Brooklyn festival dweller have announced their second edition.
Taking place across four days and 11 parties, dweller is a festival to celebrate the black underground, hosted by Bushwick venue Bossa Nova Civic Club, and curated by the club's booker and Discwoman co-founder Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson.
In a post on Twitter where she shared the artwork for the festival too, Frankie said: "Since the last dweller I've been impatient to start the next and make it a bigger thing. I think certain from last year, both inspiring and problematic, have helped shape the necessity for this. Over the last year I've had some necessary personal and professional fall-outs but also introduced some new personal and professional connections. I feel fortunate to be able to speak up for what I believe in, and dweller is a manifestation of that. Most importantly though, being able to work with such incredible people has been the best part. I hope you can all come and support. Thanks everyone."
Check the full dweller 2020 lineup below:
DJ Lady Lane
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe
dweller will take place at Bossa Nova Civic Club, Nowdays and some other venues TBA, from 5th February to 9th February. Visit the website for more information.
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