¡Arriba!

On summer evenings, the High Line transforms from a park to an open-air dance floor. New Yorkers come together to enjoy the sounds of local salsa legends and learn dance moves from the masters. Whether you’re an experienced salsa dancer or just excited to learn, come join us for ¡Arriba! and see why it’s the High Line’s longest running public program.

On August 11, ¡Arriba! will feature DJ Mickey Pérez and Bulla en el Barrio, who will be performing, engaging, and celebrating life through Bullerengue music, dance, and the stories these songs tell.

Advance registration is encouraged. Walk-ups are welcome.

RSVP for August 11

On July 14, ¡Arriba! officially returned with salsa lessons brought to you by Antonio Doza & Doza Dance Company (6:30 – 7pm), followed by a live Afro-Cuban rumba performance by New York’s own La Rumba de La MUSA (7 – 8pm) and an international cross section of dance music played by DJ Mickey Pérez for the rest of the evening.

On summer evenings, the High Line transforms from a park to an open-air dance floor. New Yorkers come together to enjoy the sounds of local salsa legends and learn dance moves from the masters. Whether you’re an experienced salsa dancer or just excited to learn, come join us for ¡Arriba! and see why it’s the High Line’s longest running public program.

On August 11, ¡Arriba! will feature DJ Mickey Pérez and Bulla en el Barrio, who will be performing, engaging, and celebrating life through Bullerengue music, dance, and the stories these songs tell.

Advance registration is encouraged. Walk-ups are welcome.

RSVP for August 11

On July 14, ¡Arriba! officially returned with salsa lessons brought to you by Antonio Doza & Doza Dance Company (6:30 – 7pm), followed by a live Afro-Cuban rumba performance by New York’s own La Rumba de La MUSA (7 – 8pm) and an international cross section of dance music played by DJ Mickey Pérez for the rest of the evening.

Support

Guardian is the Lead Wellness Sponsor of the High Line.

Guardian

Lead Support for High Line Accessibility, Education & Programs provided by the Ford Foundation. Major support is provided by The Brown Foundation, Inc., and the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation. Program support is provided by Bloomberg Philanthropies, the NYC Green Relief & Recovery Fund, and IAC Foundation. Additional support provided by Cowles Charitable Trust.

High Line Programs and accessibility are supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council.

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Major support for High Line Community Engagement Programs is provided by Denise Littlefield Sobel, Sarah Min and Matt Pincus, and Susan and Stephen Scherr.