Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival (BEMF) Releases Set Times, Todd Terje Cancels Set

posted by Laura Baker-Finch on November 07, 2013

Brooklyn, New York -- Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival (BEMF) has released the set times and box office details for the festival this weekend, taking place November 8-10.

The announcements below come with the news that Todd Terje has had to cancel his appearance at BEMF due to a family emergency. Due to Visa complications, Andre Bratten and Letherette have also had to pull out of the event.


The grid is divided by day and then color coded by venue. Most sets start after 9pm, when the festival officially begins, and they all last until at least 4am, with a few ending at 6am. When you're looking at the schedule, make sure to utilize the horizontal scroll bar at the bottom of each day's grid to see each venue involved in the festival that night.

Make sure to sign in and set up an account to create your own custom schedule to take on the go.

For the most up-to-date set times and information during the event, follow BEMF on Twitter and Like BEMF on Facebook.

Box Office

On Thursday (today), you can pick up your festival pass before the event even begins, handy if you want to attend the Skreamizm Pre Party. The pre-box office pick up is located at Output (74 Wythe Avenue) from 10pm-2am. From there, you can head right into the party.

For the rest of the weekend, the box office will be located at 61 North 6th Street between Kent and Wythe Avenues, across the street from Music Hall of Williamsburg. You can grab your passes anytime from Friday, November 8, to Sunday, November 10, from 7pm-3am.

If you purchased a ticket to an individual event, go directly to that venue either with your pass or to go to that stage's will call section.

Keep in mind an ID is require to pick up all Will Call tickets. You may also want to bring the credit card used and/or the confirmation number to help speed up the process. A limited number of tickets will be available at the box office but will be at a higher price point than the tickets online.

Instead of crossing your fingers there'll be tickets available day of, head to the BEMF Ticket Page to purchase your 3-day pass (including the pre and after hours parties) or single day tickets.

So now you know the schedule and how to get your tickets, but you're not done yet. Head to our Festival Guide to BEMF 2013 for travel tips, festival insights, and recommendations of where to eat, sleep, shop, party, and explore in Williamsburg. While you peruse the guide, listen to our BEMF Playlist.

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See Also:

Music Monday Playlist: BEMF 2013
BEMF to Take Brooklyn this November; Initial Lineup Revealed
NYC Neighborhood Spotlight: Williamsburg