Grizzly Bear, Dirty Projectors for Brooklyn pool parties

Free shows move to East River State Park

Grizzly Bear, Dirty Projectors for Brooklyn pool parties
Grizzly Bear, Dirty Projectors and Fucked Up are among the acts scheduled to perform at this year’s free ‘Pool Parties’ in Brooklyn, NY.

The event series, named for its previous home of McCarren Pool in Greenpoint, has moved to a new location at East River State Park and will also feature the likes of The Black Lips, former Be Your Own Pet lady Jemina Pearl and Beach House, among others.

The shows will take place over eight Sundays from July 12, and like the past few years, admission will be free.

The lineup is:

Mission of Burma, Fucked Up & Ponytail & Jemina Pearl (July 12)
Magnolia Electric Co. & Dirty Projectors & White Denim (19)
Health & Grupo Fantasma & Trail of Dead & Black Lips (26)
Dan Deacon, No Age & Deerhunter (August 2)
Simian Mobile Disco DJ set & Fiery Furnaces & Dark Meat & The Netherlands & Finger on the Pulse (9)
Del the Funky Homosapien & Gravy Train! & DD/MM/YY & Kenan Bell (16)
Girl Talk, Max Tundra and Wiz Khalifa (23)
Grizzly Bear and Beach House (30)

--By our New York staff.
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