Main Stage Rugby Road
Sponsored by Flatbush Food Coop and Amerigroup Health Plus
MC’s Roopa Singh, Anthony Finkel & Mike Fiorito
12:00 DECOSTER (rock)
12:30 The Encounters (doo-wop)
1:00 Omni Ensemble (classical)
1:40 Stanley John Mitchell (rock)
2:20 High Teen Boogie (punk)
2:55 Jason Yeager (jazz pianist)
3:25 Jeanine Truly (jumpin’ jazz)
3:55 Grey Sky Appeal (rap)
4:30 Dirty Mike & The Boize (dj set)
5:00 Khel (electro/rock)
5:25 Catahoula Cajun Band
The Flatbush Development Corporation (FDC)’s 38th Annual Flatbush Frolic street fair is fast approaching! Join us on Cortelyou Road, between Ocean and Coney Island Avenues (in the heart of Victorian Flatbush), on Sunday, September 15th from 12:00pm to 6:00pm. The Frolic will be filled with food, children’s rides, merchandise and arts & crafts vendors.
This year’s main stage music will include performances by DECOSTER, The Encounters, Omni Ensemble, Stanley John Mitchell, Nonlee High Teen Boogie, Jason Yeager, Jeanine Truly with Jumping Jazz, Grey Sky Appeal, Dirty Mike & The Boize, Roopa, Khel and Catahoula Cajun Band. In addition to music, we are proud to feature dance and movement performances by Latin Fever Dance Studio, Cynthia Dance Studio, Midwood
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The Flatbush Frolic is a great opportunity for local vendors to meet the
community and showcase their wares. To become a food or merchandise vendor on
the day of the Frolic, please complete the downloadable Vendor Application PDF and
return it to Mike at Meteor Festivals, as outlined on the form. Thanks, and
we hope you join us!
Welcome to the 36th Annual Flatbush Frolic which will be held from 11am-5pm on Sunday, September 16th, 2012.
Frolickers of all kinds are welcome – Vendors, shoppers, musicians, families, paraders and more.
Please contact the Flatbush Development Corporation to rent a space, register your group for the Banner Parade, or get more info about the Frolic, Brooklyn’s home-grown street festival. Our community, one of the most diverse in New York City, celebrates together – its not just tube socks and sausages (although we have them, too).
We look forward to seeing you in September!
Here’s the vendor application:
Frolic Application 2012
This year there will be fun contests for all ages (from grandchild to grandparent) all day long! What’s ahead?
- Hula hooping never goes out of style. A true contest for all ages. Who does it better the kids or the grown ups? Meet in the Just for Kids area of the Argyle Tot Lot.
- Barbershop Buzz Off – Local barbers compete for the coveted Hair-itage Trophy (established 2012) while you watch. Between E16th and E17th Streets.
- Young artists create something special in the Tot Lot.
- Adopt your new best friend from the Sean Casey Animal Shelter.
- The Smokehouse mobile vehicle from the FDNY so kids can practice fire safety.
A special surprise from…the Brooklyn NETS!
Are you ready for fun?! More to come!
The 34th Flatbush Frolic is back with the theme “Sustaining Our Global Community.”
Taking sustainability – in all its forms – to the next level. More sustainability minded vendors and displays to come!
The vendor pricing list for the 2010 Flatbush Frolic is now posted!
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As a token of appreciation from FDC, our returning vendors receive a “returning vendors” discount. So if you were with us last year, we you can receive 2009 prices! And if this it s your first year with the Flatbush Frolic, next year you will receive this year’s prices!
Visit the vendor page for more info!
The 34th annual Flatbush Frolic street fair will be Sunday, September 18th, 2011! The event will span Cortelyou Road from Coney Island Avenue to Ocean Ave.
We look forward to frolicking fun with thousands of neighbors, visitors, and anticipate over 150 unique vendors.
Sponsorships are being accepted for the 2011 Flatbush Frolic. Sponsors receive recognition and gratitude in our greater Brooklyn community for sponsoring this annual event. The sponsorship application is located here in the sponsorship packet.
Who is already on board and supporting fun, education, and sustainability in the Flatbush Community? Glad you asked…
Flatbush Neighborhood Supporters
Super Local Merchant Supporter
Flatbush Food Coop, Latin Fever Dance Studio, Midwood Martial Arts
** Sponsors will be finalized by July 15. Act now if your company would like to advertise through our printed Flatbush Frolic materials! **