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¡ARRIBA!: Latin Dance Party with Aurora Flores y Zon del Barrio

Date & Time

Last event was Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Location

Chelsea Market Passage, on the High Line at West 16th Street

Update: Advance registration for ¡Arriba! is sold out. We do not expect extra capacity for this event. Walk-ins will only be permitted if space is available. To learn about upcoming events on the High Line, click "Join Our Mailing List" below.

In the mood for some rhythm? Grab your friends and get your body moving on the High Line as the park is transformed into a dance floor featuring some of the hottest Latin bands in NYC.

You won't be able to stop dancing to these rhythms. Aurora & Zon del Barrio perform foot-stomping, funk-based, classic salsa, plena, merengue, bomba, and boogalú from all corners of the Barrios. This group of veteran and young musicians is led by powerful singer, music journalist and historian Aurora Flores, with mystical direction by multi-instrumentalist David Fernandez.

Enjoy dinner and dessert after dancing under the stars. On the Diller-von Furstenberg Sundeck and Chelsea Market Passage you will find tacos, gelato, ice pops, and more seasonal treats from our food vendors, a wine and beer bar, as well as Terroir at The Porch, a full-service, open-air café serving beer, wine, and small plates with sweeping views of the Hudson River.


PARTNERS
Friends of the High Line is pleased to partner with Hudson Guild to host some of New York City's best Latin bands on the High Line, transforming the park into an open-air dance floor at sunset.

SUPPORT
Public Programs on the High Line are supported by Altman Foundation. These programs are supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Council, under the leadership of Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.