Events

Lost & Found:

Please email lost@publicassemblynyc.com with a description of your lost item, your full name, and a phone number where we can reach you. We are not responsible for lost items or dignity, but will do our best to help you reclaim the former.

Hours:

We’re generally open 7 nights / week, with events starting in the 7-10pm range. We’re open as late as 4:00 AM. Hours are subject to change and vary per-event, so please check our calendar for specific details before coming by.

Location:

70 North 6th Street (between Kent + Wythe)
Brooklyn, New York, 11211
Google Maps / MTA Trip Planner

From the (L) Train:
Bedford Avenue Stop
Exit the train at the Bedford & North 7th exit;
Walk 1 block South to North 6th, and turn right.
We’ll be on the left just after Wythe

From the East River Ferry:
Just walk out of the park and up North 6th St,
we’re about 1 block in on the right.

Driving From Manhattan:
1. Get on the Williamsburg Bridge
2. Take the Bway W exit toward I-278 W/Staten Is
3. Sharp right onto Broadway, Slight left to stay on Broadway
4. Take the 2nd right onto Berry St Turn left onto N 6th St

Admission & Tickets:

All Events are 21+ unless otherwise specified.
No valid photo ID = No entry.

Public Assembly sells advanced tickets for select events through Ticketweb. Currently, Public Assembly does not have a walk-up box office.

Cover charges vary per event. Please see our calendar for specifics.

We Gladly Accept Your Hard Earned Money:

– Night of tickets are Cash Only
– Bar accepts cash & all major credit cards
– Both rooms have ATM machines

Seating:

For some events PA has limited cabaret-style seating. Most events are standing room only. If you’re in need of special accommodations for health reasons, please send an email in advance of your arrival to office@publicassemblynyc.com

Set Times:

Times vary per event. Remember: there is real-world time (NYSE, NASA, etc) and “rock time” which is sometimes slightly altered by the unique personalities and lifestyle choices of the modern artist. We do our best to run a tight ship.

Cameras & Recording

If you’re bringing in pro-gear or are recording for a media company, please contact the venue within 24 hours of the event you’d like to document. Write to both Duncan (booking) and Eric (Production).Permission varies per event with artists’ consent.

If you want to grab kewl pix w/ yr smartphone for your fan-blog, by all means snap away. It’s always nice when you give us link-backs to our site (publicassemblynyc.com), or Twitter (@publicassembly)

Things You Will Be Quickly Kicked Out / Banned For Doing:

– Throwing things
– Smoking anything
– Stage diving
– Bringing outside beverages
– Fighting or harassing people
– Tagging

Credits & Copyright

All original content (c) 70 North 6th Bar Corp DBA Public Assembly. Reposted media from other sites, blogs, etc is used solely to document great performances at Public Assembly and to help promote artists playing here. Please respect the copyright of original authors. If you see media posted here that violates your copyright, please send us an email to admin@publicassemblynyc.com.

Some photos on this site are by Tamara Porras, http://www.tamaraporras.com

Also, Public Assembly stands by Free Culture, Creative Commons, Question Copyright, Public Knowledge, The Electronic Frontier Foundation and other organizations working to improve the fairness and flexibility of copyright.