• Manhattan
  • Music
  • Free
Waxahatchee / Swearin' / Ohmme

Wednesday, June 22, 2022

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

SummerStage, Central Park

Rumsey Playfield, Manhattan, 10021

Waxahatchee’s performance will be livestreamed for one-time only at on 6/22

Identical twin sisters Katie and Allison Crutchfield haven’t always played music together—like their early project PS Eliot—but when they do, it’s easy to see the talent and passion they share. This year these former Brooklyn residents will return to New York City to reshare the stage with their respective bands: Waxahatchee -Katie’s band and a 2020 SummerStage Anywhere alumn -which has evolved from a solo acoustic act into the lush country-tinged rock arrangements of her latest album Saint Cloud; and Swearin’, Allison’s band with Kyle Gilbride, Amanda Bartley and Jeff Bolt, whose self-titled 2012 debut remains a Philly indie rock classic. They’re joined by Chicago duo Ohmme, touring in support of their 2020 LP Fantasize Your Ghost.

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