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Steve Grand peforming tonight at SubCulture, the NYC hotspot for LGBT performers

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Openly gay music star Steve Grand will be performing tonight at SubCulture, a performing arts and event space in the subterranean space of the Culture Project Theater in NYC (at 45 Bleecker St. in downtown Manhattan).

Tickets to see Grand's performance tonight are sold out but, as a brand new performance space, Subculture has been host to some white-hot stars so check out their schedule for some of their great upcoming performances and appearances, such as Wil Wheaton vs. Paul & Storm and the Ruth Moody Band. LGBT musicians and LGBT allied musicians Mary Lambert , Dessa, Macy Gray, and now Steve Grand have come through the venue in the first 4 months of programming.

SubCulture has also played host to some unique theater events that have come through the space also appeal to a large LGBT audience - like Fringe NYC and Ramin Karimloo's intimate residency in August.

SubCulture is is the first venture from Kaplan Music and Entertainment. Formed by brothers Marc and Steven Kaplan, music entrepreneurs and lifelong lovers of the arts, Kaplan Music and Entertianment is "an incubator for ideas known and unknown." Their vision for SubCulture was to create a a music and performing arts venue in downtown Manhattan that does not identify as a club. A space that could behave more like an intimate concert hall, with the focus on the performer, to create a unique connection between artists and the audience. SubCulture plays host to a dynamic range of performances, genre-defying music series, and stimulating cultural presentations.

SubCulture can be found online at http://www.subculturenewyork.com ,on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/subculturenewyork, on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/subculture_nyc, and on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/subculture_nyc.

 

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