From Taylor Swift to Common: 14 Concerts to See in New York This Week

Thursday, July 9

Some of the year’s most talked-about women in rock are gathering for a free show at Pier 84 tonight. See what all the buzz is about with Waxahatchee, Speedy Ortiz, and Weyes Blood.

6pm, Hudson River Park, New York, NY

Friday, July 10

The Taylor Swift and HAIM tour is finally on the road! Head out to the suburbs to catch the Apple Music game-changer and her girl gang this Friday and Saturday.

7pm, One MetLife Stadium Dr, East Rutherford, NJ

Stay up late to catch some dream-pop faves at Baby’s All Right. Thanks to Empress Of and Buscabulla, you can also brush up on your Spanish, and the former’s haunting “Water Water” is one of the best songs of the year so far.

11:59pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

Saturday, July 11

The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival is back at it. This year, the annual event boasts acts including Common, Mobb Deep, Charles Hamilton, Lion Babe, and many more.

1pm, 50 Kent Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Spend all day tearing it up with the help of acts including Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Super Furry Animals, Screaming Females, Twin Peaks, Happyness, and more. The stacked lineup hits NYC’s Pier 84.

1pm, Hudson River Park, New York, NY.

Indie rock stalwarts the New Pornographers and Thao and the Get Down Stay Down play a free show this evening at the Prospect Park Bandshell. It’s part of the beloved Celebrate Brooklyn series.

8pm, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY

Relive your teenage dreams with Say Anything. The seminal pop-punk band is currently on the road with emo revivalists Modern Baseball and Cymbals Eat Guitars, who are playing a hometown show tonight. Hard Girls also appear at the Best Buy Theater show.

6:30pm, 1515 Broadway, New York, NY

Sunday, July 12

Gabriel Garzon-Montano‘s distinct sense of tenderness notably caught Drake’s this year, sampled on If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late highlight “Jungle.” Find out why Drizzy loves the NYC singer and songwriter tonight at (Le) Poisson Rouge.

8pm, 158 Bleecker St, New York, NY

Check out the soothing sounds of Dutch avant-pop artist Jacco Gardner at Baby’s All Right tonight. Dinner open up the evening, but we’d also recommend going early to snag some actual dinner at the restaurant/venue.

8pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY

Monday, July 13

Long one of Nashville’s best kept secrets, Natalie Prass just won’t stop blowing up. Sink into the singer/songwriter’s retro-tinged tunes at Bowery Ballroom tonight.

8pm, 6 Delancey St, New York, NY

Catch a free set from alternative pop duo In The Valley Below at Baby’s All Right tonight. Their debut album The Belt is out now on Capitol Records.

7pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY

Tuesday, July 14

Party like the French for Bastille Day. Esteemed record label/clothing line Kitsuné is throwing a party for la fête nationale at Le Bain, where Chordashian, Antoine Karl, and more will be on the decks.

5pm, 444 W 13th St, New York, NY

Wednesday, July 15

You can go for that: Hall & Oates hit Jones Beach tonight for all the hits.

8pm, 1000 Ocean Pkwy, Wantagh, NY

Get into the groove with Roosevelt‘s laid-back disco sound, showcased on the velvety Elliot EP. Local funky favorite Rush Midnight opens up the evening. Their show tonight at Baby’s All Right is not one to be missed!

8pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY

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