SUMMER FESTIVAL 2016
INTRODUCING BROOKLYN WILDLIFE SUMMER FESTIVAL 2016
september 3 - september 10
Brooklyn Wildlife presents the fourth annual Brooklyn Wildlife Summer Festival (BWSF2016) featuring 150 + participants spanning 9 events and 8 days. It is not just a music festival; we will also have discussion groups, fine art shows, and tech meet ups.
The dates are:
Saturday sept 3rd - opening day at paperbox
Sun, sept 4th
Mon Sept 5th
Tues Sept 6th
Wed sept 7th - WHere the WIld Things Are at Bizarre
Thurs sept 8th
Fri sept 9th
Sat sept 10th - closing cocktail party, performance and dance party secret location
BWSF 2016 represents a true appreciation and celebration of Indie culture. We take an authentic creative approach to create the largest platform possible for artistic presentation without any corporate sponsorships or industry funding – only art and music in the purest form.
Brooklyn Wildlife Summer Festival is an annual diverse and synergistic, indoor and outdoor festival featuring some of the best Independent talent from New York and beyond. The goal of the event is to galvanize the Indie arts and music community and represent its flourishing cultural growth within Brooklyn, with a special focus on Bushwick. BWSF2016 caters to a new youth culture that is multi-faceted, variegated, ethnically ambiguous and racially interwoven. Black, white, red, brown, gay, straight, trans - whatever color or gender… everyone parties together. We work to give a voice to the disenfranchised, marginalized and uber progressive.
BWSF focuses on performers in the Brooklyn arts and entertainment scene, consequently, due to the large presence of international artists in Brooklyn, the festival also includes performers and participants from all around the world. There will be representation from UK, Germany, Denmark, Australia, Jamaica, Russia, Japan, Argenitna and more.
BWSF2016 SEEKS TO REACH:
social progressives, music and art lovers, people that are not satisfied with what is currently on the TV, Radio, Movie Screen or Gallery Walls.
The festival attracts individuals who:
• Are seekers, social explorers, tastemakers and enjoy being ahead of the curve.
• Believe old-fashioned business models are outdated and traditional vehicles for communication (TV and Radio) are no longer in tune with the consumer of today.
• Have turned their backs on the status quo and crave progressive thought, art and culture.
• Artists, musicians, young professionals, taste makers, and innovators.
WHAT WE DONT WANT:
no hate speech
we do not want to promote senseless or gratuitous violence
we don't want exclusivity, entitlement or the expression of privlige