It’s coming back – the Brooklyn Bowl website has confirmed dates for Bowlive IV, Soulive’s eight night residency at Brooklyn Bowl, making its return between March 7-16. The critically acclaimed soul/jazz trio has been making Brooklyn Bowl their temporary home for the past three years, bringing along a bunch of special guests to create some of the band’s most memorable shows. While Soulive has not officially announced guests yet, you can expect more of the same quality of friends to join the band on stage.

Past Bowlive guests include Lettuce, George Porter Jr, Marco Benevento, Karl Denson, John Scofield, Robert Randolph, Bernie Worrell, Ivan Neville, Matisyahu, and Derek Trucks. Guests will either open the show up, or join the band on stage for special collaborations, or both.

Soulive was formed in the late 1990′s in Woodstock, New York, when guitarist Eric Krasno teamed up with brothers Alan and Neal Evans, who handle drums and organ, respectively. Since then, the trio has toured with the likes of The Rolling Stones, Dave Matthews Band, and John Mayer, and has played major music festivals such as the Monterey Jazz Festival, Bonnaroo Music Festival, and the Newport Jazz Festival.

Bowlive is generally brings the best out of Brooklyn Bowl each year. Musically, it’s one of the best experiences of the year. Brooklyn Bool is one of the few venues that you can really spend that much time in, and you get two weeks of top notch music, special guests, and surprises.

Soulive will be at Brooklyn Bowl between March 7-9, and again on March 12-16. Tickets are available now here.