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Aug 9th, 2014: The Return of Frolic



Line-up:
Fur Coat (Crosstown Rebels, Barcelona)
John Dill (Robot Heart, NYC)
Stadenco (Verboten)
Sticky Dojah (Good Times International, Berlin)

We are thrilled to announce that our beloved dance music picnic has returned to NYC. Our destination this year is the urban woodland haven of Cadman Plaza Park, in our favorite borough, Brooklyn. We’ll be on the North Lawn under the shade of oak and sycamore.

Frolic is produced by EMU an official 501 c3 not for profit organization whose vision is to bring the joy of music and dancing to public spaces to help raise funds for music education. We all volunteer our time, and we need your generosity to make this vision come true. Please contact us if you are able to contribute, or make a donation here:
http://bit.ly/1tuB4kz

Proceed from this year's Frolic will go to Education Through Music (http://www.etmonline.org/) who provide children of all income levels with access to quality music education. Right on!

Pack your picnic baskets and join us under the trees. Please be careful to observe NYC open container laws so we can keep our event open.

The music starts at 4pm and we are proud to announce this year's lineup!!!

Fur Coat (Crosstown Rebels, Barcelona)
John Dill (Robot Heart, NYC)
Stadenco (Verboten)
Sticky Dojah (Good Times International, Berlin)

Sound by D3 Audio

4pm-8pm (Rain or Shine)
No Open Containers or Glass Bottles
This event is a Leave No Trace event. If you pack it in please pack it out.

195 Cadman Plaza Park, North Lawn
Brooklyn, NY
A, C to High St



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