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Long Island & NYC Events Oct. 13-20

41thelookWILD FLAG @ MAXWELL’S
Indie-rock supergroup Wild Flag, featuring members of Sleater-Kinney and Helium, are responsible for one of the year’s most exciting new releases, and they’re bringing the noise/pop/punk to Brooklyn’s Bell House on Oct. 15, Hoboken’s Maxwell’s on Oct. 16, and Manhattan’s Bowery Ballroom on Oct. 18.

CMJ MUSIC MARATHON & FILM FESTIVAL Check out some of the best bands you’ve never heard of and watch dozens of cutting-edge indie films throughout more than 80 venues in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Over the course of five days and nights, nearly 900 independent musicians invade New York City giving more than 1,300 performances. Attendees can take part in more than 70 panels, seminars, Q&As, parties, meet and greets, mixers, film premieres, special events and exclusive lounge areas. Tuesday, 10.18-Saturday, 10.2

 

THE SMASHING PUMPKINS @ TERMINAL 5
As one of the totemic acts to come out of the 1990s, Smashing Pumpkins has taken quite the low profile in the first decade of the new millennium. And while creative capo Billy Corgan has slowly reentered the public eye via Teardrop Through a Kaleidoscope, a 44-track project that’s been fed to the public one song at a time through the band’s website, the next few months promise to raise the Pumpkins’ profile considerably. Not only is Corgan culling a number of songs of Kaleidoscope to release as a proper album called Oceania next year, he’s also been overseeing a reissue of the band’s back catalog starting with Gish and Siamese Dream that will continue well into 2012 and 2013. With Corgan remaining as the only original member, expect a lengthy live trip through the Chicago band’s extensive canon. With Fancy Space People & Light FM. Tuesday, 10.18

WENDY WILLIAMS @ TANGER OUTLETS AT THE ARCHES PINK STYLE EVENT
It’s a girls’ night out evening of dish, shopping, cocktails, music and fun, all to raise funds for breast cancer research. Wendy Williams brings her mix of brash spirit and no-holds-barred sass to Tanger Outlets, with special guests Merrell Hollis, Wendy’s makeup artist and stylist, who will share style tips and secrets; and astrologer Jennifer Angel. With the purchase over $25 at any Tanger Outlets store that night, shoppers will receive a specially designed Pink Power Pashmina, and the first 100 people to purchase $5 Powerful Pink Cards will receive two seats to Wendy’s appearance at Tanger and 30 percent off a purchase at participating stores. Thursday, 10.20

FEAR FEST CARN-EVIL @ OLD BETHPAGE VILLAGE RESTORATION
Mix old-fashioned carnival with Halloween haunts; haunted midway rides run by even more haunting carnival operators; a haunted hayride bringing guests by classic tractor-pulled wood wagon past eight escaped Montauk monsters; the Chamber of Horrors haunted house filled with a crew of crazed carnies and madmen; the Monster Maze—featuring interactive opportunities to win prizes while monsters are lurking at your every turn; an outdoor, walk-through encounter in the form of The Psycho-Path; a “madman’s playground” filled with both bizarre and peculiar glimpses into the twisted mind of both monsters and creepy creatures—and experience CarnEvil in all its glory! Runs through Monday, 10.31

SPA WEEK LONG ISLAND
The 15th installation of Fall Spa Week brings the most innovative and wellness-focused services at an affordable cost to patrons across Long Island. The event has enlisted hundreds of day spas, medical spas, resort spas, yoga and pilates studios and other health and fitness centers who will offer exclusive services for a discounted price of just $50 each. From acne zapping laser-facials to nutritional counseling sessions, Spa Week offers an array of different options. Register on SpaWeek.com for exclusive information on participating spas and their $50 services. Through Sunday, 10.16.

 

ONGOING EVENTS
Scare Fest @ HV Asylum
13 acres of sheer terror begins with a ride in a hearse to your final destination. Through 10.31.

