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The Lit List| Here's What's Happening in BK This Weekend

Happy weekend, Brooklyn!
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The weekend is (almost) here! We know you're feeling good with the warmer weather and all, so yes, lounging outside might be in order.

That said, once you're ready for some more action, consider this lit list of things to do, places to go, and people to see this weekend right here in Brooklyn.


Nickodemus Party- Spoil yourself with the sounds of the founder of Turntables on the Hudson, NICKODEMUS, and an incredible lineup featuring the dynamic Chris Annibell and Eddy Plenty. At Keybar, 143 Troutman Street.

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Listen brooklyn presents Diego García B2B SGX- Get your groove on with Diego Garcia B2B SGX, featuring new and emerging local artists at 198 Randolph Street. 

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The Factory After Hours-  Bringing the iconic Ibiza party spirit to the heart of Brooklyn, TACOMAN will be taking over the decks, delivering those irresistible vibes alongside SWAGGGER , ANGIE CANO, and MILO. Make sure to secure your advanced tickets to save and party through dawn. Starts at 3 am at 1313 Atlantic Ave. 

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Uncle Shlomo's Family Concert Series presents Flor Bromley- From award-winning folk musicians to rock-n-rollers, puppeteers and pop stars, this family concert series will engage, entertain and educate your entire family! Hosted by Brooklyn's own award-winning singer/songwriter Suzi Shelton, the Saturday show is headlined by Flor Bromley, a Latin GRAMMY-nominated artist. Jalopy Theatre & School of Music, 315 Columbia Street. 

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Sister Nancy, Queen Majesty and JonnyGo Figure- Sister Nancy, the leading female dancehall and reggae songstress will be at Public Records Sunday afternoon, supported by DJ Queen Majesty and NYC reggae mainstay JohnnyGo Figure. 233 Butler Street, 3 pm.



Club Video is a quarterly video showcase that features short-form experimental comedy from independent creators. Started in 2021 by Whitley Watson and Micah Phillips, this DIY event has already launched numerous critically acclaimed shorts. Club Video is hosted in a converted woodworking studio in industrial Williamsburg. The hosts offer complimentary beer and close the show with a DJ’ed afterparty. They're at 79 Grattan St. Brooklyn.

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