In addition to the interactive installations and films, Saturday afternoon in DUMBO was abuzz with sound. All afternoon long crowds flowed between Tobacco Warehouse, 55 Washington St., and the Archway under the Manhattan Bridge to catch some of their favorite bands in our weekend-long art and technology festival.
Brazilian Creator Emicida and Chinese Creators Queen Sea Big Shark kicked off festivities at 2 PM, before A$AP Rocky, Four Tet and Yuksek rocked the afternoon crowds. Nosaj Thing and The Juan MacLean held down the fort inside 55 Washington for the techno-lovers and Florence + the Machine serenaded fans at the Archway right as dusk fell. Though their set was unfortunately cut short, Justice brought the dance party over at Tobacco Warehouse, which was so loud people driving over the Brooklyn bridge could hear.
Whether you were there or not, this slideshow will help you vicariously live out our favorite moments. For a roundup of the musicians’ latest music videos and a streaming Grooveshark playlist, go here. If you took Instagram photos, make sure to tag them #creators to be a part of our global photomontage. Check back tomorrow for shots of all the installations and more!