Celebrate Brooklyn

Prospect Park Bandshell
Sadly the 2020 season has been canceled due to the Coronavirus. We look forward to sitting together and raising a glass to those we have lost, those that worked at the forefront of this awful moment. To raise a cheer for Brooklyn. For Queens. For Sta... more

Sadly the 2020 season has been canceled due to the Coronavirus. We look forward to sitting together and raising a glass to those we have lost, those that worked at the forefront of this awful moment. To raise a cheer for Brooklyn. For Queens. For Staten Island, the Bronx and Manhattan. To celebrate one other. Summer of 2021 will be a joy1


Founded in 1979, Celebrate Brooklyn! is one of New York City's longest-running, free, summer outdoor performing arts festivals. Top shelf musicians as well as dance & movies are mainly free throughout the summer. Some shows require purchase of tickets in order to fund the free stuff!

The entrance to the Prospect Park Bandshell is located at Prospect Park West & 9th Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn.


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Prospect Park Bandshell
Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 855-7882
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  • to 15th Street, Brooklyn

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