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This place is one of the most intimate venues to see a band.
Large bar and a good selection of bands. Conveniently close to L and G.
Free comedy Sunday's
If a band you follow is playing here and you're telling yourself "aw man it's pretty far" GO. It's a great venue. A bar and two bathrooms in the stage area and more down the hall.
Live music, saw ghost town here
Small sports bar with cheap drinks and a good layout. Grab a table quickly because they'll run out soon. They don't serve food so order something from the pizza spot next door and bring it in.
Ótima casa de show, na frente é um pub e nos fundos tem um espaço para ver shows! Fica no Brooklyn.
Don't miss the Indobox when they play there!
Concert hall doesn't have a single place to seat
How do they have a "B" rating when they don't even serve food? Makes me wonder how dirty the beer is! Yuck!
Great place for live music. Intimate with great sound
Watch the early game here
One of the best spots for comedy in the city. And the bar is rad!
Indie bands. Separate bar is nice behind glass
The Skins. Girl can sing
The back room is a solid concert venue.
Amazing place to see a show.
I wish it were still on Leonard st. That was the best
Last night was the first time I had ever been. Went to see Odesza and the venue is smaller than what I expected but it was also super intimate as well. Loved it! Beers are pretty cheap too!
Hands down, best burgers in Brooklyn!!!
데뷔 직전인 유명 밴드의 공연을 즐길 수 있는 곳!
Watch out for this guy. :-)
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Free and good comedy on sun nights from 9pm. Make sure u get in early to get a seat as it gets busy and a show lasts for more than 3h
SKELETONWITCH was eating souls.
Nothing like the old Leonard St KF in Manhattan but still worth a trip to Brooklyn
Tip very well. Always ask who's playing. Be kind. people usually like that #KindnessIsMagic
Make sure to stop by the Commodore across the street for some pre-concert drinks and fried chicken
Now serving in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, The Knitting Factory was previously located on 74th Leonard St. from 1994 through 2009 and hosted an array of indie and experimental artists.
The Brooklyn outpost of the national music venue chain often books out-of-the-box acts that the crowd always enjoys.
Fun spot for live shows, one of the best in Brooklyn.
Happy Hour every Tuesday. $2 Dos Equis. Starts at 7:30, so go get happy somewhere else first!
Red bull music fest
Based God fucked my bitch here
The transitions are pretty quick between acts. Don't stray for too long if you want a good spot in the crowd
If you're going to the best comedy show in NYC on Sunday nights at 9pm, you'll see @HannibalBuress, but only if you get there early (like 45 minutes before) to get a seat / spot at the front.
ANNIBAL BURESS HOSTS, SPECIAL GUESTS EACH WEEK. PAST PERFORMANCES HAVE INCLUDED UNANNOUNCED SETS FROM CHRIS ROCK, ROBIN WILLIAMS, SARAH SILVERMAN, LOUIS CK. Sunday 9pm. free
Best comedy show in NYC happens Sunday nights at 9pm, and it's free! Host and booker is the amazing @HannibalBuress
Ari Shaffir taped his comedy special "passive aggressive" here on Dec 28, 2012
Get PBR whiskey shots for 6 bucks then enjoy the show.
Relocated to Brooklyn, still a great place to see your favorite indie band. Friendly staff, nice bar, excellent sound.
Anyone looking to take a short break from the onslaught of sounds during CMJ Music Marathon will be delighted to relax in the completely separate bar area at the Knitting Factory.
Great bar where you can see (but not hear) the concert that's playing on the other side of the glass.
I've DJ'd here a few times and the bar staff are great, venue is well set up, and sound is top notch!!!
Going to see multiple bands? It'll be easier to get drinks in the outer bar between sets...