• Celebrate Brooklyn Presents Joan Osborne in Prospect Park

    Joan Osborne / The Jazz Passengers: The Supremes Project

    With her brand new album Breakfast in Bed, an homage to the great soul and R&B of the ‘60s and ‘70s, Brooklyn’s own JOAN OSBORNE has reconfirmed her status as one of the most powerful and versatile singers of her generation. “her voice, all on its own, conveys whole choirs of feeling.” (Rolling Stone) The wild and wooly JAZZ PASSENGERS, whose “irreverent, sometimes gorgeously cinematic music somehow manages to orbit both Sun Ra and the Marx Brothers,” (New York Magazine) take an instrumental approach the classic songs of The Supremes. A special commission for Celebrate Brooklyn.

    More Info Here 

  • 01. Celebrate Brooklyn Presents The Neville Brothers in Prospect Park

    The Neville Brothers

    New Orleans’ royal family of funk brings the bayou to Brooklyn to open our 29th season. For more than 30 years Art, Charles, Aaron and Cyril have been turning out some of the tightest grooves and closest harmonies known to man, from classic albums like Fiyo on the Bayou and Yellow Moon to the triumphant 2004 reunion Walkin’ in the Shadows of Life. With young Ivan on keyboards adding another generation of sound, the Nevilles’ “spicy funk, heavenly ballads and righteous roots connections” (Rolling Stone) have never been more potent.

    Concert is FREE.

    More Info Here

  • Celebrate Brooklyn 2007 Schedule

    Kicking off on June 14th with the Neville Brothers!

    Full Schedule Here

  • 01. Josh Wink at the Bunker

    Resident DJs: Spinoza, Derek Plaslaiko

    Luna Lounge 361 Metropolitan Avenue

    Williamsburg, Brooklyn (Map)

    More Info Here

  • 01. Kate Simko at the Bunker

    Resident DJs: Spinoza, Derek Plaslaiko
    Luna Lounge 361 Metropolitan Avenue

    More Info Here

    Williamsburg, Brooklyn (Map)

  • 02. Ryan Elliot at the Bunker

    Luna Lounge

    361 Metropolitan Avenue
    Williamsburg, Brooklyn (Map)

    With residents: Spinoza and Derek Plaslaiko


    More Info Here

  • 01. Flavorpill Presents One Step Beyond at the Planetarium

    Rose Center for Earth and Space
    9:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
    Advance purchase (online only): $25
    Code: OSB
    At the door:
    9:00 to 10:00 p.m.: $20
    10:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.: $25
    Ticket price includes Space Show and a free pass to the Museum for future use.

    You must be 21 or older to attend this event. I.D. is required.

    Hall of the Universe

    The Hall of the Universe pops it and drops it with the turntable slams of Devlin & Darko of Spank Rock fame, and hosts the killer cuts of Baltimore gutter music impresario Aaron Lacrate (Milkcrate NYC), serving up hip-hop mixed with old-skool, crunked flair.

    The Powerhouse

    In the Powerhouse, Brooklyn-based Foreign Islands serve up a mix of nu-rave and punk, while partygoers are also treated to the aural sensations of Hess (aka Hess is More), a Danish artist and musician who lays it on with a nuanced blur of Cagian thought and complex rhythms. In Europe his music has been heard in film, theater, and multimedia exhibits. Between the instruments, the electronica, and the jazz background, Hess finds your soul while relieving you of mundane thoughts. Also mixing and matching beats are the Bassbin Twins (Bassbin Records), who throw down their impressive turntable skills, moving among breaks, house, and choppy drum ‘n bass..

    More Info Here

  • Nickodemus at Le Souk

    Sunday, June 10 Daytime @ LeSouk Continues.. This week featuring the one and only Nickodemus from Turntables on the Hudson along with Live guitars by Zeb! The Party Starts at 2pm with an opening set by Moos.

    This party starts 2pm and just keeps on going!
    2-4pm – Free sangria
    4-6pm – Free brazilian bbq from Carne-vale
    4-9pm – 2-1 pitchers sangrias and $5 tiger or braha beers
    All day – Loads of the infamous Sunday Sessions debauchery.

