Capacity: Hall: 675, Zone One: 250, roof: 500
Type of acts: Buzzy acts from all genres, including indie rock, pop, rap, electronic, and more.
What’s great about it: Three venues in one -- a big main hall, an intimate smaller room, and a sprawling rooftop for summer concerts -- Elsewhere truly has it all. Since it opened in late 2017, the Bushwick venue has become the preeminent spot for hyped-up new bands from out of town to perform, while veteran acts further along in their careers routinely rock the main room (Jay Som and Chastity Belt, for example, are both coming up on the calendar). It’s not uncommon to see two -- or even three -- shows in a single night across various stages (though you’ll need separate tickets for each). During the summer, there are few places better than Elsewhere’s rooftop, where DJs and various pop acts start a party just as the sun sets over Manhattan.