Rock, electronic, hip-hop, indie & more in NYC
Celebrating its 5th Birthday, the "Gov Ball" is back bringing a vibrant mix of rock, electronic, hip-hop, indie, pop and folk to Randall's Island in New York.
Described by Consequence Of Sound as understanding how to "draw a crowd that genuinely cares about live music", discover a lineup that jumps from ferocious guitar riffs to ethereal electronic dreams, looking back with nostalgia on acts we've loved, along with an A-Z celebration of the hottest acts right now.
Music aside there is alot fun to be had around the festival site with silent discos, lawn games and photo booths, as well as an insane choice of food to try out, with restaurants, delis and more providing a decadent choice of food trucks to enjoy.
Created by independent festival promoters Founders Entertainment, if you plan to visit 'The Big Apple' this year you'll defiantly regret not including Governors Ball as part of your trip....
Big Apple Stage
Big Apple Stage
Big Apple Stage
In the middle of New York, this two part parkland island is used for a mixture activities from driving ranges to playgrounds. It's wide availability of open space makes it the perfect location for Governors Balls to hold its event to full creativity. On site there will be two stages, a tent stage, a silent disco, a VIP area, a 'Food, Drink, Shade Oasis' and a massive faux Statue of Liberty ideal for photo opportunities.
Randall's Island Park, Randall's Island Park, New York, 10035, Estados Unidos da América
BY PLANE: If you're flying into New York John F. Kennedy Airport, you can reach Randalls Island Park a variety of ways. You can either take a 20 minute taxi which will cost around £40, or a bus or subway:
- BY BUS: Take a Connecticut Limousine - a shuttle bus - onto LaGuardia Airport before taking a Q100 bus onto 21 St/21 Av and then walk on over to the festival.
- BY Subway: Take an AirTrain to Jamaica before a City Zone, Far Rockaway, Hempstead or Long Beach service onto Atlantic Terminal. Lastly take Line 4 to 125 St and either take the X80 festival shuttle bus or walk to the festival.
BY SUBWAY: Via subway, you can take either line 4, 5, or 6 to 125th street, where you can catch the shuttle bus or walk onto the festival.
BY FERRY: You can also take a ferry across to the island, departing from East 35th Street Ferry Landing located at the intersection of East 35th Street at the FDR Drive. Ferries will run approximately every 15 minutes, starting at 11am, and while Ferries to the island will stop at 9pm, ferries from the island will not stop until all ferry ticket buyers are off the island.
- 11am - Buses & ferries start running to Island, Box office opens
- 11:45am - Gates to the festival open
- 12:15pm - Music begins
- 22:00pm - Box office closes
- 23:00pm - End of music
Children aged 5 years and younger can attend for free, and strollers are also allowed.
There will be viewing platforms, accessible portable toilets, wheelchair and scooter recharging and service animals are allowed. For full information you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
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