Brooklyn Mirage Reveals Redesign and Summer 2022 Lineup

Anjunabeats Brooklyn Mirage 2019
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The Brooklyn Mirage has undergone a complete redesign and will host artists including Alesso, Bonobo, Charlotte de Witte, and more this season!

When The Brooklyn Mirage broke onto the NYC nightlife scene, it was an immediate hit drawing sold-out crowds right from the start. As the only notable open-air venue that’s smaller than a stadium yet still large enough to host marquee names, it satisfied revelers’ desire for a club feel in an outdoor space. Even in its first, rudimentary iteration, it got a lot of things right from the start. For example, the parapet walkways with Manhattan views and a lookout tower with a tiki bar have remained from the beginning.

After its first two years, notable modifications were made to improve the video mapping and remove obstacles from the main dance floor. However, a number of columns remained in order to hold up the intricate lighting and mapping system in place at the time. But now, for 2022, those columns are gone and major modifications have been made to the stage, video, and lighting capabilities.

The Mirage was always meant to adapt and change, to appear and to disappear. Every new generation of the Mirage innovates with new custom methods of building modular structures, as well as with non-traditional use of the latest multi-media and entertainment technology available. This year we’re introducing the third generation of our Mirage concept and while it will bring a lot of improvements and upgrades, and will set new standards on many levels, we found a way to keep the soul of the last generations alive.

Billy Bildstein (Avant Gardner founder, owner, chief creative officer)

In addition to a now completely unobstructed dance floor, the entire stage area has been completely reimagined. There is a new and enormous video wall that spans the entire 200-foot wide stage and is 30-feet tall. The video wall boasts 30 million pixels in 15k ultra-wide resolution across 1000-LED panels. The entire video rework is a collaboration with the multi-media studio Conveyor; it even includes a bespoke media-server system. The stage area also now boasts a seemingly floating roof system to shield performers (and gear) from the elements while adding to the lighting production.

Along with revealing the new design, the bulk of the summer lineup has been announced as well.

The opening weekend alone features Alesso, as well as takeovers by Cityfox and Body & Soul. In addition to headliners such as DJ Snake, Chris Lake, Slander, and Dom Dolla, there are also full venue takeovers by Elrow, All Day I Dream, Anjunabeats, Anjunadeep, and Boiler Room. This summer lineup has a little something for everyone and many headliners are already sold out, so don’t wait on your chance to grab tickets to the remaining events.

Tickets to all of the announced summer season shows are on sale now!

The Brooklyn Mirage 2022 Season Line Up

Brooklyn Mirage 2022 Season

The Brooklyn Mirage 2022 Season Line Up By Date

  • May 5 & 6: Alesso
  • May 7: Cityfox Regenerate
  • May 8: Body & Soul
  • May 12, 13, 14: Disclosure
  • May 15: Slander
  • May 19: David Guetta & Morten Present: Future Rave
  • May 20: David Guetta
  • May 21: Gorgon City
  • May 22 Boris Brejcha
  • May 25: Sofi Tukker
  • May 27: DJ Snake
  • May 28: Kaskade Redux
  • June 3 & 4: Chris Lake
  • June 5: All Day I Dream
  • June 9 & 10: Marhsmello
  • June 12: Get Real w/ Green Velvet, Claude vonStroke, and More
  • June 17: Ladyland Festival w/ Honey Dijon, Tinashe, and More
  • June 18: Duke Dumont
  • June 19: A-Trak & Friends Block Party
  • June 24: Galantis
  • June 25: Planet Pride
  • June 26: Alegria
  • July 1: Dom Dolla
  • July 8: Anjunabeats
  • July 9: Anjunadeep
  • July 14 & 15: Tiësto
  • July 16: Boiler Room
  • July 22: Deadbeats
  • July 23: Elrow
  • July 30: Rowdytown w/ Big Gigantic, and More
  • August 6: MK
  • August 7: Nora en Pure: Purified
  • August 24: Cuco
  • August 26: Charlotte de Witte: KNTXT
  • September 2: Adam Beyer: Drumcode
  • September 25: Bonobo

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Jared, aka JSkolie, was introduced to electronic music in the 1990’s by way of Orbital. He raved in parks and fields in South Florida where the entirety of the production was a DJ in a box truck. Now living in NYC, he attended his first Above & Beyond show in 2016 and his life has never been the same. Jared has been energized by the Trance community and its PLUR ethos. He is a supporter of harm reduction and is a DanceSafe volunteer. Jared enjoys endurance events and has danced for 12-hours straight while often recovering from raves with bike rides just as long. Or longer.

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