8th Brooklyn Americana Music Festival

September 22 – 25, 2022

Dumbo Archway, Sunny’s, 68 Jay St Bar, and Superfine.

Semi Annual Festival – Twice A Year! June 24 – 26, 2022 took place at Liberty Lawn in Brooklyn Bridge Park & Jalopy Theatre. 

Check out our 2022 SPOTIFY PLAYLIST 

Made possible in part by Brooklyn Arts Council, NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs, NY State Council on the Arts, the Office of Councilman Lincoln Restler, and the encouragement of NYC Mayor Eric Adams.

Charlie Burnham
Ana Egge
Maggie Carson
Treya Lam
Hubby Jenkins
Lizzie Edwards
Jackson Lynch
The Loyales
The Brightmares
Rashad Brown
Jan Bell & The Maybelles
The Lonesome Heroes
Howard Brofsky Memorial Jazz Jam
Hyuna Park
Tina Lama
Rebecca Hart Band
Mali Obomsawin
Cornelius Eady
Joanna Sternberg
Rosetta Serrano
Hilary Hawke
Thea Hopkins
Sunshine Nights
Tone Johansen
Olivia Ellen Lloyd
Lisa Liu
Miriam Elhajli
Saudia Young
Taylor Plas
Bobby Blue
M Shanghai String Band
Alice Lee
Feral Foster
Tone’s Legendary Bluegrass Jam
Daria Grace and the Pre war Ponies
Michaela Gomez
Mister Moriah
Jennifer Milich
Rebecca Birmingham – WFMU
Ken Shoji and Arnt Arntzen
Curtis J
Tanya Rynd and Cara Lee Sparry
T Shirt – Modeled by Joseph.
T Shirt – modeled by Bo Wayne
Tank Tops – modeled by Dani
Tank top – modeled by Samoa



Click the Day to Reveal its Schedule

The 8th Annual ​Brooklyn Americana Music Festival (BKAMF)​ brings together thirty artists playing original folk, roots, country blues, old time, and Americana. 

Friday September 23, 2022

Dumbo Archway

5pm Rosetta Serrano

6pm The Brightmares

7pm Hubby Jenkins

8pm Lizzie and The Makers

9pm Maggie Carson

Saturday September 24

Dumbo Archway

3pm The Loyales

4pm Neha

5pm Treya Lam

6pm Rebecca Hart

7pm Ana Egge

8pm Rashad Brown

9pm Jackson Lynch

Sunday September 25, 2022

Superfine Restaurant Bar & Art Space

Bluegrass Green Chile Brunch

Noon – The Lonesome Heroes (Austin TX)

2pm – The Maybelles

68 Jay St Bar

4pm – 7pm Howard Brofsky Memorial Jazz Jam with Tina Lama, Hyuna Park and Friends of ‘Dr. BeBop’


7pm After Party – The Jackson Lynch Band


Upcoming at Festival Partner Venues:

Top Ten Lists:

10 Amazing Summer things to do in Dumbo and Brooklyn Bridge Park


Kings of Americana! Bands to watch in DUMBO and Red Hook

Significant music festival grows in Dumbo and Red Hook – Red Hook Star Revue

If you hear twangs of mandolin or fiddle wafting across the East River, it’s not carrying up the coast from Nashville — it’s the Brooklyn Americana Music Festival, taking place on several stages in Dumbo. Critics Choice,

Spiritual successor: Americana jamboree is rooted in the old Dumbo Art Festival New York Post, Sunday Special

Folk music is alive and well in Brooklyn. A number of venues and musicians are committed to keeping traditional music—including folk, Americana, bluegrass, old time, and country music—on stage. 

 Explore Brooklyn

Best things to do in NYC this week!


Biggest and best yet! Leaves Waterfront Wanting More – ‘Brooklyn Life’ DumboNYC

Variety and authenticity highlight Americana Festival – Brooklyn Roads

Superfine Bluegrass Brunch – The Best Live Music Brunch Spots in Brooklyn



Brooklyn Americana Music was founded in the wake of the Dumbo Arts Festival folding in 2014. DAF was an incredible visual arts open studio experience, where we produced the live music stages in loading docks, the tobacco warehouse, rooftops, industrial era lofts, and all along the river side for fifteen years. NYC Mayor Eric Adams, then Brooklyn Borough President gave us the thumbs up to forge ahead, and thanks to Brooklyn Arts Council we are supported by the Brooklyn Arts Fund and NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.

Brooklyn Americana music partners with artist owned and operated festival venues year round. We curate live music at Superfine, 68 Jay St Bar, Sunny’s Red Hook and special events at Jalopy Theatre for over 15 years. 

Non profit partners Dumbo BID enable live music in The Archway, and Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy support our stages on Pier 6.

Click here for 6th Annual BKAMF Highlight Reel

THANK YOU to our Bkamf 2020 ‘Long Distance’ Virtual Artists.

Sixty three concerts live streamed and pre-recorded from lock down and quarantine in NYC, eleven states, and seven countries.

Enjoyed by 41K Viewers around the world:

In 2021 Brooklyn Americana Music curated ‘Americana in the Archway’ in partnership with Dumbo BID as part of ‘Daily Dose of Dumbo’

7000 Square foot cobblestone plaza beneath the Manhattan Bridge is in its 12th year as an activated community space.

Click here to see the  brilliant history of the Dumbo Archway!

Americana in the Archway September 3rd – ‘Downtown’ Rashad Brown

More Online fun took place at ‘Unlocked’ Folk Alliance International. More on our Youtube Channel!

DUMBO Oral History Project with festival founder Jan Bell



We acknowledge the unceded territory where we gather as the traditional land of the Lenape Peoples, The Nayack and The Canarsee with gratitude for the land itself, and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations

The Jalopy Theatre & School of Music


Dumbo Archway


Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 6


68 Jay St Bar


Sunny’s Bar





Brooklyn Arts Council
NYC Cultural Affairs
Brooklyn Bridge Park
Sixpoint Brewery
Mark Jupiter
Jalopy Theatre
NYC Ferry

DUMBO Station
Miko Graphics
Two Trees NY

Art Index
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VENMO @BrooklynAmericana

Tax Deductible Donations via Brooklyn Arts Council

Visit our Patreon Page, to see Rewards and Thank You prizes!

We are happy to doff our hat your way for any contribution. Sliding Scale Sponsorship starting at small business level $500
Signage on stage at seven indoor stages & two outdoor stages in Brooklyn Bridge Park & the Archway under the Manhattan Bridge
VIP tickets to the Opening Night Gala
Reserved picnic table at Brooklyn Bridge Park and Dumbo Archway outdoor stages
Back Stage Guest List Passes 
Shout outs from the stage  & Invitation Only events year round in Dumbo and Red Hook for you & friends and family.

The 7th Annual Brooklyn Americana Music Festival was made possible by public funds from the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by Brooklyn Arts Council.”

The Festival is made possible in part by the office of Councilman Stephen Levin administered by Dumbo BID.

Thank you so much!