Riverside Revue

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Riverside Revue

Riverside Revue

a benefit for Riverside Park Conservancy

Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2024

Rain Date: Monday, June 10

Time: 6:30 – 9:30pm

VIP Reception: 5:30 – 6:30pm

Location: Sakura Park, 122nd Street & Riverside Drive

Dress Code: Outdoor Festival Attire

Join Riverside Park Conservancy for an evening festival under the trees in beautiful Sakura Park, featuring nature, neighborhood, and novelties! This sneak preview of our 2024 Summer on the Hudson season will feature local artists, businesses and nonprofits, with opportunities for hands-on learning and exploration. Enjoy botanical cocktails, an oyster bar and other fresh tastes of summer alongside live music, dance, performance and moments of surprise and delight.

This year, in lieu of a traditional fundraising Gala, we invite you to join us for this outdoor celebration with a chance to preview many of the local performers, artists and educators who help make our free public programming so special.

Enjoy a showcase of live performances that reflect the diverse neighborhoods and cultures of Upper Manhattan’s West Side, including:

Charles Turner & Uptown Swing, a Harlem-based vibrant swing and vital blues band regularly seen at Birdland, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Django and other major jazz clubs around the city

Erin and her Cello, featuring singer-songwriter-cellist, Erin Hall, who philly.com referred to as “an NYC babe with a spunky personality and crystal clear voice who can rock a cello like it’s a Stratocaster guitar”

Cuban trumpeter-composer-arranger, Kali Rodriguez-Peña, a rising star of Latin Jazz who blends traditional sounds from his native country with elements of classic jazz, R&B and Hip Hop

And site-specific performances by Cassidy Haley Productions and the nonprofit Kinesis Project Dance Theatre