Scenes from last year’s festivities by Gustavo Ponce for Bushwick Daily.

Out in the Streets is back at the historic Vander Ende-Onderdonk House for its fourth year. The July 16th and 17th festival is sure to maintain its laid-back DIY vibe for a unique experience for attendees sick of sweating it out at Governor’s Ball with thousands of other festival-goers.

Expect the usual assortment of good music, good food, and good times in the historic two acre park anchored by the oldest Dutch Colonial stone house in New York City. This year’s event will feature 20 bands, a “pop up” version of Ridgewood Market, food from local vendors, and art from local artists packed into two days.

If you were lucky enough to make it to last year’s event, you got to experience the delights of Montana’s pulled pork sandwiches, full pizzas from Archie’s, and the sounds of The Love Supreme among many others.

Stay tuned for the initial line up announcement on May 2nd. But in the meantime, get your early bird passes while they last!