The 6th Annual Brooklyn Americana “Long Distance !” Music Festival in partnership with Americana Music Association UK September 10th – 13th 2020 The watch parties will take place via Facebook Events. ‘Like’ the Brooklyn Americana Music Festival Facebook page to view and join the events. Watch links will be provided there at the scheduled times. Thursday 9/10 AMA UK Opening Day Noon – 2:30pm GMT / 5 – 7:30pm EDT Jalopy Theatre Opening Night 7:30pm – 10pm ‘Gangstagrass’ Special Feature 10pm. Friday 9/11 Dumbo Archway. Lock Down Local All Stars 5 – 10pm Sunnys Bar 10pm – Midnight Saturday 9/12 Dee’s Country Cocktail Lounge. Special Guest Venue in Madison, Tennessee! Honky Tonk Happy Hour. 3 – 5pm Dumbo Archway ‘Carousel’ Stage 5 – 10pm Lovingly Dedicated to Jane Wolentas 68 Jay St Bar All Star Locals 10pm – Midnight Sunday 9/13 Story Time at Superfine with Melanie Hope Greenberg ‘Mermaids On Parade!” 10:30am Superfine Sunday Bluegrass Brunch. 11am – 3pm Brooklyn Bridge Park Women’s Stage 3pm – 9pm Superfine After Party 9pm til late More 2020 Online Festival Event Announcements Coming Very Soon! Hooray!
Black Americana at Brooklyn Americana Music Festival! Saturday September 22nd in DUMBO Powerhouse Arena, 7pm Under the Archway, 9pm The 4th Annual Festival takes place September 20 -23, 2018. Opening Night Gala at The Fabulous Jalopy Theatre, Thursday September 20, 2018 featuring five brilliant sets of musicians, including just back from European tour, founders of The Be Good Tanyas: Jolie Holland and Samantha Parton. Opening Night Gala is just the beginning of a four day extravaganza! Brooklyn Americana Music Festival comprises fifty free shows at nine locations along the spectacular New York City waterfront. FREE day time shows for all ages in The Archway Under the Manhattan Bridge & Brooklyn Bridge Park (The All-new skyline sweeping Pier 3!). Evening shows every night at beloved pioneer establishments in Red Hook and Dumbo: Jalopy Theatre and Jalopy Tavern, Sunny’s Bar, 68 Jay Street Bar & Superfine Restaurant Bar. “If you hear twangs of mandolin or fiddle wafting across the East River, it’s not carrying up the coast from Nashville — it’s the Brooklyn Americana Music Festival, taking place on several stages in Dumbo.” – New York Times