Brooklyn Bowl at The Linq announces first shows

New music venue/hipster bowling alley Brooklyn Bowl has announced its first shows. The 80,000-square-foot, three-level property opens in March at The Linq, the open air district in the middle of the Strip. Tickets for most shows will go on sale Saturday, Feb. 1. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.brooklynbowl.com.

The first announced concerts:

March 8-9 — Bowlive featuring Soulive with special guests

March 14 — The Roots

March 15-16 — Elvis Costello and The Roots

March 19 — Brett Dennen

March 20-22 — Cake

March 20-22 — Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe (late)

March 23 — Local Natives

March 26-29, April 2-5, 9-12 — Galactic (late)

March 29-30 — Lettuce

April 5-6, 19-20 — Robert Randolph & the Family Band (late and brunch)

April 10 — Bonobo

April 12 — Big Gigantic

April 14 — The Naked and Famous/The 1975, with the White Lies

April 15 — The Green

April 16-19 — Trombone Shorty (late)

April 17 — Chance the Rapper

April 18-20 — Phil Lesh & Friends

April 20 — The Infamous Stringdusters (late)

April 24-26 — O.A.R.

April 25-26, May 2-3 — Gogol Bordello (late)

May 1-3 — Primus

May 5 — Twenty One Pilots

May 8-10 — Jane’s Addiction performing “Nothing’s Shocking”

May 22-25 — Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk & Soul Rebels Brass Band

May 29-31 — Tedeschi Trucks Band (early)

May 29-31 — Soulive (late)

June 5 — Black Label Society

June 10-11 — Thievery Corporation

June 13-14 — Steve Winwood

Aug. 7 — Chromeo

Aug. 29-31 — The Avett Brothers

Contact reporter Jason Bracelin at jbracelin@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0476. Follow on Twitter @JasonBracelin.


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