Brooklyn Bowl is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

1. Brooklyn Bowl

8.6
61 Wythe Ave (btwn N 11th & N 12th St), Brooklyn, NY
Bowling Alley · Williamsburg · 536 tips and reviews

Cyndi Z.Cyndi Zaino: Huge space, great menu and friendly staff. Come for concerts or bowling - either way it's frigin' awesome.

Patrick B.Patrick Baskin: Great, intimate place for a concert. Acoustics are decent, but could be improved, cheap shows are definitely worth going here for

Chris R.Chris Raghoobar: A concert venue and a bowling alley in one?! This place is fantastic, great for concerts (and bowling!), all around a fun time. Questlove hosts his Bowl Train every Thursday night!

Music Hall of Williamsburg is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

2. Music Hall of Williamsburg

9.1
66 N 6th St (at Kent Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Music Venue · Williamsburg · 183 tips and reviews

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: One of the best and friendliest music venues in NYC. They even have a live feed of the concert, so you won’t miss a beat when getting drinks for all your friends.

Racky R.Racky Ross: Great venue for concerts. The view is great from the balcony upstairs.

Chris R.Chris Raghoobar: Basically Brooklyn's Bowery Ballroom, but with a warmer vibe and better downstairs bar. Incredible place for concerts, intimate but just the right size to get a party going.

Baby's All Right is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

3. Baby's All Right

8.5
146 Broadway (at Bedford Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Music Venue · Williamsburg · 100 tips and reviews

kyle t.kyle treman: Sick concerts. Brunch is beyond good. Get the Pork Belly. If they had cheap drinks I would never leave.

Jason L.Jason Lee: Best spot for concerts, top railing in front of the bar

Chris R.Chris Raghoobar: I guess I have too many "favorite concert spots" but I can't help considering this as one. A sweet, intimate venue behind a great restaurant. Come for the amazing brunch, stay for some amazing shows.

Brooklyn Steel is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

4. Brooklyn Steel

9.2
319 Frost St (at Debevoise St), Brooklyn, NY
Music Venue · Williamsburg · 67 tips and reviews

Elizabeth B.Elizabeth Burstein: Great large venue for a concert, doesn’t get too crowded

Ryan G.Ryan Gallagher: Good concert venue.

Joe M.Joe Montes: The acoustics here are amazing! The venue hold only 1,800 people so it’s a great place to see a concert with a more intimate feel.

Williamsburg Waterfront is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

5. Williamsburg Waterfront

9.1
93 Kent Ave (at N 8th St), Brooklyn, NY
Waterfront · Williamsburg · 73 tips and reviews

Erin M.Erin Miller: GREAT concert venue in the summer, don't miss out on any opportunity to go see a show here.

Stacey G.Stacey Grant: Don't miss a free waterfront concert. Ends in September!

Time Out New YorkTime Out New York: Relive your ’90s indie nostalgia at the concert of wistful art-school faves Belle & Sebastian (Sep 30, 5:30pm)

Union Pool is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

6. Union Pool

8.2
484 Union Ave (at Meeker Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Bar · Williamsburg · 284 tips and reviews

Noah W.Noah Weiss: Outdoor summer concerts free every Saturday. Starts at 4pm. Tacos from El Diablo. See the lineup at http://unionpool.blogspot.com/.

Raffa E.Raffa Ella: Reverend concert is great on monday night! And there is a good atmosphere!

Rafaela C.Rafaela Comunello: Cool place to watch intimate and small concerts.

National Sawdust is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

7. National Sawdust

9.2
80 N 6th St (at Wythe Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Concert Hall · Williamsburg · 18 tips and reviews

Alex B.Alex Barz: An intimate, modern space with impeccable acoustics. The staff was friendly and the space was clean. They manage ticket sales so the crowd doesn’t get too big. My new favorite venue.

StephanieStephanie: Take in a show from the upper level for a perfect unobstructed view.

Adrienne L.Adrienne Liu: Sound proof, surround sound, intimate space. Epic live shows here.

