• WEDNESDAYS THIS SUMMER

    Karma Kids Yoga Presented by Lollipop Moon

    Karma Kids Yoga will be at Lollipop Moon (189 Front Street) every Wednesday this summer. Pre-registration suggested (link below).

    Schedule:
    12:30 - 1:30pm: Mommy and Baby Yoga (6 weeks through new walkers)
    4:30 - 5:15pm: Parent and Chile Yoge (strong runners through age 3)

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  • WEDNESDAYS THIS SUMMER, 1:30 & 2:30PM

    Wednesdays with Bilingual Birdies

    Every Wednesday this summer, join Bilingual Birdies at the Seaport on our Front/Row Stage at 1:30pm and 2:30pm. Have a blast learning Spanish, Mandarin, French, Hebrew, or English with Bilingual Birdies! Learn basic vocabulary from our bilingual musicians through the sounds of their enchanting guitars and percussion. Jam with us while we celebrate language and culture through upbeat music and engaging puppetry. Class ends with a super fun bubble dance party! This event is free and open to the public.

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  • WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20TH, 5PM

    DJ Ben the Beyonder

    Ben Carlin, AKA The Beyonder, is a Brooklyn-based DJ that is well versed in many genres. Originally from Crown Heights, he began studying music at a young age. In the nineties as a figure in New York underground Hip-Hop (Zooty Zoo; Brooklyn Academy) he became involved in production and an avid music collector of all types. Proficient in most styles he specializes in anything from 60′s soul and old-school Hip-Hop to all types of contemporary dance/club music.

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  • WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20TH, 8PM

    Front/Row Cinema - Who Framed Roger Rabbit

    A toon hating detective is a cartoon rabbit’s only hope to prove his innocence when he is accused of murder (IMDB). Photo Credit: Walt Disney Studios and Everett Collection

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  • MONDAYS - FRIDAYS, 7-8AM

    Morning CRUNCH

    Starting June 2nd through August 29th, the Crunch Gym on John Street will be holding FREE fitness classes on our Front/Row lawn (corner of Front and Fulton Streets). Schedule:

    Mondays: Yoga, Sunrise Salutations
    Tuesdays: Breakfast Bootcamp w/ Personal Trainers
    Wednesdays: Wellness Wednesday with a Yoga/Pilate’s fusion
    Thursdays: Throwback Thursdays w/ Retro-Robics
    Fridays: Zumba® or Dance classes

    *Bring your own mat on Mondays and Wednesdays. Please check our Facebook and Twitter pages for updates on weather conditions and cancellations.

    *On National Holidays (July 4th) classes are cancelled.

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  • THURSDAYS (JULY 10TH - NOV 20TH), 12-5PM

    Seaport Youthmarket

    Every Thursday from July 10th to November 20th, the Seaport Youthmarket will be open from 12-5pm in front of 19 Fulton Street.
    Youthmarket is a network of urban farm stands operated by neighborhood youth, supplied by local farmers, and designed to bring fresh fruits and vegetables to communities throughout New York City. Through Youthmarket, families in NYC have increased access to farm fresh food; youth in these areas have earned money and learned small-business skills; and farmers in the New York City region are achieving higher revenue through access to under-served markets.

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  • THURSDAY AUGUST 21ST, 12-2PM

    Front/Row Stage - Gent Treadly

    Join Gent Treadly on our Front/Row Stage (11 Fulton Street) Thursday, August 21st from 12-2pm.

    Gent Treadly is truly a unique act and the players are the real deal who have evolved into one of the most heralded units in New York City - offering a precocious blend of bluesy improvisational roots rock. Over the years these guys have been joined onstage by members of The Grateful Dead, Phish, Jane’s Addiction, New Riders of the Purple Sage, The Band, The Neville Brothers, Particle, Spin Doctors and moe, just to name a few.

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  • THURSDAY AUGUST 21ST, 7PM

    Seaport Film & Food Festival - Amelie (France)

    The South Street Seaport has partnered with LW Productions to host the Seaport Film and Food Festival, a new four-week international film and food series from July 24 to August 18. For four Thursdays this July and August, a delicious array of free cuisine and drinks highlighting a different country will be served at 7:00pm, followed by an outdoor free screening of one acclaimed international film at the Front/Row stage, located at Fulton and Front Streets, taking visitors on a cultural and culinary journey.

    7pm – Free cuisine sampling (while supplies last) 8pm - Film

    Sponsored by: uniFrance Films, Crèpes Truck and Canelés by Céline

    About "Amelie," directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet

    A painfully shy waitress working at a tiny Paris cafe, Amelie, makes a surprising discovery and sees her life drastically changing for the better. From then on, Amelie dedicates herself to helping others find happiness in the most delightfully unexpected ways. But will she have the courage to do for herself what she is doing for others?

