It’s a neighborhood tradition that is now in its 40th year. The Brighton Jubilee brings everyone in this multicultural part of Brooklyn together for some end-of-summer fun.
Music is the universal language, and there will be lots of it at this festival, which will run along Brighton Beach Avenue, and turn down Coney Island Avenue to the beach. There will be blocks of good deals, international food vendors, giveaways, rides, and other fun activities for kids and adults alike.
The jubilee will start at 10am and will end at 6pm. It is run by the Brighton Neighborhood Association, a non-for-profit organization, and will help fund the group’s many activities, such as restoration from Superstorm Sandy; senior, tenant, and social services; and immigration outreach.
If you need any more convincing, check out this video from last year’s jubilee:
Fun for all is guaranteed, and we hope to see you there!