Do you like blips, bleeps, street art and food trucks? Look no further than the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival! It’s taking over N. 6th St. in Williamsburg for two days this week. With over 40 artists (including Reggie Watts, Daedelus, Spinoza, Michna, Stretch Armstrong), a curated food truck lot, street art and installations, there’s nowhere else an electronic music fan needs to be. The takeover is spread out at Music Hall Of Williamsburg, Public Assembly, The Cove, Cameo, Zablozki’s and Brooklyn Bowl. The annual celebration brings together bands, DJs, producers and artists from NYC and beyond. Buy tickets now! $45 gets you a two-day pass and $25 gets you in for one day.