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  • FRIDAYS THIS SUMMER, 10-11AM

    Fridays with FiDi Families

    Join FiDi Families for a FREE hour of fun, family-friendly activities at our Front/Row Stage (11 Fulton Street) every Friday at 10am.

    Schedule:
    7/18 - Music Beans and CityMani
    7/25 - Creative Play for Kids
    8/1 - Baby and Wee
    8/8 - Jam with Jamie
    8/15 - Language Beans and CityMani
    8/22 - The Crafty Kids
    8/29 - Music Beans

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  • FRIDAY AUGUST 22ND, 12-2PM

    Sam Barnes Bluegrass Trio

    Join Sam Barnes Bluegrass Trio Friday, August 22nd from 12-2pm out on our Front/Row Stage (11 Fulton Street).

    Sam was born and raised on a farm in Indiana. Early on, he took violin and piano lessons through Indiana University South Bend. Sam went on to win the Stickley Memorial piano competition at age seven and several state solo and ensemble competitions on violin. He performed with the New World Youth Symphony Orchestra for four years which led him to study violin at DePauw University. After college, he took to the east coast. He lives and works in New York City as a freelance musician and photographer. He has a group of talented students that he teaches privately and is currently pursuing his career as a performer, while working on his first solo album.

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  • FRIDAY AUGUST 22ND, 7PM

    Seaport Music Festival - DEAD GAZE

    Coming from the hills of North Mississippi and the Cats Purring Collective (featuring prolific artists like Dent May, Bass Drum of Death and Flight), Cole Furlow has been releasing material under the guise of Dead Gaze since 2009, recently morphing into a five-piece live band. Combining effortless pop songs with recordings that put an emphasis on texture, Dead Gaze has released a slew of cassettes and 7” records on notable DIY labels like Group Tightener, Fire Talk, and Clan Destine, and received critical acclaim on sites such as Altered Zones, The Fader, and Weekly Tape Deck. Furlow explains that he records “wherever I can be alone”. Whether it be in the pastoral Mississippi country where his mother lives, the State College marching band hall where his father teaches, or at the Cats Purring ‘Dude Ranch’ where he currently resides, his intention is always to “try to capture a very memorable moment”, a spontaneous approach which home recording makes possible. The DIY ethos that goes into Furlow’s recording process shouldn’t feed into the lo-fi genre-trapping, though, as every sound Furlow commits to tape is deliberate. Dead Gaze’s trademark over-compressed sound is one which has come from Furlow’s belief in the importance of production as another instrument; “I think texture is something that is just as important as writing nice melodies and recording big songs”. The compilation album’s first track ‘Remember What Brought Us Here’ presents the Dead Gaze manifesto perfectly. It announces itself with the bleeps and blips of an analog synthesizer as the song crashes into life with distorted drums, euphoric guitars and lyrics that reflect both youthful angst and a timeless wisdom as the protagonist in the song asks “Are you down? Are you feeling well? Should I ask, I just need to know” before attempting to reassure the object of his concerns; “surely you know that it’s good to hold on tight to the love that brought us here.” Such emotionally honest, hippy-laced lyrics bring to mind ‘Yoshimi…’ era Flaming Lips, a band that Dead Gaze have been compared to in the past, but the album covers a vast sonic terrain from the thrashy pop-punk of ‘You’ll Carry On Real Nice’, with its Buzzcocks intensity, to the tidal wash of ‘Future Love’s and Sing Abouts’, and the psychedelic swirl of ‘There’s a Time To Be Stupid’. Whilst incorporating a vast mix of classic influences Dead Gaze also sits comfortably alongside contemporaries such as Cloud Nothings, White Fence and Ty Segall. Throughout the album Furlow provides us not only with opulent, soaring moments but also, as showcased on the record closer, ‘Fight Til It’s Dead’, with its warm enveloping melody and defiant lyrics, the tender, vulnerable moments, too. It is Furlow’s ability to combine the two, often at the same time, which makes him such an interesting artist and ‘Dead Gaze’ such a rewarding record, filled with melodic highs and emotional depths.

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  • SATURDAYS THIS SUMMER, 9:30-10:30AM

    Free Yoga Presented by Lee Lee's Forest

    On Saturday, July 19th Lee Lee’s Forest will be offering free yoga out on our Front/Row Lawn from 9:30-10:30am. Bring your own mat and head down to the Seaport! And after class stop by Lee Lee’s Forest for 20% off your purchase.