Long Island Martini Night @ Chi Lounge
Dance and mingle to disco/freestyle/house/club music all master-mixed by legendary DF Johnny Iovino from 7 p.m.-midnight. Through 10.20.

Haunted Mansion & Corn Maze @ Schmitt’s Farm
A spine-tingling adventure through the Haunted Mansion of Melville and night-time corn maze. Through 10.31.

Brendan’s Open Mic @ Grizzly’s Sports Den
Every Wednesday night at 8 p.m.

Haunted Playhouse of Horrors @ Gateway Playhouse
This 100-year-old estate provides the backdrop for a sinister journey through a nightmare maze of shocking and bizarre happenings. Through 10.31.

Fresnel Lens @ Fire Island Lighthouse
The Fresnel Lens Building housing the original First Order Fresnel Lens that was on top of the Lighthouse Tower from 1858 until 1933 is now open.

Fall Festival @ Hicks Nurseries
Hay rides, roasted corn, live animals & more every weekend in October.

Saturday Night Dance Party @ The Nutty Irishman—All Locations

Scarecrows in the Garden @ Old Westbury Gardens
A fun and creative outdoor exhibition featuring all different kinds of scarecrows created by individuals, families, community groups, and corporations, will be on display through 10.30.

Sculpture Park @ Nassau County Museum of Art
More than 50 works by renowned artists situated to interact with nature on the museum’s magnificent 145-acre property.

Nyctophobia @ Nyctophobia Haunted House
If you make it through alone, they will give you your money back. Yikes! Through 10.31.

Merasi Women Under the Veil @ Boltax Gallery
Through 10.16. Laguna Beach Saturdays @ Mulcahy’s—Centereach
DJ Fresh spins, Big Ass Van Gogh vodkas served all night.

Haunted Labyrinth & Warehouse @ Darkness Rising
All proceeds from this twisted—and twisty—haunt go to charity. Through 10.31.

Fall Pumpkin Festival @ Harbes Farm & Vineyards
Pumpkin and apple picking, hay rides, pony rides, gemstone picking, fun and games, live entertainment and even wine tasting.

Motion and Emotion Exhibit @ Northport Tasting Room & Wine Cellar
Through 10.27.

Bayville Scream Park @ Bayville Adventure Park
Ride five thrilling haunted attractions. Through 10.31.

Trail of Terror & Fall Festival @ Country Fair Park
Scary walks, pumpkin picking and carnival attractions every weekend in October.

Brazilian Thursdays @ Fresno
Live Bossa Nova!

Haunted Village & House @ Darkside Haunted House
Two haunted attractions in one—an outdoor and indoor attraction and will startle even the bravest souls! Through 10.31.

THURSDAY 10.13

We Are the In Crowd @ Looney Tunes

Arts & Crafts Bazaar @ Franklin Square Senior Center
Get a jump start on your holiday shopping with hand-made, one-of-a-kind items on sale from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Also on 10.14.

Bonnie Trachtenberg @ Book Revue
Local author signs her new book Wedlocked.

Mayday Parade @ The Nutty Irishman—Farmingdale
With We Are The In Crowd, There for Tomorrow & The Make.

Knocking on the Devil’s Door: Our Deadly Nuclear Legacy @ Cinema Arts Centre

Iron & Wine @ Terminal 5
With The Low Anthem.

Spin Doctors @ Bowery Ballroom
Also on 10.23 @ Brooklyn Bowl.

Marky Ramone’s Blitzkreig @ Gramercy Theatre
With Tri-State Conspiracy.

Indigo Girls @ Beacon Theatre
Also on 10.16 @ Landmark on Main Street.

Yngwie Malmsteen @ Irving Plaza

Lion of Ido @ Ollies Point
With Gambit, Find Vienna & The Mouth.

Laetitia Sadlier (of Stereolab) @ Mercury Lounge
With Mansions and Junipers.

Yuck @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
With Porcelain Raft and Gross Magic. Also on 10.14.

The Script @ Roseland Ballroom
Also on 10.14 @ The Paramount.

