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The Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia is Opening in Fishtown This November With an Inaugural Concert Series

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The Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia is Opening in Fishtown This November With an Inaugural Concert Series

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The Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia is Opening in Fishtown This November With an Inaugural Concert Series

The Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia is Opening in Fishtown This November With an Inaugural Concert Series

Brooklyn Bowl, the award-winning live music venue, bowling alley, and restaurant, is opening its newest location, Philadelphia, PA. “The City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection” is the fourth destination for the acclaimed club, following venues in Brooklyn, Las Vegas, and most recently, Nashville. Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia opens its doors to the public when soul-jazz trio Soulive kickstarts a three-show engagement entitled Bowlive on Thursday, November 4, complete with a LEED-certified bowling alley and food courtesy of the Blue Ribbon Restaurant Group.
Located in the Fishtown neighborhood, which has become a thriving destination for Philadelphia’s culture, food, and music, the new, 1,000-capacity venue will provide Philadelphia with a premier home for live music and the ideal destination for a great night out.

The flagship venue in Brooklyn was previously ranked the No. 1 Busiest Club in New York City and nominated for Nightclub of the Year at the 30th Annual Pollstar Awards. The Las Vegas establishment has been voted Readers’ Choice “Best Music Venue” for the last four years in a row in Las Vegas Weekly’s annual “Best of Vegas” awards. Brooklyn Bowl Nashville, which opened this past June, is already one of Music City’s go-to venues. The opening of Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia is an exciting next step for the fast-growing and most-beloved live music venues in the nation.

Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia will hit the ground running with a multi-genre initial lineup of more than 30 shows including Philly’s own DJ Questlove, Grammy-nominated Americana songstress Yola, New Orleans legends Dirty Dozen Brass Band, iconic NYC MC’s Talib Kweli & Rakim, rising country-pop star Dylan Scott, avant-rock trio The Slip, eclectic international sounds from Antibalas, Red Baraat, L’Impératrice, jam staples Twiddle, Spafford and Keller Williams with a heavy dose of funk-soul from Soulive, Lettuce, Turkuaz and The Greyboy All Star and many more to come.

“Philadelphia has given us so many of the greatest names in rock, soul, funk, jazz, and hip hop. That deep history, along with Live Nation’s success and contributions in the Fishtown neighborhood made us excited to partner with Geoff Gordon and his Live Nation team in bringing Brooklyn Bowl to Philadelphia,” says Co-Founder Peter Shapiro. “Given everything we all have been through over the last couple years, now is definitely the right time for Philly and Brooklyn to come together as one family.”

“With each Brooklyn Bowl venue, we’re excited to see our audiences take in the experience,” adds Co-Founder Charley Ryan. “Now that we can gather again, it’s particularly meaningful. With great music, bowling, bars, and food, the Bowl provides the unforgettable social connections you look for in an evening out.”

“As part of our ongoing commitment to the City of Philadelphia and the revitalization of iconic Fishtown, we are excited to partner with Peter Shapiro and bring the Brooklyn Bowl to Philadelphia,” said Geoff Gordon, Regional President, Live Nation. “The Brooklyn Bowl completes a full-campus entertainment district in Fishtown with the Fillmore, Foundry, Punch Line Philly, Philadelphia Distilling, and the new Other Half Brewery. We look forward to the great shows, artists, and performers coming to Brooklyn Bowl Philly and can’t wait for the shows to begin.”

Chad Peterson will serve as Philadelphia’s General Manager supported by Director of Operations, Chelsea Johnson, and Director of Sales & Events, Maggie Bond. Lucas Sacks and Paul Bacher of the Brooklyn Bowl will spearhead the venue’s concert bookings, working closely with Molly Warren and Kristen Nagy in the Live Nation Philadelphia office.

 

Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia Initial Lineup – Fall/Winter 2021 & Spring 2022

November 4-6: Bowlive feat. Soulive w/ George Porter Jr.
November 4: DJ Questlove Presents Bowl Train: Hometown Philly Edition (late show)
November 5: DJ Logic (late show)
November 6: The Jerry Dance Party ft. DJ JerrBrother (late show)
November 11: Antibalas
November 12: Gimme Gimme Disco – A Dance Party Inspired by ABBA
November 14: The Rock and Roll Playhouse Plays Music of The Grateful Dead for Kids & More ft. Steal Your Peach

November 16-17: The Slip

November 18: The Wild Feathers

November 19: Best Night Ever: One Direction + Jonas Brothers Dance Party

November 20: Keller & the Keels
November 26: City of the Sun
November 27: Talib Kweli LIVE with Full Band!
December 3: Turkuaz
December 4: Brandon “Taz” Niederauer
December 10: Taylor Swift Night
December 11: The God MC Rakim
December 12: The Rock and Roll Playhouse Plays Music of Phish for Kids & More ft. Uncle Ebenezer
December 17: Splintered Sunlight
December 18: Nick Perri with special guest Walt Lafty
December 23: Zoso – The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience

December 30-31: New Year’s Eve Celebration with Spafford

January 14: The Spin Doctors

February 11: Emo Night Brooklyn

February 12: The Floozies

February 15: Yola
February 17: Gangstagrass
March 4: TAUK
March 10: Red Baraat Festival of Colors
March 17: Dylan Scott
March 23: Dirty Dozen Brass Band + Nathan & The Zydeco Cha Chas
April 1-2: Lettuce
April 5: L’Impératrice

April 9: The Greyboy Allstars

April 15-16: Twiddle

April 21: Easy Star All-Stars: Return of the 420

May 5: Grateful Shred
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