Thursday, February 24th, 2022
CEG & Brooklyn Bowl Present

Karina Rykman + Neighbor

Limited Lane Availability until 9pm

$17-20 Get Tickets
Doors: 6:00 PM / Show: 8:00 PM 21+ Years
Karina Rykman + Neighbor

Event Info

Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl
61 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Valid photo ID required at door for entry

Doors: 6:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM

In accordance with the New York City “Key to NYC” vaccination mandates, Brooklyn Bowl has updated its COVID-19 Policy 


All guests must show proof of 2 vaccine doses (1 dose if Johnson & Johnson) with a matching photo ID.

Accepted proof of vaccination:

Any guests, including ticket holders, unable to provide adequate proof of vaccination will not be granted entry into the venue.

Masks are encouraged unless actively eating or drinking.
All Brooklyn Bowl staff are fully vaccinated.


Artist Info

Karina Rykman

If you listen to Karina Rykman’s public playlists on Spotify, you’ll hear a diverse set of artists strung together through careful curating. These playlists are products of a rich education in music and culture. Karina’s pursuit has been to find groove, artistic integrity, and liveness in music and to spread its gospel by putting her enthusiasm behind it.

In 2016, Karina joined the Marco Benevento trio, replacing her “guru” Dave Dreiwitz (Ween). In the many U.S. tours, trips to Japan and the UK since joining the band, Karina has developed a permanent and powerful presence in the band, playing headlining shows, festival sets, and opening for bands such as Dispatch, Vulfpeck, The Claypool Lennon Delirium, Guster, and many more. Aside from her gigs with Benevento, Karina’s musical résumé has almost grown too large to keep track of, but includes highlights we’d be remiss to exclude: a performance on the Today Show with pop artist Julia Michaels, a now-famous soundcheck at Madison Square Garden with Phish, playing in the backing band (in front of Howard Stern, at Radio City Music Hall) on America’s Got Talent with a flame-spewing helmet on her head, gigs with the Everyone Orchestra (featuring Robert Randolph, Al Schnier, Alan Evans, Aron Magner, and many more), one-offs with the likes of John Medeski and Billy Martin, and finally, the formation of her own band.

The namesake band features Karina on bass and vocals, Adam November on guitar (and loopers and effects), and Chris Corsico on drums. Though initially an all-improv act, in the calendar year where that changed (2019) quite a bit happened. Karina put out two singles: “Plants” and “Elevator” – the songs have garnered six-figure streaming numbers + air time on Sirius XM Jam On. A few live highlights include opening for Khruangbin at the Capitol Theatre, playing moe.down and Hulaween, headlining Rough Trade in the Spring then moving up to Brooklyn Bowl in the Fall, opening for Guster at Higher Ground, and headlining clubs across the North East. The group has welcomed special guests including Skerik, Nels Cline, Robert Walter, and more. And this is just the beginning.


In just under a year the musical juggernaut Neighbor has become one of the most exciting and unpredictable live acts on the jam scene today. The brain child of vocalist and keyboardist Richard James (Pink Talking Fish) and guitarist Lyle Brewer (formerly of Ryan Montbleau Band), Neighbor combines ambitious composition, soulful balladry and a fearless approach to their lengthy improvisations. Rounded out by bassist Dan Kelly (The New Motif) and Dean Johnston (Club D’elf) the band has honed their craft at their Tuesday night residency at Thunder Road in Boston. The venue is the home for their loyal fan base of “Neighbors” who on any given night could be witness to 5 new original songs, a 50 minute jam, guest bagpipers, songs written for audience members, a full original rock opera or a Christmas themed Halloween show. There’s no surprise that the word continues to spread about this exciting group of musicians. Come down and see what’s good in the neighborhood.

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