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Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas 89109


3545 Blvd S Ste 22 The Strip
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
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Mon, April 22, 2019 (5:00 PM PDT)
Closed for a Private Event


Closed for a Private Event

Brooklyn Bowl will be closed all day today for a private event. If you're interested in renting out our venue for a private event of your own, please email: vegasevents@brooklynbowl.com

3545 Blvd S Ste 22 The Strip, Las Vegas, NV 89109 

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Mon, April 22, 2019 (5:00pm - 7:00pm PDT )
Closed for a Private Event
Closed for a Private Event

Brooklyn Bowl will be closed all day today for a private event. If you're interested in renting out our venue for a private event of your own, please email: vegasevents@brooklynbowl.com


Tue, April 23, 2019 (5:00pm - 7:00pm PDT )
Restaurant and Bowling Open at 5pm with Happy Hour 5PM - 7PM and 11PM-CLOSE
Open at 5PM for Bowling, Food and Drinks!

Featuring food by New York's legendary Blue Ribbon, unrivaled happy hour offerings twice a night and 32 majestic hardwood lanes, Brooklyn Bowl is always a great night out! Check out our menu! Make a Reservation! Call 702.862.4748 or email vegaslanes@brooklynbowl.com to inquire about lane pricing and reservations!


Wed, April 24, 2019 (5:00pm - 7:00pm PDT )
Closed for a Private Event
Closed for a Private Event

Brooklyn Bowl will be closed all day today for a private event. If you're interested in renting out our venue for a private event of your own, please email: vegasevents@brooklynbowl.com


Thu, April 25, 2019 (5:00pm - 7:00pm PDT )
Restaurant and Bowling Open at 5pm with Happy Hour 5PM - 7PM and 11PM-CLOSE
Open at 5PM for Bowling, Food and Drinks!

Featuring food by New York's legendary Blue Ribbon, unrivaled happy hour offerings twice a night and 32 majestic hardwood lanes, Brooklyn Bowl is always a great night out! Check out our menu! Make a Reservation! Call 702.862.4748 or email vegaslanes@brooklynbowl.com to inquire about lane pricing and reservations!


Fri, April 26, 2019 (8:00pm - 1:00am PDT Saturday)
2GREENDOLLARS with Flattop, Seymour Willis Green
2GREENDOLLARS Celebrates Prince. Hosted by Flattop & Seymour Willis Green

Australia’s own Guinness World Record winning Producer, DJ and Video DJ Ant Cruze (also known as 2greendollars) has kicked some serious “goals” in his 3-decade international career. On his schedule this year is an appearance at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, and hosting as well as producing the new TV series of “Turn It Up” (the antithesis to “Countdown” and “American Bandstand”), while being the “back” of fashion label “F#” (F Sharp) and 8x. Not merely a DJ/VJ, the master performer wears many hats (or headphones?) and is one of the world’s pioneers in music and video technology. International press describes him as ‘the world’s most accomplished party anchor’ and ‘the game changer of the entertainment industry’. Publicly ranked highly in the “World’s most influential DJ’s”, and #1 in “The most influential Video DJ’s of all time”. Career Highlights: Averaging 25 million plays online year upon year since 2009 (from sites such as Spotify, Beats, Groove, Soundcloud, Pandora, Amazon, Google and Mixcloud) making him consistently one of the world’s most ‘played’ DJs in the present day. Performances in front of hundreds of thousands of partygoers all over the world at major events. Not to mention appearances at famous international clubs going way back, from New York’s Palladium, Studio 54 in Las Vegas, Prince’s “Glam Slam” LA and the original Roxbury in LA (to name a few notable venues). Produced the world’s first DVD in real time in Las Vegas at the launch of Windows XP (Bill Gates launched it in front of an audience of 17,000 at MGM Grand Arena). Over fifteen years later, Windows XP still has presence in multimedia applications. An innovator of concert technology delivering 3D naked eye holography. Not to mention building and utilizing one of the largest portable screens in the world (over 10 stories) to play back music video, all synchronized with live acts and indoor pyrotechnics (MGM Grand Macau, China, 3 years running). Guinness World Record holder for the longest Video DJ marathon (25 plus hours, and still current!) Invited by Sony Pictures to appear at the Hollywood Premiere of Michael Jackson’s This Is It Theatrical release in 2009, resulting in a kicking 1-hour video and audio ‘mega-medley’ plus an invite back to anniversary events. He has also performed at Michael Jackson album launches for Sony Music worldwide and the Michael Jackson game for Ubisoft. Consistently ranked highly on IMDB’s Hollywood celebrity list. Recognized as one of the world’s pioneers of Digital Audio and recordable DVD. The only Australian finalist in Yahoo's ‘Best Internet Café in the world’ comp, where he decked out an old building to emulate the inside of a 747. Came 2nd in the world! Appeared on various Morning/Variety TV Shows. Producer of uber view “catch up video” site: vdomixx.com and Turn It Up! - A syndicated music TV show that peaked with an audience of 88 million (for four of its episodes, in 1996). It was the first non-animated series to utilize current technology and techniques used in animation studios. It was also the first music show streamed online (in August 2000). Whether it is Chart Hits, Dance, R’n’B, 80’s, 90’s, 00’s and Latin, Ant Cruzes’ got you covered. Check out his remix loot bag, carving up some big numbers officially for some big wigs including George Michael, Sheila E & Prince, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Gloria Estefan, Wes Quave, B.B. King, the Village People, Pretty Poison, Bingo Boys, Black Box, Shanice, and Brandy.

