Experience Hudson River Park like never before! This summer, we invite you to keep your ears and eyes open – take in shows featuring art across the spectrum in unexpected corners of your west side backyard.
On select dates this summer, we will bring music, dance and discovery to the Park. From singer songwriters and intimate dance showcases to drumlines and dance and much more, there is something along the four mile footprint for everyone to enjoy. See you in the Park!
2022 Line Up:
Jun 29 / Pier 64 Rock Garden at W 24 St.
Better Fires is a rock and roll band that fuses pop songs with big guitars and even bigger melodies. The band was started by long-time friends Zach Comtois and Mark Fortier, who are putting out their debut album in 2022.
Brooklyn United Marching Band
Jul 13 / Pier 81 at W 40 St.
The Brooklyn United Marching Band, popularly referred to as BU, is a Brooklyn United Music and Arts Program favorite. The southern collegiate-style band, with its flair for unique and electrifying presentations, has grown to become one of the country’s most prestigious marching bands.
Ariel Rivka Dance
Jul 27 / Clinton Cove at W 55 St.
Ariel Rivka Dance (ARD) is an all-female contemporary company founded by Artistic Director, Ariel Grossman. Its mission is to champion female creatives through original choreography, commissioned music, and family and educational programming.
Aug 10 / Pier 26 at N Moore St.
Aviva Jaye is a performing artist & composer primarily wielding voice, piano, harp, guitar & ukulele. She often combines acoustic & electronic elements to unlock a portal for listeners to venture, exploring the dimensions of empathy, self-awareness, social justice & futurism.
Aug 24 / Pier 84 at W 44 St.
Fogo Azul NYC is a New York City-based all-women, trans, non-binary, and gender non-conforming Brazilian Samba Reggae drum line. The group was born at the intersection of founder Stacy Kovacs’ passion for Samba Reggae, her deep respect for its cultural roots as a music of protest and resistance, her belief and activism in support of gender equality and her sense of civic duty in the current environment to publicly awaken and inspire people to resist oppression and exercise their power to uplift society —loudly.