We told you last month that the elevated park will remain open past its usual 11pm closing time on Thursday, July 21, and now we have even more details about what you’ll see during that extra scandalous hour.
The event, organized by Friends of the High Line and dubbed “Up Late,” includes a series of live performances and plenty of surprises, including dancers, musicians and visual artists who will be decked out in jaw-dropping illuminating outfits—get your camera ready.
Remember, this shindig is totally free, but make sure to arrive an hour early—the space will fill-up fast!
Here is the performance lineup, courtesy of Friends of the High Line:
Night Paving: The Aural History of Jackie 60 & MOTHER
Producers, performers, and attendees of the legendary Tuesday night club party Jackie 60 and nightclub MOTHER take you on a wondrous soundscape journey of storytelling and music.
Get immersed in the astonishing and bracing world of visual artist Jordan Eagles.
THE DANCE CARTEL with DJ Average Jo
Participate in this ecstatic dance performance as it unfolds into a vibrant collective experience. DJ Average Jo will lead the beat and spin music throughout the night. Lighting Design by Joe Cantalupo. Litewall created by Joe Cantalupo and Dave Tennent.
Yael "KAT" Modiano & Ursula Scherrer
Urban Night Dialogue: Contemporary Electro-acoustic Flute Soundscapes with Live Video Art in Urban Scenario
Succumb to heavenly electronic and flute melodies, while dazzling visuals completely surround you.
Explore the Chelsea Grasslands by flashlight, as a grid of sensors trigger acoustic responses. The result will be a spontaneous symphony arising from communal interaction.
Carte Blanche Performance
Let these mysterious dancers in giant glowing lanterns guide you through the park. Look out for moments of intimate encounters and spontaneous performances.
The High Line between Gansevoort and W 18th St. July 21 10pm–midnight. R.S.V.P. here.