This event is strictly 21+; I.D. required.
Attendees will be walking through the Cemetery at night, appropriate attire is recommended.
Programming on both nights is identical.
We regret that the venue is not handicap accessible.
Rain Date: Sunday, October 27
We are raucously excited and profoundly thrilled to invite you to the second coming of Nightfall, the mad, dark, and beautiful celebration of life, death, and all that's in between, that stretches across the twisting paths and magnificent monuments of the Green-Wood Cemetery, from the Gothic Arch to the Catacombs and back again.
Thousands of candles will light your way as you trace a narrative of love, loss, pleasure, pain and the impermanence of all that we hold dear.
Musical performances will be curated by your very own friends at Death of Classical, and other creative forces involved include Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, Morbid Anatomy, The Moth, Pioneer Works, and Rooftop Films.
The event of the Fall. Don't miss it...
“One of the most riveting and unusual chamber music performances of my lifetime”
“Live opera, staged among the dead...evocative...at Green-Wood, [Ousley] is upping his game.”
Incorporated in 1838, The Green-Wood Cemetery stretches across 478 pastoral acres in Brooklyn and boasts extraordinary works of nineteenth- and twentieth-century sculpture, statuary and architecture. Home to thousands of historic figures, The Green-Wood Cemetery offers tours of its grounds, concerts, book readings and other public events throughout the year. Green-Wood has been designated a National Historic Landmark by the United States Department of the Interior.