Brooklyn's latest indie music venue is coming to Bushwick.

Elsewhere, a 24,000-square-foot recently converted warehouse, is going to be one of the most decked out performance venues in Bushwick.

Elsewhere will have a general performance area, smaller performance area, full rooftop-bar, and an art gallery.

Now you can check out both rooftop bars and rooftop farms in Bushwick.

Converting an old warehouse into a concert hall fit for Brooklynites cost a cool $3 million, so here's hoping it does as well as we're thinking it will.

Elsewhere is considered the follow up to Williamsburg's Glasslands, an indie music performance venue of a similar vibe that closed for good in 2015 with one last New Years Eve show.

After Glasslands was forced to close its doors, owners quickly took to looking for a new place to set up their latest indie concert venue.

Elsewhere hopes to book artists similar to those who once performed at Glasslands.


Some of the acts that performed at Glasslands during its glory days were Courtney Barnett, Titus Andronicus, Acrylics, and FKA Twigs.



No official dates have been set for when Elsewhere will officially open its doors, however, the venue is projected to be up and running this upcoming fall.

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[via Time Out] [Feature Image Courtesy Curbed]