Full Moon's eighth year was a beautiful celebration of New York's young, creative spirit, acted out over fourteen hours across three stages. An international group of musicians, artists, performers, and culinary masters assembled to celebrate under the full moon's gentle glow.
The raw canvas of The Knockdown Center's cavernous indoor space and sprawling grounds were transformed into a fantastical, moonlit forest. A geodesic dome was erected over thousands of pounds of specially laid sand, creating a beach in the depths of Brooklyn. Scents, sounds, and floral design combined in the Jungle Stage room to evoke its namesake. The space was unrecognizable, transporting guests far beyond the everyday.