Next weekend, Brooklyn Comes Alive will take over three New York venues—Brooklyn Bowl, Music Hall of Williamsburg and Rough Trade—for a full day of supergroups and one-off collaborations, and today the event organizers revealed the full lineup.

The festivities at Brooklyn Bowl will kick off with a “Soul Tracks” jam with Turkuaz’s Shira Elias at 4pm, then continue with a tribute to Col. Bruce Hampton, Butch Trucks and Gregg Alman featuring George Porter Jr., Brandon “Taz” Niederauer and more; a quartet featuring The Disco Biscuits Marc Brownstein and Break Science’s Borahm Lee; Cory Henry teaming up with Nikki Glaspie, Scott Metzger, MonoNeon and Skerik; and a “Purple Party” tribute to Prince, with MonoNeon, Snarky Puppy’s Nate Werth, members of The Motet and Turkuaz, and more.

Music hall of Williamsburg will open at 4:15 with Katharsis, followed by the Adam Deitch Quartet featuring members of Lettuce and more; Switch Hitters featuring Wil Blades, Nigel Hall, Nate Werth and Robert “Sput” Searlight; a Steely Dan Tribute with members of The Motet, Dopapod, Kung Fu, Turkuaz and more; and to close the evening, two special Jam Room performances presented by Jam Cruise and hosted by George Porter Jr. and Karina Rykman & Craig Brodhead.

Finally, Rough Trade’s offerings will start at 3:30 with a comedy show dubbed “Wokes with Jokes” before The Karina Rykman Experience opens the music at the venue. Also set to play Rough Trade are Carubba, Compa, Winderman; a trio of Johnny Vidacovitch, Robert Walter and Lettuce’s Eric “Benny” Bloom; and Baby Jesus Peasant Party, featuring Lettuce’s Eric “Jesus” Coomes and Ryan Zoidis, Borahm Lee and more.

See the full schedule here and in the image below. All Brooklyn Comes Alive information can be found here.