The Las Vegas entertainment experience and music scene will once again be redefined as Brooklyn Bowl opens its doors March 2014 at The LINQ, Caesars Entertainment’s open air district in the center of the world famous Las Vegas Strip (Pictured Bowlive featuring Soulive).
Following in the footsteps of the original Brooklyn location and their recently opened outpost at the O2 in London, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas will feature live concerts, 32 lanes of bowling and food by celebrated restaurateurs, Blue Ribbon. With three levels spanning over 80,000 square feet, it will be one of the largest venues music in America, and will offer programming throughout the day and late into the night.
As Brooklyn Bowl co-founder Peter Shapiro put it, “We are thrilled to bring the unique Brooklyn Bowl vibe to Las Vegas. This multi-sensory, free-standing performance venue will allow people to have a full dining, social and concert experience under one roof.”
Over 2,000 concert goers will be able to enjoy performances from the standing room general admission area, the luxurious bowlers lounges adjacent to the lanes where bowlers can relax on leather sofas and enjoy the full menu of food and beverages, or the private lounge boxes overlooking it all. Like in New York, on many nights, guests will be able to come early and stay late to experience multiple shows with just one ticket. The live concert experience will be complemented by five on-site bars showcasing local craft brews and rockin’ comfort food by the world-renowned Bromberg Brothers’ Blue Ribbon Restaurants, including their iconic Fried Chicken celebrated on Food Network’s “The Best Thing I Ever Ate.”
“Part of Brooklyn Bowl’s fun atmosphere is the food and the experience around you,” says Blue Ribbon co-owner, and partner in Brooklyn Bowl, Bruce Bromberg. “We are excited to bring the menu to Las Vegas for guests to enjoy good times and great tastes.”
The original Brooklyn Bowl has been heralded as “one of the most incredible places on earth,” by Rolling Stone Magazine, and was ranked the number one music venue in New York City three years in a row by Zagat.
Brooklyn Bowl’s Spring 2014 programming will offer an eclectic schedule of live concert and performance events as well as late night shows. The first announced shows include:
- March 8-9—Bowlive feat. Soulive with special guests
- March 14—The Roots
- March 15-16—Elvis Costello and The Roots
- March 19—Brett Dennen
- March 20-22—Cake
- March 20-22—Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe (late)
- March 23—Local Natives
- March 26-29, April 2-5, 9-12—Galactic (late)
- March 29-30—Lettuce
- April 5-6, 19-20—Robert Randolph & the Family Band (late and brunch)
- April 10—Bonobo
- April 12—Big Gigantic
- April 14—The Naked and Famous / The 1975, with the White Lies
- April 15—The Green
- April 16-19—Trombone Shorty (late)
- April 17—Chance the Rapper
- April 18-20—Phil Lesh & Friends
- April 20—The Infamous Stringdusters (late)
- April 24-26—O.A.R.
- April 25-26, May 2-3—Gogol Bordello (late)
- May 1-3—Primus
- May 5—Twenty One Pilots
- May 8-10—Jane’s Addiction performing “Nothing’s Shocking”
- May 22-25—Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk & Soul Rebels Brass Band
- May 29-31—Tedeschi Trucks Band (early)
- May 29-31—Soulive (late)
- June 5—Black Label Society
- June 10-11—Thievery Corporation
- June 13-14—Steve Winwood
- August 7—Chromeo
- August 29-31—The Avett Brothers
- Coming Soon—The String Cheese Incident
Tickets for most shows will go on sale Saturday, February 1. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.brooklynbowl.com.