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Sophia Ramos: “No Parental Guidance”

Pangea NYC 178 2nd Ave, NY

A music filled storytelling journey about the life of a perpetually irreverent Nuyorican Rock and Roll singer, cutting her teeth in the downtown 80’s and 90’s music scene.

$20 – $25

Sixty-five Joyous Years in the Village, from Kerouac, Mingus, Monk, and Jackson Pollock to the New Voices of Today: Walking Tour with David Amram

Washington Square Arch at Fifth Avenue & Washington Square North NY

A truly unique opportunity to join Village Trip Artist Emeritus David Amram on a walk through his colorful life. David has known them all, played with them all – among them Charles Mingus, Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton, Oscar Pettiford, and Pete Seeger.

$35 – $40

Walk on the Wild Side: Lou Reed’s New York Walking Tour with Jesse Rifkin

100 East 17th Street 100 East 17th Street, NY

“I’m not leaving New York. And neither is anyone else. We’re here. We are quintessential Americans – we’re not only American, but New York-American.” New York was Lou Reed’s city, and he was a crucial part of so many scenes.

$25 – $30

East Village TV & Movie Sites Walking Tour

Puck Building 295 Lafayette Street, NY

Take part in the action of downtown NYC! On the East Village TV & Movie Sites Walking Tour, you'll be able to pose in front of The Puck Building featured […]

$25 – $30

Village Voices

St John’s in the Village 218 W 11th St, New York, NY

Greenwich Village has been home to some of America’s greatest creative minds – poets, composers, innovators, iconoclasts, and free-thinkers. Sopranos Sharon Harms and Adriana Valdes join pianists Joan Forsyth, Cathy Kautsky, Gavin Cappon and the Village Guitar Orchestra to perform songs by Henry Cowell, John Cage, Edna St Vincent Millay, Djuna Barnes, Robert Frost, Margaret Bonds, James Baldwin, Ruth Crawford Seeger, Tania Leon and Willa Cather. Exciting new settings by composers William Anderson, Nehemiah Luckett, Jonathon Dawe, Kitty Brazelton and Gavin Cappon enliven the program.

$15 – $20

Howling For Jeremy Steig

3rd Sunday Jazz 6BC Botanical Garden 624 East 6th Street, NY

A Solo Flute Festival of Improvised Solos to Remember Jeremy Steig.

With flutists Cheryl Pyle, Haruna Fukazawa, Gene Coleman, John Kruth, Jay Rodriguez, Nick Gianni, Sylvain Leroux, Connie Grossman, Premik Russell Tubbs, Mary Cherney, and more.


The Village & Phil Ochs: Composers Interpret Phil Ochs

DROM 85 Avenue A, NY

Phil Ochs was part of the Greenwich Village folk scene in the 1960s and ‘70s. He wrote protest songs in the spirit of Joe Hill and Woody Guthrie, and like Guthrie he was also a poet and journalist. His is an enduring legacy.

$20 – $30

Janis Siegel: I’ll Take Manhattan

The Public Theater & Joe's Pub 425 Lafayette Street (at Astor Place), NY

Nine-time Grammy winner and founding member of The Manhattan Transfer, Janis Siegel, waxes rhapsodic about her beloved city in song and word. She will be assisted by two master musicians, John di Martino on piano and Boris Koslov on bass. The songs are diverse, romantic, bittersweet, vintage, modern, and full of heart and history, just like New York City itself.


Carol Lipnik, presented by TWEED

Pangea NYC 178 2nd Ave, NY

Carol Lipnik, the spellbinding, darkly humorous singer and songwriter returns to Pangea to perform selections from her two new albums, 'Blue Forest' and 'Goddess of Imperfection'

$20 – $25

Jack Kerouac: Then and Now

Jefferson Market Library 425 6th Avenue, NY

As part of the festival’s Jack Kerouac 100 celebrations, a distinguished panel—Holly George-Warren, Joyce Johnson, Anne Waldman, and David Amram - will reflect on aspects of the writer’s life in New York City generally and the Village in particular and discuss his enduring legacy.


Behind the Scenes Tour of the Whitney Museum

Whitney Museum of American Art 555 West Street, NY

An overview of the Whitney Museum’s Renzo Piano-designed building, and a behind the scenes view of spaces rarely open to the public.


Talented Punk and Rad Women Walking Tour

Former residence of Emma Goldman 208 East 13th Street, NY

Join acclaimed public historian Kathleen Hulser on an exciting Village Trip walking tour to discover the Downtown streets that evoke the memory of generations of female radicals, punks, talented writers and singers who called the East Village their home.

$25 – $30

Bad, Rad, and Boho Women of the Village Walking Tour

Judson Memorial Church 55 Washington Square South, New York, NY

Join public historian Kathleen Hulser to hear about mavericks such as Emma Goldman, Isadora Duncan, Dorothy Day, Mabel Dodge, Louise Bryant, Eleanor Roosevelt, Lorraine Hansberry, Nina Simone, Jane Jacobs, and Angela Davis and the many other rebellious spirits who left their mark on Greenwich Village – and on the world.

$25 – $30

Women’s Rights are Human Rights: Eleanor Roosevelt’s Legacy

LGBTQ Center 208 W 13 Street, NY

A panel, chaired by public historian Kathleen Hulser, will assess the legacy of Eleanor Roosevelt, a brave woman ahead of her time whose beliefs were shaped by her life in the Village.


Chords of Fame: A Salute to Phil Ochs

The Bitter End 147 Bleecker Street, New York, NY

A distinguished group of artists, spanning the generations, will offer their interpretations of Ochs’ songs and honor his legacy of social activism. The evening, which will be emceed by Danny Goldberg.

$20 – $25

Hot Summer Jazz Series: Jay Clayton Quartet

Pangea NYC 178 2nd Ave, NY

Internationally acclaimed vocalist, composer, and educator, Jay Clayton, will be joined on stage by Jay Anderson on bass and Ed Neumeister on trombone.


Heather Patterson King: The Voices in my Head

Pangea NYC 178 2nd Ave, NY

Join Heather Patterson King on a humorous and reflective musical journey through the voices that made her the performer she is today.

$20 – $25

Charlie Parker & Stefan Wolpe

St John’s in the Village 218 W 11th St, New York, NY

Charlie Parker was crucial to the development of bebop, a uniquely American artform that thrived in Greenwich Village. Composer Stefan Wolpe fled the Nazis and settled in the Village, teaching avant-gardists and jazz musicians alike, forming a friendship with the jazz radical.

$20 – $25

Karen Mack and Elliot Roth

Pangea NYC 178 2nd Ave, NY

Songwriters Karen Mack and Elliot Roth present two sets of acoustic jazz, originals, pop/folk covers, and “not standard” takes on standards in Pangea’s restaurant/front lounge.