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Brooklyn Paramount Theater To Reopen in March

The Brooklyn Paramount will kick off its grand opening on March 27 with Damian and Stephen Marley.

After a multi-million-dollar redesign honoring the building's near 100-year history, the Brooklyn Paramount will kick off its grand reopening on March 27, bringing a new 2,700 capacity music venue to Brooklyn’s music scene. 

The planning, design and construction for the project took five years to preserve the venue's Baroque details and Rococo ceiling, alongside modern updates, according to a news release. 

The transformation of the theater, on the corner of Flatbush and Dekalb Avenues, includes a sloped floor for optimal viewing for all fans, seven bars, including vintage liqueurs and a zero-proof menu. The second-level balcony features exclusive member boxes and Ella’s VIP lounge, inspired by Ms. Fitzgerald's intimate 1950s performances. Additionally, the venue will host community and private events.

“The reopening of the historic Brooklyn Paramount is the latest sign that Brooklyn’s art scene is thriving,” said Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso. “I applaud Live Nation for renovating this historic venue where New Yorkers can enjoy the hottest performers right here in Brooklyn. This reopening demonstrates that New York City does not need to reinvent the wheel to bring entertainment and good-paying jobs to our city. I am glad to see the Brooklyn Paramount back, and I look forward to seeing a performance there in the future!”

More than 45 shows are now on sale including PinkPantheress, Norah Jones, Mariah The Scientist, and Brooklyn-native Busta Rhymes, with more acts to be announced in the coming weeks. The first show, on March 27, is Damian and Stephen Marley.