Saturday, July 30, 2022
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm (Doors open 5:00 pm)
SummerStage, Central Park
Rumsey Playfield, Manhattan, 10021
Tickets or RSVPs are not required to attend this FREE performance and admission is first come first serve.
Purchase a Member for a Day pass to skip the line, get complimentary beverages, enjoy great views and more!
Chicago rapper Saba—co-founder of the musical collective Pivot Gang and one third of the supergroup Ghetto Sage with Smino and Noname—first drew widespread attention for his early collaborations with Chance the Rapper, and has since established himself as a diaristic storyteller, channeling his grief into the instant classic LP Care for Me. Saba says that his latest album Few Good Things is “the realization of self after a search for exterior fulfillment,” incorporating Black-owned companies, independent creators, and filmmakers into the album’s content. He’s joined by Eryn Allen Kane, a Detroit-born and raised recording artist, songwriter, and producer whose work explores stories of love, loss, social injustice, and the fragility of life; and theMIND, a Philadelphia-born hip-hop and R&B artist whose latest album Don’t Let it Go to Your Head references René Magritte’s 1928 surrealist painting The Lovers while speaking directly to our culture’s erasure of Black bodies.
* Contestants must be 21+. Winners will be notified via email 24 hours in advance of the show.