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Brooklyn Bowl updates: Galactic adds shows, Robert Randolph changes times

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Galactic, now playing two sets tonight and tomorrow.

Brooklyn Bowl is still feeling its way around Las Vegas, and the venue has adjusted a few concerts on its upcoming schedule accordingly.

Funky New Orleans jam band Galactic, which began a 12-night mini-residency at the Linq venue last night, has added 10 p.m. shows tonight (March 27) and Friday (March 28) to go with its midnight sets on both nights. Those shows, along with Saturday's midnight set, are now priced at $10, and attendees who come for the 10 p.m. sets can stay for the later performances without paying again.

Pedal-steel guitar wiz Robert Randolph, originally scheduled to play "super late night" 4 a.m. sets on Saturday, April 5 and Sunday, April 6, will instead play 9 p.m. shows on Friday, April 4 and Saturday, April 5, to go with his already-planned "brunch" sets at 1 p.m. on April 5 and 6. Tickets for all four shows are $10.

The venue has also announced some new additions to its calendar: Mimosa and Star Slinger on April 23, Lauryn Hill on May 14 and Leftover Samon with Billy Payne on July 2 and 3.

Lastly, Brooklyn Bowl has announced that bowling will be free this weekend for Las Vegas locals with a valid form of identification.

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