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Broken Social Scene at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! at Prospect Park Bandshell

Gallery: Broken Social Scene and Nilüfer Yanya at Prospect Park Bandshell in Brooklyn, NY (07.26.19)

On Thursday, July 25, 2019, the 41st season of BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! festival continued at Prospect Park Bandshell in Brooklyn, NY. The evening’s lineup featured free performances by Canada’s Broken Social Scene and London’s Nilüfer Yanya. Yanya kicked the show off at 7:35PM after headlining Music Hall of Williamsburg on Tuesday night (July 23rd) and making her U.S. late night television debut on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” the same evening. Broken Social Scene were initially billed as a surprise headliner when the Celebrate Brooklyn!’s schedule was first released and after their run of shows at Webster Hall concluded in May, it was revealed that they’d return to the New York City area in the summer. BSS were joined by Amy Millan (Stars) on vocals and wrapped up their set earlier than expected. Since the band had additional time before the 10:30PM curfew, they performed “Ibi Dreams of Pavement” from their 2005 self-titled record before thanking the audience a final time and concluding the show.

Broken Social Scene at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! at Prospect Bandshell setlist:

Cause = Time
7/4 (Shoreline)
Protest Song
Can’t Find My Heart
Stars & Sons
Ageless Beauty
Fire Eye’d Boy
Art House Director
All I Want
Sweetest Kill
Just Like the Sun
Superconnected
Halfway Home
Almost Crimes
Anthems for a Seventeen Year-Old Girl
Ibi Dreams of Pavement

About Edwina Hay

Edwina Hay is a New York City–based freelance photographer who has been documenting live music since 1999 and joined Music Existence in 2018.

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