Indie rock favorites, The Strokes, have confirmed a New Year’s Eve show at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center along with IDLES and Hinds. This will be their first New Years show in two years with this one coming on the heels of they latest Grammy-award. Tickets will be available and
The concert will be produced by leading touring entityLive Nation, the world’s preeminant live entertainment company comprised of global market leaders: Ticketmaster, Live Nation Concerts, and Live Nation Sponsorship.
At this time, under a current New York City mandate, ticket holders are required to have at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose to attend an event at Barclays Center. Concertgoers can visit the arena’s health and safety page for any updates to this mandate, along with a list of other safety measures and protocols.
The Strokes released news of their upcoming NYE concert after recently headlining at Miami music festival, III Points and Atlanta’s Shaky Knees as well as their highly anticipated sold out show at The Forum in Los Angeles. Most recently, they made an appearance this past Halloween weekend at Outside Lands in San Francisco. Those that won’t be able to catch the NYE performance can rest easy, as the group have released numerous dates performing at festivals and select stadium dates along with Red Hot Chili Peppers in 2022.
After releasing, The New Abnormal, their first album in seven years, the anticipation skyrocketed the album to chart topping status in 2020. Their latest Grammy is one in a long list of achievements as 2021 marks the twentieth anniversary of their record-shattering and universally beloved debut album, Is This It.
THE STROKES LIVE
December 31 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY
May 21 Corona Capital Guadalajara, Mexico
June 3 Primavera Sound Sant Adrià de Besòs, Spain
June 10 Primavera Sound Sant Adria de Besos, Spain
June 12 Tempelhof Sounds Berlin, Germany
July 6 NOS Alive Lisbon, Portugal
July 8 Lytham Festival Lytham, U.K.
July 9 TRNSMT Glasgow, Scotland
July 22 Splendour in the Grass Yelgun, Australia
August 3 T-Mobile Park Seattle, WA*
August 6 Allegiant Stadium Las Vegas, NV*
August 10 Suntrust Park Atlanta, GA*
August 12 Nissan Stadium Nashville, TN*
August 14 Comerica Park Detroit, MI*
August 17 MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, NJ*
August 19 Soldier Field Chicago, IL*
August 21 Rogers Centre Toronto, ON*
August 30 Hard Rock Stadium Miami, FL*
September 1 Bank of America Stadium Charlotte, NC*
September 3 Citizens Bank Park Philadelphia, PA*
September 8 Nationals Park Washington, D.C.*
September 15 Camping World Stadium Orlando, FL*
September 18 Globe Life Field Arlington, TX*
*with Red Hot Chili Peppers