    Information about your instructor, Jason Alan: A certified INSANITY and Yoga instructor based in New York City, Jason teaches private yoga, and currently teaches group classes at the South Street Seaport, Bella Vita Fitness, and Yoga to the People (NY). Jason is a professionally trained musician and makes music an integral part of every fitness experience, believing that the playlist is just as important as the workout. Great music takes your fitness experience to another level!

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  • SATURDAY AUGUST 23RD, 1-3PM

    Devon Marie and the Band Pineapples

    Vocalist Devon Marie and the band Pineapples are joining forces to perform some all-time favorites in classic and modern rock at our Front/Row Stage (11 Fulton Street). Devon Marie is an accomplished singer who has traveled the world performing with Debbie Gibson, Tiffany and Dee Snider to name a few. Her friends, Paul, Joe and Hasan (Pineapples) are based in New York and have performed at venues all over the U.S., including Nashville, New Orleans and Hawaii. With their eclectic 3 part harmonies and Devon Marie’s powerhouse vocals, they create a sound that will be enjoyable for all ages.

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  • SATURDAY AUGUST 23RD, 4PM

    DJ Josh Novicki

    Josh Novicki originally left his mark in North Carolina where he helped cultivate the dance scene in the early 2000’s. Fast forward to 2005: Josh moved to NYC to expand his DJ career. After starting several residencies around NYC, yet most known for "Hot Action," at the now closed but never forgotten SAVALAS, on Bedford Ave. This monthly party filled with just the right amount of raw fun led to the opening of what is now known as 285 Kent. He has shared the stage with everyone from Sharon Jones and the Dapkings, DJ/Rupture, Justin Strauss, Rob Swift, Grand Wizard Theodore, Lauren Flax, Eli Escobar, Rokone, Tiki Disco, DJ Spun, and Justin Vandervolgen.

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  • SATURDAY AUGUST 23RD, 8PM

    Front/Row Cinema - The Aviator

    A biopic depicting the early years of legendary director and aviator Howard Hughes’ career, from the late 1920s to the mid-1940s (IMDB). Photo Credit: Miramax and Everett Collection

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  • SUNDAY AUGUST 24TH, 2-4PM

    Kid/Around with Stacey Peasley

    KidAround! at the South Street Seaport is a FREE family event series featuring live music, story-time with your favorite characters, games and more! Happening this Summer at See/Change. Stacey Peasley has been entertaining families since 2008. In that short time, she has won the Creative Child Magazine 2012 Top CD of the Year Award, the 2011 Parents’ Choice Recommended Award, the 2010 Nickelodeon Parents Connect Parents’ Pick Award for Best Party Entertainer, and her music has been heard on radio programs nationwide, including Sirius XM’s Kids Place Live.

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  • MONDAYS THIS SUMMER 12:30-2:30PM

    Magic Mondays

    Every Monday this summer, Magic Brian and his team will be on our Front/Row Stage (11 Fulton Street) from 12:30 to 2:30pm. This event is free and open to the public. Magic Brian’s internationally award winning show has been performed in festivals around the world for the last 10 years. It is a family friendly, high-energy, and interactive comedy show with plenty of surprises.

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  • MONDAY AUGUST 25TH, 8PM

    Front/Row Cinema - The Only Real Game

    As a special addition to our Front/Row Cinema schedule, the South Street Seaport presents "The Only Real Game," written and directed by Mirra Bank.

    "The Only Real Game" explores the power of baseball for people in a remote and troubled place. The onceprincely state of Manipur, in volatile northeast India, defies gun violence, drug trafficking, and HIV/AIDS througha surprising passion for America’s national pastime.

    Manipur entered the Indian Union under protest in 1949, triggering a corrosive separatist conflict. For decadesbaseball has delivered release from daily struggles and a dream for healing a wounded society. This dream movestoward reality when First Pitch - a band of baseball-loving New Yorkers - and two Major League Baseball Envoycoaches join Manipuri men, women and children to “Play Ball.”

    With gifted women and girls among the best players, as well as leaders of peace and justice initiatives, thisManipuri story brings us to the heart of the Great American Game, or as Babe Ruth called it, “the only real gamein the world.”

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  • WEDNESDAY AUGUST 27TH, 5PM

    DJ Mikey Palms

    As a DJ, Mikey Palms uses his fluency of multiple genres to create of mosaic of sound and bring joy to the world. He’s been DJing professionally for over 15 years, and makes culture happen while he moves the crowds. He has also earned recognition as the owner of two major music venues: Southpaw and Public Assembly, as well as producer for many outdoor events in the 5 boroughs such as Jelly NYC Pool Parties and The Brooklyn Night Bazaar.

