Set The Stage: Summer Stage Concert Series–Central Park Mainstage

As the Summer Sun continues to scorch the sidewalks of New York City and thousands of fun-hungry music lovers search the streets for the perfect recreational activities, Central Park delivers their 25th anniversary of the Summer Stage Concert Series which kicked off this Month. A variety of genres, a range of top talent, food, drinks, and the carefree excitement a city summer requires.

#CHECK the 2010 Summerstage Description:

“Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2010, SummerStage will offer 33 free concerts and 8 benefit shows that will feature emergent acts, high profile reunions, and New York City homecomings, highlighting genres and works definitive to the many neighborhoods we serve. Our season will prove to be among the best such series ever presented in the city, as we bring to the stage NYC’s own Living Colour, Jamaican ska and reggae legend Jimmy Cliff, hip hop pioneers Public Enemy, English New Wavers The Specials, Senegalese singer and guitarist Baaba Maal, and much much more!”

Upcoming Shows on the Mainstage Include:

Saturday July 10: Maldita Vecindad, The Pinker Tones, and Ocote Soul Sounds *Presented with the 11th Annual Latin Alternative Music Conference

Sunday July 11th: Jimmy Cliff, Trevor Hall, & Victor Deme
 

Monday July 12th: The Metropolitan Opera: Summer Recital Series Featuring Nathan Gunn, Susanna Phillips, and Michael Fabiano

Saturday July 17th: A Celebration of Giant Step’s 20th Anniversary: Raphael Saadiq, Aloe Blacc, with Special Guests TK Wonder and Vikter Duplaix

–@allthingsmitch

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