The National’s Bryce and Aaron Dessner return to curate the second year of Crossing Brooklyn Ferry, a three-day music festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Running April 25th-27th, the event features “bands, songwriters, improvisers, composers, new music ensembles, and filmmakers from all corners of the New York City arts scene,” plus film screenings and a Saturday late-night dance party.
The Roots, Solange, and TV on the Radio will headline this year’s festival. Other notables include Dirty Projector’s David Longstreth, Here We Go Magic, Eleanor Friedberger, Antibalas, Higgins Waterproof Black Magic Band featuring TVOTR’s Tunde Adebimpe and drummer Ryan Sawyer, Japanther, Reverend Vince and the Love Choir, Julia Holter, and the Brooklyn Youth Chorus.
Three-day passes are $120 and single-day tickets are $50. All tickets are on sale now via the festival’s website, where you can also find a complete daily schedule.