FRIDAY 10.14

Back to the ’80s Party @ McFadden’s
Get out your hair Scrungees and electric blue Lycra pants to celebrate the best decade ever.

DJ Spanky @ Halo
With Future Legends & Doli.

Oktoberfest @ Plattduetsche Park Biergarten & Restaurant

Angel Salazar @ McGuire’s Comedy Club
Also on 10.15.

Paul Kantner All Star 70th B-Day Gala with Jefferson Starship @ NYCB Theatre @ Westbury

Carl Palmer Band @ YMCA Boulton Center

Founders Brewing Sampling @ A&R Beverage

Little Dragon @ Terminal 5
With ?uestlove (DJ set), Javelin & Donn T.

Garland Jeffreys/Savanah Jeffreys @ Highline Ballroom
Garland Jeffreys went from being the lead singer of the Band-influenced Grinder’s Switch to an esteemed part of a late 1970s/early 1980s singer-songwriter scene that included Ian Hunter and Graham Parker. Missing from the domestic recording scene since 1992, the Brooklyn native finally returns with The King of In Between, a stellar follow-up that is a love letter to his native New York adorned with more of this stylistic jaunts that include a credible stab at ska. Opening for Jeffrey’s will be daughter Savanah. —Dave Gil de Rubio

Jackie Greene @ Bowery Ballroom
With Truth & Salvage Co. Also appearing on 10.15.

Fire Island Beer Co. Tasting @ Superstar Beverage—Melville

Method Man & Curren$y @ Best Buy Theater
With Big K.R.I.T., Smoke DZA & the Pricks.

The Dirty Gems @ Ollies Point

American Chamber Ensemble @ Hofstra University

Sam Adams Tasting @ Superstar Beverage—Bayport

Long Island Auto Show @ Nassau Coliseum
Through 10.16.

Simon Fashion Now @ Roosevelt Field Mall
Runway shows highlighting fall trends, Design Wars competition, product demonstrations, mini-makeovers, sampling and interactive style competition. Also 10.15. —LA

Jay Farrar of Son Volt @ City Winery
Through 10.16.

Raised on Radio @ Mr. Beery’s

Great South Bay Tasting @ Syosset Beverage

Jackson Browne @ Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

The Things They Carried/Screaming Into Silence @ Vibe Lounge
With Anesthetized, Nuclear Funeral & Endogeny.

Tedeschi/Trucks Band @ Tilles Center

Those Darlins/The Beets/Brothers @ Bell House

SATURDAY 10.15

Matthew Broderick/Alec Baldwin @ Guild Hall

The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger @ Staller Center for the Arts
Sean Lennon’s current band traffics in atmospheric psychedelia with hints of Brazilian and French pop. This particular performance closes out the art show, Yoko Ono Imagine Peace. —DGdR

Wild Flag @ Bell House
With Lee Ranaldo + Band. Also on 10.18 @ Bowery Ballroom.

Harry Belafonte/Dick Cavett @ Bay Street Theater

Con the Villain @ Mr. Beery’s
With This Damn Universe, Archie Powell and the Exports, Luna vs. Selena.

Grand Opening @ Port Jeff Brewing Company

Hammer of the Gods @ Patchogue Theatre

Susan Sarandon/Bob Balaban @ Bay Street Theater

Born Without Bones/Nightmares for a Week @ Ollies Point
With Gameday Regulars, For What It’s Worth, Set the Stage & The Floaters.

