BRIC JazzFest 2016 Concludes With Multi-Night Marathon

Scheduled for Oct. 13-15

Bria Skonberg - Jazz Singer with a Golden Horn
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From Oct. 13-15, BRIC JazzFest 2016, Brooklyn’s new jazz festival, will conclude with a multi-night marathon spanning the BRIC House Ballroom, the Stoop overlooking the Gallery and a jazz club inside the Artist Studio, featuring such artists as the David Murray Infinity Quartet, Ben Allison & Think Free, Bria Skonberg, the Eddie Palmieri Latin Jazz Septet, Kandace Springs and Terrace Martin, among many others, performing overlapping sets.

“Each evening is designed so the audience can move freely among performances and catch some or all of the artists each night while enjoying great food and drink from the BRIC House café and bar,” according to the festival website.

The BRIC JazzFest Marathon is being held at 647 Fulton Street in Brooklyn, New York. Admission for Night 1, which is being sponsored by the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, is free. Admission to Nights 2 & 3 is $25 in advance/$30 at the door.

For more information, including the full lineup, visit the official festival website.