$10.00 - $20.00
Sat, April 27, 2019 (8:00pm - 1:00am PDT Sunday)
The Voidz with True Blue
The Voidz

The Voidz (formerly known as Julian Casablancas+The Voidz) are an American rock band formed by Julian Casablancas of The Strokes.

$35.00 - $55.00+
Sun, April 28, 2019 (7:00pm - 1:00am PDT Monday)
Spawnbreezie with Haleamano, Kaimi
Spawnbreezie

As a young boy, Spawnbreezie grew up listening to his father make music. Whether rehearsing in the garage or on stage at performances. Music was just as much an influence to him as his father was. So much in fact that he learned to play drums and piano before entering grade school. Curious and excited about his life’s involvement with music, at 16 years of age he learned to play the guitar and eventually acquired skills of a bassist. Spawnbreezie then realized that at a young age, music was not only a talent but a passion that now became his life. At age 17, Spawnbreezie made a commitment to his love and talent to pursue a career of music. With the combinations of island music, roots reggae, r & b, and hip-hop, Spawnbreezie has crafted a new kind of sound. Combining the percussions of hip-hop, the skank of reggae and the vocals of the Island music, he calls it, "Island Hip Hop". In 2002, Spawnbreezie and his family formed a band called, "Le Atalua Breeze Band". Being a part of the Breeze Band, he thought it was only fair to represent them wherever his music took him. At that time he was going by the stage name of “Spawn” and was in the making of his solo debut album. In 2005, Spawn began his solo career and pursued it with great leaps of faith. In transition of leaving “Le Atalua Breeze Band” to becoming a solo artist, he took the word “Breeze” with him in this new journey and introduced himself as Spawnbreezie. In 2008, Spawnbreezie released his first solo album called “Independent Soldiers". In 2009, he released his sophomore album titled “Welcome to Zion". The sound of Island hip-hop began to grow, gaining the attention of the people and radio stations across the South Pacific. It was clear at that point that Spawnbreezie had an opportunity to voice his music to a forum of listeners. He took advantage of the forum and talked about the trials that he faced as a person and an artist. He expressed his emotions through his music and wrote about his life experiences. With the chance to voice his experiences in this industry, he released his 3rd album "Dear Billy" with the smash hit “Oh My Goodness” and YouTube hit “Don’t Let Go” with over 1 million views each. But those are just some of many fan favorites. This album has allowed Spawnbreezie to enter into new territories in his career, not only is he opening up the eyes of music lovers everywhere, but also their ears and hearts. With upcoming albums he is sure to propel this not only himself into superstardom but also bring much need attention to the whole Island reggae genre and positive music as a whole.

