This week, we have the fascinations of Leap Day, which only comes once every four years but is also not very interesting. Luckily, there's a ton more to do, including the amazing comedy show we're putting on on Tuesday and the amazing jazz show we're hosting on Friday. And, as always, there's lots more on the app.
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Monday, February 24
Wolf Parade is pretty cool and the last show they did at Brooklyn Steel (which the photo at the right is from) was awesome. Definitely worth your while.
If you like Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Franz Ferdinand, Destroyer or The New Pornographers this one's for you.
Tuesday, February 25
Wednesday, February 26
Who doesn't like the circus? But you know what's even better? A sexy circus that doesn't even have any animal cruelty! That's what's going on a House of Yes tonight.
Thursday, February 27
Widespread Panic is jam band royalty and though we will never stop being irritated by people referring to them as "Widespread" (do you call the Grateful Dead "the Grateful" or the Rolling Stones "the Rolling"? no, you refer to the noun, not the adjective) their shows are amazing.
The fandom for these guys overlaps nearly 100% with Phish, though the music is really different. Musically, The Grateful Dead, The Allman Brothers Band, Umphrey's McGee and Government Mule are more relevant.
Friday, February 28
We're super excited to be working with the great Jonathan Michel on a series of jazz shows. First one is tonight at Ginny's Supper Club. Join us for $15.
Saturday, February 29
We usually try and keep this stuff affordable. This event is not that. Still, it's pretty fascinating: talks from George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Susan Rice, Matthew McConaghey, Ronan Farrow, Gloria Steinem, Billie Jean King, Ta-Nehesi Coates, Stanley McChrystal & more. Check it out.
Sunday, March 1