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This decision is not statewide, but could prove to be influential for other NY bars, restaurants and venues looking to bring back live entertainment.
There is only one space in the city that has quietly reopened with limited capacity live shows thanks to a loophole in the rules.
"Despite the fact that coronavirus is not transmitted via sound waves, the SLA just decimated [the venues’] already struggling businesses," the lawsuit states.
The State Liquor Authority has updated their website to clarify new guidelines that specify that restaurants and bars are prohibited from offering live music, ticketed events, and other forms of outdoor entertainment.
The Union Square venue is getting upgrades and new amenities.
If you've been chomping at the bit to see Lenny Dykstra live, then this is your lucky day!
Here are ten shows that are certainly worth your time.
Here is a cheat sheet for those who would like to see some live music this week.
Sail around the East River eating guacamole, drinking beer and taking in the skyline? Yes please!
Maxwell's has decided to close at the end of July.
Cake Shop reached their fundraising goal today, and had help from Clap Your Hands Say Yeah and Surfer Blood, who both played secret shows in support.
Someone says Brooklyn is #4 in the "best live music city" category... you gonna TAKE THAT Brooklyn?
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