Five Points Fest Is Back

Five Points Fest is back! The biggest curated designer toy, indie comic, craft beer, kaiju & sofubi, street art and live painting festival, is excited to announce its much-anticipated return for 2022! The antidote to the average con, Five Points Fest brings together taste-makers, misfits, and rebels into a one-of-a-kind marketplace. Five Points Fest will take place at Brooklyn’s Zero Space on June 25th and 26th, and get your tickets here! 

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