Organized by City Parks Foundation, SummerStage is probably one of the most anticipated and appreciated summer events in New York City this season. Over 100 performers will sing live for the people of the Big Apple in various locations around the metropolis. Kids, teens, youngsters, and adults will definitely adore the entertaining and lively event. Music genres will vary from hip-hop to jazz, to pop, rock and more. One thing’s for sure, the atmosphere will be mind-blowing. Good mood and excellent music have always brought people together. Hence, SummerStage is your opportunity to have a good time, make new friends, and socialize.
Bringing people together through good music is the main goal of the event. Over 100,000 fans are awaited to come and sing with some of New York’s most famous superstars. Several shows will be held in public parks and other venues, and there will be no price charges, while for others you may have to buy a ticket. Central Park is one of the main locations of SummerStage this season. Live shows like “The Power of the Trinity”, “Camille A. Brown & Dancers”, M83, and more will make sure to keep the crowd entertained. The people of New York will have what to do in August when not only Central Park will be abounded by concerts and performances, but also additional locations such as Kaiser Park, Marcus Garvey Park, Slattery Playground, and more.
Close Lakes Park will be an excellent location to enjoy some quality opera concerts. On August 2nd, The Metropolitan Opera Summer Recitals will certainly manage to dazzle its audience. Couples and families alike will be entertained by the soothing songs of some of the world’s most powerful and imposing music. Felix Hernandez will come on August 2nd at the Tappen Park to sing for its fans. Originally from The Bronx, the music of the artist is inspired from the late 70s and it includes genres such as east coast disco.
The fun continues on August 6th with “The Old Crowd Medicine Show”, “Heritage Op”, and “The Ebony Hillbillies”. Capoeira fans will have the chance to benefit from an amazing show on August 7th when “Abada Capoeira NYC” will come at the SummerStage to entertain their fans with extraordinary moves. August 9th is additionally one busy day for New Yorkers because Jon B will come to sing for the people at the Marcus Garvey Park. On that same day, Oran Etkin, a talented clarinetist, will be at the Alfred E. Smith Park where he will show off his talents to people fascinated by classical music.