Norah Jones, Sting, Trey Anastasio to Perform Tonight at SummerStage Jubilee Digital Concert - Billboard
Sep 17, 2020 1 min, 29 secs

Tonight (Sept. 17), the New York's City Parks Foundation will be presenting SummerStage Jubilee, a free benefit concert supporting the foundation's programs in parks.

The event highlights the various City Parks Foundation programs and will also showcase notable advocates for the foundation's work including sports icon and champion of equality Billie Jean King, television and radio host Ryan Seacrest, musical artist H.E.R., comedian Lewis Black and performer, Late Show bandleader Paul Shaffer and late night host Jimmy Fallon, who was just announced as the final addition to the evening’s program.

The digital benefit will be available to stream across all SummerStage social platforms (SummerStage Instagram, SummerStage YouTube and Facebook page) and remain on demand for 30 days as well as through the partners The Bowery Presents, Brooklyn Bowl, The Capitol Theatre,, iHeart Media’s Q104.3, Live Nation, Live for Live Music, Relix, Time Out New York, WNET ALL ARTS and WFUV.

ET on their channel and rebroadcast it on demand for 30 days, New York City and tri-state area residents can watch encore presentations of SummerStage Jubilee on Saturday at 7 p.m.

City Parks Foundation exists to encourage New Yorkers to use their parks, so we are excited to welcome such notable performers and to be part of our benefit concert to help support our work.

We are grateful for their commitment to parks and to the New York City community,” said Heather Lubov, Executive Director of City Parks Foundation in a press release.

Additional members of the creative team behind the concert are director Jake McAfee and producer Jonathan Olson.

“I am beyond honored to produce and bring our annual celebration of the work done by City Parks Foundation to people all around the world through this year’s extraordinary digital Jubilee benefit concert,” shares Killian.

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