Gramercy Theatre

Gramercy Theatre

127 East 23rd Street,
New York, NY

Upcoming Events

May 1
116 locations
Metal Alliance Tour
Parking starting at $8
May 3
119 locations
May 3
119 locations
Filter: Make America Hate Again Tour
Parking starting at $10
May 4
117 locations
Bon Qui Qui
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May 5
121 locations
Enter Shikari
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May 6
118 locations
Dweezil Zappa
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May 7
119 locations
May 8
117 locations
Cole Swindell
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May 9
122 locations
HardDRIVE Live 2016 with Sick Puppies
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May 10 - 12
Gary Numan
3 dates
May 13 - 15
Comedy Bang! Bang! Live!
6 dates
May 16
119 locations
Michel Boujenah
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May 17
118 locations
Hard Working Americans
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May 19
116 locations
Fighter And The Kid
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May 20
118 locations
Ripe
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May 21
116 locations
Gary Gulman
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May 25 - Jul 15
None
2 dates
May 26 - 27
The Summer Set
2 dates
May 30
118 locations
Doug Loves Movies
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May 31
120 locations
Before You Exit
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Jun 3
120 locations
Appetite for Destruction
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Jun 7
115 locations
Rebelution
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Jun 9
122 locations
Lacuna Coil
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Jun 10
118 locations
Jun 11
118 locations
5th Annual NY Boylesque Fest
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Jun 14
123 locations
Eve 6
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Jun 16
122 locations
D.R.I.
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Jun 17
121 locations
Motion City Soundtrack
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Jun 21
118 locations
Poison the Well
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Jun 22
123 locations
Haley Reinhart
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Jun 23
116 locations
Mark Lanegan
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Jun 25
119 locations
Dave Barnes
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Jun 26
118 locations
Turbonegro
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Jun 28
122 locations
Flag
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Jul 30
118 locations
Further Seems Forever
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Aug 4
118 locations
Carcass
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Aug 5
123 locations
Architects
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Aug 11
118 locations
Jana Kramer
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Aug 18
121 locations
Sasheer Zamata
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Sep 8
119 locations
Mac Sabbath
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Sep 17
115 locations
The Proclaimers
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Nov 1
122 locations
Huey Mack
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Nov 4
123 locations
Dark Tranquillity
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Dec 20
123 locations
Mar 14
122 locations
Meytal Cohen
Parking starting at $8
May 6
99 locations
Russell Howard
Parking starting at $10

 

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About Gramercy Theatre

The area in Manhattan known as Gramercy Park is interesting being both a private park and a neighborhood. Headlining the unique district is the Gramercy Theatre. More

Just like people who reinvent themselves, the Gramercy Theatre was repurposed several times before becoming a music venue. In the crowded area of Gramercy Park, it is often hard to find parking, but especially so before a show, so it is best to book Gramercy Theatre parking in advance.

 

The theatre was constructed in 1937 by Charles A. Sandblom, in an art-deco style called Streamline Moderne. This style gave off a feeling of modernity and industrial design. The Gramercy Theatre, as a utilitarian vessel for the desires of the age, suited this style perfectly. It began life as a movie theatre before being purchased by the Cinema V chain in the 1950s, showing art-house films. For a time, it showed second- and third-run movies before closing for a few years. It changed from Hollywood classics to Bollywood, then to off-broadway shows, which suited its capacity of 499 seats. The Roundabout Theater Company owned it from 1999 to 2002, until it closed to become property of the Museum of Modern Art.

 

Finally, in 2006, it was purchased by LiveNation to become a concert venue. It was known as “The Blender Theater at Gramercy” from 2007-’09, but soon just became the Gramercy Theatre again. Past musical guests include Jay-Z, the Jonas Brothers, Rufus Wainwright, Counting Crows and Huey Lewis & The News. Though the theatre has been repurposed several times, this is probably its best use, and a good place to hang out with friends. Depending on the concert, finding Gramercy Theatre parking may be hard to find, so booking former Blender Theater parking spaces with ParkWhiz is the best way to get to the show.

 

ParkWhiz is easy; all you need to do is find the game that you want to see, book your Gramercy Theatre parking spot, print out your ParkWhiz parking pass and enjoy the show.

 

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