Broadway Rocks The Planet With An Earth Day Extravaganza!

April 2, 2024

Join the third annual Broadway Celebrates Earth Day concert, returning to Times Square (just 30 minutes from Harlem) on Saturday, April 20th, 2024.

This year’s event promises an electrifying lineup of Broadway talent, including host Ben Cameron of Broadway Sessions, along with Tony Award Winner Ruthie Ann Miles (Sweeney Todd), Tony Award Nominee Anika Larsen (Almost Famous), Michael Maliakel (Aladdin), Jelani Remy (Back to the Future), Alexandra Socha (Wicked), Nik Walker (Spamalot), and more to be announced. Young performers from Epic Players, Marymount Manhattan College, NYU Steinhardt, Perkiomen Valley High School, R.Evolución Latina, and Wolf Performing Arts Center will also grace the stage.

In addition to captivating performances, the event will feature guest speakers from Headcount and Julie Tighe, Director of New York League of Conservation Voters. Directed by David Alpert and accompanied by musical talent Rick Hip-Flores, the full concert will be live-streamed for global viewership.

They invite you to join them in Times Square or virtually, as they unite to raise awareness about the climate emergency and inspire actionable steps towards a more sustainable future. For further details, visit the event’s website. Admission is free, reflecting their shared commitment to fostering a greener, more vibrant world.


The Broadway Green Alliance and Times Square Alliance present the third annual Broadway Celebrates Earth Day concert, Saturday, April 20th from 11 am – 3 pm ET, at Live in Times Square and Live-Streamed, the cost is FREE.

Photo credit: 1-2) The Broadway League.



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