Silent Barn is cleaning out and painting its new building at 603 Bushwick Avenue in anticipation of a January opening. (Volunteers are needed.) The once-illegal, now legit music and performance venue shut down last year after a robbery at its original warehouse in nearby Ridgewood, Queens. A successful Kickstarter campaign got the group back on their feet, and they recently signed a ten-year lease on a 10,000-square foot work-live space between Melrose and Jefferson Street. So that leaves only underground Bushwick music venue Market Hotel, shuttered since 2010, to rise from the ashes.
Silent Barn Relocates to Bushwick for Silent Barn 2 [Tiny Mix Tapes]
Silent Barn Returns [L Magazine] GMAP
Silent Barn Ready to Get Loud Again [Times Newsweekly]
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