One of NYC’s hottest entertainment venues. Unparalleled sightlines for 17,732 welcome sports fans (Barclays is home to the Brooklyn Nets of the NBA and the NHL’s Islanders), and audiences of up to 19,000 can be accommodated for musical performances. Acts such as The Who, Muse, and Rihanna have already performed here. The area is centrally located in Brooklyn and highly accessible, with several subway lines across the street as well as the Long Island Railroad’s Atlantic Terminal.
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Barclays Center620 Atlantic Ave.
New York City Activities
10 Sports Teams You Must Visit in New York City
New York City is the place to be on America’s East Coast and offers something for everyone, but if you happen to be a lover of sports then it is highly recommended that you book into a hotel, get out your travel guide, and take in some of the most famous franchises in American sporting history.
12 Fall Concerts to Check Out in NYC
As always, New York has an impressive line-up of musical talent on the schedule this fall. Get a jump on your seasonal plans, and check out a diverse slate of concerts you can see in the city as the weather gets cooler. Get loose at the Forest Hills Stadium with Willie Nelson, see new acts like Lizzo and Mahalia own the stage, and enjoy Big Bird playing with the big band at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Here are 12 concerts to check out after Labor Day in New York City.
The Best Trivia Nights in Brooklyn
If you’re gearing up for your appearance on Jeopardy! or just want to feel smart in front of strangers, you need a round of trivia. These nine Brooklyn bars offer up trivia for anyone with a head full of obscure history factoids and Homer Simpson quotes. Team up with your friends, and you might score free drinks, gift cards, or other prizes—that is, if you can rattle Steve Guttenberg’s birthday off the top of your head.