Pop-punk reggae act Ballyhoo! hit New York
From 09 February 2013 To 09 February 2013Address
Gramercy Theatre, 127 E 23rd St, New York, NY 10010, United States
Ballyhoo! are a band that were formed in the Maryland town of Aberdeen way back in 1995.
Debut album 365-Day Weekend came out in 2000 and was met with a considerable degree of critical acclaim.
Their sound is characterised by a distinctive blend of pop-punk with rock and reggae influences - and needless to say, this makes them a sensationally entertaining live fixture.
On February 9th, they are due to travel to New York to play a gig at the Gramercy Theatre, with support coming from Echo Movement.
General admission costs just $17 with all booking fees thrown in - and visitors to the city might want to consider booking rooms at the Millennium Broadway Hotel New York.
This is because the accommodation is around a mile-and-a-half away from the venue.
The distance is easily covered in less than ten minutes in a car - and there is nothing simpler than jumping in a cab in the Big Apple.
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