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  • WEDNESDAY AUGUST 27TH, 8PM

    Front/Row Cinema - Frozen

    Fearless optimist Anna teams up with Kristoff in an epic journey, encountering Everest-like conditions, and a hilarious snowman named Olaf in a race to find Anna’s sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter (IMDB). Photo Credit: Walt Disney Studios and Everett Collection

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  • THURSDAY AUGUST 28TH, 12-2PM

    Front/Row Stage - Wayne Tucker Band

    On Thursday, August 28th from 12-2pm join the Wayne Tucker Band on our Front/Row Stage (11 Fulton Street).

    Wayne Tucker is a 26 year old Trumpet/Composer/Arranger from Syracuse, NY. He is a 2009 graduate of the Jazz Studies program at SUNY Purchase under the direction of Todd Coolman. He has played with many of today’s current Jazz stars like Bob Mintzer and Delfayo Marsalis, pop legend Elvis Costello and even the popular Haitian band Djet-X. He has performed at some of the worlds greatest venues including Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola, Avery Fisher Hall, Birdland, The Ravinia Festival and The Kennedy Center, The Syracuse Jazz Fest, and Jazz in The Square. Wayne has also performed at clubs and festivals all over the world in places like Italy, France, Germany, Colombia, Korea, Martinique and Guadeloupe and The Domincan Republic. He has studied under many great trumpeters including George Coble, Jon Faddis, Scott Wendholt and Jim Rotondi. Wayne was a participant in the 2009 and 2011 Betty Carter Jazz Ahead Program, 2009 National Trumpet Competition, 2009 and 2011 Steans Institute, 2005 New York All-State, 2003 Essentially Ellington and more. He can be seen performing around the New York area with many of today’s current and up and coming jazz stars.

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  • THURSDAY AUGUST 28TH, 6-8PM

    Dandy Wellington & His Band

    Join Dandy Wellington and His Band on our Front/Row Stage (11 Fulton Street) Thursday, August 28th from 6-8pm.

    Inspired by the Big Band Era of Jazz, Dandy Wellington and his Band have taken the sounds of the 1930’s and 40’s and created a world of well dressed music. With a passion for obscure songs steeped in the Jazz tradition, Dandy Wellington has assembled a catalog of music that invokes an atmosphere of class. From the golden age of cinema, to the bounce of New Orleans, each song is hand selected and played to perfection by a band cut from the cloth of elegance. Photo Credit: Anne Hugus

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  • FRIDAY AUGUST 29TH, 12-2PM

    Sam Barnes Bluegrass Trio

    Join Sam Barnes Bluegrass Trio Friday, August 29th from 12-2pm out on our Front/Row Stage (11 Fulton Street).

    Sam was born and raised on a farm in Indiana. Early on, he took violin and piano lessons through Indiana University South Bend. Sam went on to win the Stickley Memorial piano competition at age seven and several state solo and ensemble competitions on violin. He performed with the New World Youth Symphony Orchestra for four years which led him to study violin at DePauw University. After college, he took to the east coast. He lives and works in New York City as a freelance musician and photographer. He has a group of talented students that he teaches privately and is currently pursuing his career as a performer, while working on his first solo album.

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  • FRIDAY AUGUST 29TH, 7PM

    Seaport Music Festival - Joanna Gruesome

    Kicking it against sexism and homophobia, nothing is off-limits, drawing inspiration from DIY scenes such as Riot Grrrl/noisepop/C86 /K Records as well as post hardcore like Drive Like Jehu/Converge and the art rock of The Velvet Underground and My Bloody Valentine, Joanna Gruesome offer a staggeringly diverse sound, unexpectedly quiet and surprisingly loud.

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  • FRIDAY AUGUST 29TH, 7PM

    Seaport Music Festival - BIG UPS

    Big Ups are a punk rock band from New York City formed in September 2010. The band is comprised of drummer Brendan Finn, vocalist Joe Galarraga, guitarist Amar Lal, and bassist Carlos Salguero Jr. They played their first show on the roof of Joe’s apartment building because no one would book them. Since then, they’ve been playing all over the city- in bars, basements, kitchens, and backyards. The songs are about love, alienation, indecisiveness, comics, and high fives; they’re singable, but mosh pits are common and welcome.

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  • SATURDAY AUGUST 30TH, 1-3PM

    Front/Row Stage - TruBrit

    Join TruBrit on our Front/Row Stage (11 Fulton Street) Saturday, August 30th from 1-3pm.

    Formed in 1999 TruBrit is Joey Barbosa, Richie Bell, Edgar Gross, and Don Linares - each of these lads bring years of varied band experience to this dedicated and enthusiastic project. Covering songs by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Hollies, The Searchers, The Dave Clark Five, The Kinks, The Yardbirds and many more.

