Brooklyn’s own marching band and dance group, Brooklyn United, hosts a back-to-school #BUday.
From Chelsea Piers’ high intensity BK Burn class and Mark Morris Dance Center’s Bollywood-inspired moves, to Brukwine’s Afro-Caribbean inspired classes, there are movement workouts for everyone.
Swing dance with the best bands, teachers, and members of the NYC swing dance community.
Fridays in September, enjoy your lunch outside at Columbus Park accompanied by Brooklyn’s best jazz musicians.
The Downtown Brooklyn Arts Festival (DBAF) returns to celebrate Downtown Brooklyn’s cultural community and the artists, writers, and performers who inspire the borough’s creative spirit.
Bettye LaVette brings her powerful R&B magic to kick off BRIC JazzFest 2019 with an epic free concert at the Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District’s fabulous outdoor public space, The Plaza at 300 Ashland. Co-presented with Downtown Brooklyn Partnership.
When news broke last month that real estate tech startup Bixby had been acquired by real estate tech leader Hello Alfred, it marked a special milestone for the DBP’s Make It in Brooklyn initiative.
Five AgTech startups will pitch, but only one will take home $5,000.
UrbanGlass is a leading resource for both aspiring and established artists wishing to create with glass.
Each with a different story, these businesses all call DTBK home, and are integral to the area's authentic character.
The Brooklyn Book Festival is one of America’s premier book festivals and the largest free literary event in New York City.