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By subway: 1, A, B, C, D to 59th Street–Columbus Circle or 1 train to 66th Street–Lincoln Center.
By bus: M5, M7, M11, M66, M104 to Lincoln Center.
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In an effort to create a more enjoyable experience as well as a comfortable and safe performance environment, Lincoln Center is expanding security measures for Out of Doors. Beginning at 5:00 pm on all event days, entry to Damrosch Park will be limited to three access points. Each of these points will include a security/bag inspection performed by Lincoln Center Security. Patrons who are already inside of the park are welcome to remain and enjoy the performance from where they are, however, all bags will be subject to inspection.
Seating in Damrosch Park is first come, first served, and gates typically open one hour prior to the performance, unless otherwise noted. For popular performances, lines often form in advance of opening, and seating may reach capacity quickly. If you choose to stand in line, we recommend that you bring water and sunscreen and that your entire party be present.
All artists and times are subject to change. Artists are generally listed in reverse order of appearance.
All events will end no later than 10:00 pm, except for the "silent" movie, which will continue later into the night .
Come early for a drink at one of our summer bars or enjoy a snack at our visiting food trucks.
*Credits cards are accepted at bars.
Lincoln Center Out of Doors makes every effort to present each event of the season, as long as weather allows. For up-to-the-minute updates about show status and other news, check this website.
Accessible seating locations are available in Damrosch Park and Hearst Plaza.
FM assistive listening devices and neck loops are available at all amplified performances. Visit the Guest Services Information Tent to borrow. A driver’s license or other valid form of identification is required as a security deposit.
Braille and large-print versions are available for events that have printed programs.
American Sign Language interpretation available at La Casita (Saturday, August 5 and Sunday, August 6).
For more information about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.875.5456.
For patrons who are unable to stand in line due to a disability, check-in for the accessible entrance is available at the Guest Services Information Tent 30 minutes prior to the gates opening. Each patron with a disability can bring up to three companions.
The accessible entrance opens at the same time as the public entrance. Please note that once the venue reaches capacity, all entrances (general public and accessible) will close. Checking in does not guarantee admission, and patrons who use the accessible entrance are not required to use accessible seats.