Crossing Brooklyn Ferry 2013

Apr 25 - Apr 27 2013

Brooklyn, New York (Brooklyn Academy of Music)

$120 (Festival Pass)

This May, twin brothers Bryce and Aaron Dessner of Brooklyn?s own The National take over BAM?s spaces to curate a music festival. Each of the three nights features a different roster of innovative New York City bands and artists from a cross section of genres?plus screenings of commissioned short films and accompanying scores and a late-night dance party.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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