Various live music performances by Brooklyn-based musicians included Brooklyn Music School’s talented students, The Knights Orchestra, Afro-Dominicano, and Sample Sale Music — with sets from DJ Brina Payne and DJ Spinna in-between to keep the celebratory energy alive.
The Plaza at 300 Ashland isn’t the only location that was primed for the celebration of Brooklyn’s creative spirit. On both Saturday and Sunday, acclaimed arts organizations contributed their own programming, including Brooklyn Academy of Music, UrbanGlass, BRIC, Roulette, Arts Brookfield, and more.
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