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New York City’s Irving Plaza concert venue has announced their reopening, confirming a lineup of more than 40 shows through next spring.

Country music’s Ashley McBryde is set to kick-off the series on August 17.

This will be the first anyone has seen of the newly renovated music hall since parent company Live Nation shut its doors in 2019, with a promise to improve layout and enhance listening experience for up to 1,200 guests.

Located in Mahattan’s Union Square, Live Nation has retained many of the the ballroom-style theatre’s architectural charms, some dating back to the turn of the century. This latest remodeling focuses on the VIP experience, with an added private bar and balcony-level box seats, as well as an improved artists’ lounge.

General admission ticket holders can expect an expanded lobby and bar area, “improved sightlines” and better WiFi connectivity, according to a press release.

Presale tickets for a number of shows go on sale this week on Ticketmaster, including Ashley McBryde, Noah Cryus, Guided By Voices, Ben Folds and Jesse McCartney.

Current bookings below and on the Irving Plaza website:

August 17 – Ashley McBryde
September 10 – Guided By Voices
September 12 – Ben Folds
September 11 – Colter Wall
September 16 – J.I.
September 20 – Middle Kids
October 3 – Andy Mineo
October 8 – The Struts
October 10 – The Black Dahlia Murder
October 15 – Lotus
October 17 -Toadies & Rev Horton Heat
October 19 – Kevin Gates
October 21 – State Champs
October 24 – Princess Nokia (Governors Ball Presents)
October 25 – The Record Company
October 30 – City Morgue
November 5 – Armor for Sleep
November 6 – JP Saxe
November 10 – Ruston Kelly
November 11 – Elder Island
November 13 – Pouya
November 15 – Jesse McCartney
November 19 – Jelly Roll
November 21 – Envy On The Coast
November 23 – The Lemonheads
December 1 – lovelytheband & Sir Sly
December 10 – Juice
December 18 – The Slackers
December 19 – Lagwagon
December 30 and December 31 – Ripe
February 2 – Mother Mother
February 17 – K. Flay
February 25 – The Jungle Giants
March 10 – INHALER
March 11 – Knuckle Puck
March 18 – Relient K
April 2 – Moonchild
May 10 – Haken & Symphony X
May 21 – The Dead South

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