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Kamasi Washington is Celebrating New Years in NYC w/ Back-To-Back Performances

Photos by Kevin Liao + Gretchen Villaluna Baria of Moonhouse Productions for Okayplayer.

Still plotting out your end-of-2016 plans? Fret no longer: Kamasi Washington‘s got you covered. Rounding out an extensive year of touring, the Brainfeeder sax man will grace the stage at Brooklyn Bowl for not one, but two nights of high-flying jazz. He’ll perform back-to-back evenings on December 30th and December 31st right here in the Republic of Brooklyn. So if you’ve already missed out on tickets for Kanye’s BK brouhaha at the Barclay’s center, rest assured that your New Years is still in safe hands, and promises to be every bit as epic as Kamasi’s gorgeous 2015 breakout record.

Tickets are on sale now via the link below. But they’ll surely go in a hurry, so get to it while you still can. You can also catch Kamasi Washington on the road out west as we make his way over, the dates for which are listed beneath the link.

>>>Purchase tickets for Kamasi Washington’s NYE show (via Brooklyn Bowl) 

Tour Dates:

Nov 13 Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival Los Angeles, CA
Dec 01 Roseland Theater Portland, OR
Dec 02 Moore Theatre Seattle, WA
Dec 30 Brooklyn Bowl Brooklyn, NY
Dec 31 Brooklyn Bowl Brooklyn, NY
Jan 12 Rialto Theatre-Tucson Tucson, AZ


Zo is a staff writer at Okayplayer where he covers music.

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