DTE presents the 24th annual Red Hook Fest: We Push Forward

Directions to Red Hook Fest

Location & Directions

There are many ways to reach Red Hook Fest’s Mainstage event on Saturday, June 10. Use the tabs below to find general directions for your preferred method of transportation. You can also use the interactive map below to get more specific directions. As weather and construction can affect traffic, take caution and check your route against your favorite app and traffic updates before coming out.

For Pedestrians

Jofaz Transportation has generously provided a free shuttle bus to help pedestrians make their way to Red Hook Fest! Shuttle stops going to Red Hook Fest are:

  • Smith & 9th Street [at the F/G subway station]
  • 477 Columbia Street [The Flagpole]
  • Lorraine & Columbia Street
  • Beard & Ostego Street [IKEA]
  • Red Hook Fest at Louis J. Valentino, Jr. Park & Pier

The shuttle stops leaving Red Hook Fest are:

  • Red Hook Fest at Louis J. Valentino, Jr. Park & Pier
  • Coffey and Dwight Street
  • Clinton and Bay Street [The Rec Center]
  • Smith & 9th Street [at the F/G subway station]

For pedestrians starting their journey outside of Red Hook, the easiest way to reach Red Hook fest is via the B61 or the NYC ferry. The B61 is easily accessible from most subway lines. If you do not live near a stop, here are some of the most popular nearby subway stops:

  • Take the A/C/G to Hoyt/Schermerhorn and walk to Fulton and Smith street to catch the B61.
  • Take the A/C/F to Jay Street- MetroTech and walk to Fulton and Smith street to catch the B61.
  • Take the 2/3 to Hoyt Street and walk to Fulton and Smith street to catch the B61.
  • Take the 2/3/4/5/R to Borough Hall/ Court Street and walk to Joralemon and Boerum Place to catch the B61.
  • Take the F/G to Smith & 9th to take the free Red Hook Fest shuttle bus courtesy of Jofaz Transportation.

If you’re taking the B61, get off at Van Brunt & Coffey Street. Walk 2 blocks northwest to Red Hook Fest at Ferris & Coffey Street.

If you are taking the ferry, take the South Brooklyn Ferry to the Red Hook stop at the Ferris and Clinton Wharf. Walk South on Ferris Street and turn right onto Coffey Street to Red Hook Fest at Ferris & Coffey Street.

For Bikers

Red Hook makes for a scenic and accessible bike ride. One of the easiest ways to reach Red Hook Fest from downtown Brooklyn is via Columbia Street. The Columbia Street bike lane merges with Van Brunt. Take Van Brunt south and turn right on Coffey Street. Continue two blocks until you reach Red Hook Fest at Ferris and Coffey streets.

If you’re coming to Red Hook Fest from the South, you can take 9th street to Centre Mall. Continue northwest onto King Street. Continue on King Street until you reach Ferris Street. Turn onto Ferris Street and continue south until you reach Red Hook Fest at Coffey Street.

For Drivers

One of the easiest ways to reach Red Hook Fest from downtown Brooklyn is via Columbia Street. Columbia merges with Van Brunt, where you can continue due south. Turn right on Coffey Street and continue two blocks until you reach Red Hook Fest at Ferris and Coffey streets.

From the south, you can take the Prospect Expressway or Gowanus Expressway to Hamilton Avenue. Continue on Hamilton Northwest until Van Brunt. Take Van Brunt south and turn right onto Coffey Street. Continue two blocks until you reach Red Hook Fest at Ferris and Coffey streets.