Bryant Park Picnic Performances Are Happening All Summer

July 3, 2022 Mario Stewart

This year’s Bryant Park Picnic Performances will include several live performances and theater events. It will be an amazing showcase highlighting the performing arts and culture of New York City. Every performance is free to the public and does not require any tickets. 

There is seating available to the public and free picnic blankets are available to borrow. The 2022 Picnic Performances began on May 27th and they will be running through September 17th. There are several upcoming performances from Carnegie Hall Citywide, New York City Opera, Asian American Arts Alliance, and more. 

Get the full schedule of this year’s performances at the Bryant Park website. 

Attendees are welcome to bring their own food and drink, but there are also New York City vendors at the Hester Street Fair. 

This year, there is something for everyone. Many of the performances include jazz musicians such as The Baylor Project and Afro Latin Jazz Ensemble. There will also be opera performances from talented singers including this year's La traviata event. 

Now, more than ever, it is crucial to support the performing arts, music, and culture of New York City. The Bryant Park Picnic Performances are the perfect excuse to get outdoors and enjoy great music, theater, and more. Don’t miss this year's incredible lineup. 

Feel free to watch past performances via the Bryant Park website to get a feel for what is coming this year. It is a showcase of some of the best performers that New York City has to offer. 

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