Saturday, July 14th: Bastille Day Bash with Live Jazz, Burlesque & Can-Can + Baguette-Eating Contest

Bastille Day Bash
Dekalb Market (138 Willoughby St., Brooklyn)
6-10pm
$15

Commemorate the French Revolution in true New York style, with burlesque, baguettes, and booze!

We had such a blast last year that we just had to do it again. But this time we’re holding it at Dekalb Market, downtown Brooklyn’s outdoor food, shopping, and events market housed in a collection of salvaged shipping containers. With plenty of affordable food and beverage options to choose from, you’ll be able to make a night of it. Vive la différence!

On deck:

Live Music & Dancing with THE HOT SARDINES, playing straight-up, foot-stomping jazz… and with a tap dancer providing percussion, no less.

French Burlesque and Can-Can by THE LOVE SHOW.

The romantic, roaming stylings of Stroh violin-playing PETE LANCTOT.

The return of the infamous BAGUETTE-EATING CONTEST!

A FREE PHOTO BOOTH with Frenchie props to capture those revolutionary mooods.

Your M.C. NIC TAMÈRE returns from Toulouse, only to find NYC’s no-smoking laws are still de rigueur.

FOOD & BEER VENDORS a-plenty.

All nations welcome!

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