Manhattanites might get Billy Joel every month until the end of time, but Brooklynites are arguably getting a better deal. Every month for the next year, the seminal experimental pop band They Might Be Giants will play a residency show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, ensuring that we all get to have a tiny birdhouse in our souls.
But which residency really gives you the most bang for your buck? Let’s go to the tape!
They Might Be Giants ActBill JoelOne show a month until the end of 2015, whether they sell out or not. DurationOne show a month until the shows stop selling out or he just does not feel like doing them anymore. Each show will focus on a different classic album or songs from the Dial-A-Song project. ThemePiano Man, every month. $25 for one show or $100 for four shows plus a free t-shirt.Ticket prices$87–$145.550 people.Venue capacity18,200 people.The L train.Artist transportation to showsPrivate helicopter from and to his Long Island house.1,545 songs, including alternate versions, unreleased songs, live versions, and announceme