A CURATED EVENING OF LIVE MUSIC AND PERFORMANCE VIGNETTES AMIDST THE CANDLELIT LANDSCAPE OF BROOKLYN’S LANDMARK GREEN-WOOD CEMETERY
Back by popular demand! Atlas Obscura, “the definitive guide to the wondrous and curious places worldwide” and historic Green-Wood Cemetery present Into the Veil, an evening of exploration and discovery, featuring dozens live performances – some small and intimate and others, bold and grand. Many are brand new for the 2017 event. Attendees receive a specially designed map and menu of performance venues throughout the cemetery. Each journey is unique. Visitors wander at their own pace and inclination throughout the historic grounds. Winding pathways lead past majestic trees, historic gravestones, and beautifully sculpted memorials. A climactic performance at the end of the night unites everyone for a spectacular sendoff.
VIP EXPERIENCE: Go even deeper Into the Veil! VIP ticket holders are personally greeted and ferried away to an exclusive secluded venue within the cemetery for a series of magical and mysterious experiences. Limited to 150 participants. VIP ticket includes complimentary refreshments for the duration of the pre-party.
NOTE: Into the Veil is for guests 21 and older. Strictly enforced: I.D. required. Festive attire is encouraged as is sensible footwear. Dress warmly: the cemetery gets quite chilly after dark. A flashlight is also strongly recommended. Cash bars will be available for refreshments throughout the evening.
WHEN: Two nights this year!
Friday, October 13, 2017, 8:00 PM – 12:00 AM (VIP admission: 6:30 p.m.; Special ticket required)
Saturday, October 14, 2017, 8:00 PM – 12:00 AM (VIP admission: 6:30 p.m.; Special ticket required)
Both evenings feature similar programming.
COST: General Admission: $80; $75 for members of Green-Wood and/or the Brooklyn Historical Society. Cash bars available.
VIP Experience: $150; $145 for members of Green-Wood and/or the Brooklyn Historical Society. For VIP guests, complimentary drinks in the VIP area are included in the price of admission.
Reservations are required.