Ridgewood, Queens

Out In The Streets takes place on two acres of stunning parkland at the historic Vander Ende-Onderdonk House. This remarkable site is the oldest Dutch Colonial stone house in New York City. The grounds feature a spectacular view of the Manhattan skyline, as well as lush gardens, a large picnic area, a bonfire pit, and the legendary Arbitration Rock. The large stone sits at the center of the property, historically marking the dividing line between Brooklyn and Queens. This seemingly rural location that lies smack in the middle of the city makes the event a hugely memorable experience.

“The bucolic setting should make for a nice change of pace from the DIY venues many of these bands are more prone to play.”  
-Brooklyn Vegan

“It’s hard to imagine a more unique atmosphere than the grounds of the Onderdonk House, a historic property established in the 1600s.”


Support the Greater Ridgewood Historical Society and The Onderdonk House!