Brooklyn Comes Alive Music Festival Sets Artist Lineups and Schedule for September 29, 2018

Multi-venue music festival features a day of unique artist collaborations in Williamsburg
Francesco Marano

by Francesco Marano

Published September 19, 2018

Now in its fourth year, Brooklyn Comes Alive will take over three Williamsburg music venues for a day and night of music on Saturday, September 29, 2018.

The unique festival will showcase an incredible collection of "world-class musicians to perform in unique jam sessions, supergroups and never before seen collaborations." The lineup of accomplished musicians includes Cory Henry, George Porter Jr., Robert Walter, Nigel Hall, and many more. You can check out the full schedule and set-times right here.

Some of the supergroup collaborations who have been announced to perform are the Adam Deitch Quartet (Adam Deitch, Wil Blades, Ryan Zoidis, and Eric "Benny" Bloom), Karina Rykman Experiment (Karina Rykman, Adam November, Chris Corsico, and special guests Robert Walter and Dave Harrington), Katharsis (Dave Watts, Todd Stoops, Chuck Jones, and Marcus Rezak), and more.

There will also be tribute sets honoring the music of Prince, Steely Dan, Gregg Allman, and more, including stand-up comedy sets featuring Brett Siddell, Walker Berry, Ariella Wallen, Pamela Mahler, and Richie Alfson.

Ticket holders receive wristbands that allow access to the three venues, all within a 10-minute walk from each other: Brooklyn Bowl, Music Hall of Williamsburg, and Rough Trade. Wristband-holders can come-and-go from all three venues throughout the event. It's worth noting that each venue has a limited capacity, so fans will want to arrive early to make sure they can catch their favorite artists.

Tickets for this amazing event are currently on sale, but only a small number remain.

For more information, check out the Brooklyn Comes Alive official website.

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