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Free Waterline Square Park Concerts

Waterline Park;  Architect: MNLA;  Location: New York, NY

July 25 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Monday and Wednesday, repeating until August 17, 2022

Waterline Square Park
10 Riverside Blvd
New York, NY

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Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly

FREE

Enjoy free music and dance performances at a lush three-acre green space. On Mondays, classical cellist Luke Krafka perform; a variety of talented artists take to the stage on Wednesdays.

Seating is first-come, first-served; the lawn opens at 5pm. Bring your own blankets and picnic.

Social Dance at The Oasis

Rejoice in the healing power of movement with a free Social Dance series in the Lincoln Center Plaza. The summer-long celebration of reconnection and ecstatic motion is held on the city’s new largest outdoor dance floor, The Oasis. Try Merengue Tipico, Bachata, Salsa, Lindy hop, Western swing, Tango, The Hustle, Freestyle, Ballroom, and more. All…

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Free Ballet Hispánico Dance Classes

Take free dance classes with acclaimed local dance troupe  Ballet Hispánico in a lush three-acre green space by a new luxury apartment building.

On Saturday mornings, kids ages 3-10 can learn styles ranging from Rumba Flamenca to Afrobeats. On Thursday evenings, adults learn salsa, Afrobeats, hip-hop and more.

 

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Lincoln Center Family Workshops & Shows

Join all-ages music and dance workshops followed by performances by diverse, international musicians and dancers.

The workshop and performance are general admission, first-come first-served. Limited advance reservations will also be available for the performance at 12:00 pm on the Monday before.

Also check out the gorgeous installation GATHER throughout Lincoln Center.

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Columbus Ave Open Streets

Dine on fare from local restaurants and tables set up in car free streets. Enjoy activities for all ages including kids music, artmaking, live music, store discounts, food samples, sidewalk chalk, games and more.

Also look for art installations in storefronts.

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