Everyone's favorite BQE-enthusiast musician will be coming to town this summer for a special outdoor concert. Sensitive indie dude-turned-dayglo prancer Sufjan Stevens will be playing a rare outdoor show at Prospect Park on Tuesday August 2 for the annual Celebrate Brooklyn! festival. And tickets are on-sale now!

He'll be performing with his 10-piece "intergalactic ensemble of musical muppets" from the Age of Adz tour, which includes backup dancers, costume changes, and all sorts of electronic tomfoolery. Tickets for the show will go on sale for the general public on Friday, but you can get special preorder tickets for $35 (+fees) from Etix today (the password is Heirloom). Below, you can get an idea of what the show will be like with a professionally-shot video of Stevens performing the excellent, apocalyp-tinged electronic single "Too Much" in Australia earlier this year: