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It’s Time to Rock the Pulaski!

NBBC’s Rock the Pulaski Party is coming! The September fundraiser at your community boat club brings bands, food, fire, and fellowship to the shores of Newtown Creek!

  • Saturday, September 22
  • 6 PM to midnight
  • $5 before 8 pm, $10 after
  • Food and drink for sale!

Bands

  • The Reverse Engineers: 7 PM
  • Blacktop Daisy: 8 PM
  • REvV: 9 PM
  • Leland Sundries: 10 PM
  • The Shook Ones: 11 PM

All proceeds will benefit NBBC’s community programming on the waterways of New York City.

We Are Ready to Rock the Pulaski!

Some bridges creak. Some bridges sway. This bridge was made to ROCK!!

The 6th annual Rock the Pulaski party is this Saturday! Once again, it’s time to send off summer like you mean it with bands, beer, BBQ, and bonfire under your favorite and ever-faithful bridge in Greenpoint.

Awesome performances on the NBBC shipping containers by:

Hongo Beats & Mike Bhaiya ft. Bunny Rose
Jules and the Jinks
Blacktop Daisy
Dark Tea
Outros

Saturday, 9/23, 5 p.m. – ??
$5 before 8 p.m. / $10 after
16+/21+ to drink
At the North Brooklyn Boat Club Broadway Stages Boatyard
51 Ash St., Brooklyn NY 11222

Poster art by Ellen Lindner

Rock the Pulaski Is Going to Rock!

The 5th annual Rock the Pulaski party is here! Once again, it’s time to end the summer with bands, beer, BBQ, and bonfire under your favorite and ever-faithful bridge in Greenpoint.

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Awesome performances on the NBBC shipping containers by:

Ocho Ocho Ocho
Pat Irwin (of the B52s!) with Sasha Dobson (of Puss ‘n Boots)
Blacktop Daisy
Marine Snow
…and more to be announced!

Saturday, 9/17, 6pm-1am
$5 before 7pm / $10 after
18+ (under 18 with parent/guardian)

At the North Brooklyn Boat Club
437 McGuinness Blvd, Brooklyn NY 11222

https://www.facebook.com/events/200978206986361/

Poster art by Ellen Lindner

Brownstoner: Closing Bell: Rock the Pulaski

“The North Brooklyn Boat Club is hosting its first annual Rock the Pulaski Benefit Concert to fund the organization’s effort to reconnect Brooklyn to its waterways. The North Brooklyn Boat Club, totally volunteer run, has a boating and environmental research hub along Newtown Creek and has done everything from kayaking the East River to growing pollution-eating mushrooms. They’re also working toward opening a boathouse at the edge of Newtown Creek.”

Brownstoner – Closing Bell: Rock the Pulaski (September 19, 2012)