We can’t think of a better way to spend this past Saturday than Bushwick Block Party’s annual bash featuring Action Bronson, Pictureplane, Jamaican Queens and World’s Fair. Vans had their skate ramp up and running, Roberta’s served up pizza to the masses and Action Bronson was out in full force talking to fans and dishing out some culinary bites from his food truck. Sailor Jerry even nailed the VIP treatment – the free drinks they served were on point.
The only downsides were long lines (some almost waited two hours!) and the absence of Andrew W.K., a long time staple of Bushwick Block Party. Around 6:30 the crowds were so massive that the Fire Marshal refused to allow entry. I guess that’s what happens when everyone in Brooklyn converges on one block for an alcohol and music fueled day of debauchery that could have easily been called, “hipsters gone wild.”
-Action Bronson performing with a crowd surfer over his shoulder (which you can see in the video below).
-Action Bronson signing various body parts of his fans as he waded through the massive crowd.
-Graffiti artists creating beautiful street art right before our very eyes.