Brooklyn Storehouse Announces Summer Events

Marking a new era of music events right in the heart of NYC, Brooklyn Storehouse is a new experience-led cultural space curated by live events and venue experience giants TCE Presents and Broadwick Live. As part of their first season, Brooklyn Storehouse’s first music-led shows are ready to roll, kicking things off August 31st with a newly announced show from James Hype and MEDUZA followed by acts like Eric Prydz, Mochakk, Charlotte De Witte, John Summit, and Justice and plenty more to come. Follow TCE and Broadwick socials for more information.

Setting the tone for this new mighty center for culture, Italian hitmakers MEDUZA and multi-genre extraordinaire James Hype will take to BSH’s 104,000 sq ft space. As key players in the house and techno scene, they have risen to success across the globe established for their innovative take on contemporary dance music. Renowned for their own event ‘Our House’ as an groundbreaking show that centers authentic musical experiences, paired with a wide-ranging soundtrack making them the perfect taste makers to start off this new venue experience.

“We couldn’t be more excited for Our House to be the first show announcement under Brooklyn Storehouse. We believe it’s a great venue to bring our collaborative event concept to, which promises audiences an insight into our darker sides musically and a truly unforgettable, immersive experience for all… From one of the outstanding success stories from Hi Ibiza in the summer of 2023, we look forward to bringing our venture back to New York on August 31st for a truly unmissable show!”


Brooklyn Storehouse will serve as an impressive space for arts and entertainment in Brooklyn’s Dockside pace – sitting in the middle of a historic epicenter of industry. Continuously transforming to create a wide array of spatial environments, meaning each show will create a new journey for attendees. Complete set builds, fashion shows, innovative, experience-led music shows, immersive art exhibitions, summits and brand  activations represent just a few examples of activities that will be taking place within the fully customizable space. Brooklyn Storehouse’s rich industrial legacy is enhanced through its aesthetic of raw concrete floors, exposed brick and hulking metalwork. Once the bustling hub of shipbuilding, Building 293’s immense iron struts offer a glimpse into the Navy Yard’s deep history, while its stunning waterfront location and iconic New York City skyline views ground the space firmly into the cultural fabric of Brooklyn.