City Winery - NYC

City Winery NYC is thrilled to announce a diverse array of live performances and events coming to our renowned venue at 25 11th Ave, Pier 57, New York, NY. The newly revealed lineup, including exclusive rehearsals, family-friendly shows, and powerhouse concerts, promises to deliver unforgettable experiences for all attendees.

Just Announced Shows:

City Winery NYC proudly announces an eclectic and vibrant selection of upcoming shows and events, featuring a lineup of renowned artists and entertainers. From the soulful jazz performances by David Broza and Omar Avital to the dynamic comedy of Tim Dillon and the comedic brilliance of DL Hughley, there's an event for every taste. Revel in the Disney-inspired tunes of The Little Mermen, laugh with the stars at The Black Ass Comedy Show, or immerse yourself in the unique sounds of DakhaBrakha.

City Winery NYC is thrilled to announce a series of highly anticipated shows and events, featuring a range of talented artists and entertainers. From comedy nights and gospel tours to jazz festivals and acoustic sets, there’s something for everyone at City Winery NYC.

Just Announced Concerts

New York Times best-selling author Alan Paul celebrated the release of his book BROTHERS AND SISTERS: The Allman Brothers Band and the Inside Story of the Album That Defined the 70s with a gala musical celebration at New York’s City Winery on Sunday, July 30th. The house band for the event was Friends of the Brothers, Paul’s own superstar celebration of the Allman Brothers Band, featuring members of the Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts and Jaimoe bands, including guitarists Junior Mack and Andy Aledort.

Happy International Women's Day! City Winery is excited to host shows by women performers at our flagship location as well as City Vineyard this evening in honor of this momentous day. Whether you're joining us for laughs, music, wine or dinner, remember to purchase a commemorative wine bottle with proceeds going to support our partner organizations Sister Reach, Sister Song, and Women's Refugee Commission.

Drew and Ellie Holcomb took the stage at City Winery New York on Friday for night two of their three-night residency at the venue. The couple's visit to the city is part of what's become a traditional annual tour, where they take a break from their solo careers to play together.

Temperatures dropped to single digits on Friday night in New York City, but those welcomed into Wesley Stace's Cabinet of Wonders were offered a warm respite from the blustery city.

Josh Ritter returned to City Winery this week, performing to an eager audience that had been awaiting his performance since he had to cancel the original show back in February due to illness.

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