$20.00 - $328.13
Mon, April 29, 2019 (5:00pm - 7:00pm PDT )
Closed for a Private Event
Closed for a Private Event

Brooklyn Bowl will be closed all day today for a private event. If you're interested in renting out our venue for a private event of your own, please email: vegasevents@brooklynbowl.com


Wed, May 1, 2019 (6:30pm - 1:00am PDT Thursday)
Tribal Seeds with Eli Mac, Arise Roots
Tribal Seeds with Eli-Mac and Arise Roots

Based in San Diego, rock-reggae band Tribal Seeds come at their music from a different angle, more influenced by bands like Steel Pulse and Aswad than the common touchstone of Sublime. Formed in 2005 by the Jacobo brothers, singer Steven and producer Tony-Ray, the group issued its debut album, Youth Rebellion, that same year. The album was the first of many to be released on the group's own label, including a self-titled album in 2008 plus The Harvest from 2009. The Soundwaves EP followed in 2011, while 2014's Representing cracked the Billboard 200 albums chart. The album featured guest appearances from Don Carlos, Mykal Rose, and Midnite's Vaughn Benjamin. In March 2017, Tribal Seeds won the San Diego Music Award for Artist of the Year. A new single followed, entitled "Rude Girl" which debuted among iTunes Hot Singles in the Reggae genre. The band is currently recording their fifth full length album, schedule for release in early 2018. Tribal Seeds have toured throughout the United States, and have also performed in Mexico, Aruba, Tahiti & Peru. They have shared the stage with artists such as Dave Matthews Band, Jack White, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jane's Addiction, Skrillex, MGMT, Cee Lo Green, Jason Mraz, Matisyahu, Sublime with Rome, Taking Back Sunday, O.A.R., Pretty Lights, Steel Pulse, The Wailers, Julian Marley, Stephen Marley, Gregory Isaacs, SOJA, Rebelution, Pepper, and many more.

$25.00 - $35.00+
Thu, May 2, 2019 (7:00pm - 1:00am PDT Friday)
Colin Hay
Colin Hay of Men at Work

Colin Hay (born 29 June 1953, Saltcoats, North Ayrshire, Scotland) is a Scottish-Australian musician and actor, who made his mark during the 1980's as lead vocalist of the Australian band Men At Work, and later as a solo artist. Married to Cecilia Noël.

$35.00 - $40.00+
Fri, May 3, 2019 (7:00pm - 1:00am PDT Saturday)
Violent Femmes with KEUNING
Violent Femmes

