BRIC House Sessions

The spirit of the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival is alive in BRIC’s Fort Greene headquarters with world-class artists reflecting the diversity of Brooklyn in a must-do Thursday concert series. BRIC House Sessions draws its talent from a bold and eclectic array of musical genres and world cultures, featuring opening acts by local DJs and musicians, and headlining sets from internationally-renowned artists. Set against the backdrop of BRIC’s contemporary art gallery and the BRIC House Ballroom—one of the best spaces for live music in Brooklyn—each evening delivers a unique multi-sensory experience.

Boogát | Waahli

Feb 21, 2019 • 8:00 PM @ BRIC House Ballroom · $15 Adv / $18 Day of Show
General Admission: Standing

Boogát is a multiaward-winning Canadian-Mexican musician from Quebec who mixes multi-lingual hip hop with danceable Latin rhythms including cumbia, salsa, reggaeton, and more. Trilingual MC Waahli makes his U.S. solo debut with an organic mix of hip hop and Haitian and Afro-Caribbean influences.

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Son Little | Mélissa Laveaux

Feb 28, 2019 • 8:00 PM @ BRIC House Ballroom · $15 Adv / $18 Day of Show
General Admission: Standing

There are many channels to Son Little's broadcast with varied stops on the dial, from blues to soul to funk to folk, with frequencies of Marvin, Otis, and Stevie in one amazing show. Mélissa Laveaux, a Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist of Haitian descent, opens.

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47SOUL | Underground System

Mar 7, 2019 • 8:00 PM @ BRIC House Ballroom · $15 Adv / $18 Day of Show
General Admission: Standing

Hot off a summer tour of Europe’s big summer festivals, and on their way to a U.S. debut at Globalfest in January and Austin’s South by Southwest, 47SOUL will turn the BRIC House Ballroom into a party with a message.

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Y La Bamba | Habibi

Apr 11, 2019 • 8:00 PM @ BRIC House Ballroom · $15 Adv / $18 Day of Show
General Admission: Standing

At the heart of Y La Bamba is indie-folk singer-songwriter Luz Elena Mendoza’s inquisitive sense of self as she explores what it means to be a Mexican-American woman. Joined by indie quartet Habibi for our final BRIC House Session of 2019.

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