BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn!
For the past 43 years, BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival has been the summer-long outdoor concert and performance series that celebrates talent from around the world and around the block, presenting global music icons, legendary jazz artists, chart-topping indie bands, gravity-defying dance troupes, large-scale film projects and public art installations. The Festival has become one of the city's foremost cultural attractions and a beloved summer tradition.
The 2021 season of the free festival will kick off ￼at 7:30pm on Saturday, July 31st (doors open at 6:00pm) with R&B singer/songwriter Ari Lennox as the headliner, Brooklyn-based rapper and poet KAMAUU and Jamaican-bred R&B artist Nesta as openers.
The BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival will take place at reduced capacity in accordance with New York State’s COVID-19 compliance policy and CDC guidelines. While the Festival will remain free of charge, RSVPs will be required, social distancing will be implemented, and either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test will need to be shown; however, these terms remain subject to change.
Stay tuned for additional details on the 2021 season as they’re announced! For more information on artist lineup, tickets and more, visit bricartsmedia.org/live.
Venue: Prospect Park Bandshell
141 Prospect Park West
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