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Entertaining at the High Line


Host your next private event in one of New York City’s most stunning settings.

The High Line offers venue spaces and picturesque backdrops for a variety of private event needs. The largest event area, the Chelsea Market Passage, includes Spencer Finch's iconic glass installation, The River That Flows Both Ways. The dramatic, industrial 14th Street Passage allows for unlimited transformations, and the Diller – von Furstenberg Sundeck features expansive views of the Hudson River.

Corporate Activations and Sponsorships

The High Line also serves as an ideal venue for public-facing corporate activations, including pop-up experiences, interactive installations, product launches, and press events.


Event Proposals

To inquire about hosting your private event or corporate activation on the High line, please fill out our special events inquiry form. Please be sure to indicate your intended audience when submitting your form. This will help provide clarity as we evaluate your proposal and determine an appropriate site fee, incremental fees, and necessary permits. For large-scale events, it is recommended to submit your proposal four to six months prior to your preferred event date(s). Proposals for smaller events may be considered with six weeks of lead time.

Estimated fees cannot be given until a complete proposal has been submitted and reviewed by the Events Department in conjunction with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation.

Friends of the High Line works to build and maintain an extraordinary public park on the High Line. We provide over 90 percent of the High Line’s annual operating budget and are responsible for maintenance of the park, pursuant to a license agreement with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. Through stewardship, innovative design and programming, and excellence in operations, we cultivate a vibrant community around the High Line. Friends of the High Line carefully considers proposals for events in the park in light of their potential to support this commitment. All event proposals are subject to the approval of the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation.

Photos by Liz Ligon, Allan Zepeda, Nadia Anderson courtesy of ToDo Productions and Tommy Hilfiger, Billy Farrell Agency, Nicholas Hunt for Patrick McMullan, Friends of the High Line.