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The Great Googa Mooga Festival in Prospect Park

The Great GoogaMooga Festival will transform Brooklyn’s Prospect Park into a grand celebration for foodies and music lovers alike. The two-day event will feature 35 brewers, 75 food vendors, 30 winemakers and 20 live music performances. There will be two stages for live music with a mix of national and local artists from different genres.  The line up has yet to be announced.

On site will be over 100 wines from around the world available to purchase by the taste or glass, and in Octoberfest style, there will be a beer tasting pavilion which will feature more than 30 different domestic and foreign craft beer makers.

David Rockwell (founder & CEO of the Rockwell Group), Garrett Oliver (brewmaster of the Brooklyn Brewery), Paul Grieco (sommelier/co-owner of Terroir & Hearth), Eddie Huang (chef/owner of Baohaus), New York City culinary specialists Anthony Bourdain (chef,cauthor and host of No Reservations) and Tom Colicchio (chef & judge of Top Chef) are some of the collaborators of the Great GoogaMooga.

Music lineup at Googe Mooga

May 19
The Roots • Holy Ghost! • Preservation Hall Jazz Band • The Pedrito Martinez Group • Naomi Shelton & the Gospel Queens • Bear Hands • Unknown Mortal Orchestra • Unchained “the Mighty Van Halen Tribute” • Fort Lean

May 20
Daryl Hall & John Oates • Fitz & the Tantrums • Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires • Escort • Lez Zeppelin • Peelander-Z • We Barbarians • Lucius
Lineup subject to change

The line up of Great GoogaMooga food vendors include:
Baohaus, Big Gay Ice Cream, Blue Ribbon, Brindle Room, Char No. 4, Co., Cookin’ With Coolio, Colicchio & Sons, DBGB Kitchen and Bar, Dirty Bird To Go, Do or Dine , Frankies 457 Spuntino , Hill Country Barbecue Market, Joseph Leonard, The Meat Hook, The Lobster Place, Luke’s Lobster, M. Wells, Mile End, Minetta Tavern, Momofuku Milk Bar, Porchetta, Red Rooster , Russ & Daughters, Roberta’s, Simply Chicken by Jean-Georges, The Spotted Pig, Sullivan St Bakery, Third Rail Coffee Shop, Tia Pol, Vinegar Hill House

General admission is free, but the “Extra Mooga” package which includes an all-inclusive experience will cost attendees $249.50. Find out more information on their site.

The Great GoogaMooga
May 19 & 20
Prospect Park, Brooklyn
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