Intimate crowds. Squeaky clean port-a-potties. Cheap craft beer. Minimal security checkpoints. Underground headliners. Functional pirate ships. If these concepts are unfamiliar to you, it’s because you’ve been wasting time at the wrong music festivals.
Just coming off Elements Arts & Music Festival, I’m now officially primed for the sweet ass summer that lies ahead. After spending three magical days in Lakewood, PA with the BangOn!NYC crew, I’ve been reminded of what a wonderful part of the world in which we choose to party. Not only do we have amazing […]
Day drinking is one of our favorite activities. So is making fun of white people. We really try to find any excuse to partake in both highly-regarded American pastimes—and the Kentucky Derby is the one day a year we can REALLLLLLLY do both. So sip on an over-prived mint julep, wear your finest threads, pretend you care about […]
The new cable-stayed bridge, which connects Greenpoint Brooklyn to Maspeth Queens opens tomorrow with a light show. Though it probably won’t be as awesome as a Led Zeppelin laser light show, we’re still pretty excited. Governor Cuomo will host the ceremony of lights at 7pm: Cuomo is planning to host a party at 7 p.m. […]
April showers bring May flower crowns, and other stylish, summer-centric looks as festival season kicks off in New York City, and beyond. About a decade ago, you needed to pack a tent, rent a car and drive hundreds of miles to get that “mega-festival” experience offered by multi-day events like Bonnaroo and Coachella, but today […]
So yeah, we celebrate Good Friday a little different around these parts. Sorry Mom, but thanks for the jelly beans anyway.
Free Williamsburg contributor (and local Deadhead), Andy P. Smith offers us his picks and recommendations for local, Brooklyn events to check out this weekend. This is Yr Weekend Starts Now! See ya there!
It was quite the exciting scene in Washington Square Park yesterday afternoon! Thousands of men, women, children, (dogs!), and non-binaries of all credences, ethnicities, and ages gathered in support of International Women’s Day. FREEwilliamsburg was there to capture the fervency, togetherness, and inclusivity of herstory in the making.
With the lingering fear and uncertainty of the future of equal rights in our country, it’s more important than ever to support your fellow ladies.