The annual "celebration of local independents" will return for another 18-hour party in Brooklyn.
The 18-hour event has become a tradition for Independence Day weekend in Brooklyn. It's a showcase of the borough's DIY house and techno scene, with a special emphasis on experimental live sets. Top billing this year goes to Proibito label boss Anthony Naples as well as Bunker resident Patrick Russell and W.T. Records founder Willie Burns. L.I.E.S.-affiliated synth wiz Antenes is also on the schedule, alongside White Material's Young Male, Via App, Umfang, Clay Wilson, Ike Release and Honey Soundsystem newcomer Justin Cudmore. This year they've got a new venue with indoor and outdoor spaces, plus catered food and "an abundance of clean toilets." It opens at 1 PM and continues until 7 AM the next day.
Tickets for this event are available on RA.