Kings Theatre

Kings Theatre

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1027 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11226 | (800) 745-3000, United States
King's Theater in Brooklyn NYC
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Great value, Popular with locals, Family-friendly

Go for the concert, stay for the jaw-droppingly ornate decor. This event space dates back to 1929, when it was opened as Loew's Kings Theatre. It closed down in 1977 and was left abandoned until 2010, when a complete renovation turned it into the landmark concert hall it is today. The historic theater hosts music acts from around the world, as well as comedy routines, history tours, dance shows, plays, and more. Just don't forget to take your eyes off the stage for a few minutes, to take in the gorgeous surroundings. 

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