Join the North Brooklyn Boat Club for a summer party with food, drinks, bands, and watching the water go past. All proceeds will benefit community programming on the city’s waterways. 6 pm–1 am.
The African-American dance troupe performs. As part of BRIC’s Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival. 8 pm.
A two-day festival to benefit music education. Tonight with Meyerman, The Modulators, Ray Paul and Zombies of The Stratosphere. 8 pm.
Journey through the fantastic world of this downtrodden everyman-turned-warrior. The performance, starring the multifaceted artist Eckszooberante, features puppetry, comedy, dance, violence, and more -- with all the props, costumes, and set designs made of newspaper. 9 pm.
Take a trip back to the 1990’s and relive all the catchy songs that gave the artist their claim to fame. Indulge in their music videos, too! 9:30 pm.
AbunDance Academy of the Arts presents a theatrical performance featuring students and performing artists, all of whom represent Brooklyn in different ways. 6 pm.
This films tells the untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century, such as Bruce Springsteen and Bette Midler. With an opening set by prolific R&B and soul DJ Felix Hernandez. Part of the Summerstage Series. 7–10 pm.
Join the comedian as he bravely holds a pre-emptive wake for himself, only to be interrupted by his guardian angel (Carly Rae Jepsen) who through the power of song will try to convince him that love is waiting for him. 8 pm.
The jazz band releases its album "Rebel Spirits." 8 pm.
The 18-piece live jazz band, led by Don Echoles Conway, performs a free outdoor show. 6 pm.
Honeybee themed concert and party will feature live music, book signings by a variety of authors, and discussions on what it will take to save the honeybees. 7–10 pm.
Featuring Theo Croker, Maurice Mobetta Brown, Marcus Machado, Kendra Foster, and DJ Natasha Diggs. Part of the Summerstage series. 7 pm.
This variety show gets attendees up-close-and-personal with some of NYC’s best talent. With musicians, contortionists, burlesque dancers, magicians, and more. 8 pm.
The musicians perform as part of the Summerstage series. 7 pm.
Join the Steeplechase Beer Garden for a weekly performance from a different artist. 5 pm.
The African dance company hosts a master class to show and teach attendees traditional West African dances. Part of the Summerstage series. 7–9 pm.
A night of rock & roll sideshow circus artistry. Featuring The Stilette-Hoes, Jelly Boy The Clown, Fibi Eyewalker, Velvet Crayon, and more. 10 pm.
Expect to be singing, dancing, and sweating to an eclectic mix of hip-hop, Afrobeat, R&B, and reggae at this celebratory party. Part of the Summerstage series. 7–9 pm.
Audiences will be dancing and swaying in the ocean breeze to swing-era classics, patriotic songs, and lesser known gems from artists like Glenn Miller, Artie Shaw, Benny Goodman, and Count Basie. 8 pm.
An explosive celebration of the high-octane, energetic American rock-n-roll with grit and twang. 9 pm–1 am.
Join Go-Go and hip-hop artists for a night of music and dancing. Part of the Summerstage series. 7–9 pm.
With Drawing Boards, Kino Kimono, and Very Fresh. 8 pm.
On America’s birthday, summer heroes the Beach Boys will bring the fun, fun, fun to the People’s Playground, performing sun-tinged oldies in Brooklyn’s newest music venue. 7 pm.
Senator Marty Golden hosts an outdoor concert. 7 pm.