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• The Immortal Lee County Killers are back to shake up The Echo, along with Shaky Mallard and Gentlemen Callers, starting at 8:30 PM. Tickets are $8 advance, $10 day of. [18+]
• Cave-In, Doomriders and Lorene Drive are playing an early show at the Knitting Factory, starting at 6:30 PM. Tickets are $10 advance, $12 day of.
• From 7 PM until midnight, be part of the US premiere of TRIP, a multi-media, multi-continent series of films, music and art, featuring Frank Otto, Bernt Koehler-Adams, Andy Garcia, Chris Kennedy Lawford, Wolfgang Petersen and others. Taking place at Track 16 and Berman/Turner Projects D5 at Bergamot Station.
• Comedian Aziz Ansari gives one more performance before returning to the land of Gothamist, tonight at 9:30 PM at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. Tickets are $8.
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