Organizers for Come Out & Play, an annual New York City festival where players take part in street games that have them running around and exploring public spaces, will return this June 4th to 6th at Brooklyn's Park Slope and Gowanus Canal neighborhoods (each year's festival takes place in a different neighborhood).

The Brooklyn Lyceum, a 100-year-old bathhouse converted into a theater/gym/cafe, will host this year's Come Out & Play and serve as its headquarters, though the street games will extend to surrounding neighborhoods.

While a list of games planned for this fifth Come Out & Play aren't announced yet, festival co-founder Greg Trefry says this year's even will feature both games that don't take advantage of technology and those that do. He was particularly enthusiastic about location-based games that use smartphones and apps, according to ARGNet.

Festival sponsor SCVNGR, which runs a "geo-gaming platform", says it will present a location-based mobile game there this June. Trefry adds that Circle Rules Football, a popular game from last year's Come Out & Play, will appear again at this festival. He expects other "weird new sports", too.

Come Out & Play is accepting applications for both low-tech and high-tech games that "make interesting use of the city" until April 19th. The games will have access to a variety of areas in South Brooklyn, including Prospect Park, the Old Stone House, Green-Wood Cemetery, Gowanus, and "the streets, sidewalks, and other public areas waiting for the perfect game."