Love indie music? Check out “Good Morning America” Weekend co-anchor Dan Harris’ online music show Amplified to discover the next indie darlings. Dan grew up in Newton, Mass. and loves cats! Read more.
Only the biggest bands play here (unless they're supporting, of course). There are only a few food stall outside or nearby to the venue so it would be wise to eat (and drink) well before you get here. Read more.
One of the biggest theatre venues in London and they sell beer. This is important when you're watching heavy metal. The sloping floor means there’s a good view from anywhere downstairs. Read more.
Spend your Saturday jammin' at Reggae Brunch. Live Reggae, Jamosas, Build-Your-Own Bloody Mary Bar and Caribbean inspired Cuisine. Check out this video to see what you are missing http://youtu.be/KGH6 Read more.
The Beacon began as a movie palace in 1929, and has since hosted artists from the Rolling Stones to Bob Dylan. The Allman Brothers' regular stints here were immortalized on "Peakin' At The Beacon." Read more.
The beer isn't as good as the energy drinks so stick to what they know. Worry about feeling like you're having a heart attack 'til tomorrow. Also, it's easier to crowdsurf now they raised the ceiling. Read more.
This iconic NYC venue relocated to Brooklyn and dramatically improved the sound and stage. Read more.
96 is a renovated one-room Rainey Street home outfitted to be the hood's first sports-friendly thirst quencher, with two flat-screens above the jade-colored bar and another pair on the stained patio. Read more.
Live music and air hockey! This venue seems small when you walk in, but the spacious area outside will blow you away. Read more.
Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. There's a staircase that leads to three rooftop decks with views of the stage. Go to the highest one, perched under a big oak tree. Read more.
Definitely worth checking it out if the night calls for stiff drinks and velvet art. Good beer selection and long happy hours too! Read more.