With more and more people getting COVID vaccines, live music is slowly starting to return to NYC, including at Bushwick music venue The Sultan Room (and connecting restaurant The Turk's Inn), which has begun to reopen. They've announced two new event series, both taking place outdoors on their roof. The first, "Sultan Room Under the Stars," features shows from Mirah (June 30), Daddy Long Legs (June 2), Rubblebucket co-founder Tōth (May 12 and May 19), Ron Gallo (May 5), Native Sun (April 21), Garcia Peoples (June 23), and more. Most dates have early and late shows, and you can see the lineup so far below.
The second rooftop series, "Sultan Sundays," is day parties that happens on Sunday afternoons starting at 3 PM, featuring local DJs and party promoters. They're also hosting events inside the venue, including drag shows and comedy, and they've opened a new street cafe, where they'll hold smaller events like trivia and markets. Find their current schedule in full on their site.