Music At The Movies @ OfficeOps
Cinderblock People presents a new event series that programs music documentaries with favored producers and DJs. The Brooklyn rooftop party will feature a live set by veteran Chicago/Detroit producer, Stephen Hitchell; a Bruno Natal documentary about the history and influence of Jamaican dub reggae on hip hop and electronic music; and Arancini Bros. serving up their Sicilian-style rice balls. — LA

General Hospital’s Robin & Patrick @ The Brokerage

Pajama Lingerie Party @ Silk

David Bailey/Bruce Weber @ Watermill Center

Warren Haynes @ The Paramount
The man is a true road dog (the Mule played its 1,000th performance back in ’04!), and like Patti Smith, he’s established the tradition of playing an end-of-year set of gigs at the Beacon that’s become a favorite pastime for members of Jam Band Nation. This year, he put out Man in Motion, his first solo album since 1993’s Tales of Ordinary Madness. Aided by a stellar cast of back-up musicians including Ivan Neville, Ian McLagan and Ruthie Foster, Haynes uses his new album to delve into material informed by his love of blues, gospel and southern soul. —DGdR

3-D Pumpkin Carving Demo @ Hicks Nurseries
With artist Andy Gertler of the Travel Channel show Sand Masters. Also on 10.16.

Alesana @ Irving Plaza
With A Skylit Drive, Sleeping with Sirens, Atilla & Memphis May Fire

Acoustic Trio @ RS Jones
Featuring Jim Treutlein, Deb Novak & Joe Perricone from 7:30-10:30 p.m.

Home Movie Day @ Cinema Arts Centre

Dyin’ To Git Hitched: A Redneck Wedding @ The Portly Grape

Sweet Cyanide @ East Hampton Studio
Performance will be filmed for the band’s new music video.

Ghostly Impressions @ Old Westbury Gardens
Visit the mansion’s dog graveyard and create rubbings.

David Sanborn featuring the Joey DeFrancesco @ YMCA Boulton Center

Jay Black/Gary Puckett @ NYCB Theatre @ Westbury

Nothing to Lose @ Vibe Lounge
With Live for Tonight, Begin Again, Shani Witfield, The Angry Birds & A Story For the Papers.

Ruckus Brewing Tasting @ Syosset Beverage

Blue October @ Webster Hall
With IAmDynamite & Ashleigh Stone.

James Marsters @ Broadway Bar

Lighthouse Lantern Light Walk @ Fire Island Lighthouse

The Royal Family Ball feat. Soulive @ Terminal 5
With Lettuce, Roy Hargrove, Pharoahe Monch, Rahzel, Raul Midon & The Shady Horns.

Josh Ritter @ Landmark on Main Street

Great South Bay Tasting @ Superstar Beverage—Huntington

Valor @ Ollies Point
With Fear the Dawn, Gothic Knights & Fear of None.

Richard Thompson @ Town Hall
With Sarah Jarosz.

SUNDAY 10.16

Throwing Muses @ Bowery Ballroom

Rufus Wainwright @ Bay Street Theater

Slaid Cleaves @ University Café

Calle 13 @ Best Buy Theater

Julius LaRosa & Anna Marie Alberghetti @ Patchogue Theatre

Thrice @ Irving Plaza
With La Dispute, Moving Mountains & O’Brother.

Donna Martini @ Book Revue
Local author signs her new book The Ten Commandments of Divorce.

Fall Festival @ Great Neck Village

Peter Eichler @ Gotham City Comedy Club
This New Jersey native suffers from Asperger’s and comedy has become part of his personal therapy program.

MONDAY 10.17

Philippa Gregory @ Jeanne Rimsky Theatre
Author of The Other Boleyn Girl signs her new book.

Jay Mohr @ Governor’s Comedy Club

Art Lecture on the Murals of Gabali @ Freeport Memorial Library
Nick DeNezzo discusses the murals of Hans Gabali, Long Island’s most prolific muralist, who painted more than 4,500 murals in our area, at 2:30 p.m.

Judy Heath @ Book Revue
Psychotherapist signs her new book No Time for Tears: Surviving Grief in America.

Corona Promo @ The Nutty Irishman—Farmingdale

TUESDAY 10.18

India.Arie/Idan Raichel @ Beacon Theatre

Filligar @ Mercury Lounge

Alice Smith & Gary Clark Jr. @ Highline Ballroom

The Flatliners @ Vibe Lounge
With Broadway Calls, The Arteries & The Legend Lives.

