You can set your watch by how reliably awesome the annual BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival is. Unlike SummerStage, which spreads out across the five boroughs, all BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! shows take place at the beautiful bandshell in Prospect Park, a scenic amphitheater surrounded by trees. Catching one of these gigs is guaranteed to be a highlight of your summer show-going season, whether you're seeing a buzzy indie-rock band, a classic soul or funk group, or one of the best hip-hop artists around.
“This summer is about being together – the power of gathering in this moment of human history,” said Diane Eber, Executive Producer of BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! “Artists can show us the way to heal through creative expression and there's no better place to experience that than the Bandshell. We are so honored to bring another season of magic to our communities at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn!”
RECOMMENDED: Full guide to summer in NYC
What is BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn?
BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! is an annual series of outdoor concerts in Prospect Park. Every year, the schedule features big names in a wide variety of genres.
When is BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn?
The dates for BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! are June 8 to August 6, 2022.
What is on the line-up for BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn?
Saxophonist, producer, and composer Kamasi Washington will kick things off on June 8 and he'll be followed by artists such as Phoebe Bridgers (ticketed), Erykah Badu (ticketed), Kamasi Washington, Vic Mensa, Davido (ticketed), Yemi Alade, Maxi Priest, Chicano Batman, Fantastic Negrito, Crumb, Fonseca, John Cameron Mitchell, Kronos Quartet and Sam Green, The Beths, Khruangbin (ticketed) and more.
How do I get tickets to BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn?
As always, the majority of BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Offerings are free, with a $5 suggested donation, some benefit gigs, however, require tickets.
How do I get to BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn?
The Prospect Park Bandshell is located at Prospect Park West, enter on 9th St or 11th St, Brooklyn. To arrive by subway, take F to 15th St–Prospect Park, or 2, 3 to Grand Army Plaza.