We know that it doesn’t feel like summer without SummerStage, so we’re thrilled to continue our new digital series: Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage Anywhere all summer long. Every day we’ll be presenting exclusive digital arts content that you can watch from anywhere.
Starting in July, SummerStage Anywhere will highlight genres that were born in or deeply represent New York – Mondays: Contemporary Dance, Tuesdays: Global, Wednesdays: Indie Rock, Thursdays: Latin, Fridays: Hip Hop and Saturdays: Jazz. Daily genre-driven content will be featured across multiple SummerStage social channels (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitch) and will include:
Read our full press announcement here.
Lineup and format may be subject to change.
We’ve developed a community resource guide intended to grow, foster inclusivity, and encourage civic engagement. As SummerStage Anywhere evolves, we’ll update our community resources and feature partners.
Want to know what are our curators listening to these days? What music helps them find solace in these strange times? What are their mainstays they return to regularly? What artists do they think are on the rise?
This week, we’re sharing the music that our Director of Arts Operations, Josy Dussek is listening to. One of the best things she loves about SummerStage is that it’s a hodgepodge of sounds, sights and movements of the WORLD, performed right in local neighborhood parks. Check out Josy’s picks including Fleetwood Mac, Journey and more!
Relive some of the highlights from past seasons of SummerStage! We’ll be sharing some of the most talked about performances from our archives.
Catch some highlights from a phenomenal performance of dance featuring the Limón Dance Company in 2012.
As an independent, non-profit organization, we rely on our donors to help us make SummerStage possible. Support from donors will help secure the future of SummerStage as New York’s largest free outdoor performing arts festival. We believe the arts are for everyone and encourage those who are able to donate to support SummerStage.
Generous private support is provided by The Thompson Family Foundation, Howard Gilman Foundation, Mertz Gilmore Foundation, The Shubert Organization, and the New York Community Trust NYC COVID-19 Response and Impact Fund. SummerStage is also supported, in part, by public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the NYS Legislature, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support is generously provided by our dedicated festival audience and SummerStage Members.