The Creators Project is coming back for another year, and this time they'll be setting up shop in DUMBO, as previously hinted at with the announcement of the Karen O psycho-opera at St. Ann's Warehouse. The "colossal two-day arts and technology festival" will take place all over the neighborhood on October 15th and 16th, and they've just announced more details.

On top of the Karen O opera, there will be performances from Florence + The Machine, ASAP Rocky, Atlas Sound, Company Flow, Four Tet, John Maus and others; multimedia works by UVA, Mick Rock, Barney Clay and David Bowie, Quayola, Jonathan Glazer and Spiritualized, and even a "striking thirty by thirty foot audiovisual installation," and film screenings of Scenes from the Suburbs by Spike Jonze and Arcade Fire.

The festival will run from noon to 10 p.m. on Saturday, and noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday, with food and beverage provided by the Brooklyn Flea. Attendance is free RSVP HERE), but if you want to see Ms. O's "Stop the Virgens" opera, you'll have to buy tickets at St. Ann's (they start at $55). She recently told the NY Times, “I’m really outside my comfort zone with this. But that’s the most exciting part about it. I’m used to just me up there, the guys playing behind me. This is much more dynamic. It’s an opportunity to explore.”