As young Brooklyn heps not leaden with trust funds continue to tip their toes into south Queens, the Out in the Streets festival has hitched the NYC summer fest scene onto that exodus. For the second year in a row, the lovely, historic Onderdonk House and its lovely grounds in the Ridgewood area will be the backdrop for the second annual Out In The Streets fest (odd, since its on a grassy knoll and not a street, but we digress).
From July 26-27, it’ll features a bevy of newer indie rock revampers like Ski Lodge and Honduras, and a couple of old faves like A Place To Bury Strangers, with more bands to be added soon. There’ll be the usual assortment of food and flea vendors and some art hangin’ ’round. And unlike many a Brooklyn outdoor fest, you should probably be able to take your shoes off and wiggle your piggies through the grass. And also Queens-ly, it’s a little cheaper than your average NYC summer band blast. Check out the lineup and a little preview video, below.
Out In The Streets Lineup, So Far:
A Place To Bury Strangers
What Cheer? Brigade
Not Blood Paint