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Highline Ballroom Announces Their Weekly Schedule And Upcoming Events

Highline Ballroom Announces Their Weekly Schedule And Upcoming Events

Highline Ballroom is located at 431 West 16th Street between 9th Avenue and 10th Avenue. Tickets may be purchased through Ticketweb, online at ticketweb.com or at the Highline Box Office from noon until doors close at 866-468-7619.

We are a full-scale restaurant. Our menu is American Continental with a Southern flair. We also have a full bar with all premier liquors and domestic and international cold beer, and we serve a full menu at all of our concerts. A $10 food and/or beverage minimum is standard for table seating during shows.

Unless otherwise noted, all shows are suitable for all ages and offer general admission seating. Seating for all shows is first come, first seated; we do not take advance table reservations, except where noted as a condition of a VIP ticket. We cannot seat incomplete parties. Standing room for all shows is available at our bar.

For further show information, directions to the venue and for the latest updates visit us on the web at www.highlineballroom.com or call 212-414-4314.
All events are subject to change.
JUST ANNOUNCED
· INGRID MICHAELSON'S HOLIDAY HOP - Friday, December 10 - SHOW @ 9 PM

· WHERE'S THE BAND TOUR? - With: Dustin Kensrue of Thrice, Chris Conley of Saves The Day, Matt Pryor of The Get Up Kids, Anthony Raneri of Bayside -Sunday, December 12 - SHOW @ 7:30 PM

· S. CAREY - Monday, December 13 - Show @ 8:00 PM

· H2O & Very special guests - Thursday, December 30 - Show @ 6:15 PM

· CONEY ISLAND CIRCUS SIDESHOW - Sunday, January 2 - Show @ 1 PM

· TEA LEAF GREEN - Saturday, February 12 - Show @ 7 PM

 

UPCOMING SHOWS - November 1-7

EVERY SATURDAY LATE NIGHT at The Highline Ballroom:
The Rewind Show
with live performances and celebrity DJs
21 or over to enter
Doors at 10:30pm, Show at 11:00pm
$20 at door
RSVP to info@4kent.com
The Rewind Show is a vision we have had for as long as we have been in the business of night clubs and event planning. We are tired of the same concept that every night-club in NYC has been stuck with over the years and think that it's time to change the way to party! As we all know nothing can compare to a live performance and therefore we have created the Rewind Show! We want to bring an experience like no other by combining the live music of the 80's Rock & Roll era along with the best DJ's spinning the present hits. Every Saturday night, the Highline Ballroom will operate as a high-end night club to let people experience the Rewind Show. (http://therewindshow.com/)


Monday, November 1
RECOIL ft. Alan Wilder of Depeche Mode
with Architect, Conjure One (Rhys Fulber from Frontline Assembly)
Doors at 7:00pm, Show at 9:00pm
$15 adv, $20 at door
Recoil is the project of Alan Wilder, formerly of Depeche Mode. Alan is a classically-trained musician and renowned contemporary music producer. Recoil was born in 1986 as a two-track experimental EP. An album, 'Hydrology', soon followed in 1988 and both were eventually re-issued by Mute Records on CD as 'Hydrology plus 1+2'. These early Recoil recordings revealed Wilder's position as a pioneer in the newly emerging world of sampling technology. In 2000, Recoil gave us 'Liquid' which this time utilised the unique qualities of internationally acclaimed singer Diamanda Galás, 1940's Gospel crooners The Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet, and New York spoken-word performers Nicole Blackman & Samantha Coerbell. The worldwide music press received the 'Liquid' album with a host of glowing reviews and Wilder was awarded the Charles Cros Grand Prix 2000. Recoil returned in 2007 with its 5th full studio album. Entitled 'subHuman', it was released in Europe and in the US. Collaborating that time was Blues-man Joe Richardson - born in Southern Louisiana, Richardson offered a unique commentary on conflict, religion, incarceration and personal struggle. English singer Carla Trevaskis, a songwriter in her own right, brought an expressive range and control having worked with many diverse artists. Now, in conjunction with his recently released ‘Selected' album and for the first time since Alan's Mode departure, following a series of hugely successful European dates, Recoil is venturing out on the road again to continue the 'Selected Events' tour 2010 - entitled 'A Strange Hour' with Alan Wilder & Paul Kendall.

