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Rooftop Rhythms, created by Box House Events & Brianna Rios, is a Thursday night of salsa dancing you do not want to miss! With jaw-dropping skyline views, 10,000 sq. ft. of space, fully retractable rooftop awning, intimate string lights, and wrap-around marble bar, you are sure to experience a night of salsa and fun unlike any other. You have never seen anything like this before and we have one …
With BAM for their R&B Festival produced by Danny Kapilian.
Traditionally using untrained performers and ephemeral props, this performance explores Latino culture through the artist Sylvia Palacios Whitman’s own experiences. This performance is part of the new performing arts series that celebrates Latinx culture, "region(es)."
A dance performance that explores solar capitalism and attempts to go beyond the petrochemical surfaces and money. This performance is part of a new performing arts series titled "region(es)," a series that celebrates Latinx culture.
Inviting artists and non-artists alike, Mariangela Lopez and Luciana Achugar develop a new movement language inspired by identity and memories. This event is part of "region(es)," a new performance series that celebrates Latinx culture.
With opening act Miss Saturn.
With food, drinks, and disk jockeys from Brooklyn Radio at 6 p.m., the featured movie will start at sundown.
Exploring the geographical and social boundaries through body movements, Catalina Jordan Alvarez draws from her own life experience growing up with a Colombian mother and American father in this film. This is part of the new performing arts series that celebrates Latinx culture, "region(es)."
A combination of digital music and video art. Part of the Latinx culture festival "region(es)."
With the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s second company at the Bric Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival.
A monthly stand-up comedy show with Anya Volz and a revolving special guest co-host.
Part of the new performing arts series "region(es)," DJ Mickey Perez explores his own heritage through music. Perez incorporates Latin and African music from the 60s and 70s into his sets while also playing funk, soul, and rock & roll.
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