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We are thrilled to be welcoming you back to in-person events at BAM! Our utmost priority is the health and safety of our staff, artists, and audiences.

As of August 16, BAM requires proof of Covid-19 vaccination for all visitors and staff. We are continually adapting our policies in adherence with the most up-to-date health and safety protocols.
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TICKET INFORMATION
Kiki and Herb
“... slashingly funny ... entertainment—part cabaret, part rock and roll, part Victorian melodrama.”
—Alex Ross, The New Yorker
Nov 30—Dec 4, 2021
Kiki & Herb SLEIGH at BAM
Music | Holidays at BAM

Created by Justin Vivian Bond and Kenny Mellman

BAM DEBUT

 
Prepare yourself for sleighing belles, rabid yells, and tidings of joy from New York’s most iconic “nonagenarian” lounge act, Kiki (Justin Vivian Bond) and Herb (Kenny Mellman). A match made in—depending on who you ask—a 1934 Western Pennsylvania children’s asylum, the 90s San Francisco club circuit, or the dawn of time, this relentlessly fabulous duo makes its BAM debut with a brand-new holiday spectacular.
“The Statue of Liberty. The Empire State Building. Kiki and Herb. The famous pair has become one of New York’s Landmarks.”
—Timeout NY
Whether it’s an evening at Carnegie Hall, a sold-out run at Joe’s Pub, or Kiki & Herb: Alive on Broadway, Bond and Mellman’s signature cocktail of boozy banter, pop-culture shmaltz, and claws-out cultural critique has charmed this city for more than two decades. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to witness legends in action, belting Christmas classics off their long-out-of-print 2000 album Do You Hear What We Hear (Tori Amos’s “Crucify” as part of the “Whose Child is This?” medley, anyone?) and slinging enough cheer to choke down even this helluva holiday season.
ON SALE DATES
SINGLE TICKETS ON SALE
Thu Oct 14
BAM Members & Patrons
 
Wed Oct 20
General Public
 
 
RUN TIME
Approx 1h 30min
VENUE
TICKET INFO
TICKETS START AT  $35
All performances will adhere to protocols developed in accordance with New York State regulations and in consultation with medical professionals for the safety of our artists, audiences, and staff.