Southern Tier Beer Dinner @ The Lark Pub & Grub

Minus the Bear @ Webster Hall
With the Velvet Teen.

Villains/Raspberry Bulbs/Occultation/SKULL @ St. Vitus

Lisa Hannigan/Gavin Glass @ Bell House
Also on 10.21 @ Hiro Ballroom.

John Carter Cash @ Book Revue

Captain Lawrence 3-Course Beer Dinner @ Huntington Social

Girls Gone Wild Filming Live DVD Cruise @ Captree State Park

Hanson @ Best Buy Theater
With Charlie Mars.

5-Course Oktoberfest Beer Dinner @ The Library Cafe

WEDNESDAY 10.19

Cyndi Lauper/Dr. John @ NYCB Theatre at Westbury
Beneath the kooky persona she crafted for herself dating back to MTV’s early days up through appearances on Mad About You and Celebrity Apprentice, it’s easy to lose sight of how formidable a musician Cyndi Lauper is. Last year’s Memphis Blues found her delving into a genre the Queens native is not normally known for playing. But rather than being a bus(wo)man’s holiday, these 11 songs find Lauper playing alongside legendary Hi Records sidemen and easily holding her own alongside the likes of Charlie Musselwhite, B.B. King and Ann Peebles.  —DGdR

Bison BC/Primitive Weapons/Bezoar/Sannhet @ St. Vitus

Have a Pint w/ the Captain @ Canterbury Ales

Ride The Bull/Country Night @ The Nutty Irishman—Centereach

Dick Dale @ YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts
A major influence on the likes of Eddie Van Halen and Jimi Hendrix, the septuagenarian axeman has defeated cancer two separate times and along with a canon of surf classics that includes “Let’s Go Trippin’” and “Surf Beat,” became entrenched in pop culture lore when his “Miserlou” was extensively used in the intro of Quentin Tarantino’s seminal film Pulp Fiction. —DGdR

Howard Jones @ Irving Plaza

Nina Nastasia @ Mercury Lounge
With Forest Fire & Mice Parade.

Hopewell/Weird Owl/The Main Street Gospel/Nordic Nomadic/Dead Stars @ St. Vitus

Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit/James McMurtry/Robert Ellis @ City Winery

Jaron and the Long Road to Love @ Ollies Point
With Joe Firstman, Randell Beck & Quickdraw, The Grand Central & Angie Marie and the Outskirts.

Arctic Monkeys @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
With Smith Westerns.

Killians Promo Night @ Murphy’s Bar & Grill

Scott Pasfield @ Book Revue
Author and photographer signs his new book Gay in America.

THURSDAY 10.20

2011 Fall Festival of Guitar @ Dix Hills Center for the Performing Arts
Workshops and classes with experts and legends. Through 10.23.

LI Craft Beer Oktoberfest @ The Inn at New Hyde Park

Joe Walsh/Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band @ NYCB Theatre @ Westbury

Live in the Lobby: Hazel Moon @ Patchogue Theatre

White Ring/Tearist/CREEP/Ritualz/Blissed Out @ St. Vitus

The Photo Atlas @ Ollies Point
With Chariots, Signal for Pilot & Out of Proportion.

John Hiatt & the Combo with Lilly Hiatt @ City Winery
Also on 10.21.

