Can’t Make It To Coachella? Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas Has You Covered

Can’t Make It To Coachella? Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas Has You Covered

Bonobo, Disclosure, Naked and Famous, The 1975 and other acts from annual festival set to headline Vegas’ coolest venue in April.

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas lives up to its reputation as “a music lover’s paradise” (Las Vegas Weekly) by featuring many of the artists set to perform at the annual Coachella music and arts festival. The April music lineup alone gives concert goers the ability to get up close and personal with artists including a live band performance by British producer and DJ Bonobo, Disclosure, Naked and Famous, The 1975, Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue and Chance the Rapper. Don’t want to fight festival crowds of hundreds of thousands? Don’t want to sleep in your car? Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas has your solution.

Bonobo – Thurs, April 10

Known by his stage name, Bonobo, Simon Green is a British musician, producer and DJ. Simon Green’s Bonobo project established the welcome niche of a pretension-free, post-party intellectual chillout. An almost silent figure among Ibizian romanticists, Green began in Brighton, debuting in 1999 with a track on Tru Thoughts Recordings’ When Shapes Join Together compilation. (show: 8:00 p.m. / admission $20-$25)

Disclosure – Fri, April 11

Disclosure are an English electronic music duo, consisting of brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence. Their album Settle was released on June 3, 2013 through PMR and was nominated for Best Dance/Electonica Album at the 2014 Grammy Awards. (show: 9:00 p.m. / admission $50)

The Naked and Famous / The 1975 – Mon, April 14

New Zealand band The Naked and Famous have built an ever-growing audience around the globe for their pulverizing live shows, a blend of the pure pop exhilaration of the hit singles “Young Blood” and “Punching In A Dream” with the thrilling dark electronic arts that drive the group’s sound. Critics have been bemused and thrilled by The 1975, the Manchester four-piece and their amorphous drifts between brooding art rock, crisp electronica, dance floor R&B, and 80s gloss pop. (show: 7:30 p.m. / admission $25-$40)

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue – Tues, April 15 – Sat, April 19

Troy ‘Trombone Shorty’ Andrews has God-given talent, natural charisma and a relentless drive to bridge music’s past and future. His third outing for Verve Records, Say That To Say This, co-produced by Andrews and Raphael Saadiq, sounds like nothing else out there with influences of jazz, funk and rap. The newest album showcases the natural music evolution for Andrews and his longtime band, Orleans Avenue – guitarist Pete Murano, bassist Mike Ballard and drummer Joey Peebles. (shows: 11:59 p.m. / admission: $25)

Chance the Rapper & Waka Flocka Flame – Thurs, April 17

Coming on the scene with vibrant rhymes and jazzy, retro beats, Chicago’s Chance the Rapper broke through with the 2013 mixtape Acid Rap. With the release of Flockaveli in 2010, Waka Flocka’s debut album landed him at No. 6 on the Billboard charts and his mega successful hits “Hard In Da Paint,” “Grove St. Party” and “No Hands” featuring Wale and Roscoe Dash made him synonymous with party music. (show: 8:00 p.m. / admission: $35)

About Brooklyn Bowl

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas is the brand’s third location. The original location opened in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn in 2009 in the former Hecla Iron Works building (built in 1882) and was the first L.E.E.D. certified bowling alley in the world. The second Brooklyn Bowl location opened in January 2014 at the O2 in London, and was hailed by the London Evening standard as a “…wonderland of food, drink, music and pins”.

Brooklyn Bowl New York has hosted a diverse range of acts including Kanye West, Elvis Costello, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Gossip, HAIM, Snoop Dogg, Guns N’Roses, James Murphy, Adele, Paul Simon, Big Boi, Moby, N.E.R.D, Talib Kweli, and Solange. Named Zagat’s “Best Music Venue – New York City” for three consecutive years (as well as “Best Bowling Alley” and “Best Brooklyn Venue”) and one of the best clubs in America by Rolling Stone. Eater described their menu as “epic,” while the New Yorker hailed the club’s unprecedented combination of top-flight music, beer, bowling, and food as “like nailing a spare on a four-ten split.”

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