchen, located at 610 West 56th Street, west of 11th Avenue. It has a multi-level event site with five distinct room environments and on most nights, a smoking section and bar are open on the roof deck.

Madison Square Garden (6.7 miles) – Madison Square Garden, The World's Most Famous Arena, is located in Manhattan on Seventh Avenue between 31st and 33rd Streets. Tickets to events at Madison Square Garden are available at the Garden Box Office, and Ticketmaster online, phones and outlets.

Barclays Center (3.1 miles) – In the heart of Brooklyn, at the crossroads of Atlantic and Flatbush Avenues, Barclays Center is setting a new standard as the showcase venue for the world’s most thrilling entertainment and sports events.

Citi Field (7.7 miles) – Citi Field is a stadium located in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park in the New York City borough of Queens. Completed in 2009, it is the home baseball park of Major League Baseball's New York Mets.

Kings Theater (4.9 miles) – The restoration of this former movie palace marks the rebirth of an historic venue, and a transformation into a state-of-the-art live performances theater that will revitalize the Brooklyn arts scene.

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