Karen Oliver/Rob Lytle @ Cinema Arts Centre

Killians Promo Night @ O’Carroll’s Recovery Room

5th Annual Long Island Volunteer Fair @ Farmingdale State College

VENUE INFORMATION

Nassau County
A&R Beverage—3600 Merrick Rd., Seaford. 516-785-2920
Brokerage Comedy Club—2797 Merrick Rd, Bellmore. 516-785-8655. www.brokeragecomedy.com
Darkness Rising—10 Brooklyn Avenue, Massapequa. 516-799-4747. www.darknessrising.org
Franklin Square Senior Center—1182 Martha Pl., Franklin Square. 516-328-3010
Freeport Memorial Library—144 West Merrick Rd., Freeport. 516-379-3274.
Governor’s Comedy Club—90 Division Ave., Levittown. 516-731-3358. www.govs.com
The Inn at New Hyde Park—214 Jericho Tpke., New Hyde Park. 516-354-7797
Jeanne Rimsky Theatre—232 Main St., Port Washington.
Landmark on Main Street— 232 Main St., Port Washington. 516-767-6444. www.landmarkonmainstreet.org
McFadden’s—210 Merrick Rd., Rockville Centre. 516-442-2600. www.mcfaddensrvc.com
Mr. Beery’s—4019 Hempstead Tpke., Bethpage. 516-731-9579. www.mrbeerys.com
Murphy’s Bar & Grill—234 Old Country Rd., Mineola. 516-741-1776. www.murphysbarny.com
Nikon @ Jones Beach Theater—1000 Ocean Pkwy., Wantagh. www.jonesbeach.com
Nassau Coliseum—1255 Hempstead Tpke., Uniondale. 631-920-1203. www.nassaucoliseum.com
Nassau County Museum of Art—1 Museum Dr., Roslyn Harbor. 516-484-9337. www.nassaumuseum.com
Nutty Irishman Farmingdale—323 Main St., Farmingdale. 516-293-9700. www.thenuttyirishman.com
NYCB Theatre at Westbury—960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. 877-598-8694. www.thetheatreatwestbury.com
OMG! Oh My Girls—140 Jericho Tpke., Syosset. 516-802-5800. www.ohmygirls.com
Old Bethpage Village Restoration—1303 Round Swamp Rd, Old Bethpage. 516-572-8401. www.nassaucountyny.gov
Old Westbury Gardens—71 Old Westbury Rd., Old Westbury. 516-333-0048. www.oldwestburygardens.org
Ollies Point—140 Merrick Rd., Amityville. 516-208-6590. www.clubloaded.com
Plattdeutsche Park Biergarten—1132 Hempstead Tpke., Franklin Square. 516-354-3131. www.parkrestaurant.com
RS Jones—153 Merrick Ave., East Merrick. 516-378-7177
Syosset Beverage—600 Jericho Tpke., Syosset. 516-496-7271. www.beercave.com
Vibe Lounge—60 N. Park Ave., Rockville Centre. 516-208-6590. www.vibeloungeli.com

