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AERI, Ashni & treya lam

Sunset on the Hudson

Catch a concert accompanied by the incomparable sunset in your west side backyard!

The sounds of summer come alive at Hudson River Park’s long-running music series Sunset on the Hudson.

Each concert will feature Queer and BIPOC artists integral to New York—from historic greats with a history on the piers to up-and-coming locals, you won’t want to miss a second or a sunset in this series!

Experience some of the city’s greatest talent right in your west side backyard.

About the Artists


AERI is a singer-songwriter who fosters collective tenderness through raw lyricism and alt-ambient soundscapes. She is soon releasing Shelter Tide, her sophomore EP that captures the swallowing of violent cycles and the call for safety outside of them.


Ashni is a New York-based songwriter, composer, vocalist and pianist. Her relationship with the stage began with classical North Indian dance, Kathak, and western classical piano. A first-generation Indian American, she grew up absorbing Hindustani classical music and Garba, Gujarati folk music and dance. From these roots, she incorporates her love for pop, jazz, and R&B, and envelops listeners in a reflective, cathartic dimension. Her work meditates on the relationships we build with the self, our communities, and all beings in our natural world.

treya lam

treya lam is a multi-instrumentalist composer and multidisciplinary creator whose expansive and intersecting identities inform but do not define their work. lam’s atmospheric voice, fluency on guitar, piano, looped viola, percussion and found sounds culminates in liberation oriented chamber-protest songs that Smithsonian Magazine describes to “perfectly capture the mixture of love, loss and hope.

Sunset on the Hudson Schedule

An audience watches a Sunset on the Hudson performance from the Pier 45 lawn
Friday, May 31
6:30 PM
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