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Social Dance at The Oasis: Spanish Harlem Orchestra

Social Dance at The Oasis

August 4 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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One event on August 5, 2022 at 6:00 pm

Lincoln Center
65th Street & Broadway
New York, NY

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Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly


Following basic dance instruction from performer Talia Castro-Pozo and a warm-up set of salsa hits from DJ Woody, take the Oasis Dance Floor for an evening with the three-time Grammy Award-winning aces of the Spanish Harlem Orchestra.

This evening features a bilingual adapted dance lesson with Mark Morris Dance Group’s Dance for PD from 5:15-6:00 pm, designed to be accessible for people with mobility concerns with seated versions of each activity. All are welcome. Dance for PD ambassadors will also be offering seated versions of material shared at the public lesson and throughout the evening.

In addition to special event, the dance floor is open daily from 8 am to midnight for impromptu dance parties. See our guide to family-friendly events at Lincoln Center.

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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Free Waterline Square Park Concerts

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.

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Summer Jazz Sensations at Dante Park

Enjoy free outdoor jazz performances presented by the Lincoln Square BID The summer concert series, curated by saxophonist Eric Person, celebrates the neighborhood’s rich musical culture in a jewel like park in the heart of Lincoln Square with lots of tables and chairs to lunch and listen.

Grab food from nearby Épicerie Boulud and…

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The Bill Wurtzel Trio play standards from the American Songbook outside the American Folk Art Museum (which has an interesting free exhibit on inside).

Capacity is limited; arrive early. Note that there is no standing room for this concert.

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