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The concert venue is routinely delivering solid live acts like Flight Facilities, who played this past weekend.

Brooklyn Bowl carries the torch for live electronic music

March 3rd, 2015

The concert venue is routinely delivering solid live acts like Flight Facilities, who played this past weekend.

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