An Annual Festival in September.
Celebrating Arts and Activism across Greenwich Village and the East Village.
Thanks to everyone who came to The Village Trip 2023, which ran from September 8 through September 24. Please support our efforts to deliver next year’s festival, which will energize Greenwich Village, September 14 – 28, 2024. As a nonprofit organization dedicated to arts and activism, we rely on donations from people like you! Planning for the sixth Village Trip has already begun, so your help is needed now. Please donate here.
A full photo update will appear shortly. Meanwhile view a selection of postings so far >>
The Village Trip 2024 will run from September 14 through 28.
We look forward to seeing you all.
AUTUMN CONCERT: TUESDAY OCTOBER 24
Now available – recordings of two very special Village Trip events. Buy them for yourself or as a gift for friends and family, and help support a valuable cause while also spreading the word about The Village Trip.
Talkin' New York Folk Revival:The Village Trip Live at the Bitter End on Bandcamp
The magical closing concert from the inaugural festival. Hosted by Tom Chapin, it featured the Chapin Sisters, Diana Jones, David Massengill, Happy Traum and Village Trip Artist Emeritus David Amram performing such timeless folk classics as “Pastures of Plenty”, “City of New Orleans”. “The Water is Wide” and “Irene, Goodnight”. The line-up also features Michael Mark on bass and David Mansfield on violin, plus special guest John Heller. The recording was edited by Steve Rosenthal, whose distinguished work includes the commemorative set of Woody Guthrie: The Tribute Concerts.Buy from Bandcamp $20.
In the spirit of the great folk tradition, all the performers have generously donated their share of the proceeds from the recording to Greenwich House Music School.
From the 2022 Festival: WATCH a reading of Jack Kerouac's On the Road with music
Check out this very cool video teaser for our On the Road reading at the Strand Book Store. Produced and edited by Jordan Galland, the video captures the spirit of the star-studded reading of Jack Kerouac's classic novel directed by David Deblinger.
If you want to see the entire reading with performances by Mercedes Ruehl, Marsha Mason, Dael Orlandersmith, Kevin Corrigan, Stephanie Berry, John Ventimiglia, Jose Rivera, and John Doman, buy the recording. View the program.