The Bowery Ballroom Tickets
Found in the Bowery section of New York City, is the Bowery Ballroom, a historically significant music venue that has been a part of the New York City makeup for several decades. The building which can be found on the popular Delancey Street of New York was created right before the Stock Market Crash of 1929 and was built before ever getting a real chance to open. This is why the Bowery Ballroom actually remained vacant through the end of WWII. After the war ended this building became a high-end retail store, until the neighborhood had to decline and the retail store went out of business. However for many developers in the area the unique structure and size of this building still held a great deal of appeal and finally in 1997 the rights to the building were purchased and it reopened as a music venue and under the name The Bowery Ballroom.
The venue is located right in front of the Bowery Station exit of the subway system providing a convenient location for those looking to visit the ballroom and theater from public transportation. The Bowery Ballroom is a standing room only venue designed to have a nightclub feel while still providing live music performances in an intimate setting that encourages crowd and artist interactions. It can hold a maximum capacity of 550 people. Bands of all types and backgrounds often perform at the ballroom and the theatre is known for bringing a number of up and coming bands into the New York music scene. Most events at the Bowery Ballroom are either 21 and over only or 18 and older only depending on the performer, and tickets to attend events at the small venue often sell out quickly.
The Bowery Ballroom is operated by the same company that owns The Wellmont Theatre, Terminal 5, the Music Hall of Williamsburg and The Mercury Lounge. Together with its expert management and unique venue setting the Bowery Ballroom has emerged as one of the most unique and visually stimulating concert venues in the city. It has appeared in several movies and has quickly become a staple in the New York City music scene of today.