New York, NY (Ms. RAINE INC.) – It’s no holds barred for the organizers of the Brooklyn Music Festival, as they tout what is no doubt going to be the biggest line-up among Caribbean music festivals this summer. Slated for Brooklyn’s Floyd Bennett Field on Sunday, June 21st, the Brooklyn Music Festival features the biggest names in Reggae and Dancehall, as well as celebrated names in Hip Hop, Ska, Soul, and Rhythm & Blues.
The ‘Gully Gaad’ Mavado, Dancehall singing sensation Serani, the ‘King of the Dancehall’ Beenie Man, the ‘Poor People’s Governor’ Bounty Killer, the ‘Energy God’ Elephant Man, ‘King Shango’ Capleton, ‘Jamaica’s Stevie Wonder’ Frankie Paul, roots Reggae star Tarrus Riley, and Hip Hop legend Big Daddy Kane round out the list of the festival’s heavy hitting headliners.
The Brooklyn Music Festival will be held at the Aviator Sports and Recreation’s Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, NY, on Sunday, June 21st. Featured acts include Mavado, Beenie Man, Serani, Elephant Man, Bounty Killer, Capleton, Tarrus Riley, Big Daddy Kane, Frankie Paul, Ding Dong, Brown Rice Family, Patch, Berbice, Natural Black, New Kingston Band, Benny Bwoy, King Django, Leon and the Peoples, and Kendra Granville. More acts to be announced. General admission tickets are $45 in advance. To purchase tickets log on to www.brooklynmusicfestival.com . For ticket or vending information contact Jammins at 718-282-8041 of firstname.lastname@example.org.