The Rooftop at Pier 17 is planning a packed summer of musical performances with more than 60 outdoor shows.
For the fifth year of the venue's Summer Concert Series at the Seaport, they're going all out with an impressive schedule all summer long. This year's lineup includes Coheed and Cambria, Bebe Rexha, DJ Trixie Mattel, T-Pain, YUNGBLUD, Jenny Lewis, PUP, Tove Lo, Macklemore, Pixies and Modest Mouse, and many more.
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Here's the full Pier 17 lineup
- May 3 - Coheed and Cambria “NEVERENDER NWFTWM”
- May 4 - Nickel Creek
- May 5 - Goth Babe: The Lola Tour
- May 12 - Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls and The Interrupters
- May 23 - Beach Bunny and PUP
- June 3 - Young the Giant with Milky Chance
- June 4 - Young the Giant with Milky Chance
- June 5 - The Used & Pierce The Veil: Creative Control Tour
- June 9 - The Wood Brothers with special guest Shovels & Rope
- June 13 - The Used & Pierce The Veil: Creative Control Tour
- June 14 - The Driver Era
- June 15 - Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue and Ziggy Marley
- June 16 - Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue and Ziggy Marley
- June 17 - Reggae Fest Blaze
- June 18 - Bebe Rexha: Best F’n Night Of My Life
- June 22 - DJ Trixie Mattel: Solid Pink Disco
- July 6 - Rebelution: Good Vibes Summer Tour 2023
- July 7 - SiriusXM Presents Yacht Rock Revue: Reverse Sunset Tour
- July 8 - Yellowcard: Celebrating 20 Years of Ocean Avenue
- July 11 - T-Pain: Escape from Wiscansin – The Invasion
- July 12 - Barenaked Ladies: Last Summer On Earth 2023
- July 14 - YUNGBLUD: The World Tour
- July 15 - The Struts: Remember The Name
- July 18 - Jenny Lewis: JOY’ALL TOUR
- July 21 - An Evening with CAKE
- July 22 - An Evening with CAKE
- July 27 - Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
- August 2 - Pink Martini featuring China Forbes
- August 4 - The Mountain Goats
- August 5 - Anjunabeats Outdoors
- August 21 - Pixies and Modest Mouse
- August 22 - Pixies and Modest Mouse
- August 26 - Gimme Gimme Disco
- August 29 - Local Natives
- August 30 - JVKE: what tour feels like
- September 10 - Tove Lo: Dirt Femme Tour
- September 12 - All Time Low & Gym Class Heroes
- September 14 - An Evening with Ween
- September 15 - Bishop Briggs & MisterWives
- September 19-20 - Tate McRae
- September 22 - Macklemore: The BEN Tour
- September 23 - Grace Potter
- September 28 - The Old 97's & Drive By Truckers
- September 29 - Dance Gavin Dance
- October 5 - Brothers Osborne
- October 11 - Eric Nam
- Plus, more shows to be announced.
Making the most of a show at Pier 17
If you haven’t been to a show at Pier 17 yet, this scenic outdoor concert venue along the East River offers panoramic views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty. Plus, it’s a venue that can attract big names in an intimate setting (there’s a 3,500 maximum capacity).
You can grab a frozen drink or a cocktail at the venue's Patrón Patio lounge. If you want a private hangout spot, you can pay for access to the Grey Goose Terrace, a rooftop hideaway with lounge seating, or the Heineken Silver Zone with a reserved viewing area in front of the stage.
Before or after the show, there are a bunch of waterfront restaurants nearby, including Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s seafood restaurant The Fulton; David Chang’s Momofuku Ssäm Bar; Helene Henderson’s Malibu Farm New York; Andrew Carmellini's Italian chophouse Carne Mare, and NoHo Hospitality's Mister Dips.
"New Yorkers, tri-state area residents, and visitors from all over the globe look forward to The Rooftop at Pier 17 concert lineup each summer," said Andrew Schwartz, co-president of the New York Region, The Howard Hughes Corporation. "This season we are excited to celebrate five years of bringing today’s most popular artists to the Seaport to perform at this unforgettable venue with its iconic New York City views—there’s really no place like it."