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September 20, 2022

Brooklyn Bowl Announces Four Performances By Gypsy Swing Band Gogol Bordello In Celebration Of New Year’s Eve

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September 8, 2022

The Friday Night Jam & FANS.live Announce High Holidays – A Suite Of Spiritually Driven Holiday Services

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September 7, 2022

Williamsburg Brooklyn Bowl Announces Full Fall Lineup 

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June 29, 2022

Brooklyn Bowl, Espolon, And Relix Announce Bowlive Celebrating Brooklyn Bowl’s 13th Anniversary With Soulive  Ft. George Porter Jr.

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BROOKLYN BOWL

Brooklyn Bowl, ranked the #1 busiest club in NYC and #7 busiest club in the world in 2017 (Pollstar), is the ultimate night out, with its groundbreaking integration of premiere music, 16 lanes of bowling, a bar featuring locally crafted beers, and food by the acclaimed Blue Ribbon restaurant group. Located in the beautiful, 19th-century Hecla Iron Works building, the venue -- aka "rock and roll heaven" (Village Voice) -- boasts a sound system and amenities that "no other local rock club can offer" (The New York Times).

Wearing its homegrown values on its sleeve, Brooklyn Bowl is as committed to locally made products -- serving award-winning beer from the adjacent Brooklyn Brewery -- as it is to environmental sustainability -- it's the first L.E.E.D.-certified bowling alley in the world and serves paper straws. And the food? "Epic," says Eater. In other words, Brooklyn Bowl's unprecedented combination of top-flight music, bowling, beer and food is "like nailing a spare on a four-ten split" (The New Yorker). 

Lucas Sacks

Lucas Sacks is the Director of Booking for Brooklyn Bowl Williamsburg & Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia.  Brooklyn Bowl Williamsburg is an 850 capacity 23,000 sq ft concert venue, bowling alley, restaurant, and bar hosting live music since July 2009. Brooklyn Bowl has been ranked annually within Pollstar’s top 10 global club-size venue ticket sales figures. Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia is a 900 capacity multi-floor version of its sister venue in Brooklyn, opened in November 2021 in the up-and-coming Fishtown neighborhood.

Lucas has been a part of the Brooklyn Bowl Talent department for 10 years, where he started as an intern and rose through the ranks. He books & oversees multi-departmental coordination of upwards of 700 concerts & music-related events per year including residencies, underplays, charity/fundraising events, original content creation & production across both cities’ venues.

Lucas also books the annual Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion 3-day, 24-band Official SXSW showcase event.

Prior to Brooklyn Bowl, Lucas served a brief stint at Velour Music Group as a day-to- day manager for acts Soulive, Lettuce, Gramatik, Break Science, & Kaki King.

Lucas graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science from the Bandier Program for Music & Allied Entertainment Industries at Syracuse University in 2012.

Lucas resides in Greenpoint; a few minutes’ walk from Brooklyn Bowl Williamsburg.

Emma Tietze

Emma Tietze has been involved in the live events industry for nearly 10 years in various capacities from event promotions and on-site event management to successful sales leader closing multimillion-dollar programs. Emma has a lifelong passion for live music which is reflected in the success in her career working at Brooklyn Bowl, Manhattan Center, and CBS Radio.

As the Director of Sales & Events at Brooklyn Bowl Williamsburg, Emma was recruited to expand new business development opportunities, grow revenue, and build Brooklyn Bowl's private event market business. She led the development of strategic market analysis and go-to-market plans including the creation of profitable new products and services. Emma is deeply involved in the Events Marketing industry by being featured at industry events, most recently as a panelist at the Women Building Women Summit at Webster Hall in January 2020. 

Emma is a member of International Live Events Association (ILEA) New York Metro Chapter’s Board of Directors and prior to Brooklyn Bowl was the Event Sales Manager at Manhattan Center where she contracted large-scale events worth millions of dollars in new business in their two historic venues: Hammerstein Ballroom and the Grand Ballroom. One of Emma's first experiences in the live events industry was at CBS Radio working at live events throughout the tristate area and executing major corporate sponsorship programs.

Peter Shapiro

Independent music entrepreneur Peter Shapiro’s eclectic career path has encompassed a range of celebrated projects. His experience operating the iconic rock club, Wetlands in New York City inspired his recent venue projects: opening multiple Brooklyn Bowls and the restoration of The Capitol Theatre.

In 2014, Shapiro entered into an exclusive deal with Phil Lesh, by which the Grateful Dead co-founder performed at Shapiro’s venues and events. In July 2015, Shapiro created Fare Thee Well, Celebrating 50 Years of the Grateful Dead. The heralded event took place over five nights at Levi’s Stadium in the San Francisco Bay Area and Soldier Field in Chicago, earning acclaim as “the biggest concert by one band in America. (Rolling Stone)”

Shapiro is the founder of Lockn’, an annual four-day music festival defined by its creative, collaborative programming, which has drawn over 30,000 fans to a farm in rural Arrington, VA. He also created Jazz & Colors, an experiential music event held in such iconic locations as New York City’s Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, along with Chicago’s Field Museum.

He serves as publisher of Relix Media Group overseeing the iconic print publication Relix Magazine, the highly trafficked music website Jambands.com and digital ad agency, Hear & There. Billboard acknowledged the collective success of his endeavors by naming him to their Power 100 lists of 2015 and 2016.

Some of his other projects include the Jammy Awards, America’s largest Earth Day event and the IMAX concert films U23D and All Access. He also co-founded the retail / online brand, Stone Fox Bride. In 2017, Shapiro oversaw the live steam broadcast of the Women’s March, and served as Executive Producer of the March for Science on Washington’s National Mall.

Shapiro sits on the board of a number of civic and charitable organizations, including: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (where he is a voting member), New York Public Radio, New York City Parks’ Arts Committee, Central Park Summerstage, HeadCount and The Lowline. He also co-founded the environmental consulting firm Green Order.

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