The Bushwick Collective Brought Art, Music, Fashion, and Food Together for an Epic Block Party

Sara Edwards 


Every year, The Bushwick Collective puts on a dazzling display of new art, electrifying performances, and street festival goodness. This year, like the five before it, was no different. Check out the crowds and the performers that flooded the intersections of Troutman, St. Nicolas, and Scott Avenues for an absolutely beautiful day out in the sun.

If you missed it, where were you?

By late afternoon, the space outside of Montana’s Trail House near the stage was nearly impassable.

Freekey Zekey performed for a huge crowd.

This stunning trio holds the drink of the afternoon. At one point in the afternoon, the line for these pineapple concoctions stretched halfway down Troutman Avenue.

Cam’ron basked in the early evening sun with hundreds of fans.

Everywhere we turned, live painting reminded us to think of the artists behind the colorful work dotting Bushwick’s blocks.

Two revelers enjoy the perfect views and cold brews courtesy of Montana’s patio.

Check out the rest of our photos in the gallery below:

See you out in the streets next year, Bushwick!

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