Wednesday: New York Philharmonic Will Hold Free Central Park Concert

Photo by Chris Lee.

The New York Philharmonic will hold its annual concert on the Great Lawn on Wednesday, June 12, featuring several compositions, including pieces by Rachmaninoff and Copland and one by a student composer. The free show starts at 8 and remember to bring a blanket and some food. Afterwards, there will be fireworks. More here.

Great Lawn, Central Park, Manhattan
Westside entrances: West 81st or 86th Streets at Central Park West
Eastside entrances: East 79th or 85th Streets at Fifth Avenue

For weather and other updates, call the Concert Information Hotline at (212) 875-5709.

YAI will be operating an accessibility section for all Concerts in the Parks. Please call (212) 273-6181 or email ulli.fenninger@yai.org for details.

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    1. Billy Amato says:

      Great weather for tonight‘s concert and fireworks display in Central Park.
      Love summer time in New York…

    2. Anita L. says:

      What a treat for we New Yorkers! I look forward to this every year. A fabulous opportunity to listen to world class music while picnicking under the stars in a world class location!

    3. Larry Gantt says:

      I have been attending these concerts for more than 20 years because I love classical music, and yes New York is great in the Summer because of events like these. However unless you are in the first few tiers near the stage it is impossible to truly enjoy these events. If you are back by the baseball field or near the Porto all you hear is chatter and you simply cannot just take in the music and enjoy it the way it was meant to be enjoyed, in relative quiet. Having said that I will be there tonight!