Featuring unforgettable performances by Streetlight Manifesto, Citizen Cope, JPEGMafia, Juvenile and much more

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas is gearing up for a sizzling summer with a lineup that promises to set the stage on fire. From the infectious ska punk energy of Streetlight Manifesto to the heartfelt melodies of Citizen Cope and the genre-bending innovation of JPEGMAFIA, music aficionados are in for a treat. Whether you’re tapping your toes to The Dead South’s gritty bluegrass or swaying to the reggae vibes of The Green, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas is once again proving why it is one of Las Vegas’ best music venues with a diverse array of artists ready to deliver unforgettable performances.

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Streetlight Manifesto (Friday, July 12)
Ages: All Ages | Doors: 6:30 p.m. | Tickets: $24.38

Streetlight Manifesto, a band of seven unique musicians, began as a one-album project in New Jersey. Their debut, “Everything Goes Numb,” quickly turned them into a full-time touring band. Known for high-energy shows, they blend rock with horns and draw from Latin, klezmer, folk, funk, jazz, and classical music. Despite evolving over 20 years, they remain true to their DIY roots, still playing sold-out shows with fans dancing and singing along.


Citizen Cope (Tuesday, July 30)

Ages: All Ages | Doors: 6:30 p.m. | Tickets: $35

Citizen Cope, also known as Clarence Greenwood, is an American recording artist, singer-songwriter, and record producer. With roots in Washington D.C. and Texas, he brings a unique blend of genres to the stage. Influenced by life experiences and artists like Bob Marley, Citizen Cope’s emotive lyrics and captivating melodies have won audiences worldwide. His breakout hits, such as “Son’s Gonna Rise” and “Bullet and a Target,” along with recent releases like “The Victory March,” tell powerful stories that resonate deeply with listeners.



JPEGMAFIA (Thursday, August 8)

Ages: All Ages | Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: $20.63

JPEGMAFIA (Barrington DeVaughn Hendricks, “Peggy”) is an experimental rapper, producer, and performer leading the underground rap scene. Following his success producing tracks for Kanye West and his 2023 hit “SCARING THE HOES!”, he returns with a new album and the I AM PEGGY! tour. His co-headline tour with Danny Brown for “SCARING THE HOES!” featured sold-out shows and charted on Billboard. Known for acclaimed projects like “Veteran” and “All My Heroes Are Cornballs,” JPEGMAFIA has earned praise from major publications. He has performed at festivals such as Primavera Sound and Pitchfork Music Festival, with upcoming shows at Portola and Outbreak Fest.

Lucki: Gemini Tour (Friday, August 9)

Ages: All Ages | Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: $30

LUCKI stands apart in the rap scene with his deeply personal lyrics and introspective style. His 2022 debut album, “FLAWLESS LIKE ME,” marked a breakthrough, selling over 25,000 copies first week and reaching #12 on charts. Known for candidly addressing struggles with depression and substance use, LUCKI’s music resonates with raw honesty. Collaborations with artists like Future and sold-out shows worldwide highlight his growing influence and commitment to authentic storytelling in hip-hop.

The Dead South (Saturday, August 17)
with The Builders and The Butchers
Ages: 18+ | Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: $35

Hailing from Saskatchewan, The Dead South are a four-piece acoustic bluegrass ensemble known for their gritty frontier sound and whiskey-soaked performances. Infusing traditional bluegrass with a rebellious edge, their music features cello, mandolin, banjo, and guitar in a dynamic interplay that transcends genre boundaries. Rising from viral YouTube hits to Billboard chart success and JUNO Award recognition, they’re celebrated for their high-energy live shows and ethical approach to ticketing. Led by Nate Hilts’ distinctive baritone, with Scott Pringle on mandolin, Danny Kenyon on cello, and Colton Crawford on banjo, The Dead South continue to captivate audiences worldwide with their raw, authentic storytelling and relentless touring schedule.


Juvenile & Mannie Fresh (Friday, August 23)
With The 400 Degreez Band
Ages: 18+ | Doors: 7:30 p.m. | Tickets: $39.50

Hip-hop pioneer and New Orleans bounce mainstay Juvenile is hitting the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas stage alongside famed producer Mannie Fresh. In 1998, Juvenile partnered with Mannie Fresh and burst into the scene with his platinum-selling album “400 Degreez,” featuring his wildly successful singles “Ha” and “Back That Azz Up.” In just a year’s time, Juvenile would see himself with two more certified platinum albums with his successful follow-up solo album “Tha G-Code” and “Guerrilla Warfare,” as part of The Hot Boys, a rap supergroup featuring B.G., Juvenile, Lil’ Wane and Young Turk.



