Free concerts in New York City
Free concerts in New York? Yes, it is possible! This section of our site will introduce you to unique information about where and when live performances of both little-known and popular musicians take place, but at the same time, admission to the concerts is free!
Music is not only a pleasure, background for relaxation, or the rhythm for dancing. It has the power to bring people together. You just need to be open to the world and not sit at home! Many people meet at concerts, this is how friendships are made and families are created. Only at live concerts, you can feel the whole energy of the performers, and you can completely immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of your favorite music.
The choice of concerts in New York is huge and there are quite often free performances of various artists playing live here. These are celebrities and newcomers who perform no less quality music than the bands playing at paid concerts. Rock, jazz, rap, pop — whatever your heart desires!
“Admission to the concert is free” — these words can be accompanied by a concert poster with the support of sponsors or a presentation of a new club, often musicians perform for free on holidays in large squares.
So, you can go to many concerts without a ticket, the main thing is not to miss information about them. Therefore, check back more often in this section of our website of New York free events and tell your friends about it!
NOVUS NY and Sandbox Percussion present eco-minded works by Viet Cuong, Jessica Meyer, and others
Carrie Jackson is one of the most sought-after vocalists in the metropolitan area; come to PPAC to hear this consummate jazz artist.
A free weekly comedy show featuring comedians who have appeared on Comedy Central, TruTV, and NBC in Soho to cap off your weekend!
December 4, 2023 (Monday)
December 5, 2023 (Tuesday)
December 7, 2023 (Thursday)
December 9, 2023 (Saturday)
Having sung worldwide with jazz greats, Jackie Jones brings her expressive voice and style to PPAC.
December 10, 2023 (Sunday)