After a sparse turnout at the free concert series held at the Aviator Sports Complex next to the Rockaways, today Jelly redubbed the events "Rock Yard" and moved it to East Williamsburg at The Morgan.
Jelly NYC comes out swinging against a Brooklyn Paper article declaring their Floyd Bennett Field concert series a dud.
JellyNYC's jack-of-all-trades Chris Goldstein talks to us about Rock Beach, the geographical nuances of Brooklyn and Queens, Shirtless Tom, and why the Pool Parties are dead and gone.
Photo by Jen Carlson/Gothamist Since the Open Space Alliance has stepped
The Pool Parties officially kicked off their 5th annual free concert series
JellyNYC—perhaps fed up with the politics and their "fake non-profit" overlords hassling
Photo via Amanda Hatfield's flickr Senator Schumer has saved the Brooklyn
After Senator Schumer spearheaded a movement to save JellyNYC's Pool Parties,
Photo via Amanda M Hatfield's flickr Senator Schumer sent out a
Yesterday afternoon the Pool Parties made their debut off the McCarren Pool
Photo of McCarren by Ryan Muir, photo of East River State
The NY Times takes a preemptive look back at McCarren Park Pool,
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