The Sonic Jungle, the latest to join Brooklyn’s selection of live music venues, has announced its soft opening on February 25. Sabo, Clarian, and Wolf + Lamb’s own Navid Izadi, among others, are set to inaugurate a new era of music, art, wellness and sustainability.
With 44,000 square feet and three floors to roam about, guests will be exposed to an array of live performances, infrared saunas and healing lounges, LED and eco-art installations, virtual reality, herbal apothecary and aromatherapy, and more during The Sonic Jungle’s opening event.
According to brothers and co-owners Andrew and David Goldin, The Sonic Jungle is “a playground where mental and physical senses are harnessed for impact.” A total of four pop-up events will take place throughout the winter and spring of 2017 ahead of the venue’s official opening in 2018. Not only will The Sonic Jungle be used as a nightlife space to connect and celebrate, but also to house artist residencies, host weekly fundraisers and a co-op workspace.
The Sonic Jungle is located on Flatbush Avenue, just across the street from Prospect Park. Learn more about the new venue here.