We hope you aren’t tired of summer festivals yet because this one is also not to be missed! Last year, Out In the Streets included a stellar lineup with Turnip King, Wild Yaks, and Pictureplane and this weekend get ready for another awesome lineup of music with headliners including A Place to Bury Strangers, Body Language, Hunters, as well as Memphis’ Cities Aviv! Bird Dog Productions, The Sky Report, and Supercrush Studio have teamed up to put on this festival at the Onderdonk house in Ridgewood for the second year, and promise us music, art and food! YES!
Doors open at 1PM on Saturday, so you can come and spread out on the grass, sit in the sun and enjoy the surf-rock-y, vibrant energy of Brooklyn’s Honduras and the calming, dream-pop vibes of Modern Rivals! On Sunday, enjoy the mellow, blistering synth–pop vibes of Psychic Twin and get a little dramatic and psychedelic with art-rockers Not Blood Paint !
Out In the Streets Schedule
Saturday, July 26: 1PM-1oPM
A Place to Bury Strangers
What Cheer? Brigade
Sunday, July 26: 1PM-7PM
Not Blood Paint
After Party @ Radio Bushwick
Doss (DJ Set)
In addition to these super fun bands in a field outside of a grand historical house, Out In the Streets will also be featuring local vendors with food and drink, and art!
Local vendors by Ridgewood Market
Hot dogs by Santa Salsa
“Banging grinders” by Archie’s
Tasty treats by Montana’s trail House
Spend your day checking out the cool art, listening to excellent music, browsing the vendors of Ridgewood Market and delicious neighborhood restaurants, and getting soaked in the giant dome slip n slide! WHAT?!? These are what dreams are made of! Buy your tickets here!