Our shows wouldn’t be remembered without the incredible documentation from so many amazing photographers. Today, we honor all photographers who keep live music memories alive with their captivating photographs. Here’s a shout out to all the incredible people who have made memories possible at Brooklyn Bowl.
A longtime friend of the house and exceptional photographer, Marc Millman, never ceases to amaze with his exquisite photos.
Full Album: Juliette Lewis
Vic Mensa got the crowd buzzing on a Monday in July, and Pip Cowley made sure to capture the highlights.
Full Album: Vic Mensa
The talented Blair Hopkins always grasps the energy and color of the room. From our 6th Birthday to a soul inspiring night with the Revivalist, she really knows how to seize the moment.
Steven Pisano never fails to capture the emotional moments musicians experience. He is a true master of his craft.
Full Album: Jeremy Loops
Colorfully rich photos and Scott Harris go hand in hand. A true savant of live music photography, Scott never lets us down when it comes to shooting a show at The Bowl.
Andrew Scott Blackstein has become a go to photographer for pretty much any music related event. Happy to have his mesmerizing photographs in our catalog.
Chad Anderson shot Elvis Costello with the Roots in 2013 and it was a night we will never forget, especially with this encapsulating photo.
Full Album: Elvis Costello and the Roots
Michael Jurick takes the live music experience to a whole other dimension, especially with his photos from Freaks Ball in 2012.
Full Album: Freaks Ball-Stars
Rob Chapman was a key component for capturing moments with Lettuce, Galactic, and many others at the Bowl.
Joe Russo has been a staple to Brooklyn Bowl for years from his coverage of Mike Gordon to the funky METERS. He makes momentous memories with his imagery.
From the early years, we give thanks to the incredible Adam Macchia and his coverage of N.E.R.D and Snoop Dogg in 2010.
Thursday, Jul 18th
“And if you’re drinkin’ well, you know that you’re my friend and I say think I’ll have myself a beer!” We couldn’t have said it any better ourselves, that’s why...
Wednesday, Jun 26th
We’re embarking on a monumental occasion and want to reward our loyal fans who’ve been there for us along the way! It’s been 10 years of non-stop, unforgettable, head-banging, heart-pumping music...
Friday, Jun 21st
We couldn’t be more excited to share that parking is now FREE for Clark County ticket purchasers at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas! As locals, we know how tempting it can sometimes be...
Tuesday, May 14th
On Labor Day Weekend 42 years ago, The Grateful Dead embarked on their most epic show to date, drawing a crowd of over 102K to Raceway Park in Englishtown, New...
Monday, Apr 22nd
In honor of Earth Day 2019, we’ve put together a list of 10 ways you can be more sustainable in our amazing city of New York. As the first L.E.E.D....
Thursday, Apr 18th
It is no secret that George R.R. Martin is a huge fan of the Grateful Dead. Not only has he been spotted in Mexico during Dead & Company’s Playing in...
Thursday, Mar 28th
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas proudly invites you to our Silent Haus Party happening tomorrow, March 28 at 7pm in the upstairs Roxy Room. This ONE NIGHT ONLY pop-up photo exhibit is an event to raise...
Friday, Mar 22nd
It’s a special thing when you can find the same vibe of Brooklyn Bowl outside of our venue walls. At this year’s Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion presented by Harley-Davidson, on...
Tuesday, Mar 19th
We’ve teamed up with Pacifico Beer to give one lucky fan the chance to experience Matador! Soul Sounds for an intimate in-studio session viewing at Relix Magazine’s headquarters in New...
Wednesday, Mar 6th
(click calendar to expand) In March 2014, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas opened its doors with one mission in mind; to deliver the best concert experiences possible to the people...
Tuesday, Mar 5th
There’s a reason why Tower of Power remain as one of the most legendary outfits under the soul genre. With over 50 years under their belt, these pioneers have been...
Friday, Feb 22nd
Visit New Orleans during Mardi Gras and you’re bound to run into the lively funk and elaborate costumes of the Mardi Gras Indians, but insiders know that at the helm...