“We’ve always done what we wanted and how we wanted,” says Violent Femmes’ Gordon Gano says. “Fundamentally there’s no difference from then until now. It’s a natural continuation.” Violent Femmes’ ninth studio album and first full-length collection in more than 15 years, WE CAN DO ANYTHING may well be part of a long musical continuum but it is also among the most provocative and playful in the legendary band’s remarkable canon. As the title makes plain, founding Femmes Gano (vocals, guitar, banjo) and Brian Ritchie (acoustic bass guitar, vocals) remain intrepid as ever before, traversing infinite genre and emotion via their immediately identifiable mash of rambunctious folk, minimalist punk, cubist blues, cosmic jazz, and back porch rock ‘n’ roll. “What the Femmes are,” says Ritchie, “and I think we always have been, is a repository for American roots music. Most people think of us as a kind of rock band but we’re a lot more than that and I think this album represents all that in a really natural, cohesive way. It just flows smoothly between all these ideas.” Violent Femmes came together in 1981 and were quickly applauded as one of the most inventive and original bands of the era, constantly pushing forward with their singular blend of folk and punk, sarcasm and spirituality. The Milwaukee-based band first attracted attention while busking in front of their hometown’s Oriental Theatre. The performance caught the ears of that night’s headliners, Pretenders Chrissie Hynde and the late James Honeyman-Scott, who invited the young group to open the sold out concert with a brief acoustic set. From there Violent Femmes released eight studio albums and more than a dozen iconic singles, among them such classics as “American Music,” “Gone Daddy Gone,” “Nightmares, “Add It Up,” and of course, “Blister In The Sun.” Violent Femmes’ remarkable three-decade-plus career has earned them cumulative worldwide sales in excess of 10 million, with 1983’s VIOLENT FEMMES awarded with RIAA platinum certification eight years after its initial release. The turn of the millennium saw Violent Femmes begin a long hiatus from the studio, only coming together to record a 2009 cover of Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy” – returning the favor after Cee-Lo and Danger Mouse’s psychedelic soul version of “Gone Daddy Gone” proved a worldwide smash. Violent Femmes officially returned to full time action in 2013 with an acclaimed performance at Coachella before embarking on a wide-ranging tour that included headline dates and ecstatically received festival sets around the world. “We went a few years without playing together,” Gano says, “but when we did it was just instant. There it is. There’s the sound we make when we play music together. When we get together to do this thing called Violent Femmes, there’s an energy between us that’s just very intuitive. That was right from the very start and it hasn’t changed.” Violent Femmes captured their fresh momentum on the 2015 EP, HAPPY NEW YEAR. Recorded in Hobart between sold out shows at the world famous Sydney Opera House and Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art, the EP was cut live in the studio – no baffling, no isolation booth, “the right production approach for the music that we make,” says Ritchie. “It had the feeling people are looking for from us,” he says. “A feeling that I think exemplifies the rawness of our approach.” The aesthetic success of HAPPY NEW YEAR led Violent Femmes to consider a proper new full length LP, though of course a conventional record was never in the cards. Rather, the band was determined to keep on the way they always have, driving in their own idiosyncratic lane. “One of the things about the band getting back together again,” says Ritchie, “was can we make some sort of a valid artistic statement? A lot of bands of our vintage return and then try to do what other people are doing nowadays. We were always outside of the times – even at our most popular we were considered outsiders – so we had no obligation to try to be current. Because we never were current. Ever.” Violent Femmes’ timeless timelessness is manifest in the songs featured on WE CAN DO ANYTHING, with many chosen from Gano’s voluminous archives of ancient cassette demos and old journals. “There was a massive amount of material to draw from,” he says. “I had so many cassette tapes, with songs and musical ideas recorded over 20 years or more. First we had to bring them into the digital world as to be able to access them and then it was just an incredible amount of listening. We did a whole lot of compiling and discovering forgotten songs.” Gano unearthed and polished off a number of songs that stand out as vintage Violent Femmes, from the utterly irresistible “Memory” and the murderous “Big Car” to his fractured fairy tale, “I Could Be Anything,” all as clever and potent as they are musically kinetic. Of the album’s more recent songs, Gano co-wrote “Holy Ghost” and “Foothills” with Sam Hollander and Dave Katz (Gym Class Heroes, Katy Perry, Train), and “Issues” with Hollander, Katz, and Better Than Ezra’s Kevin Griffin (Christina Perri, Howie Day). “I’d written with other people,” he