Open Mics in Brooklyn, NY
No artist info… yet! We welcome musicians, comedians, poets, and performers of all kinds to bring their best and take the stage.
Sign-up begins at 8:30PM with performances to begin at 9PM. Performances are capped at 7 minutes.
Our backline includes a piano, 4 chorded mics, Ampeg’s BA-210 2x10″ Bass Combo Amp, and a Marshall DSL401 Guitar Amp.
Starr Bar is a social justice bar with zero tolerance for racism, sexism, homophobia, and transphobia. We expect all performers and audience members to treat each other with respect and we will intervene with performances that do not follow these guidelines.
This event has no cover, but we amicably enforce a 1 food/drink item minimum.
Grab a drink and sing your heart out!
Bring your gear and get here. Signups at the door and fun starts at 8:00 PM. 2 songs or 10 minutes whichever comes first.
Beer specials provided by Radeberger.
Captive audience and great atmosphere!
Bushwick Public Open Mic hosted by Joe Crow Ryan
Tuesday August 13th (and every tuesday after *fingers crossed*)
at Bushwick Public House 1288 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY (a few blocks away from the mics' old home at Little Skips)
8pm start time
Get ready for this new venue for our Second Decade of Bushwick open Mic.
A versatile and accepting open mic. We strive to create a safe space for all humans. We've hosted singers and musicians to performance artists and magicians.
Come and express yourself and show what you've got!
A featured artist begins at 7:30, open mic begins at 8 pm.
FIRST 20 FREE ENTRY TO A RAFFLE!
Doors open at 7pm
Open Mic starts at 7:30pm
NEED SOMETHING TO GET YOU OVER HUMPDAY, BUT NOT MAKE YOU TO OVERSLEEP IN THE MORNING?
Breakout of the mundane at Brooklyn's newest open mic & stage for artists
Spoken word, open mic, live music and food!
2.21.18 The theme of the night is Black Excellence! Featuring Drexton Clemons and The Trumpet Kid Zachary Durham!
We promote a clean and artistic environment.
SUPPORT ARTS EDUCATION & ENJOY YOURSELF AT BCA WEDNESDAYS!
Limelight At CorletteNY is held in the heart of Bed Stuy, convenient to the G train at Bedford-Nostrand! CorletteNY, a Caribbean taqueria that specializes in island-inspired tacos as wells as classic island dishes! Allow us to be your mid-week getaway with the sounds of Neo Soul, a complimentary cocktail and good eats.
There is an Open Mic portion from 7-7:30 where we have 4 slots each week!
We then have an Open Discussion Topic, where the audience has a chance to chime in on everything from local topics to entertainment news!
We have a guest feature every week to provide live entertainment. Flyer and details can be found on our social media
#LimelightAtCorletteNY is held every Wednesday from 6-9 and is hosted by Barry Barz (@barry_barz) & Tan Carter (@tancarter) with DJ Def Soul (defsoulnj).
Cover includes a complimentary cocktail!
#LimelightAtCorletteNY "Neo Soul and Spoken Word the way it should be"
LIMELIGHT At CorletteNY
Doors Open at 6PM
193 A Nostrand Ave.
Bay Ridge’s legendary Greenhouse Café is home to “Original Thursdays”, the finest original music showcase in South Brooklyn and an energetic open mic! We provide a warm, friendly atmosphere for artists to come and entertain a supportive audience.
Host Max Christopher curates a prime selection of musical acts for the featured sets every week from 8:30PM-10PM. Each of the three featured acts receives ~30 minutes to showcase their original songs. From 10PM to the end, our open mic allows for a wide variety talent to shine, from music and poetry to comedy and magic!
Our backline includes an acoustic guitar, an electric guitar amp, and a digital piano. We ask that all artists keep their acts light on noise and explicit language. No acoustic drum kits are allowed, but electronic kits and hand drums (bongoes, cajones, etc.) are welcome!
We love to see artists off all stripes at “Original Thursdays”! Happy entertaining!
For further inquiries, message “@greenhousethursdays” on Facebook.
FEATURED SETS: 8:30PM-10PM
OPEN MIC: 10PM
The FYAHouse Open Mic Series is a monthly Arts & Social Justice series which highlights the various challenges to young people in public housing and beyond; topics such as suicide prevention, police harassment & brutality, gun and domestic violence. After each monthly performance of poetry, music, dance, and/or video/film FYAH company members will facilitate a youth panel discussion to address the issues presented each evening.
$10 suggested donation but pay what you wish, youth under 25 get in FREE!
**NOTE: All Performing and supporting youth will be provided with a full dinner and transportation at the end of the night (must coordinate in advance). If any one is interested in performing at future events, please contact FUREE at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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