Gowanus music venue and performing arts space Littlfield is moving, but not far. They’ve found an old printing warehouse that’s just around the corner from their current location, and it comes with a 4,000 square foot outdoor lot. The new location will also have an outdoor sister bar and restaurant called Parklife.
The venue still needs a little help though, and they’ve launched a Kickstarter to raise money for the new and improved Littlefield and Parklife. They write:

We’re very close to completion on both spaces, but we need your help to get us to the finish line! Your generous pledges will assist with littlefield’s moving costs and convert the exterior space from an empty dirt lot into Parklife.Littlefield will continue to offer quality and diverse programming with up-and-coming and established artists that you’ve come to expect from us, with the addition of a brand new state-of-the-art sound and lighting system to complement our unique events.As littlefield’s sister bar and restaurant, you will feel right at home at Parklife with its familiar vibe. Expect friendly staff, signature cocktails, and recycled materials that make up the physical space. Plus Parklife will be open all year-round for the community to enjoy.We thank you for your continued patronage and support. We look forward to seeing you at our new, exciting spaces!

Read more and donate HERE. Check out some pictures of the new location and ongoing construction in the gallery above.

Littlefield is planning to relocate in mid-May and open the new location in early June. The new Littlefield will be at 635 Sackett St, and Parklife will be at 636 Degraw St.

Littlefield’s current upcoming show schedule is here.

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