Vanderbilt Open Streets— popular for its Friday-through-Sunday stretch and its laid back, communal vibe– this weekend will go for three days, including Monday, July 4, from noon to 10:00pm, the Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council announced Friday.

Photo: Vanderbiltavenue.org

Check out this weekend’s lineup, including the list of planned activities through the entire month and the return of its popular Salsa Salsa dance studio:

Saturday, July 2 

● Music from Grant Swift and Fredrix..LIVEnDIRECT 

Sunday, July 3 

● Music from New Heights Brass Band 

Saturday, July 8 

● Music from the Ryan Barry Quintet and Funkrust Brass Band 

Sunday, July 9 

● Music from the Off The Bar Brass band 

Sunday, July 17 

● Join the FDNY at 1pm for a fire safety education program including a fire engine for kids to tour!

● At 3pm, join a Street Infrastructure Stroll with Urban Planner/infrastructure geek Chris Whong. 

Saturday, July 23 

● Salsa Salsa Dance Studio returns with a free class at 5pm, followed by a dance party!

● Music from the Andrew DeNicola Quartet and The Chimes 

● Smokey Vale hosts Indigo station at 2pm for a clothes-dying demo -Kids should bring their own white shirts or bandanas to participate. At 5pm, they will host a lecture and discussion on Denim. 

Sunday, July 24 

● Music from The Mercantillers 

Saturday, July 30 

● Music from Tomas Rodriguez and Salieu Suso 

● Performances from Covenant Ballet Theatre 

Sunday, July 30 

● Watch or join in on interactive dance performances with Valerie Green & Dance Entropy

● Performance by the all-female brass band eGALitarian Brass! 

Photo: VanderbiltAvenue.org

Vanderbilt Open Streets runs along Vanderbilt Avenue, from Atlantic Avenue to Park Place in Prospect Heights. This year’s program kicked off April 1 through November 20, Fridays, from 5:00pm – 10:00pm and Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays: from 12:00pm – 10:00pm

The street closes to traffic one hour before start and reopens one hour after closing.

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