Line-up /DJ STING INTERNATIONAL on the THUNDER SOUND SYSTEM!
LIGHT SHOW by MANMACHINEMUSIC, TREVOR FOX
HOST: PATTY POO
Family, cultural disco dance, house music event.
DON WELCH PRESENTS THE UNDERGROUND NETWORK PRE-FREE 20TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY OUTDOOR JAM!
Deep Funky House & Dance Classics on 8 STACKS OF THUNDER!
SATURDAY, SEPT. 8TH @ COMMODORE BARRY PARK IN FT. GREENE NEAR THE BROOKLYN NAVY YARD. (This is the same park where the African Street Festival is held every year) about 3 blocks away from Ft. Greene Pk.
Also happening; our Voter Registration Drive Pt. II by your hostess with the mostess, Patty Poo!
B, D, N, Q, or R Trains to Dekalb Avenue Station. F Train to York Street Station. B57, B62 & B69 Buses to Commodore Barry Park.
The Park is located across the street from P.S. 287 Bailey K. Ashford School and can be seen from the BQE. Parking is available on the street.
Directions by SUBWAY:
F train to York Street. Emerge from station and turn left. You are now on Jay Street. Walk up Jay Street, turn left on Sands, walk down the hill and turn right on Navy Street. The park is a 1 block from there on the left. Use the BQE as a guide.
From the Manhattan Bridge
Stay in the right lane on the bridge and exit toward the BQE. Stay right as you exit. Turn right on Sands and turn right on Navy. The park is a block from there.
From the Brooklyn Bridge
Stay in the right lane on the bridge and exit toward the BQE. Stay right as you exit. Turn right on Prospect Street. When you get under the Manhattan Bridge, turn right on Jay. Turn left on Sands and turn right on Navy. The park is a block from there.
From 3rd Ave., Brooklyn
Cross Atlantic, then cross Flatbush. The Brooklyn Academy of Music is on your right. Take first left on Ashland Place. Follow Ashland, which turns into Navy Street, under the BQE. When you emerge from under the BQE you will see the field on the right. Field 2 is the closer to Navy Street.
(I am told that it can be done) across the Brooklyn or Manhattan Bridges from Manhattan, or up Tillary Street from Cadman Plaza in Brooklyn.