Red Baraat Festival of Colors
61 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Doors: 6:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
In accordance with the New York City “Key to NYC” vaccination mandate, Brooklyn Bowl has updated its COVID-19 Policy, effective immediately:
All guests must present a matching photo ID along with proof of vaccination in the form of:
NYC COVID Safe App
CDC Vaccination Card (or photo)
Official immunization record from outside the U.S
Acceptable vaccines include:
Johnson & Johnson
Vaccines authorized by the WHO (if vaccinated outside of the U.S.)
Any guests, including ticket holders, unable to provide adequate proof of vaccination will not be granted entry into the venue.
Guests under 12 are required to wear masks except while eating or drinking.
All guests are strongly encouraged to wear masks.
All Brooklyn Bowl staff are fully vaccinated and must wear masks while inside the venue.
Our COVID-19 policies are subject to change at any time. Please refer to your show’s event page for show-specific vaccine and mask requirements, and continue to check prior to visiting Brooklyn Bowl.
The health of our guests, staff, and performers remains our highest priority, and we appreciate your understanding as we continue to navigate this continually-evolving situation.
Their infectious rhythms roll over the audience like a hurricane and let the audience breathe only in a short ballad pause, to change a torn guitar string… Fred Balz, Allgemeine Zeitung, Rhein Main Presse (Germany)
Red Baraat’s June 2018 album release, “Sound The People”, hit the top 10 on the World Music Charts Europe and was heralded in the US as the anthem soundtrack for the South Asian diaspora by US hipster, indie-rock magazine, Stereogum:
The album is full of moments that hit with the force of a spiritual awakening… The funk, ska-punk, and other American forms that make their way into the music are layered intricately within the same threadwork as the ragas on which these songs are pulled from. Each piece is a gesture of cultural harmony, rendering not only genre irrelevant, but the geographic placement of those sounds.
Harini was a featured soloist on violin in the video ‘Jiya Jale’ by The Berklee Indian Ensemble, released in 2014, that has 7 million views to date. She performs across the United States with touring Indian Musicians like Karthik, Devan and Anup Rubens.She also tours with the popular multi disciplinary production 'Bollywood Boulevard' as a lead singer and violinist playing at prestigious performing arts centers like Lincoln Center, NJPAC, Wolf Trap, Kingsbury Hall UT. She is currently working as a composer along with Rianjali on a musical theater project 'Bollywood Kitchen' by Sri Rao, that blends Bollywood and Indian Classical music with Musical Theater to create a unique sound.