Central Park Conservancy And Harlem’s Jazzmobile To Host Great Jazz On The Great Hill In Central Park

The Central Park Conservancy and Jazzmobile are delighted to welcome back Great Jazz on the Great Hill, a free community event.

The event is on Saturday, August 13, 2022, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm EST.

The event features a lineup of world-renowned jazz performers for New Yorkers, tourists, and visitors of all ages to enjoy while lounging or swing dancing in Central Park.

The event is weather permitting, and tickets are NOT required.

No refreshments will be sold during the event. 


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Great Jazz on the Great Hill

The Central Park Conservancy and Jazzmobile with featured performances by Tammy McCann, Vocalist, “The Great Ladies of Jazz!”·      Antonio Hart Quartet, The Jimmy Heath Legacy Band.

Great Hill in Central Park, entrance located at 106th Street and Central Park West, Ramp access entrance located at West 108th Street and Central Park West

The Central Park Conservancy

The Central Park Conservancy is a private, not-for-profit organization that manages Central Park and is responsible for raising the Park’s annual operating budget.

The Conservancy’s staff of more than 300 is responsible for all aspects of the Park’s stewardship, from day-to-day maintenance and operations to continued restoration and rebuilding projects.

Additionally, the Conservancy operates the Park’s visitor centers, provides public programs, and serves as a resource for other NYC parks and for public-private partnerships around the world.



For more information, please visit centralparknyc.org

Jazzmobile

Jazzmobile is the oldest not-for-profit arts organization created just for jazz in the country.

Founded in 1964 by NEA Jazz Master Dr. Billy Taylor, arts philanthropist Daphne Arnstein and with program development by NEA Jazz Master, Jimmy Heath, its mission is to present, preserve, promote, and propagate jazz through quality music education and performance programs: workshops, master classes, lecture demonstrations, as well as out-of-doors mobile jazz performances and in clubs and special concerts in major concert halls.

The annual SUMMERFEST free mobile concert series is New York City’s longest-running continuous jazz festival! Visit www.jazzmobile.org for more information.

Photo credit: by Seitu Oronde.

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