Free Public Enemy concert? You CAN believe the hype!
You may have heard about it, and we want to confirm the hype is true, Public Enemy will be performing a free concert in Brooklyn this summer!
Schedule the 21st of June in to your calendars as the legendary socially conscious group and DJ Tedsmooth take over the Betsy Head Park in Brownsville as one of the annual SummerStage events. Bringing you classic tracks such as ‘Fight the power’, ‘Don’t believe the hype’ and ‘Bring the noise’ Public Enemy’s music has landed a spot on The New York Times “25 Most Significant Albums of the Last Century”.
SummerStage events produces a variety of different performances across several locations throughout the Brooklyn area. The SummerStage events are not only limited to just live music concerts, but there are also movie screenings, opera recitals and dance performances for the public to enjoy.
Other creative talent announced on this year’s lineup includes: Hip-Hop producer Just Blaze, Hi-Arts (formally known as the Hip-Hop Theater festival) and the screening of ‘In my Father’s house’ from Che ‘Rhymefest’ Smith – Plus many more, and all for free!
To check out the full lineup for this summer, you can find it here: