Looking for a cool, exciting way to spend your fourth of July weekend? I know you never get tired of the good ol’ barbecue and kick back, but trying something new doesn’t hurt either!
Check out Brooklyn Buzz‘s list of 10 cool things you could do this weekend!
2. Brooklyn Flea (Fort Greene And Williamsburg)
Fort Greene: Saturday 10am-5pm Goods + Food • 150 Vendors Rain or Shine The Flea’s Fort Greene flagship location features 150 vendors every Saturday from April through November. The 40,000-square-foot schoolyard at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School is part vintage bazaar, part hipster hang, part old-fashioned town square, and part food bonanza. Click here to apply to become a vendor.
Williamsburg: Williamsburg FleaSunday 10am-5pm Goods + Food • 150 Vendors Rain or Shine The Sunday Flea in Williamsburg features 150 vendors of vintage, antique, handmade, and food, with a gorgeous skyline view to boot. The market is open every Sunday, rain or shine, and is dog friendly.
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3. Brooklyn Children’s Museum
If your fourth of July weekend starts earlier than others, be sure to bring your children there this Thursday, July 3rd! The museum will be free from 2PM to 6PM!
Brooklyn Children’s Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11213
(closed on July 4th!)
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4. The Brooklyn Museum
Check out the Brooklyn Museum for Target First Saturdays this July 4th!
Click here for more information!
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5. Lakeside Prospect Park
Enjoy a variety of activities such as water play, volleyball, boating, and more! This is also a very cool place to barbecue this weekend!
For more information, click here!
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7. Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires
Part of R&B Festival at MetroTech 2015
From his humble beginnings as a James Brown impersonator to his explosion onto the festival circuit with a knockout performance at South by Southwest, Charles Bradley has woven deep ache into deep grooves. Buoyed by the retro-funk sounds of his Extraordinaires, Bradley pleads, cajoles, and screams through his performances, delivering a wall of sound that is equal parts anguish and love.
Thu, Jul 2, 2015
10 MetroTech Roadway (Brooklyn)
RUN TIME: 90min
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JULY 4TH 2015
LIVE IN CONEY ISLAND, NY 10-1PM EST
On July 4th, check out Videology for $2 Budweiser beers and watch the movie Independence Day all day for Free!
308 Bedford Avenue
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10. Macy’s Fireworks!
Check out the link below to see where you can catch the fireworks in Brooklyn!
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