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Krishna Das at Webster Hall

Krishna Das, known as the King of Kirtan (devotional chanting), performs Thursday night at Webster Hall at 7:00 p.m. (Rather incongruously, at 10:00 The House of Burlesque Show kicks off). Bring a yoga mat and a bottle of water to the call and response concert. Don’t worry, you need not know the words. As Das explained to BeliefNet, “The repetition of the holy names reveals a presence hidden within the heart. Something begins to happen that’s very disturbing—we get happy.”