Site not look beautiful? Click here

A&E

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas reveals full opening lineup featuring Jane’s Addiction, Cake and more

Image
Gogol Bordello, performing Saturday night at the Cosmopolitan.
Photo: Chase Stevens

Brooklyn Bowl

Following a teaser lineup revealed Monday night, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas announced a fuller concert schedule slated for the venue at the Linq this spring and summer.

In addition to previously announced acts, including an opening party with Elvis Costello and The Roots, plus multi-night runs from Primus, Jane’s Addiction and Gogol Bordello, the expanded lineup will feature Cake, Local Natives, Chance the Rapper, Thievery Corporation and many more, with a total 35 artists set to perform from March through the end of August.

Modeled after the popular New York venue of the same name, the 80,000-square-foot, 2,000-person-capacity concert hall-cum-bowling alley is scheduled to open this March at the Linq, with the first shows on March 8 and 9 with Bowlive featuring Soulive and special guests.

“We are thrilled to bring the unique Brooklyn Bowl vibe to Las Vegas,” Brooklyn Bowl co-found Peter Shapiro said in a statement. “This multi-sensory, free-standing performance venue will allow people to have a full dining, social and concert experience under one roof.”

A complete list of artists and performance dates for Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas is below. Tickets for the majority of shows will go on sale Saturday, February 1. For ticket purchases and more information, visit the Brooklyn Bowl website.

March 8-9: Bowlive featuring Soulive with special guests

March 14: The Roots

March 15-16: Elvis Costello and The Roots

March 19: Brett Dennen

March 20-22: Cake

March 20-22: Karl Denson's Tiny Universe (late)

March 23: Local Natives

March 26-29, April 2-5, 9-12: Galactic (late)

March 29-30: Lettuce

April 5-6, 19-20: Robert Randolph & the Family Band (late and brunch)

April 10: Bonobo

April 12: Big Gigantic

April 14: The Naked and Famous, The 1975, White Lies

April 15: The Green

April 16-19: Trombone Shorty (late)

April 17: Chance the Rapper

April 18-20: Phil Lesh & Friends

April 20: The Infamous Stringdusters (late)

April 24-26: O.A.R.

April 25-26, May 2-3: Gogol Bordello (late)

May 1-3: Primus

May 5: Twenty One Pilots

May 8-10: Jane’s Addiction performing Nothing's Shocking

May 22-25: Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk & Soul Rebels Brass Band

May 29-31: Tedeschi Trucks Band (early)

May 29-31: Soulive (late)

June 5: Black Label Society

June 10-11: Thievery Corporation

June 13-14: Steve Winwood

August 7: Chromeo

August 29-31: The Avett Brothers

To be announced: The String Cheese Incident

Share
Photo of Andrea Domanick

Andrea Domanick is a reporter covering arts, entertainment and the behind the scenes stories of life in Las Vegas. Before ...

Get more Andrea Domanick

Commenting Policy

  • What makes their show so fun? Organic herbs, booze and stretching.

  • U2 perversely takes musical cues from acts it has famously influenced—Coldplay, The Killers and Arcade Fire.

  • The show felt like a defining moment for our music scene, and the band played like it knew that.

  • Get More Music Stories
Top of Story