THROUGH A WORLD OF MUSIC
For 15 years Drom has provided a space in the heart of East Village to celebrate cultural diversity in music from jazz and electronic to soul, hip-hop and world music.
Wednesday, 6:45 PM
Laura Perrudin’s career has been both unusual and eclectic. Brought up on a diet of jazz from childhood, her classical music studies led on to both electronic and traditional music, via soul and hip-hop, through her encounters with innumerable musicians,…
Wednesday, 9:00 PM
A Piece of Colombia in New York - A fundraiser event to benefit the 6th Festival Selva Adentro.Selva Adentro (Into the Jungle) is a festival of the arts that offers dance and peace workshops, and bridges the urban and rural…
Thursday, 7:00 PM
Drom is proud to present Grammy®-nominated Pedrito Martinez is in residency. Pedrito is recognized as the world’s leading Afro-Cuban percussionist.
Friday, 7:00 PM
Sex Mob began merely as a setting to feature the slide trumpet of leader Steven Bernstein, but has grown into a band with a much larger mission: to put the fun back in jazz music. After assembling the band (Bernstein,…
Saturday, 7:00 PM
Close your eyes and you can hear the Doors. Open your eyes and you can see them. The Soft Parade does the Doors justice.
Saturday, 11:00 PM
We are excited to announce that our Roda de Samba is back home at DROM NYC. We shared amazing moments at this venue, and now it’s time to create many others! Opening the night we have a set from the…
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DINE WITH US
Drom serves delicious small plates from several countries including Spain, Turkey and Italy. There is an eclectic wine list with wines from expressive vineyards from all over the world. Then there is our delicious cocktail list and liquors.
“New York’s premiere venue for world music”
– WALL ST. JOURNAL
“Drom is haven for world music in a neighborhood packed with rock clubs.”
– THE VILLAGE VOICE
“This afro-Mediterranean club/bar brings welcome international flair to an otherwise mundane Alphabet City strip.”
– NY MAGAZINE
“Drom’s new home for the nomadic New Yorker”