Rough Trade NYC is a combination record store and concert venue located on 64 North 9th Street in Brooklyn, New York, between Wythe and Kent Avenues. It originally opened in November of 2013, but the concert venue portion of the establishment had to briefly close down shortly thereafter due to noise complaints. Luckily for fans of indie music everywhere, however, the place re-opened in March of 2014 and has been going strong ever since. The venue itself can fit approximately 250 people. Though a small venue, its immediate connection to a classic indie record store gives it plenty of special charm as a place where you can enjoy music, food and drinks in a relatively relaxed atmosphere. During shows, however, the record store typically closes down temporarily and staff moves all merchandise to a place where it won't interfere with performers and audio equipment. Reserve your place at this chic little spot. Get your Rough Trade NYC tickets at StubHub today.
What kinds of artists typically perform at Rough Trade NYC?
No. There are no Rough Trade NYC seats in the concert area. There are, however, some seats in the mezzanine area, but these are not arranged for people in wheelchairs. If you are in a wheelchair or have Rough Trade NYC tickets with someone who is, you may wish to stay in the general concert area while sitting in your wheelchair. However, it is recommended that you ask the staff to provide you with the best accommodations possible.
What are some restaurants and bars near Rough Trade NYC?
A small cafe that serves coffee and pastries is located on the premises of Rough Trade NYC. However, if you want more food or drinks, you can go to the Amami Bar and Restaurant for Japanese food, Cafe Mogador for Moroccan food, the DOC Wine Bar or Mable's Smokehouse & Banquet Hall.
Is parking available near Rough Trade NYC?
There are a number of parking lots and garages nearby for those who attend Rough Trade NYC events, including NYC Parking on 34 North 7th St., the Sherman Parking Garage at 113 North 12th St. and Icon Parking at 149 Kent Ave.Back to Top