Spring music festivals is in full gear, the Recording Academy, in partnership with Upsilon Ventures, is hosting GRAMMY Park,the first GRAMMY-branded, multiday live music experience. There will be exciting performances by NE-YO, Aloe Blacc, Toni Braxton, Christian McBride Trio, Andra Day and Dianne Reeves – all GRAMMY winners and nominees.
From May 5-8, 2016 GRAMMY Park will offer 10 live concert performances, featuring more than 30 artists, who have been collectively honored with 40-plus GRAMMY and Latin GRAMMY Awards®. These artists will converge in Brooklyn to celebrate the rich musical diversity of various genres, including R&B, hip-hop, gospel, pop, Latin, and jazz.
A full Festival Lineup:
Thursday, May 5th
- Ne-Yo with Jazmine Sullivan – Kings Theatre, 8PM
Friday, May 6th
- Latin Mix with Natalia Lafourcade, Alex Cuba, Arturo O’Farrill & Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra – Kings Theatre, 7PM
Saturday, May 7th
- The Next Generation: Emerging Artists (Jazz) – Lakeside at Prospect Park, 10AM (Free)
- Jazz All Stars with The Commodores, Christina McBride Trio, Cécile McLorin Salvant, Kurt Elling, Monty Alexander-Harlem Kingston Express – Lakeside at Prospect Park, 2PM
- Robin Thicke & Aloe Blacc – Kings Theatre, 8PM
Sunday, May 8th
- Gospel Concert with BeBe Winans, Hezekiah Walker and Ray Chew – Lakeside at Prospect Park, 12PM (Free)
- Big Band & Broadway Remix with Christian McBride Big Band, Jonathan Butler, Andra Day, Dianne Reeves – Lakeside at Prospect Park, 7PM
- Toni Braxton – Kings Theatre, 7PM
For events that are not Free get your tickets for the event HERE.
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