Music is just better live. It’s a fact. And this year’s lineup at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center is the perfect opportunity to soak up all of that live-music goodness. Below, check out what’s in store for every genre.
John Legend – August
Head to Brooklyn on August 6 to hear this R & B singer croon “All of Me” (and more).
The Black Keys – September
Jam to this blues-rock duo’s hits, like “Howlin’ for You” and “Fever,” on September 23 or 24.
Justin Timberlake – December
On December 14, watch this pop icon rock your body (’til the break of day).
Elton John – December
Pop champagne as this British icon rings in 2015 with a nostalgic mix of old and new hits.
Want tickets? We have something big in mind: suite seating for 16, complete with a $500 catering credit and parking.
Our Justin Timberlake Boutique is open now. The Black Keys: Suite for 16 at Barclays Center Boutique opens Tuesday, July 1, at 11AM ET, John Legend on July 2, and Elton John on July 3.
By Emily Ketterer, Staff Writer
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OUR GO-TO LOOKS FOR THE CONCERT CIRCUIT
There’s nothing quite like a late summer concert. The days are still long, the air still warm, and the amplifiers still cranked to 11. Whether you’re hitting up a free show on the Brooklyn waterfront or taking in a set at The Fillmore, we believe in looking backstage fresh. Who knows, you might be called on stage for a guest appearance.
Luckily, the solution to the concert fashion quandary is a quick fix. We’re loving the rocker appeal of William Rast, the clothing company founded by Justin Timberlake and Tracy Ayala. This is the look of the world-tour, lifestyle-premium denim (that looks better unwashed, after several consecutive days of wear), tailored leather jackets (preferably in the iconic black of the Ramones), and essential graphic Ts. Of all pieces, the graphic T is most emblematic of the anti-hero vibe that comes from being under the bright lights and elusively answering questions from interviewers. It has sass and attitude, and is not afraid of being in your face. It is the definition of swagger.
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