Sunday in Brooklyn: Stomp your feet to live country and bluegrass at the Brooklyn Americana Music Festival


The Brooklyn Americana Music Festival is back this weekend for its fourth year, which means 50 free live music shows featuring fiddles, banjos, and twangy guitars spanning four days and scattered throughout nine different venues in Red Hook and DUMBO. The festival has grown in size and popularity each year, and draws local acts as well as performers from New Orleans, Nashville, Austin, and even Dublin, Ireland. Sunday’s lineup on Sept. 23 includes daytime shows at Sunny’s Bar and outdoors on Pier 3 of Brooklyn Bridge Park, as well as a special 6-8pm show at Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop featuring Lara Ewen, Miriam Elhaji, and Bob Oxblood; and the official festival closing party, with performances by Sabine McCalla, Bad Penny Pleasure Makers, and The Four O’Clock Flowers String Band, at Superfine.

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