A look inside Bushwick Block Party 2013 (photos)

Double Dutch, live music and cold beer kept the sun-soaked crowd busy at the fourth annual Bushwick Block Party.

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  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Bushwick Block Party

Photograph: Jena Cumbo

Bushwick Block Party

For the fourth year in a row, the Bushwick Block Party took over Moore Street—and the courtyard of its sponsor, Roberta’s—for an afternoon bash with dance tunes, Double Dutch demos and day-drinking. Despite waiting in line to get in, the attendees we found seemed to be in good spirits, whether entertaining themselves by watching two-on-two basketball or rapping along to the night's headliner, Queens-based rapper Action Bronson. Despite the presence of Miley Cyrus shirts, sparkly pink flamingos, and other crimes against fashion and nature, there was also some do-gooding involved: 10 percent of pizza sales went to hunger nonprofit St. John’s Bread and Life.


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