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Le Poisson Rouge Features
Winter Jazzfest 2023 is the Hottest Thing In January
Thursday-Wednesday, January 12-18, 2023
Manhattan Jazz Marathon Friday, January 13
Brooklyn Jazz Marathon Sat, January 14
Chelsea, East Village, Greenwich Village, NoMad, Manhattan
Gowanus & Williamsburg, Brooklyn
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Brasil Summerfest 2022 Brings the Latest Brazilian Music, Dance, Art & Film to NYC
Sunday, July 24, 2022
BAILE FUNK DANCE PARTY
House of Yes
Wednesday, June 29 – Sunday, July 24, 2022
Art, Baile Funk, Dance, Film, Jazz, MPB, Samba
Brooklyn Public Library, DUMBO Archway, House of Yes, Le Poisson Rouge, Lincoln Center, Nublu, Museum of the Moving Image, Steven Amedee Gallery
Continue Reading Brasil Summerfest 2022 Brings the Latest Brazilian Music, Dance, Art & Film to NYC
Le Poisson Rouge News
The Winter Jazzfest showcase is at Le Poisson Rouge and other Greenwich Village nightclubs January 12-18, 2023.
Vieux Farka Touré plays Malian Rock at Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village on Fri, May 20 at 7:30pm (6:30pm doors). From $25. lpr.com
Baile de Favela Carnaval Party is at Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village on Sat, Feb 19 at 11:30pm (11pm doors). From $12. 🇧🇷
Jardín de Reggaeton Winter Party is at Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village on Sun, Feb 20 at 11pm. From $12. 🇨🇴🇲🇽🇵🇷
Aurelio Martínez & The Garifuna Soul Band with Wabafu Dance Theatre, play Caribbean Folk for the World Music Institute on Thu, Dec 16 at 7:30pm (6:30pm doors). From $20. 🇭🇳|🇧🇿🇬🇹🇳🇮🇺🇸
The Bomba Black & White Party is Sat, Dec 4 at 11pm. From $20.
Daymé Arocena sings Cuban Jazz for the World Music Institute Women’s Voices Series on Thu, Nov 11, 2021 at 8pm (7pm doors). From $25. 🇨🇺
About Le Poisson Rouge
Le Poisson Rouge is in the space of the historic Village Gate (1958-1994). It was one of places where jazz and Latin mixed together in the 1960s and 1970s.
In the 1960s DJ Symphony Sid (Sidney Tarnopol, 1909-1984) hosted “Monday Nights at the Gate.” Symphony Sid was the Jazz radio DJ who helped popularize bebop.
In the 1970s, Roger Dawson hosted “Salsa Meets Jazz.” Now legendary artists like Machito, Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri, Dizzy Gillespie, and Wynton Marsalis would get together to jam there
The old Village Gate sign still hangs on the corner of Bleecker and Thompson. Look for it on the second floor.
Le Poisson Rouge Tickets
Le Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker St
(between Sullivan & Thompson)
Greenwich Village, Manhattan
(A)(C)(E) (B)(D)(F)(M) to West 4th St – Washington Square. Walk 3 blocks.
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