To close what turned into a gorgeous day, Chop and Quench (also known as The Fela! Band), brought their full musical heft to deliver an unforgettable performance. Bathed in the plaza’s pink and purple lights and backed by the setting sun, the ensemble drew in the crowds with two hours of music that celebrates the late Nigerian musician Fela Kuti.
Downtown Brooklyn Partnership would like to thank the artists, musicians, arts organizations, and audience members that helped make this year’s Downtown Brooklyn Arts Festival such a special event.
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