Welcome to Lincoln Center, home to 11 resident arts organizations. Presenting music, theater, dance, film, opera, and more, our stages bring a tapestry of artists—from across the globe—to New York City.
Upcoming campus-wide events
Health & safety guidelinesFor all indoor events, audiences must wear face coverings and show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to attend. Guests may also be required to show proof of a booster shot if eligible; please confirm this requirement on the event page or presenting organization's website. At this time, face coverings and proof of vaccination will not be required for outdoor events as part of Summer for the City. To learn more about the specific protocols each resident organization has put in place, please visit their respective websites. Learn more »
1,000+ artists, 300+ free events, 10 outdoor stages
Rejoice and come together at Summer for the CityOutdoor social dance is back! Get swept away with salsa, swing, bachata, merengue, soul, and more—all under a 10-foot disco ball at The Oasis. If you're planning a fun-filled (and sun-filled) family day, check out our concerts, workshops, and special events for kids, teens, and families. This June, celebrate LGBTQIA+ Pride at the Mini Kiki Ball, Criminal Queerness Festival, and ULTRA PRIDE!! dance party.
Reclaim the traditions and rituals that were postponedCouples and lovers of New York, register beginning June 12 to participate in Celebrate LOVE: A (Re)Wedding, a group wedding celebration. Also in June, a site-specific, evening-long performance sweeps across the campus in honor of Juneteenth; and in July, an immersive theater event, QUINCE en la Plaza, welcomes guests to experience the festive rite of passage.
Remember our losses and collectively heal through artSummer for the City honors and celebrates the lives of iconic individuals across the arts including James Baldwin and Greg Tate. Two versions of Mozart’s Requiem offer moments for remembrance: Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra and Requiem: Fire in the Air of the Earth. On June 11, a Jazz at Lincoln Center Second Line celebrates lives lost and offers space to mourn.
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