Central Park’s Harlem Meer Performance Festival Makes a Triumphant Summer Comeback!

May 15, 2024

Get ready to immerse yourself in the vibrant beats and cultural delights of the Harlem Meer Performance Festival, returning to the north end of Central Park this summer.

This annual celebration of world music and dance will commence on July 14th, 2024, and continue every Sunday through mid-August, treating attendees to free performances at the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center near 110th Street in Harlem.

Organized by the Central Park Conservancy, this festival promises an enchanting lineup showcasing top local talent and diverse cultural experiences. From 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. each Sunday, revel in the rhythmic melodies and captivating moves that traverse continents, right in the heart of New York City.

Designed to unite and delight residents from Harlem, East Harlem, and beyond, the festival invites everyone to enjoy multicultural, family-friendly entertainment against the picturesque backdrop of the Harlem Meer. Although the full lineup is yet to be unveiled, anticipate an array of music and dance that promises to keep audiences of all ages grooving.


Since its inception alongside the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center in 1993, this festival has become a beloved tradition, honoring the restoration of the Harlem Meer and its surrounding landscapes. Join us in celebrating community, culture, and the joy of music at the Harlem Meer Performance Festival—where the world comes alive through rhythm and dance.

For more information, visit the Central Park Conservancy and prepare to experience a summer of unforgettable performances.

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