Indigo Girls and Ani DiFranco at SummerStage - City Parks Foundation


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Indigo Girls & Ani DiFranco
Produced by The Bowery Presents

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

6:30 pm - 10:00 pm (Doors open 5:00 pm)

Central Park

Rumsey Playfield, Manhattan 10021

Please Note: This event will be presented in accordance with applicable public health requirements as of the date of the event; which could include changes to capacity, attendance prerequisites, procedures, and other protective measures.

For any inquiries regarding Indigo Girls/Ani DiFranco, please reach out to the Bowery Presents or AXS. Guests can contact the Bowery Presents at and AXS at (888) 929-7849 or

In response to the increasing spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant, SummerStage now requires all guests to show proof of full vaccination, along with government issued ID, in order to gain entry to our shows. In order to attend Indigo Girls/Ani DiFranco, guests are required to have had their final dosage of the vaccine by September 7.

In addition, masks are required upon entry to the venue and strongly encouraged for all guests for the duration of the performance, as is physical distance. More information on acceptable documentation, mask guidelines, and other safety protocols can be found here.

More than 30 years since their first performance together as high schoolers in Decatur, Georgia, Indigo Girls are still captivating audiences with timeless classics like “Crazy Game,” and “Closer to Fine.” Since releasing their breakout self-titled LP in 1989, the folk rock duo have won a Grammy, sold millions of copies of more than a dozen LPs, and established a long track record of political activism for indigenous, environmental, and LGBT causes. This year they’ll finally get to tour in support of their 15th studio album Look Long, released last May. They’re joined by the fiercely independent alt-folk-rocker Ani DiFranco, who has released every one of her 19 solo studio albums on her own Righteous Babe label. Her unique brand of folk melds punk, funk, hip hop and jazz stylings with the spirit of activist folk heroes like Woody Guthrie; much like the Indigo Girls, she’s supported various progressive causes throughout her career.


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