Special “Apero Charrues”, Monday September 28! Come meet Jean Luc Martin (President) and Jérôme Tréhorel (General Director) of Les Vieilles Charrues Music Festival.
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Monday 28 September, 4-10pm
The Baylander Vessel, Brooklyn Bridge Park
Our project “Vieilles Charrues in New York 2016” (#vieillescharruesnyc2016) is in progress! As part of our ongoing “Apero Charrues” happy hour series, BZH New York is excited to invite you for a unique and incredible evening aboard the Baylander on Monday, September 28th.
The Apero Charrues will kick off at 4:00 pm with a public meeting to introduce our project to New Yorkers. This meeting will be followed by a happy hour (“Apero”) from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm.
Food, Drink, and Dancing!
Come meet new people, learn more about the Vieilles Charrues in New York project, and enjoy food, drink, and dancing. We’ll be serving French food (including crepes and oysters!) and wine/drinks (including Jenlain beer and Château Saint-Maur “Saint M” 2014 Rosé to pair with the Oysters!) all night long.
Dance with our DJ who will mix the line up of the festival.
This Apero will feature two special guests: Jean Luc Martin (President) and Jérôme Tréhorel (General Director) of Les Vieilles Charrues Music Festival. BZH New York is excited to welcome them to our happy hour, and they are looking forward to meeting members of the local community around a drink!
How to get there
By Car: Parking Available @ Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 5
By Subway: R (to Court St) or 2/ 3/ 4/ 5 (to Borough Hall)
BZH New York partner, S-Cruise, will offer rides between Tribeca Pier and the Baylander all evening.
Thanks to our sponsors!
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