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Park Jams at Crotona Park in the Bronx run every Thursday through the end of July. Acts include GrandMaster Caz, Afrika Bambaataa and Biz Markie. Biz Markie who will be at the July 9th launch with Grandwizzard Theodore and more. That series will be followed up in August by Tuesday DJ series in Harlem's St. Nicholas Park. All shows are free. Full schedule and flyers below...
7th Annual Crotona Park Jams: Bronx
JULY 9: POPMASTER FABEL, GRANDWIZZARD THEODORE & BIZ MARKIECrotona Park
JULY 16: AFRIKA BAMBAATAA, DJ JAZZY JAY & KOOL DJ RED ALERT
JULY 23: DJ JAZZY JOYCE, DJ SCRATCH, DJ ROCKIN' ROB & ROC RAIDA
JULY 30: DJ CASH MONEY, DJ LORD FINESSE, DJ GRANDMASTER CAZ
5pm-9pm. FREE! All Ages. The best of the best legendary Hip Hop DJs and special guests rocking at legendary Crotona Park! Host: GrandMaster Caz. Special guests (that even we don't expect) all of the time!
Enter at Charlotte St & Crotona Park East, Bronx NYC 10457. Held in association with Council Member Joel Rivera and The Friends of Crotona Park. 2 or 5 train to 174th St.Digger's Delight: Harlem
St. Nicholas Park
AUGUST 4: ROCKIN' ROB, DJ CHUCK CITY & DJ LEAN ROCK
AUGUST 11: CHAIRMAN MAO, JBX
AUGUST 18: DJ JAZZY JAY, DANNY DAN THE BEAT MANN, DJ FORREST GETEMGUMP
AUGUST 25: MISS SHING-A-LING, DJ LORD FINESSE
4pm - 8pm. FREE! All Ages. All star producers and rare record collectors spin their funkiest 45s and more!
Every Tuesday in August at St. Nicholas Park Plaza @ 135th & St. Nicholas Ave, Harlem NYC. B or C train to W. 135th or try hopstop.com for directions. Held in association with The Friends of St. Nicholas ParkPark Jam Rules
No Alcohol. No Drugs. No Vending without a TUA from the NYC Parks Dept. No Driving Vehicles into any Park. No One on Stage Unless Scheduled to Perform. Keep your Garbage in the Cans and off the Ground. Support your local "Friends of..." the Park organizations and the NYC Dept. of Parks & Recreation.