McCarren Park is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

8. McCarren Park

9.0
780 Lorimer St (at Driggs Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Park · Williamsburg · 136 tips and reviews

Monica B.Monica Bloom: i miss the concerts there. but the dog run is still one of the best. my dog, Cash, misses it dearly. he's so brooklyn.

Afi Y.Afi Yellow-Duke: Hipster watching: your new favorite sport. The concerts here are also pretty great.

Andrea E.Andrea Estevez: Beautiful park to relax or spend time with friends and family. Tennis court, fútbol, softball, racing track and doggie parks!

The 1896 is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

9. The 1896

8.3
215 Ingraham Street, Brooklyn, NY
Performing Arts Venue · East Williamsburg · 9 tips and reviews

Augie W.Augie W: Perfect location for photo shoots, music videos, and the occasional concert.

Katie E.Katie Eytch: Beautiful green room/dressing room in the back. Very spacious and excellent to work in.

Jessica M.Jessica McBain: Depends what you consider arts + crafts

The Wick is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

10. The Wick

7.8
260 Merserole St., Brooklyn, NY
Concert Hall · East Williamsburg · 7 tips and reviews

Elie B.Elie Bleier: Amazing lighting system. Good, non-deafening sound. Cool outdoor area.

Angel G.Angel Garcia: Bout to get my Yaowa on at this Joell Ortiz Emilio Rojas venue

L. T.L. T.: A fantastic outdoor stage, great for an intimate show. VERY loud up front. Fantastic beer selection with fair prices. And the portable pizza oven cart in the back is adorable.

The Kent Ale House is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

11. The Kent Ale House

8.2
51 Kent Ave (at N 11th St), Brooklyn, NY
Pub · Williamsburg · 66 tips and reviews

MikeMike: Great spot for concerts on N12th and Kent.

Jessica W.Jessica Wickham: Great choice of ales, good bar snacks and friendly staff who went out of their way to put your teams game on the screen

Jon T.Jon Turi: Try the spicy popcorn!

10 ft. Single by Stella Dallas is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

12. 10 ft. Single by Stella Dallas

8.0
285 N 6th St (at Meeker Ave.), Brooklyn, NY
Vintage and Thrift Store · Williamsburg · 18 tips and reviews

NearSay NYCNearSay NYC: This is a vintage lover's heaven, from rustic wood-and-brick decor, to the collection of display-only vintage rock concert t-shirts. In terms of goods, the store is loaded w/ fairly priced consignment

Jean T.Jean Tran: Prices are on the higher side of things, however it is well curated with LOADS of great finds. Definitely worth visiting.

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: Tons of vintage clothing & shoes! There is something here for everybody and is a must visit if you love awesome, vintage finds!

23 Meadow Street is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

13. 23 Meadow Street

8.5
Brooklyn, NY
Concert Hall · East Williamsburg · No tips or reviews
The Paper Box is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

14. The Paper Box

7.5
17 Meadow St (btwn Waterbury & Bogart St), Brooklyn, NY
Music Venue · East Williamsburg · 17 tips and reviews

Annie T.Annie T: Rock n shop Sundays! Eclectic market. Got my nails done near the bar. Cool food vendors, had a slamming beignet burger.

Lily M.Lily M: The graffiti gallery on the back patio is constantly changing and always awesome. Also, did someone say tacos??

A. M.A. Marquez: The bar lights up at night... nice!

The City Reliquary is one of The 15 Best Places for Concerts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

15. The City Reliquary

7.4
370 Metropolitan Ave (Havemeyer), Brooklyn, NY
Museum · Williamsburg · 24 tips and reviews

Chris S.Chris Scott-Dixon: Fun little museum, with occasional concerts and drinks in the back patio. Brooklyn cool.

thecoffeebeanersthecoffeebeaners: Want NYC History? Come here then shop for hand made locally made NYC gifts!

Time Out New YorkTime Out New York: A remnant from a long-forgotten Gotham, the wooden brick is from the last-known wooden sidewalk in Brooklyn, which ran along Greenpoint’s West Street in the 19th century.
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