From the heart of Brooklyn nightlife, Elsewhere announces a diverse summer lineup including DJs, live music, interactive art, comedians, and more!
Bushwick, Brooklyn is arguably the epicenter of NYC nightlife, and while there is seemingly fierce competition, several venues stand out from the rest. Elsewhere may be the most unique in terms of the venue itself and its continually complex assortment of entertainment. This summer will see the musical talents of TSHA, Mary Droppinz, Ellen Allien, and the comedic talents of Fred Armisen, just to name a few. And if that diversity isn’t enough, there’s also a summerlong digital art installation from Nina Muro for all to see.
Elsewhere has several unique and appealing qualities that draw locals and travelers alike. First, the rooftop space is open all season, whether hosting a ticketed event or not, so revelers can head outside to chill when attending an indoor show. Second, with three unique stages, many different styles of events can be hosted on one, or multiple, stages. Third, there is a dedicated space that hosts semi-permanent digital art exhibits, each of which is sure to delight your mind.
Further, Elsewhere is part of the consent culture movement that is dedicated to creating a safe space for all. “Our goal is to always deliver on our core mission and provide spaces for all to feel welcome and partake in the joy of radical music,” said Jake Rosenthal, co-founder of Elsewhere.
Past events at Elsewhere have been impressive, especially considering how each one can feel so completely different. Sure, a dark techno event and a live music event are completely different, but the entire venue, crowd, and vibe seem to morph into a unique look and feel; one that is loosely curated by the organizers.
With both global notables and local up-and-comers, there’s always something for everyone on the bill at Elsewhere. Check out the summer lineup with ticket links below and don’t miss out on catching a show there this summer!
Elsewhere Summer 2022 – Lineup:
Elsewhere Summer 2022 – Lineup by Date
- May 26: OSSX (Rooftop)
- May 27: Analog Soul (Rooftop)
- May 28: HAAi (Rooftop)
- May 29: Soul Summit (Rooftop)
- May 31: Digable Planets (Rooftop)
- June 1: Bush Tetras (Rooftop)
- June 3: Xenia Rubinos (The Hall); VNSSA (Rooftop)
- June 4: Axel Boman + Kornél, Kovács (The Hall)
- June 4: Jarreau Vandal (Zone One)
- June 8: Fred Armisen (rooftop)
- June 9: SHOUSE (Rooftop)
- June 11: Riton (Rooftop)
- June 16: POLIÇA (The Hall)
- June 17: Juan Atkins (The Hall)
- June 18: Teklife (Rooftop)
- June 25: Get Wrecked & Carry – Pride (Full Venue)
- June 28-30: Franc Moody (The Hall)
- June 29: Billy Woods (Rooftop)
- June 30: Doss DJ Set (Rooftop)
- July 1: ANNA + ONYVAA (The Hall); Man Man (The Hall); Chippy Nonstop (Zone One)
- July 4: 4th of July with Baltra b2b Ariel Zetina (Rooftop)
- July 6: Sextile (Rooftop)
- July 13: Open Mike Eagle (Rooftop)
- July 14-15: Vansire (Zone One)
- July 14: War (The Hall)
- July 15: Poolside (The Hall); Mary Droppinz (Rooftop)
- July 16: A.G. Cook (The Hall)
- July 19: Erika De Casier (Rooftop)
- July 22: Baby T (The Hall)
- July 23: Ellen Allien (The Hall)
- July 27: San Fermin (Rooftop)
- July 29: Fish Narc (Zone One); TSHA (Rooftop)
- July 31: ABSOLUTE. (Rooftop)
- Aug. 13: Maya Jane Coles (The Hall)
- Aug. 20: Cassy + Francesca Lombardo (The Hall)
- Aug. 27: SOSUPERSAM (Rooftop)