The Bowery Ballroom is a premium performance venue fit for any New York occasion. Our timeless atmosphere is suitable for catered dinners, film screenings, photoshoots, wedding receptions, fashion shows, live podcasts, corporate galas and much more.
Opened in 1998 at 6 Delancey Street in New York City’s Lower East Side, The Bowery Ballroom is the city’s premiere live music venue. Holding a cult status among musicians and fans, Bowery’s quality of sound and sightlines make it a constant contender for (and winner of) Best Club in America awards. The Bowery Ballroom is equipped to provide unparalleled sound and video capture, a full list of tech specs can be found here (sound, video). With a total capacity of 600 (110-120 with theater-style seating plus 30 additional on the mezzanine) and three unique floors, Bowery provides a space unlike any other. The lounge on the lowest level is complete with a 50-foot mahogany horseshoe bar and intimate seating. The Ballroom on our soaring main floor hosts a generous 20x14x4’ stage, a full bar, 24-foot ceilings, and wrought iron and mahogany accents. The mezzanine wraps around above the main floor with 1,000 square feet of standing room, café style seating, and a full bar sheltered beneath a beautiful coffered-vaulted ceiling with a view of downtown Manhattan behind. Some notable artists to have played Bowery Ballroom include: Patti Smith, Lou Reed, Kanye West, The Strokes, Harry Styles, Yo La Tengo, Lana Del Rey, R.E.M., Lady Gaga, Phoebe Bridgers, JPEGMAFIA, and more. Past rental clients include: The New Yorker Festival, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Modern Love, Pan Am, Ray Ban, Red Bull, Rolling Stone, CMJ, SPIN, Levi’s, Louis Vuitton, Nike, and John Varvatos.
Do you work for Bowery Ballroom? Contact us to learn more about who's managing this profile or gain access.