The 25th Annual Red Hook Fest: Artist as Citizen

The 25th Annual Red Hook Fest: Artist as Citizen

The 25th Annual Red Hook Fest: Artist as Citizen

P.S. 15/Patrick F. Daly School | IKEA’s Erie Basin Park | Red Hook

The 25th Annual Red Hook Fest: Artist as Citizen returns to the Brooklyn waterfront on June 1 and 2, 2018, featuring FREE live music and an unparalleled dance festival. The Fest brings community workshops, free resources, family activities, games, face painting, and world-class performers to IKEA’s Erie Basin Park on Saturday and a pre-party at P.S. 15/Patrick F. Daly School on Friday night.

FRI JUNE 1, 2018 Community Cookout & DJ Dance Party (5:30pm-8: 30 pm)
P.S. 15/Patrick F. Daly School
(71 Sullivan St, Brooklyn)
Performances by: DJ Mikey Palms!

SAT JUNE 2, 208 Mainstage Performances (2pm-7pm)
IKEA’s Erie Basin Park
(1 Beard Street)

Live music & dance on the Brooklyn waterfront with performances by:

Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE
Bombazo Dance Company
More Artists to be Announced!

In addition to our exciting lineup of professional mainstage performers, we’re also happy to have several youth groups, community groups, activities, and resources, including:

Youth Groups performing at 25th Annual Red Hook Fest:

Purelements: An Evolution in Dance
Solomon Goodwin/MVP
MS 353k- Arelah’s Dance Academy



This year's fest includes the Red Hook Fest Bike Tour. Originating in lower Manhattan with several stops along the way, bikers can make their way along one of NYC’s most scenic routes to the 25th annual Red Hook Fest.


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