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Joe's Pub, a program of the Public Theater, is an independent, non-profit music venue, dedicated to supporting performing artists at every stage of their careers.
We play a vital role in fulfilling the Public's mission to serve audiences and artists alike, as an active member of New York City's creative community. Every evening, we pair vibrant culture with genuine hospitality.
BelO’s sound is a sublime mixture of Jazz, Worldbeat, Rock, Reggae, and Afro- Haitian traditional rhythms known as “Ragganga.”
This special event will feature Kool Keith and Ced-Gee performing classic Ultramagnetic MCs songs and sharing stories and history about the making of their iconoclastic catalogue.
Tatiana Eva-Marie, along with her Avalon Jazz Band and special guest, will invite you into a musical journey from New York to 1930s Paris with songs old and new, both in French and English, with accents of New Orleans jazz, French chanson réaliste, and Gypsy influences, celebrating the legacy of Django Reinhardt.
Jeremy Kittel’s music inhabits the space between classical and acoustic roots, Celtic and bluegrass aesthetics, and folk and jazz sensibilities.
Told through the soundscape of a contemporary score amalgamated with traditional Chinese folk music and Mandopop, EASTBOUND is a new bilingual musical about the unexpected meeting of two brothers from opposite sides of the world, their quests for survival, and the power of choice.
Stephane Wrembel's new album, The Django Experiment V, is a continuation of a special series of recordings. The concept is a tribute to the great guitar master, Django Reinhardt; mixing compositions and influences from other landscapes of the musical world, aiming to create an inner journey for the listener.
Join Christina Courtin and The Knights to celebrate the release of Christina's newest record Situation Station.
Directed by Hannah Ryan (Resident Director, Hamilton), Riot Song is a thrilling new docu-play with music, recounting the tragedies and triumphs of New York’s LGBTQ community through the voices of those who witnessed them first-hand.
Pianist and composer David Haney and legendary drummer Bernard Purdie will bring another performance of New York Jazz Stories to Joe’s Pub.
Part self-help seminar, part autobiographical exorcism, Adam Enright’s GOOD BITCH GOES DOWN will show you how one man went from heartbroken to heartbreaker in 70 song-filled minutes.