Brooklyn Comes Alive Set to Take Place Sept. 29

The one day fest features over 50 performances across three Brooklyn venues

The fourth annual Brooklyn Comes Alive was just announced and will include it’s fan favorite venues, Brooklyn Bowl, Music Hall of Williamsburg and the latest addition, Rough Trade. With this new addition it make all the venues with in a 6-block walking radius from one to the next. Brooklyn Comes Alive is set to take place Sept. 29.

Poster courtesy of Brooklyn Comes Alive press release.

The one day festival has 50+ artists including some of the best all-star tribute sets and one-time-only super-groups. Brooklyn Comes Alive allows the 50+ artists to carry out passion projects, play with their musical heroes and collaborate in never-before-seen formations. Past performing tributes have included Herbie Hancock, Earth Wind & Fire, the Allman Brothers, Jamiroquai, and Green Day over the last three years. Brooklyn Comes Alive is known for giving bands like [Br]eaking [Bi]scuits(members of the Disco Biscuits and Break Science), their debut and are now known for having nationally touring projects.

New this year is the Jam Room Presented by Jam Cruise. The Jam Room is a staple of the Jam Cruises and allows artists to collaborate in an open, relaxed atmosphere, put together by three hand-picked curators.

Each attendee will receive a wristband that grants access to every venue and makes hopping from set to set easy to go from one venue to another. Blind faith on-sale for general admission and VIP tickets for the event will begin on on June 20. The 2018 lineup will be announced soon.

For more information visit their website.