Monday, November 1
DEPECHE MODE NY PRESENTS THE OFFICIAL AFTERPARY:
DEPECHE MODE/SYNTHPOP/ELECTRO PARTY
Doors at 12:00am, Show at 12:30am
Free entry with purchase of Recoil ticket
We bring together fans from all over the New York metro area and help them to share and celebrate their common devotion to the greatest band in the universe. With over two thousand members, the DMNY Fanclub represents a uniquely diverse community of Depeche Mode fans originally from many countries across the globe, ranging in age from teens to adults in their forties. We organize parties where fans can listen and dance to all three decades of Depeche Mode tracks along with songs from some of their contemporaries. In addition we plan related events, such as karaoke nights, party cruises, video screenings of concerts, and more. Occasionally, we also host live performances from similar music groups at our events. Previous performers include Velvet Code, Ready Fire Aim (RFA), J.Viewz, X: The Human Condition (X: THC), Platform One and Violator, the Depeche Mode tribute band. Past Fanclub events have been held at the Pyramid Club, 310 Lounge, Element, Rebel NYC, Don Hill's, Sullivan Room, on the Star of Palm Beach boat and at other venues in NYC.

Tuesday, November 2
THE SUMMER SET
with Stereo Skyline, Mod Sun, The Downtown Fiction, Austin Gibbs
Doors at 6:00pm, Show at 6:30pm
$13 adv, $15 at door
Co-founded by brothers John and Stephen Gomez, the Summer Set took shape in 2007 in Scottsdale, AZ. The Gomez siblings rounded out their lineup with guitarist John Montgomery, drummer Jess Bowen, and vocalist Brian Dales, and the teenagers chose their band's name after opening an atlas and happening upon the town of Somerset, NJ. Despite the East Coast reference, Arizona proved to be the Summer Set's muse, and the group took inspiration from such local acts as Jimmy Eat World and the Format while composing its own emo-pop songs. After gathering a modest audience on MySpace, the Summer Set began playing local shows and issuing several EPs while still in high school, eventually signing with Razor & Tie shortly after graduation. Released in 2009, Love Like This marked the group's official debut. ~All Music Guide


Wednesday, November 3
THE ALTERNATE ROUTES
with The Kin
**This event has been moved to Canal Room at 285 West Broadway. All tickets will be honored**
Doors at 6:30pm, Show at 7:30pm
$12 adv, $15 at door
Whatever fate has in store for this promising young band, it's sure to make for a good story...and an even better song. The Alternate Routes have never been afraid to roll the dice during their brief and turbulent journey, always relying upon their heartfelt brand of music to pull them through the ups and downs that come with the territory. It's a trait evident in their powerful Vanguard Records debut, Good and Reckless and True, a memorable, incredibly confident opening statement from a band that takes nothing for granted. Warren recalls the initial meeting with his future songwriting partner/lead-guitarist, Eric Donnelly, between classes at Connecticut's Fairfield University. "Eric and I appreciated the same things about music," Warren says. "When we started out, we didn't really fit in anywhere. We played everywhere we could, at bars, clubs, coffee shops ...but we always believed in what we were doing. We believed our music was important and we've never lost that feeling." The duo's path crossed with that of bassist Chip Johnson during a brief residency in the Boston area. He was a skinny, mild-mannered presence-a kid who could pick up any instrument and make it his own. "I always say that Tim and I had the songs, but we didn't have a band until we met Chip," says Donnelly. The months following Johnson's arrival were important ones, the trio hung onto their music, their ideals, refining their sound and never lost focus. They turned each humbling moment into a lesson, each gig into a learning experience and established the all-or-nothing attitude that has come to define them.


