This evening at New York’s Brooklyn Bowl, moe. will take the stage for the first of three consecutive performances that will roll out nightly from May 18 through 20. The gigs For those unable to attend the concerts in person, the entirety of the band’s stand will now be livestreamed via

The Brooklyn Bowl shows function as celebratory markers for the band, who will ring in their 30th anniversary during their time on stage. Attendees can anticipate the group to deliver their effortless blend of sonic instrumentation, tongue-in-cheek humor and sensational stage presence, which has fueled the last three decades of live performances.

moe.’s Big Apple gigs arrive at the tail end of their winter/spring tour, which consisted of an extensive jaunt through the Northeastern and Southern regions of the U.S. Along the way, the group has performed with their newest addition, Nate Wilson. 

Wilson began sitting in with the ensemble while Chuck Garvey recovered from a stroke in November 2021. The keyboardist became an official member in January and will accompany the band at all performances, including their Brooklyn Bowl stand. 

Tonight’s performance at the Brooklyn Bowl marks the first time moe. has performed at the fabled Williamsburg, N.Y., venue since 2019. Three-night passes are sold-out, with limited tickets remaining for Thursday, May 18, and Friday, May 19. Advance tickets for Saturday, May 20, are also unavailable, although a limited number of passes will be held at the door. For tickets, follow this link.

To livestream moe.’s Brooklyn Bowl stand, passes are available in a single-night format or a multi-evening streaming bundle, allowing viewers to soak in every bit of the band’s stage time. To purchase livestream access to moe.’s three-night run in New York, visit