says, “friends or band mates, but never this kind of blind date songwriting. To go and meet somebody and sit in a room to write, knowing nothing about each other. We were all really happy with how the songs turned out, though I had thought we were writing songs for other people. But with my voice and my lyrics in there, the songs naturally fit the band even though I thought they were for somebody else to sing.” WE CAN DO ANYTHING was recorded as Violent Femmes traveled North America on a hugely successful tour alongside Barenaked Ladies. At seven weeks, the “Last Summer On Earth 2015 Tour” was the longest live trek for the Femmes in over a decade and its effect was to sharpen the already integrated unit even further. “There’s nothing like a well-oiled band that’s on the road,” Ritchie says. “There’s this infinitesimal adjustment you make with each other when you play together every day. Your senses become attuned to each other, to the music and the general spirit of music making.” The trek saw Gano and Ritchie fronting a seven piece combo featuring versatile drummer Brian Viglione (Dresden Dolls, Nine Inch Nails) as well as the one and only Horns of Dilemma, Violent Femmes’ ever-evolving cabal of multi-instrumentalist backing musicians. Veteran Horn of Dilemma Jeff Hamilton took on the producer role, overseeing the recording by virtue of expertise, expediency, and his long creative relationship with Violent Femmes. “It just made sense,” Gano says. “He’s able to maneuver and communicate with both of us. He’s ingrained in what we do, he knows our strengths and weaknesses, the basic characteristics of what we’re doing and what we’re trying to go for.” Initial tracks were recorded in Brooklyn followed by a few additional stops at studios across the country. The Nashville sessions saw Violent Femmes and the Horns of Dilemma blowing at full gale live in the studio, busting out explosive arrangements that veer on a dime from hard charging stomp to intimate melancholy. The sessions showcase the indispensible contributions of such longtime Horns as percussionist John Sparrow and saxophonist Blaise Garza – a Horn of Dilemma since he was 14 years old. Additional fuel came from Barenaked Ladies’ Kevin Hearn, who stepped off his own tour bus to lend accordion, guitar, keyboards, and backing vocals to tracks including “Issues,” “I Could Be Anything,” “What You Really Mean,” “Foothills,” and “Traveling Solves Everything.” As if that weren’t enough, the multi-talented Hearn is also responsible for WE CAN DO ANYTHING’s whimsical cover drawing. “He’s a very good influence and a great musician,” says Ritchie. “He subtly raises the level of the music just by being there.” “What You Really Mean,” the album’s sole cover, was penned by singer/songwriter/artist Cynthia Gayneau – a.k.a. Gano’s “oldest sibling and a really fine songwriter who most people don’t know about.” The tender track might as well be an original Gano composition, hewing remarkably close to the tunesmith’s own sonic sensibility and lyrical heart. “I feel so close to that song,” Gano says, “I let everybody think it was one of mine, just in case anyone felt differently about it because it was written by my sister. It wasn’t until we were putting the credits together that I let it out, ‘By the way, I didn’t write this one.’ I’m thrilled with how it turned out, I think it’s gorgeous.” Violent Femmes intend to celebrate the new album by spending significant time on the road, lighting it up for a fervent following that now encompasses multiple generations of fans. Though it will come as no surprise to the band’s legion of loyal supporters, WE CAN DO ANYTHING affirms Violent Femmes as a vital and contemporary musical force, its joyous sound and ageless energy suggesting the universe will be graced with more music before the passing of another decade. “There certainly are songs,” Gano says. “And there will be more songs written. It’s just a matter of what we want to do. We were somehow able to do this, which I’m very glad about, but we had many many years of not being able to do it, so we’ll see…” “Since we’ve been given the mantle of ‘elder statesmen,’” Ritchie says, “maybe we should start to behave that way. Hopefully we’ll be a little more stable than we’ve been in the past, though if you think about it, the Femmes have been going for 35 years. It’s not unusual for bands to take the occasional hiatus. What is unusual is going for 35 years and still sounding good.”

$39.50 - $64.50+
Sat, May 4, 2019 (7:00pm - 1:00am PDT Sunday)
Buckcherry with Joyous Wolf, Crash Midnight, Migrant Motel
Buckcherry

Buckcherry is a Grammy-nominated hard rock band from Los Angeles, California formed in 1995. The band released two albums, Buckcherry (1999) and Time Bomb (2001), before dissolving in the summer of 2002. In 2005, lead vocalist Josh Todd and lead guitarist Keith Nelson formed a new band using the Buckcherry moniker and released a new album on April 16, 2006. Titled 15 (2006), it contained Buckcherry's biggest crossover hit to date, "Crazy Bitch", and the band's first Billboard Hot 100 top ten hit, "Sorry". Their fourth album, Black Butterfly (2008), was released in September 2008.

$30.00 - $35.00 +