Selections from the 150 Greatest Albums Made by Women featuring Ronnie Spector, Nona Hendryx, Lizzo, Gaby Moreno, Alynda Segarra, and TORRES
Rickie Lee Jones performs Pirates
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Competitive Double Dutch returns to the plazas of Lincoln Center and we’re throwing a party! Learn More
The long-running Roots of American Music Weekend returns to close the 2017 edition of Out of Doors. Learn More
A Celebration of Chuck Berry
For this invigorating double-bill, OkayAfrica—the digital hub of the African New Wave—fills Damrosch Park with the funk of West African beats and the rhythms of Caribbean carnival. Jamaican-born reggae star of the ’80s Sister Nancy summons the essential elements of carnival culture—music, costume, and dance—alongside eclectic London Afrobeats band The Compozers. Live dancers turn the stage into a vivid, colorful mash-up of African and Caribbean cultures in the heart of New York City.
“Every summer belongs to ‘Bam Bam.’”
“The most electrifying instrumentalists to grace the music scene in recent years.”
Thursday, August 10 at 7:30 pm
Angélique Kidjo’s Remain in Light/Ibibio Sound Machine
Talking Drums: Stand Up! Speak Out!
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