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Performances every week

Where our city takes center stage

Free events for all

October 01 at 3:00pm

In-person

Sounds of San Juan Hill

Is This Land Our Land?

Lincoln Center Presents
New York Philharmonic

October 01 at 3:00pm

Weeksville Heritage Center

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October 03 at 7:30pm

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October 04 at 6:00pm

In-person

Sounds of San Juan Hill

Art, Community, and Displacement

A Panel Conversation

Lincoln Center Presents

October 04 at 6:00pm

Mabou Mines

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October 12 at 7:30pm

In-person

Festival of Firsts

Juan Salvador Custodian

Lincoln Center Presents

October 12 at 7:30pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

Debut U.S. performance
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Sounds of San Juan Hill

Leading up to the world premiere of Etienne Charles’ San Juan Hill: A New York Story at David Geffen Hall, is a series of free artistic programs at the Atrium that explores the history of the San Juan Hill neighborhood and the indigenous and immigrant communities that lived there. Learn more »

Plan your visit to the Atrium

Where arts and civic engagement meet

The David Rubenstein Atrium is open daily to the public and for weekly scheduled events; entry is free and tickets are not required! Explore the calendar for concerts with artists from across the globe, conversations about today's most pressing issues, and community events for all. Upcoming events »

Health & safety requirements

For events, all guests will be required to wear a face covering at all times except when actively eating or drinking. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is not required; however, we encourage everyone to complete their primary vaccination series and get boosted if eligible before attending. For more information, please click here.

Accessibility commitment

We recognize that access needs must be integrated in the creative process, that the work on our stages reflects our differences and interconnectedness, and that we are creating a space where everyone feels welcome. We seek to create a more inclusive experience for our audiences by providing a range of accommodations for all performances, no request necessary. Learn more »

Festival of Firsts

This October, artists embark on new journeys and first-time artistic expressions from U.S. premieres, Lincoln Center debuts, and more. Learn more »

¡VAYA! returns indoors this fall

¡VAYA! offers devotees of Latin music a friendly community, top-notch orchestras, and a smoking-hot dance floor. Learn more »

October 21

Celebrating the Birthday of Celia Cruz
Asian Diasporic Writers in Conversation

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Health & safety 

Lincoln Center is committed to enhancing the safety of our visitors, performers, and employees. Please see requirements before your visit. Learn more »

About the Atrium

The David Rubenstein Atrium is where arts and democracy converge through radical welcoming, artistic innovation, open exchange of ideas, and community partnership. Learn more »

Accessibility

We seek to create a more inclusive experience by providing a range of accommodations for all performances at the Atrium, no request necessary. Learn more »

Upcoming events

Check out the calendar for free concerts, family events, dance parties, art installations, and thought-provoking conversations. Tickets not required. Learn more »