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  • SATURDAY AUGUST 30TH, 4PM

    DJ Natasha Diggs

    For over a decade Natasha Diggs has been digging deeper to provide the soundscape for events across the globe in cities such as Berlin, Tokyo, Sydney, Beijing, Prague, Los Angeles and New York. Known for her diverse taste and impressive knowledge in music her sets often span decades and genres of feel good music from funk and boogie to hip hop, rock, house and global grooves. As resident of New York City’s premiere all-vinyl 45 party, Mobile Mondays, Diggs has become a force to be reckoned with and one of the most sought-after DJs in the 45 game.

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  • SATURDAY AUGUST 30TH, 8PM

    Front/Row Cinema - Crazy, Stupid, Love.

    A middle-aged husband’s life changes dramatically when his wife asks him for a divorce. He seeks to rediscover his manhood with the help of a newfound friend, Jacob, learning to pick up girls at bars (IMDB). Photo Credit: Warner Bros. and Everett Collection

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  • SUNDAY AUGUST 31ST, 2-4PM

    Kid/Around with Hot Peas n' Butter

    KidAround! at the South Street Seaport is a FREE family event series featuring live music, story-time with your favorite characters, games and more! Happening this Summer at See/Change. the Nickelodeon/Noggin TV favorites whom the Los Angeles Times lauded for their “hot and mellow multicultural groove,” is a unique, world-pop, family-oriented, musical group that brings fans to their feet. With hit videos like "Number 1" and "Deep Down" being featured on Nick Jr., Hot Peas ’N Butter are quickly becoming a family favorite! They are mainstays on Sirius Radio’s "Kids Stuff," and proud recipients of the 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2012 Parent’s Choice Awards. By combining an interactive, invigorating approach to performance with mature, multicultural music, Hot Peas ’N Butter has developed a distinct way of inspiring care and creativity in kids and adults alike.


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  • SUNDAY AUGUST 31ST, 4PM

    DJ Tim Martell

    Originally a house and electronic music DJ, Tim Martell first hit the decks at the ripe age of 14. By 19, he held the main floor residency at New York City’s legendary Limelight, wowing the crowds with his seamless, lengthy, and perfect blends. Over the past decade, he’s expanded his music library to include genres and tracks of all flavors but has kept his mixing skills crisp and fluid. His cross-genre mixes are unparalleled and truly set him apart. With an almost endless resume, Tim is a featured DJ for the Tribeca Film Festival, visited over 30 cities on the AND1 Mixtape Tour, opened for Beyonce and Robin Thicke, performed at Shaun White’s X-Games Gold After Party, and spun at MTV’s official after party for the VMA’s.

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  • SUNDAY AUGUST 31ST, 8PM

    Front/Row Cinema - Skyfall

    Bond’s loyalty to M is tested when her past comes back to haunt her. Whilst MI6 comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost (IMDB). Photo Credit: Columbia Pictures and Everett Collection

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  • MONDAY SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1-3PM

    Front/Row Stage - Chris Bergson

    This Labor Day join Chris Bergson on our Front/Row Stage (11 Fulton Street) from 1-3pm.

    With MOJO Magazine’s #1 Blues Album of the Month for June 2014, MOJO Magazine’s #1 Blues Album of 2008, Fall Changes, and #2 Blues Album of 2011, Imitate the Sun, New York guitarist/singer Chris Bergson has established himself as "one of the most inventive songwriters in modern blues music" (Richard Skelly, All Music Guide), creating his own blend of blues, roots and soul. Chris Bergson has performed and/or shared the stage with Hubert Sumlin, Levon Helm, B.B. King, Norah Jones, John Hammond, Etta James, and Bettye LaVette, to name just a few.

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  • MONDAY SEPTEMBER 1ST, 4-6PM

    Front/Row Stage - The Hungry March Band

    This Labor Day join the Hungry March Band on our Front/Row Stage (11 Fulton Street) from 4-6pm.

    Celebrating over 15 years of bringing live musical spectacle to the people of New York City and beyond is Hungry March Band, a brass, percussion, and performance ensemble. Founded in Brooklyn in 1997 for the Coney Island Mermaid Parade, HMB embodies the spirit of NYC’s streets with an inimitable brass sound and inspired, eclectic dance. HMB has shared their creativity with audiences around the United States, South America, and Europe, where they’ve been embraced by a longstanding community of brass bands. A unique sonic voice has emerged from the recording of their four self-released albums—one that melds their musical knowledge of big band, traditional, and free jazz, with punk rock and global brass influences.

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