Me First and The Gimme Gimmes (Saturday, August 24)
With The Schizophonics, Still Animals, DJ Thirst N Howl

Ages: All Ages | Doors: 6:30 p.m. | Tickets: $27.50

A punk rock supergroup formed by Spike Slawson, CJ Ramone, Joey Cape, Pinch and John Reis, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes have been rocking stages since 1995. Playing covers of other songs almost exclusively, the band continues to perform to sold out crowds, combining pop, rock and punk with their trademark California flair.

The Green (Wednesday, August 28)
Ages: 18+ | Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: $22.50

Since forming in 2009 on O’ahu, Hawai’i, The Green has risen as a prominent force in reggae music. With three #1 Billboard Reggae chart debuts and appearances at major festivals worldwide, they’ve solidified their status in the genre. Their album “Marching Orders” earned critical acclaim and multiple Na Hoku Hanohano awards, while “Black & White” showcases their acoustic prowess. The band continues to celebrate Hawaiian culture and community resilience through their music, earning ongoing recognition and nominations for their impactful releases.


Steel Pulse (Thursday, August 29)

Ages: All Ages | Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: $35


Steel Pulse, a British reggae powerhouse, confronts global negativity with musical vengeance. Their twelfth album, Mass Manipulation, reflects four decades of commitment to social betterment. Emerging in 1975 from Birmingham, England, they address racial injustice and human rights. Hits like “Chant a Psalm” earned them a spot on Rolling Stone’s Top 200 Best Songs of the 1980s. With six Grammy nominations and a win for Babylon the Bandit, Steel Pulse, led by David Hinds, continues to inspire and influence new generations globally.


Thievery Corporation (Friday, August 30)

Ages: 18+ | Doors: 7:30 p.m. | Tickets: $26.25
Thievery Corporation has been widely recognized as pioneers of eclectic electronic music for over 25 years, blending global influences with a DIY spirit and inclusive message. From their D.C. origins at the Eighteenth Street Lounge to chart-topping albums like “Sounds From The Thievery Hi-Fi” and “Saudade,” their music transcends boundaries while embracing cultural diversity. Known for vibrant live performances featuring diverse vocalists and instrumentalists, Thievery Corporation continues to inspire with their innovative approach and social consciousness.

Polaris (Saturday, August 31)
With Blessthefall, Thousand Below, Nerv

Ages: All Ages | Doors: 6 p.m. | Tickets: $29.50

Polaris, the Sydney-based Australian metalcore band, features vocalist Jamie Hails, guitarist Rick Schneider, bassist/vocalist Jake Steinhauser, and drummer Daniel Furnari. They gained acclaim with their debut album ‘The Mortal Coil’ in 2017, nominated for the 2018 ARIA Award for Best Hard Rock. Their second album, ‘The Death of Me’, released in 2020, earned them another ARIA nomination. Polaris blends metalcore with progressive and post-rock elements, infusing personal lyrics addressing themes like anxiety and depression.

About Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, the brand’s second location out of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, boasts three levels spanning over 80,000 square feet as one of the largest performance venues of its class in America. Located on The LINQ Promenade, the open-air district in the center of the Las Vegas Strip, the indie concert venue and premiere bowling alley offers 32 lanes of bowling, 6 on-site bars and rockin’ comfort food, including their iconic Fried Chicken as seen on Food Network’s “The Best Thing I Ever Ate.” On any given night, more than 2,000 concertgoers can enjoy an impressively eclectic live music lineup from the roomy-yet-intimate general admission area, the stage-adjacent luxury bowling lanes, or the top-level private lounge boxes. Since opening in March 2014, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas has hosted next-level performances by Bryson Tiller, Jack White, Disclosure, Alabama Shakes, Chance the Rapper, Phoenix, Robert Plant, Khalid, The Roots, Post Malone, Jane’s Addiction, and more.


Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas cracked the top 20 in Pollstar’s Top 200 Club Venues for Worldwide Ticket Sales in 2015 and 2017; has been voted Reader’s Choice “Best Music Venue” the last nine years in a row for Las Vegas Weekly’s annual “Best of Vegas” awards; and was honored with the distinction of “Best Music Booking” by Vegas Seven magazine. In addition to being Vegas’ go-to live music destination, Brooklyn Bowl hosts highly customizable private events of all sizes. From small birthday parties to transformative corporate buyouts, Brooklyn Bowl helps each client plan an unforgettable night. For the most up-to-date show lineup, or to schedule your next event at Brooklyn Bowl, visit and follow Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. If you would like to be added to our email list for first information about upcoming shows email [email protected].


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