    Le Souk
    47 Ave. B.(btw. 3rd & 4th st)

    Sunday, June 10th
    2pm – 4am | Free


  • NYTimes Op-Ed piece about dancing restrictions

    “The need for public, celebratory dance seems to be hardwired into us…Without dance, we risk loneliness and anomie.”

    Dance, Dance, Revolution [Nytimes]

  • Francois K. at Cielo

    Deep Space
    Resident Francois K
    Time 9p-4a
    Genre Dub, cosmic grooves


  • Under the Bridge Block Party, Brooklyn

      DJs Dietrich Schoeneman, Fatjo, DJ CT, Dr. Wundt, C-Tag, Huge, James Alderwood, Justin Johnson, Dan Desumthn, Loxias & DJ Truth, Morgan Stoner & Fig, Damien Copacetic & Rocksteady, J. Dacunha & Lonald White, Kech, Christian Bruna, Odi, DJ MSG, Moises, Sin-D & Trae-Ann, Imperial City Music, The Dealers, Plexus, Juan Guavira, Bill Velin, Christy Love, Jack McDevitt, Fliss, Tommy Etzi, Dan Orestes, Jolo
    Time 11a-7p
    Genre eclectic

  • Mr. Ozio at Studio B

    Residents JDH, Dave P
    Where Studio B
    259 Banker St (Greenpoint, Brooklyn)
    Price / Age $12 / 18+


  • Afterparty for Love’s Secret Domain Art Exibition

    Live Bands: Flaming Fire, The Bloody Wallets
    Live: David Last (Wolf + Lamb, Goosehound | NYC)
    DJ: Attentat (Dope Recordings, Wolf + Lamb | Denver)

    Plus Resident DJs:
    Derek Plaslaiko
    (the Bunker, Spectral | NYC)
    Spinoza (the Bunker, Wolf + Lamb | NYC)

    Where Luna Lounge
    361 Metropolitan Avenue (Williamsburg, Brooklyn)
    Time 9p-4a
    Genre techno, house, electro, eclectic ecstatic party sounds

    Warm Up 2007 features a new curatorial team led by David Weinstein, Jason Drummond, and Zach Layton and promises a summer-long adventure into the wild, the unexpected, and the dangerously danceable. Each Saturday, music and performances will revolve around a theme or guest host. Objektivity, Tummy Touch, Rong, DFA and other music labels have been invited to assemble six-hour programs featuring their most exhilarating artists. Added into the weekly mix is challenging new work from innovators in audio technology, new instruments, new media, and experimental sounds.

    Full Lineup Here

  • El-P and guests at Irving Plaza

    El-P w/ DJ Mr. Dibbs, the Mighty Quin, Hangar 18, Yak Ballz, and Slow Suicide Stimulus

    Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza (17 Irving Pl, 212.777.6800)

      $22 / $20 advance


  • Danny Krivit Boat Party

    Tickets available @ Groovetickets
    Also later in the week @ our usual ticket locations:
    Dance Tracks – 91 E. 3rd St, NYC – 212-260-8729
    Satellite Records – 259 Bowery, NYC – 212-995-1744
    Advance Tickets $28 (+ Handling Fee)
    At the gate (if there any left) $38
    Departs from: Circle Line Cruises Pier 83 W42nd St, Hudson River, NYC
    Boarding Time: 7pm
    Cruse begins @ 8pm SHARP! & returns @ 11pm

    info: 212-978-8869

  • Make Music NY!

    The first annual MAKE MUSIC NEW YORK is coming to New York this June 21!

    For one day a year – the first day of summer – public spaces in all five boroughs will become informal musical stages for all New Yorkers, amateurs and professionals, to perform for friends, neighbors, and passers-by, turning the city into a festival of live music making.

    More than 300 cities around the world, from Paris to Panama to Phnom Penh, celebrate their own “Make Music” events each June 21st. Join us for the first year in New York!


    More Info Here: http://www.makemusicny.org/

  • Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival all day performances!