Archive from September 27–30, 2018
Bringing It All Back Home to Washington Square
Headline event on Saturday: A FREE concert in Washington Square Park with Suzanne Vega (pictured below), Martha Redbone and VickiKristrinaBarcelona. Scroll to view the full program of Music, Poetry, Theater and Photography events over four days.
DAY 1: THURSDAY
September 27, 2018 at 6.30pm, at The Village Trip Bar, Washington Square Hotel
Opening party and preview of exhibition of work by celebrated music photographer David Gahr, plus rare Greenwich Village memorabilia. Drinks and live music.
Find out more about the Opening Reception »
DAY 2: FRIDAY
September 28, 2018 at 12 – 3pm, starting at the Washington Square Hotel
A walking tour of O’Neill’s favorite haunts followed by interactive readings and performance at the Washington Square Hotel of key scenes from three O’Neill plays.
Find out more about the Eugene O’Neill and The Village Event »
September 28, 2018 at 7.30pm at the Stiefel Hall, New School
An evening of live music and discussion with jazz faculty and musicians at the New School. Followed by a private party at the Washington Square Hotel featuring a jazz jam.
Find out more about Jazz in the Village Event »
DAY 3: SATURDAY
September 29, 2018 at 2pm at the Jefferson Market Library
Greenwich Village through the eyes of two of its greatest poets: “Kissing in the Village: Edna St Vincent Millay on Bedford Street” and “Jack Kerouac: Blues in the Afternoon”.
Find out more about the Village Voices Event »
September 29, 2018 Garibaldi Plaza, at 5.00pm Concert in Washington Square Park
Bringing It All Back Home to Washington Square – a live concert in the shadow of the Arch in celebration of the legendary and influential music heritage of Greenwich Village
Find out more about the Concert in Washington Square Park »
DAY 4: SUNDAY
September 30, 2018 at 2.30pm, The Village Trip Bar, Washington Square Hotel
Michael Shulman, Director of Publishing and Film, Magnum Photos, talks about award-winning Magnum photographer Burt Glinn, whose previously unseen color and black and white pictures of the beats feature in a new book, The Beat Scene (Reel Art Press).
Find out more about The Beat Scene Event »
September 30, 2018 at 7pm, The Bitter End, Bleecker Street
An evening of live music with Happy Traum, Tom Chapin and the Chapin Sisters, David Massengill, Diana Jones and others at the historic Bitter End on Bleecker Street, in the heart of Greenwich Village.
Find out more about the Talkin’ New York Folk Revival Event »