By Joe Lynch, Billboard Following a year off due to the coronavirus pandemic that put the globe on pause in 2020, The Village Trip returns in the fall of 2021 … Read More
More than 30 events and over 50 performers are coming to Greenwich Village from Saturday through Sept. 26. Here’s what to know. Gus Saltonstall, Patch Staff GREENWICH VILLAGE, NY — … Read More
A folk-rock concert showcasing some of the city’s most beloved performers will close the third annual Village Trip arts festival on Sunday, September 26 at The Bitter End. Now something … Read More
A selection of reactions to the Village Trip in 2019, from David Amram, The Village Trip Artist Emeritus | Arthur Levy, music historian, researcher and archivist | Andrew Berman, Executive Director, Village Preservation | Gianluca Tramontana, music journalist and broadcaster | Trevor Sumner, President, Washington Square Association
Amram, 90, a multi-instrumentalist, is a walking encyclopedia of Village and musical lore. Over his career, he has worked with the likes of Jack Kerouac, Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, Joseph … Read More
A free concert at the intersection of Eighth Street and MacDougal Street, 1pm to 6pm on Saturday, September 23, to launch this year’s Village Trip arts festival and inaugurate The Eighth Street Experience. David Amram will be joined by a lineup that spans eras and genres.
“I love singing with Bobby’s big band, especially in the playground of my teen years, Washington Square Park.”
Press Release announcing the full festival program.
New details just got announced for The Village Trip Festival coming to Greenwich Village in the fall. Here’s what to know.
By Gus Saltonstall, Patch Staff
Dancing in the street – The Village Trip big-tent program offers something for everyone during its nine-day run
The Village Trip program for 2021: music, tours, busking, readings, discussions, and events for children.
The Village Trip Festival Will Energize Greenwich Village this September with Music, Art, and Culture
Press Release from Greenwich Village Chelsea Chamber of Commerce.
“Art, shopping, music and cultural history are the keys to bringing foot traffic back to the Village, the local chamber of commerce says.” Read the full article in The Village … Read More
2021 SPRING EVENTS On the street where you live. Donna Florio’s vivid and charming memoir captures the spirit of a lifetime lived on Bank Street. She talks to Liz Thomson. … Read More
2021 WINTER EVENTS Liz Thomson, founder of The Village Trip, talks about her much-praised biography, Joan Baez: The Last Leaf (Palazzo Editions) with Grammy-nominated music historian Arthur Levy and singer-songwriter … Read More