Celebrate Brooklyn! (at the Prospect Park Bandshell)

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  • Celebrate Brooklyn

    Photograph: Virginia Rollison

    The Decemberists/Best Coast play at the Prospect Park Bandshell

    Celebrate Brooklyn
  • Celebrate Brooklyn

    Photograph: Virginia Rollison

    Sufjan Stevens at Prospect Park Bandshell

    Celebrate Brooklyn

Celebrate Brooklyn

Photograph: Virginia Rollison

The Decemberists/Best Coast play at the Prospect Park Bandshell

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  • Address:

    Celebrate Brooklyn! (at the Prospect Park Bandshell) Prospect Park West
    Prospect Park
    Brooklyn

  • Cross Street:

    at 9th St

  • Venue phone:

    718-855-7882

  • Venue website:

    bricartsmedia.org/cb

  • Transport:

    Subway: F, G to 15th St–Prospect Park or Seventh Ave; 2, 3 to Grand Army Plaza

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Neutral Milk Hotel + Circulatory System

Indie rock

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Jeff Mangum’s reunited cult indie-rockers played six New York–area gigs in January. The group’s shows have been selling out so swiftly—and garnering such praiseworthy, nostalgic reviews—that they’ve continually bolstered their already-massive tours. Here,...

Neutral Milk Hotel + Circulatory System
  1. Tue Jul 22 – Wed Jul 23
  2. Celebrate Brooklyn! (at the Prospect Park Bandshell)
  3. $45, advance $39.50
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