A number of nearby 9/11 remembrance events and monuments will pay tribute to those fallen on the 11th anniversary of this tragic event. All are open to the public.
- : This interfaith march will begin at 5 pm at the
- The Memorial Wall: Located in Downtown Brooklyn at FDNY Headquarters, this plaque lists the names of 55 FDNY members who died in the decade since the attack due to World Trade Center-related illnesses. There will be no formal program.
- 9/11 Memorial Concert: At the Fulton Ferry Landing, located at the foot of Old Fulton Street, Bargemusic will play its annual tribute to the victims of 9/11 with a free concert led by its director, Mark Peskanov. The program features works by Bach, Bottoms, Haydn, Schubert and Chopin and will take place at 8 pm.
- The Tribute in Light: According to the 9/11 Memorial Museum, the Tribute in Light will return for one night as a tribute to all those who were lost on 9/11. Located at West and Morris Streets in lower Manhattan but visible from various Brooklyn vantage points, the lights will begin at sunset (7:11 pm) on September 11 and fade away at dawn on September 12 (6:34am). There will be no formal program.
Recommended locations to observe the Tribute in Light include Red Hook, Columbia Waterfront, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn Bridge Pedestrian Walkway, Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Fulton Ferry State Park and Fort Greene Park.