Brooklyn Made's September 30th sold out opening was headlined by Jeff Tweedy--many more outstanding artists will be appearing soon.
URHere with ConciergeQ's Tasha Dwhaj at Brooklyn Made's Grand Opening in New York. The club's September 30th opening was headlined by Jeff Tweedy. Featured interview: Anthony Makes, Owner and former President of Live Nation New York.
Located at 428 Troutman Street in the heart of Bushwick, Brooklyn Made s a state-of-the-art music venue, with lighting design by Jeremy Roth (Wilco, Nathaniel Rateliff, Mazzy Star) and sound by D&B Audiotechnik, including the Soundscape 3D object-mixing and room emulation platform. “Everything about the space is planned as deluxe and high-concept, from the Moroccan lamps adorning the 500-capacity performance space to the adjoining cafe and rooftop deck,” the New York Times reported earlier this year.
Opening with sold-out performance by Jeff Tweedy, the venue is slated to welcome an impressive lineup in the coming months, including Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue (10/4-5), Nathaniel Rateliff (10/17), Band of Horses (10/18-20), Jesse Malin (10/23), The Mountain Goats (10/25-27), The Budos Band (10/29-30), Whitney (11/2-4), The Wallflowers (11/10), and many more. For the full lineup and ticketing information, please visit https://brooklynmadepresents.com/