The long awaited and highly anticipated City Parks Foundation Summerstage 2022 lineup has been announced!
New York City’s beloved outdoor performing arts festival, bringing nearly 90 free and benefit shows to Central Park and 12 neighborhood parks across the five boroughs returns with a full season of shows this year.
The season will once again showcase established and emerging artists, presenting distinctly New York genres including salsa, jazz, hip-hop, indie rock, reggae, Afrobeat, soul, pop, global, contemporary dance, and many more.
Citywide parks and venues hosting SummerStage this season include Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem, Von King Park and The Coney Island Amphitheater in Brooklyn, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, Crotona Park in the Bronx, Corporal Thompson Park in Staten Island, as well as the newly refurbished SummerStage flagship venue at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park.
In Brooklyn, participants can look forward to performances by The Metropolitan Opera, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Sampa the Great and more!
|Wed, Jun 22||7:00 PM||THE METROPOLITAN OPERA SUMMER RECITAL featuring Brittany Renee, Ben Bliss and Justin Austin||Brooklyn Bridge Park||Free|
|Sat, Jun 25||4:00 PM||THE METROPOLITAN OPERA SUMMER RECITAL featuring Brittany Olivia Logan, Cierra Byrd and Vladyslav Buialskyi||Williamsbridge Oval Park||Free|
|Thu, Jul 21||6:00 PM||MIKE’s Young World 2 with Special Guest Slick Rick||Von King Park||Free|
|Fri, Jul 22||6:00 PM||Dallas Black Dance Theatre||Von King Park||Free|
|Sat, Jul 23||6:00 PM||Sampa The Great / Pink Siifu / Alisa Ali DJ Set in association with meanred||Von King Park||Free|
|Sun, Jul 24||4:00 PM||A Party Called Rosie Perez||Von King Park||Free|
Brooklyn, mark your calendars now!
All performances will be free and open to the public, except for benefit concerts, and select shows will also be live-streamed on SummerStageAnywhere.org. To see the full Summerstage lineup, go to SummerStage.org.
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