Dance Theatre Etcetera

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Red Hook Fest 2015 (Photo: Tod Seelie)

The Red Hook Fest

Thursday, June 4, 2015 to Saturday, June 6, 2015

The 22nd Annual Red Hook Fest

Featuring live music and dance on the beautiful Brooklyn waterfront. Plus fun activities for all ages like free kayak rides in New York Harbor (c/o the Red Hook Boaters), face-painting, a Red Hook trivia contest, and more.

FREE and open to the public.

THURS JUNE 4 Cocktail Hour Kick-Off (6pm-8pm)

FRI JUNE 5 Block Party/Community BBQ (6pm-8pm)

SAT JUNE 6 Mainstage Performances (12pm-7pm)

Featuring performances by:







Thursday Night, June 5th (6pm-8pm)

DTE will be hosting a cocktail hour to kick off the festival. Eat, drink, and learn about Dance Theatre Etcetera's 20+ years of work in the Red Hook community and where we stand today. Inquire for details.

Friday Night, June 6th (6pm-8pm)

Community Celebration with free BBQ & DJ Dance Party @ PS 15 Playground (71 Sullivan St, Brooklyn) 

Join the neighborhood for a celebration of Red Hook. Food and music, fun games and activities for kids. Presented in conjunction with Good Shepherd Service's Red Hook Community Center Beacon at PS 15. We'll be serving food off the grill (first-come, first-served!) while a DJ keeps everyone moving.

Saturday June 7 (12pm-7pm)

Mainstage Performances & Cultural Activities @ Louis J. Valentino, Jr. Park & Pier (Coffey & Ferris Streets, Brooklyn)

(Rain date for Mainstage Events: Sunday, June 8th 12pm - 7pm)

Featuring performances by a world-class lineup of bands and dance companies (see "Featured Performers" on right) on the beautiful Brooklyn waterfront, plus fun activites for all ages like kayak rides in New York Harbor (c/o the Red Hook Boaters), hands-on drawing activities, and a Red Hook trivia contest (with prizes!). Also featuring over 150 Brooklyn youth performers, representing the next generation of artists in Brooklyn. Emceed by Kymbali Craig.

The Red Hook Fest is supported, in part, by public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, former Council Member Sara M. Gonzalez, the New York State Council on the Arts, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, and Con Edison. Additional support provided by the NY Water Taxi, GBX Gowanus Bay Terminal, Fairway, Verizon MarketingWerx, The Realty Collective, The O’Connell Organization, Movers Not Shakers, Cornell Paper and Box Company, Jofaz Transportation, Apple Bank, Ridgewood Savings Bank, and Chase Bank.