Crossing Brooklyn Ferry – a music and film festival curated by the National’s Aaron and Bryce Dessner and catering specifically to the NYC creative arts scene – is back for its second go-round and will be held at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) from April 25-27. The three-day affair boasts headlining performances by the Roots, TV on the Radio and Solange, plus many more.

Rounding out the lineup are Antibalas, Brooklyn Youth Chorus, Champagne Jerry, Clare and the Reasons, Here We Go Magic, Reverend Vince and the Love Choir, Japanther, People Get Ready, Sarah Neufeld, Higgins Waterproof Black Magic Band, Pure X, Olga Bell, Julia Holter, Eleanor Friedberger, Eddi Front and David Longstreth. In addition to a wealth of live music, festival-goers will also have access to a number of film screenings and a visual art installation.

Last year’s inaugural edition of the fest showcased the Walkmen, St. Vincent, Beirut and the Antlers, along with a short film feature by Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

Tickets for the event are on sale now – click here for more details.

More From