Festival in Brooklyn

Sumera Saeed

Festival in Brooklyn

In coming days a festival is expected to be held in Brooklyn. The effort will be done by none other than  “Grammys”. The purpose of the festival is to provide a platform to the variety of genres. The festival will start on Thursday and will last till Sunday. Both ticketed and free concerts will be held across the region. The event will be inaugurated by a ticketed concert by R&B singer Ne-Yo and Jazmine Sullivan. Closing will be held out on Sunday at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre by R&B Toni Braxton.

Popstar Robin Thicke is also ought to perform at Kings Theatre on Saturday. Maxican singer Natalia Lafourcade is one of the major performers of the event. The event is expected to reach out a more diverse audience. A senior official at the recording company, Brandon Chapman, stated that they are excited to offer the public the opportunity to experience various music genres and share the cultural diversity of the Grammy. According to them Big Apple is the best place to do  this.

Free concerts are also included in the festival which will be held in coordination with Mayor’s office. A free concert that will be held on Saturday will include performers like multi-Grammy winnerrs Terence Blanchard and Christine McBride as well as funk heroes The Commodores with Gospel star BeBe Winans and many others.

Grammy was previously held at various locations in both Los Angeles and New York, but for than a decade it has been based permanently at Staple Center in Los Angeles.

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