Thursday, November 4
YELLE
Doors at 7:00pm, Show at 9:00pm
$25
A French pop singer, Yelle released her first album, Pop-Up, in 2007. A bright, colorful, and sassy artist, Yelle (and producer GrandMarnier) first came to prominence after a song entitled "Short Dick Cuizi" was posted on her MySpace page. The track, a jab at TTC hip-hop crew member Cuizinier, was later altered (lyrically at least) and became Yelle's first official single in 2006, "Je Veux Te Voir."


Friday, November 5
RUBBLEBUCKET
with The Pimps of Joytime
Doors at 8:00pm, Show at 9:00pm
$10 adv, $15 at door
Someone once said that if Brooklyn and New Orleans had a love child it would be conceived while listening to Rubblebucket: a wild young eight-some from Brooklyn, Boston and Burlington, Vermont (i.e. Ver-brook-ston). Drawing influence from the likes of Talking Heads, James Brown and Bjork, their banging horns and bombastic dance beats provide a landscape for the warm vocals of lead lady Kalmia. In the 2 years since their mythical seminal gig their all-original music has come to define a new genre: rock-ro-beat. Rubblebucket won the 2009 Boston Music Award for Live Act of the Year and was featured in the December 2009 issue of Relix Magazine's "On The Verge: 5 Artists You Should Know." Additionally they were chosen by SPIN Magazine as a "Must-hear artist from the 2009 CMJs." 2010 promises to be an exciting year, with a new single to be released in April, Ozomatli support tour this spring, new album & music videos in the works, and festivals including Camp Bisco 9 and High Sierra this summer!


Saturday, November 6
Zane Lamprey's Sing The Booze Tour 2010
ZANE LAMPREY
with Steve McKenna & the JusTones
Doors at 6:00pm, Show at 7:00pm
$25 adv, $30 at door
Comedian Zane Lamprey is constantly being told he has the best job in the world. As host of the cult sensation "Three Sheets," Zane's job is to travel around the world and drink. After four seasons, Zane has thrown back a few (and sometimes a few too many) in over 50 countries, including: Tanzania, New Zealand, Iceland, Tahiti, Greece, London, and Lithuania. As he drinks with the locals, viewers learn about the culture, people and spirits of the region. Zane can also be seen on the imbibing travelogue, "Drinking Made Easy", which premieres on HDNet on October 6, 2010. The 24 episodes, which follow his national 53-city live comedy tour (also called Drinking Made Easy), highlight the drinking cultures and customs of U.S. cities. On the heels of the success of his summer comedy tour, Zane is about to embark on another tour, Sing the Booze, to debut his new album of drinking songs, while hitting 30 cities across the US in the fall of 2010. Previously, Zane hosted "Have Fork, Will Travel" on the Food Network, where he traveled around the world and ate. Proving that the magic wasn't just in the bottle, he was just as successful at getting people to open up over fish stew as he was with a Sake bomb. From sitting down with a top French chef in Marseille to cutting down banana trees in Puerto Rico, Zane find the fun and funny in any situation.


Sunday, November 7
SCHOOL OF ROCK
Best of Season Show
Doors at 11:00am, Show at 11:30am
$15
With more than a decade of successful experience teaching music, School of Rock is the national leader in music education for kids from age 7 to 18. Students learn from professional musicians in an interactive environment combining weekly private lessons and structured group rehearsals with the ultimate goal of performing live in front of real crowds.


Sunday, November 7
WHO IS Harry Nilsson (AND WHY IS EVERYBODY TALKIN' ABOUT HIM)?
Doors at 7:00pm, Show at 8:00pm
$8, $25 VIP tickets available (includes reserved seating and DVD copy of the movie)
This wildly entertaining, incredibly emotional and star-studded documentary tells the story of one of the most talented and versatile singer-songwriters in pop music history...a man The Beatles dubbed their favorite American musician...whose career was as complex, exhilarating, maddening and inspiring as the man himself.


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