61 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY
A space that combines 16 bowling lanes, 1 stage, 2 bars, and 1 Blue Ribbon restaurant to form a haven for concerts, bowling, drinking and dining.
209 West Houston St
The only non-profit cinema in New York City where you can find everything from Hitchcock to African documentaries and Mick Jagger trying to act in a hot tub.
323 Sixth Ave
NYC’s ultimate entertainment space for New Yorkers seeking out the best in independent film.
17 Irving Pl
The intimate ballroom setting is a great place to check out a fresh act or an old favorite.
Landmark’s Sunshine Cinema
143 East Houston St
The Lower East Side’s premier destination for both indie and art house films, drawing film buffs from all over the island.
The Joyce Theater
175 8th Ave
One of the most premiere dance venues, hosting over 270 national and international small to medium sized dance companies.
Village East Cinemas
181 2nd Ave., New York, NY
This theater serves up all the new guilty pleasure blockbusters with a smattering of indie flicks, often running old films and indie Oscar winners.
311 W. 34th St., New York, New York
Established 100 years ago, the Hammerstein Ballroom was originally built by Oscar Hammerstein in 1906 as the Manhattan Opera.
425 Lafayette St., New York, New York
This East Village nightclub slash cabaret is a fashionable downtown venue with live musical entertainment: deejays, salsa bands, international music, and jazz.