BROOKLYN — Get ready to bust a Goog.
The hotly anticipated concert/food festival, The Great GoogaMooga, is set to rock Prospect Park this weekend, with an estimated 80,000 fans expected to pack the park’s Nethermead Meadow Saturday and Sunday.
The event, organized by Bonnaroo brainchild Superfly and billed as “an amusement park for food and drink,” will draw performers and chefs ranging from The Roots and Hall & Oates to Anthony Bourdain and Tom Colicchio.
Approximately 75 food vendors, 35 brewers, 30 winemakers and 20 live music acts will converge on the 25-acre meadow starting at 11 a.m. each day.
Tickets were made available free online in the weeks leading up to the event but were quickly snatched up by hungry festival-goers.
Among the restaurants slated to appear are Big Gay Ice Cream, Craft, DBGB, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, Joseph Leonard, Mile End, Momofuku, Red Rooster, Roberta’s, Russ & Daughters and The Spotted Pig.
Performers include Holy Ghost!, Bear Hands, Fitz and the Tantrums and Lez Leppelin.
Organizers reminded attendees to come with plenty of cash, as credit cards will not be accepted.
Visit www.googamooga.com for more information.