Suffolk County
Bayville Scream Park—8 Bayville Ave., Bayville. 516-62-GHOST. www.bayvillescreampark.com
Boltax Gallery—21 N. Ferry Rd., Shelter Island. www.boltaxgallery.com
Book Revue—313 New York Ave., Huntington. 631-271-1442. www.bookrevue.com
Captree State Park—Exit 41 off Sunrise Highway, Robert Moses Causeway
Cinema Arts Centre—423 Park Ave., Huntington 631-423-FILM. www.cinemaartscentre.org
Country Fair Park—3351 Rte. 112, Medford. 631-732-0579. www.countryfairpark.com
Darkside Haunted House—5184 Rte. 25A, Wading River. 631-369-SCARE. www.darksideproductions.com
Dix Hills Performing Arts Center—305 N. Service Rd., Dix Hills. 631-656-2148. www.dhpac.org
East Hampton Studio—77 Industrial Rd., Wainscott
Fresno Restaurant—8 Fresno Pl., East Hampton. 631-324-8700
Gateway Playhouse—215 S. Country Rd., Bellport. 631-286-1133
Grizzly’s Sports Den—888 Sunrise Hwy., Bay Shore
HV Asylum—426 Mill Rd., Coram. 631-320-0473. www.hvasylum.com
Halo—281 W. Main St., Smithtown. 631-265-1647. www.linights.com
Harbes Farm & Vineyards—715 Sound Ave., Mattituck. 631-298-0800. www.harbesfamilyfarm.com
Huntington Social—330 New York Ave., Huntington. 631-923-2442. www.huntingtonsocial.com
Islip Art Museum—50 Irish Ln., East Islip. 631-224-5402. www.islipartmuseum.org
Lark Pub & Grub—93 Larkfield Rd., East Northport. 631-262-9700. www.thelarkpubandgrub.com
Looney Tunes—31 Brookvale Ave., West Babylon. 631-587-7722. www.looneytunescds.com
McGuires Comedy Club—1627 Smithtown Ave., Bohemia. 631-467-5413. www.mcguirescomedyshows.com
Mulcahy’s Centereach—1702 Middle Country Rd., Centereach. 631-696-1111. www.muls.com
Nyctophobia Haunted House—1508 Main Rd., Jamesport www.nyctophobiahaunt.com
Northport Tasting Room & Wine Cellar—70 Main St., Northport. 631-262-0642. www.northportwines.com
Nutty Irishman Bay Shore—60 E. Main St., Bay Shore. 631-969-9700. www.thenuttyirishman.com
Outerbanks—661 Riverside Dr., Riverhead. 631-873-4123
The Paramount—370 New York Ave., Huntington
Patchogue Theatre— 71 East Main St., Patchogue. 631-207-1300. www.patchoguetheatre.com
Port Jefferson Brewing Company—22 Mill Creek Rd., Port Jefferson. www.portjeffbrewing.com
Portly Grape—305 North Rd., Greenport. 631-477-4500.
Schmitt’s—26 Pinelawn Rd., Melville. 631-271-3276. www.schmittfarms.com
Silk Ultra Lounge—573 Nesconset Hwy., Hauppauge. 631-807-6330. www.linights.com
Staller Center—Stony Brook University, Nicolls Road, Stony Brook. www.stallercenter.sunysb.edu
Superstar Beverage—490 Route 110., Melville. 631-427-6690; 724 Montauk Hwy., Bayport. 631-472-9808;  516 E. Jericho Tpke., Huntington Station. 631-423-0292. www.superstarbeverage.com
Tanger at the Arches—152 The Arches Circle, Deer Park. 631-667-0600. www.tangeroutlet.com/deerpark
University Café—Stony Brook University, Nichols Road, Stony Brook. www.stonybrook.edu

Manhattan
Beacon Theatre—2124 Broadway. 212-465-6500. www.beacontheatre.com
Best Buy Theater—1515 Broadway. 212-930-1950. www.bestbuytheater.com
Bowery Ballroom—6 Delancey St. 212-533-2111. www.boweryballroom.com
Broadway Bar—198 Broadway. 631-753-1975. www.clubloaded.com
City Winery—155 Varick St., Manhattan. 212-608-0555. www.citywinery.com
Gotham City Comedy Club—208 West 23rd St. 212-367-9000. www.gothamcomedyclub.com
Gramercy Theatre—127 E. 23rd St., Manhattan. 212-777-6800. www.thegramercytheatre.com
Highline Ballroom—431 W. 16th St., Manhattan. 212-414-5994. www.highlineballroom
Irving Plaza—17 Irving Pl., Manhattan. 212-777-6800. www.irvingplaza.com
Mercury Lounge—217 E. Houston St., Manhattan. 212-260-4700. www.mercuryloungenyc.com
Roseland Ballroom—239 W. 52nd St., Manhattan. 212-247-0200. www.roselandballroom.com
Terminal 5—610 W. 56th St., Manhattan. 212-582-6600. www.terminal5nyc.com
Town Hall— 123 West 43rd St. 212-840-2824. www.the-townhall-nyc.org
Webster Hall—125 E 11th St., Manhattan. 212-353-1600. www.websterhall.com

Brooklyn
Bell House—149 7th St. 718-643-6510. www.thebellhouseny.com
Brooklyn Bowl—61 Wythe Ave. 718-963-3369. www.brooklynbowl.com
Music Hall of Williamsburg—66 N. 6th St. 212-486-5400. www.musichallofwilliamsburg.com
Saint Vitus—1120 Manhattan Ave. www.saintvitusbar.com

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