SECOND SHOW ADDED!
Los Pleneros de la 21: Christmas in El Barrio
Sunday, December 10 at 6pm

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Parking Information


kumble theater parking

There are several paid lots and garages located close to Kumble Theater, including ones at 470 Hudson Avenue and 180 Ashland Place. Unfortunately, there are no discounts availabe through Brooklyn Center for Kumble Theater event parking.

Brooklyn college Parking
(leonard and claire tow center for the arts)

Limited on-campus paid parking is available for most performances taking place at either Whitman Theatre or the Tow Center, conveniently located within easy walking distance to the theater and fully accessible for patrons using wheelchairs. Additional paid parking for events at Brooklyn College is always available in the Target parking garage directly across Nostrand Avenue from the Brooklyn College campus.

$5 for single ticket holders
$3 for Multibuy patrons
Free for Brooklyn Center Members at the $100 level and above (click here for more details)

Brooklyn college Parking Lot Access

The Brooklyn Center parking lot opens one hour before the event start time and remains open until 30 minutes after the end of the event. The entrance to the campus lot is located on Campus Road, a quarter block west of the corner of Campus Road and Nostrand Avenue. Entering 2900 Avenue H in Google Maps or any GPS will direct you to the parking lot entrance.

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Event Highlights:

Los Pleneros de la 21: Christmas in El BarrioBrooklyn Center at Kumble Theater
Los Pleneros de la 21: Christmas in El Barrio
 
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Lunar New Year Celebration - Year of the Dog
 
Kenny Barron (solo piano)Brooklyn Center at Kumble Theater
Kenny Barron (solo piano)
 

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