50-50 Second Street
Long Island City, New York 11101

Free, outdoor performances featuring some of the borough’s most celebrated entertainers, from Afro-Brazilian jazz musicians to Japanese punk rockers, with acts for audience members of all ages. Live at the Gantries’ nine nights will take place on Tuesdays at 7 o’clock at Gantry Plaza State Park, a 2.5-acre waterside oasis between 49th and 50th Avenues along the East River. The series will run from June 24th to August 26th.

Performing Traditional Mexican Dances on July 22 is the Calpulli Mexican Dance Company. Calpulli celebrates the rich regional traditions of Mexico by telling stories through colorful dance pieces. Their fresh, vital repertoire honors not just Mexico's past, but also the lives of its emigrants in the United States. The performance-based program will include didactic information and interactive exercises for the young and young at heart.

Please contact Chris Henderson at [email protected] or visit, http://queenscouncilarts.org/liveatthegantries/ for additional information.

The series is sponsored by The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Queens Council on the Arts, Queens Theatre in the Park and New York Water Taxi. Live at the Gantries is funded in full by Rockrose Development Corporation with additional support from O’Connor Capital Partners.

Official Website: http://queenscouncilarts.org/liveatthegantries/

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