Featuring more than 150 live performers, the festival celebrates diversity and inclusivity.
The Afro-Latinx Festival comes back to NYC for its seventh installment!
Everything from pop-ups to panels to local favorites will be found underneath one roof this Saturday.
Works and performances range from images of gentrification to the personification of chemical compounds and software.
Catch it this Sunday at While in Kathmandu!
Music, tattoos, and hair art came together to create a unique atmosphere for neighborhood art aficionados.
Back for its ninth year, the festival promises another weekend of music, food, and art.
The one day festival has mouthwatering food, children’s rides, and shopping all rolled into one.
Music, art, comedy, and activism come together in a four day festival to give people options for how to get involved.
If you’re wondering what you can do to help, why not head out to Silent Barn?
Usher in October and another year of high energy shows at The Gateway.
Post-punk fest hits The Paper Box with an eclectic, international mix of performances.
Out in the Streets returned to the beautiful grounds of Onderdonk House for yet another year of art, music, food, and booze.
The annual festival near the Bushwick/Ridgewood border always pleases with up-and-coming acts, great food, and great fun.
New York City’s premier porn festival, which launched last year at Bushwick’s Secret Project Robot, will hold its second annual event during the first weekend in June at a new space in East Williamsburg
We heart Myrtle Ave.
Music may enrich our memories of a time and place, but at festivals, it only tells half the story; the only real constant are the attendees
Man, we are really excited for this year’s Governor’s Ball Music Festival, which will take place from June 6-8 at Randall’s Island
Holy Smokes! Music & Arts Festival is all said and done, and we can’t express enough thanks to all of you who attended for making this festival a success on so many levels! Holy Smokes! took place last Sunday at the co-op art/music space Silent Barn and featured over 20 outstanding rock/blues/reggae/r&b bands, our favorites being Cosmonaut, Las Rosas, Walking Shapes, Nicky Egan, Sylvana Joyce & The Moment, 6th Degree, The Can’t Tells, Food Will Win The War, Ellis Ashbrook, The Hollows, The Bottom Dollars, and MORE
The Out In the Streets Festival joyfully overtook the Onderdonk Farm House last weekend and we were ecstatic to attend
Bushwick and Ridgewood, clear your calendars for August 17-18th because Out In The Streets Festival is back and better than any other festivals we’ve seen this season
You may have heard about the Brain-Cave Festival, a local music festival going on next weekend in Greenpoint
In case you’re out of the loop, we at Bushwick Daily are huge fans of SXSW and cannot wait to get down to Austin, Texas to check out what’s going on in the tech scene and who’s going to be making headlines in the music portion of the festival