In case you didn’t know, BK Reader has the 411 on what’s poppin in Brooklyn: THE best, the flyest and the most robust events calendar in Kings County!

Because it’s the weekend and you’re special, BK Reader has pulled together our calendar picks of the hottest events in Brooklyn to keep you entertained!

Say “no” to FOMO, and just thank us later … Or go here to check out the calendar, and choose for yourself!! And oh yeah, feel free to upload your events here too!

FRIDAY

WHAT: BrownstoneJAZZ Concert Series

WHEN: Oct. 14, 7:00pm

WHERE: 107 Macon Street, Brooklyn, NY

PRICE: $35

BrownstoneJAZZ is an intimate, acoustic jazz club in the living room of a 19th-century Bed-Stuy brownstone that features jazz bands, open-mic sessions and a fish-fry buffet.

WHAT: Experimental musical performance “Everything Rises” at Brooklyn Academy of Music

WHEN: Oct. 14, 7:30pm and Oct. 15, 7:30pm

WHERE: 321 Ashland Place, Brooklyn, NY

PRICE: $35

What does it mean to belong? Who gets to belong and who becomes “other” as citizens of America? In an upcoming performance at BAM, a violinist and a baritone vocalist use their instruments, voices and family recordings to answer these very questions on their quests to self-discovery. As part of this artistic journey, the audience bears witness to the shared experiences of Asian Americans and Black Americans in the classical music field. “Everything Rises” is a two-actor show performed and written by Grammy-winning violinist Jennifer Koh and bass baritone Davóne Tines.

“It’s a story that begins with us questioning who we are and what is our place in a space that is very white,” Koh said.

WHAT: Lola’s Dreamland Roller Disco: 90’s Hip Hop

WHEN: Oct. 14, 7:00pm-10:00pm

WHERE: The LeFrak Center at Lakeside, 171 East Dr, Brooklyn, NY

PRICE: $26 and up

Lola Star’s Dreamland Roller Disco is a themed, dress-up, immersive roller skating experience that will transport you into a fabulous retro roller disco “dreamland.” Each Friday night through October 28, 2022, dress up in the most fabulous, retro-inspired outfit in your closet and join us on the dance floor! Each Dreamland Roller Disco includes retro DJs spinning the hottest dance floor grooves from the 70s, 80s, 90s and today, an MC who narrates the spectacle as it unfolds and tons of rad, Instagramable moments including a red carpet where you can take photos.

SATURDAY

WHAT: Fall Fest at Atlantic Terminal

WHEN: Oct. 15, 12:00pm-3:00pm

WHERE: Atlantic Terminal Mall, Brooklyn, NY

PRICE: Free

Atlantic Terminal Mall and Brooklyn Bridge Parents are hosting a free, family-friendly fall festival on Atlantic Terminal’s outdoor plaza and car-free Fort Greene Place. They will bring to life Brooklyn’s first-ever spooky “Touch-the-Truck” line-up powered by DUMBO Moving. Kids will be able to go inside the Halloween-decorated trucks, build a skeleton train and take photos in front of the very spooky vehicles. The outdoor plaza will feature arts and crafts, pumpkin painting, block building, music and much more. Kids are encouraged to come in costumes.

WHAT: Yoga on the Stoop

WHEN: Oct. 15, 10:00am-11:00am

WHERE: 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY

PRICE: $16 and includes museum general admission.

Meet on the plaza steps for a morning of yoga and meditation, open to all levels and led by local instructors. Open your hips and your heart in this gentle flow class, followed by a guided meditation to start off your weekend. This event takes place outdoors. In case of inclement weather, this program will take place in the Beaux-Arts Court, 3rd floor. Please bring your own mat.

WHAT: Annual Marine Park Alliance Festival of Lights Program Begins with Diwali Ceremony

WHEN: Oct. 15, 5:00pm.

WHERE: 3000 Fillmore Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

PRICE: Free

Celebrate how good triumphs over evil in this holy month of Kartika on the Hindu calendar. Pundit Sanjai Doobai leads the ceremonies at the Carro Center.

“Last year’s Festival of Lights was truly a highlight of our programming,” Maria Carro- D’Alessandro, the MPA board chair, said. “It was beautiful to see our community come
together to share their traditions and learn about others through the familiar lens of light,
and we’re excited for a stellar 2022 festival.”

SUNDAY

WHAT: Gowanus Open Studios

WHAT: Oct. 16, 12:00pm-6:00pm

WHERE: Participating studios in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Closing party at the Gowanus Dredgers Boathouse (165 2nd Street, Brooklyn) on Sunday night starting at 6:30pm.

PRICE: Free

Brooklyn’s largest celebration of local art and artists is now in its 26th year. More than 300 artists, businesses and venues in Gowanus will open their doors to the public all weekend long for an amazing, neighborhood-wide celebration of the borough’s artistic talents and visions.

WHAT: Steve Lacy performs at Brooklyn Steel

WHEN: Oct. 16, 7:30pm

WHERE: 319 Frost Street, Brooklyn, NY

PRICE: $39 and up

Steve Lacey is an award-winning, lo-fi, R and B producer and singer-songwriter who gained notariety as the guitarist in the alternative R and B band, The Internet. Lacey will perform at Brooklyn Steel as part of his “GIVE YOU THE WORLD TOUR” with opening artist Fousheé.

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