Star-studded night featuring Lorraine Leckie & her Demons, Robot Princess, Duckspeak, and Doug Linse! More details TBA.
All ages, no cover
W/ Kid Hawk, Clinical Trials, and more TBA!
"I guess we could cruise down one more time..."
That's right folks, if you missed it last time, we're doing it again. This time to celebrate the *closing* of the David Bowie Is exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum, Dalton Deschain & the Traveling Show will be covering the ENTIRETY of David Bowie's seminal album "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust & the Spiders From Mars." Although this time we might have some other surprises in store as well...
Also featuring Dolly Trolly playing a collection of old-school Bowie and other hits, and Manimals covering all of Hunky Dory! If you're a Bowie fan, this is a CAN'T MISS EVENT with NO COVER CHARGE.
July 7. Music starts at 8, Ziggy starts at 11. No cover, 21+.
We’re throwing a show to celebrate the release of our new single, “Some Dark Magik”! It’s also Dalton’s birthday! Plus we got amazing dance-pop sensation T0SKA!
10pm, no cover, all ages
Dalton Deschain & the Traveling Show cover all of David Bowie's glam rock masterpiece The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars!
In conjunction with the Brooklyn Museum and the David Bowie Is exhibit, the Way Station presents and evening of classic David Bowie albums.
8:00 - Dolly Trolley performs Let's Dance
9:30 - The Manimals perform Hunky Dory
11:00 - Dalton Deschain & the Traveling Show perform The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
21+, no cover
8:00 - Andrew Heermans
8:45 - Mike Shoykhet
9:30 - Lucky Witch & the Righteous Ghost
10:15 - Robot Princess
11:00 - Duckspeak
11:45 - Dalton Deschain & the Traveling Show
No cover, all ages
Dalton Deschain & the Traveling Show Present: DEVIL'S NIGHT
Many spooky surprises in store, costumes, covers, and a KILLER lineup that has to be seen to be believed!!
Featuring Jesse R. Berlin, Taylor Slow, and Maude Gun.
9pm, RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/503165286700554/
9:20 pm: Ray Brown
10:00 pm: Kid Hawk
10:40 pm: Dalton Deschain & The Traveling Show
11:20 pm: Lorraine Leckie and Her Demons (Residency)
11:59 pm: Phoebe Blue & the Make Baleaves
"ROBERTA" EP release show! No cover, all ages, free copies of the new EP and book! More acts TBA
The Traveling Show returns to the NYC scene at the Rock Shop! Set times TBA!
WE NEED YOUR HELP. Dalton Deschain & The Traveling Show are filming their first music video at Sidewalk Cafe, and we need you to be there! The video is for our number 1 hit jam in 50 countries "Freakshow," and a portion of it will have us performing with people dancing and singing and flailing and generally looking like they're having fun/needing immediate medical attention. THAT'S WHERE YOU COME IN.
To help entice you to be a part of this, we've enlisted some help to make the night a true party. To kick off the night, I'm so excited to introduce a brand new supergroup to the NYC scene called The Neuromantics, consisting of E.W. Harris (Sky Captains of Industry), Phil Harris (Sky Captains of Industry, Dalton Deschain & The Traveling Show, The Travelers), and Matt Cranston (of Matt Cranston and a million other projects).
Then, once the filming is done, the afterparty will be led by 3 out of 4 out of 5 members of Robot Princess, whose brand new album "Tentacles" is out probably any day now and is amazing. This whole night is going to be one big party, and we're PULLING THE DAMN TABLES OUT.
We only ask one thing of you: dress up like a character. Any character. You can be a ninja, a wall street banker, a salsa dancer, Michigan Governer Rick Snyder. Although the song is called "Freakshow," so the weirder the better, but just come dressed as anything. If you literally don't have anything weird to wear, we will do peoples' makeup at the show as well, so still come down!!
This all goes down Sunday, May 8 at Sidewalk Cafe, starting at 7pm! No cover!
For one night only, in honor of the film’s 15th anniversary, local circus-punk act Dalton Deschain & the Traveling Show will be covering the entire soundtrack from Hedwig and the Angry Inch! The soundtrack for this cult movie phenomenon is still the gold standard not just for rock musicals, but for all glam rock albums. Put on your wig and makeup and come sing along to faithful and loving covers of songs like “Origin Of Love,” “Wig In A Box,” and “Angry Inch,” plus a song that was cut from the original Off-Broadway production!
Benefit show for Fruit of the Vine Ministry Poverty and Crisis Relief at Lovecraft Bar, featuring one of our favorite acts in NYC, 2/5 of Robot Princess!
21+, $5 at the door. Set times TBA!