The Village Trip will return in September 2021, with its usual mix of words and music at venues across the Village. Bringing It All Back Home to Washington Square, the free concert in the Park that was headlined in 2018 by Suzanne Vega and in 2019 by Steve Earle, will take place on Saturday September 25, 2021. In the days before and after, there will be a variety of events, including an increased number of outdoor events – walks and talks, each exploring a facet of Village life and culture. And of course we will return once more to the historic Bitter End in its sixtieth birthday year to celebrate New York City’s folk music heritage – September 26, so mark your calendars!

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Martha Redbone plays TVT 2018

Steve Earle plays TVT 2019

The grand finale: Woody Guthrie’s “This Land is Your Land, “ America’s second national anthem, at the Bitter End 2018. We raised the spirits and the roof! Video: Jamie Kalikow

The Chapin Sisters lead fellow artists and the audience in “We Will Not Stop Singing” at the Bitter End, closing The Village Trip 2018. Video: Jamie Kalikow

Chamber bets on The Village Trip festival, pop-up art, shopping promo to reboot foot traffic:

“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 Sun


Suzanne Vega plays TVT 2018

Bitter End Hootenanny with Tom Chapin and the Chapin Sisters with Happy Traum and Diana Jones