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Deer Tick Returns to Brooklyn Bowl for Second Annual NYE Residency

After last year’s triumphant six-night run, Deer Tick will return to Brooklyn Bowl on December 30th and 31st for their second New Year’s residency. Last year’s stint, which Consequence of Sound called “truly phenomenal performances that will live in a place of revere for years to come,” sold out five of its six night runs, and featured original favorites from Deer Tick’s extensive catalogue, reimagined covers of Devo, The Beatles & Elvis Costello, as well as special guest performances by Sharon Van Etten, Stevie Nicks, Vanessa Carlton, & Titus Andronicus’s Patrick Stickles.

Deer Tick have long walked a tightwire between total despair and fractured resilience, and their latest album, Negativity, represents a heroic leap forward on virtually all fronts for the Providence, Rhode Island-based band. Sounding as sure-footed as one would expect from a band who have spent a couple of hundred nights each year on stage for more than half a decade, both Deer Tick’s live and recorded performances are heartbreaking, fist-pumping, and ultimately life-affirming.

Tickets for the December 30th 8:30 PM show and the December 31st 9:00 PM New Year’s Eve show on sale now on Brooklyn Bowl’s website, for $30 and $50 respectively. Guests to be announced.


 

About Brooklyn Bowl

Brooklyn Bowl is the ultimate night out, with its groundbreaking integration of premiere music, 16 lanes of bowling, a bar featuring locally crafted beers, and food by the acclaimed Blue Ribbon restaurant group. Located in the beautiful, 19th-century Hecla Iron Works building, the venue — aka “rock and roll heaven” (Village Voice) — boasts a sound system and amenities that “no other local rock club can offer” (The New York Times).

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