Presented by Nasdaq
Select Wednesdays in May & June | 5pm, Broadway & 43rd St

In celebration of all that Times Square has to offer, TSQ LIVE will feature live music brought to you by an array of neighbors across the district, including Swing 46, M Social, Russian Samovar, and Jasmine’s Caribbean Cuisine.

  • Wednesday, May 3: Brickhouse NYC
  • Wednesday, May 10: Swing 46
  • Wednesday, May 17: M Social
  • Wednesday, May 24: Russian Samovar
  • Wednesday, May 31: Jasmine's Caribbean Cuisine
  • Wednesday, June 14: Lagos
  • Wednesday, September 20: New York Modular Society
  • Wednesday, September 27: The New Victory Theater presents a sneak peek of Omnium Circus’s I’mPossible!

Presented by Nasdaq
Wednesdays | 5pm, Broadway & 43rd St

Brooklyn-based leading nonprofit cultural center Pioneer Works, known for their experimental music program and residency, will curate and present a series of musical performances featuring past, current, and future musicians-in-residence across a variety of genres.


  • Wednesday, June 28: Fox, Frye & Associates
  • Wednesday, July 5: The Manhattan Review of Unnatural Acts or NYRoCS
  • Wednesday, July 12: Ciarra Black
  • Wednesday, July 19: Brent Arnold: Solo Cello & Electronics
  • Wednesday, July 26: Kwami Winfield
  • Wednesday, August 2: Issei Herr/Princess Princess (feat. Concrete Husband)
  • Wednesday, August 9: Corrine Jasmin
  • Wednesday, August 16: The Chutneys
  • Wednesday, August 30: H x H (Lester St. Louis & Chris Williams)
  • Wednesday, September 13: Avola

Curated by Jazz at Lincoln Center
Presented by T-Mobile
Thursdays | 5pm, Broadway & 46th

Jazz at Lincoln Center will take over Times Square to bring New York City’s jazz scene to Broadway, creating the feeling of an intimate club amidst the lights and sounds of Times Square.


  • Thursday, May 4: Curtis Brothers Quartet [part of the Tito Puente Centennial Celebration]
  • Thursday, May 11: Richie Goods and Chien Chien Lu "Connected"
  • Thursday, May 25: Christopher McBride
  • Thursday, June 1: Charenee Wade
  • Thursday, June 8: Miki Yamanaka [RESCHEDULED DUE TO AIR QUALITY]
  • Thursday, June 15: Dayramir Gonzalez
  • Thursday, July 6: Winard Harper and Jeli Posse
  • Thursday, July 13: Mariel Bildsten Septet
  • Thursday, July 20: Naledi Masilo [in honor of Nelson Mandela's Birthday Celebration]
  • Thursday, July 27: Erena Terakubo Quintet
  • Thursday, August 3: Grace Fox Big Band
  • Thursday, August 17: Simon Moullier Quartet
  • Thursday, August 31: Endea Owens and the Cookout
  • Thursday, September 14: Miki Yamanaka Quintet

Musical performances presented by Carnegie Hall
Friday, June 29 & Friday, July 21 | 5pm, Broadway & 46th

In June, Carnegie Hall will host two free concerts in Times Square that are sensational celebrations of sounds from across the country and around the globe.


  • Friday, June 29: Trio Fadolín, a string ensemble composed of Sabina Torosjan on violin, Valeriya Sholokhova on cello, and Ljova on the fadolín
  • Friday, July 21: Singer, songwriter, and accordionist Gregorio Uribe, known for his eclectic Colombian rhythms

Fridays | 6pm (unless otherwise noted), Broadway & 46th

Check out NYC's buzziest up-and-coming talent live on Fridays in Times Square. Musicians from New York City and beyond will present free concerts, ranging from indie, pop, and electronic, and many of whom will be celebrating the debut of new work or an upcoming summer album release. Highlights include a punk rock show by arts organization NEW INC as well as singer/songwriters Brooke Alexx and NYC’s own Julia Wolf. Stay tuned for performance dates and more, including an electronic dance music pop-up show with Proximity.


  • Friday, July 7, 6pm: Julia Wolf
  • Friday, July 14, 6pm: Brooke Alexx
  • Friday, July 28, 5pm: Platinum Moon [This concert will take place at 5pm on the Wonderama stage north of 46th Street]
  • Friday, August 4, 6pm: The Scarlet Opera
  • Friday, August 25, 5pm: Backwoodz Studioz Showcase featuring Fatboi Sharif, Fielded, Cavalier, & E L U C I D
  • Friday, September 22, 6pm: Couch
  • Wednesday, October 4, 6pm: Adam and the Metal Hawks

Presented by NEW INC
Friday, September 15 | 5pm, Broadway & 46th St

A music form, a coping mechanism, an ethos, and a bridge between disciplines and communities, punk continues reinventing itself. Curated and presented by NEW INC, this mini-festival expands the story of punk — the early adoption of peer to peer music distribution, the intersection of punk and hip-hop in Times Square, and the artists who use punk as a means of expanding their studio practice. For one late afternoon in Times Square, punk comes outdoors for a free series of concerts embodying this cross-disciplinary genre to be shared, refused, and refreshed.

Wednesday, August 23 | 5pm, Broadway & 43rd St

Actress and influencer Deanna Giulietti performs songs from her Broadway dream roles.

Wednesday, September 6 | 4:40pm, Broadway & 43rd St

Adeena Karasick opens with a poetry set at 4:30pm before violinist Judy Kang presents the Judy Kang Experience at 5pm.


About Jazz at Lincoln Center
The mission of Jazz at Lincoln Center is to entertain, enrich and expand a global community for Jazz through performance, education and advocacy. With the world-renowned Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and guest artists spanning genres and generations, Jazz at Lincoln Center produces thousands of performance, education, and broadcast events each season in its home in New York City (Frederick P. Rose Hall, “The House of Swing”) and around the world, for people of all ages. Jazz at Lincoln Center is led by Chairman Robert J. Appel, Managing and Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis, and Executive Director Greg Scholl. Dizzy’s Club, one of the three main performance venues of Frederick P. Rose Hall, produces world-class jazz performances nightly, often reflecting and augmenting the programming in Rose Theater and The Appel Room. Learn more at

About Carnegie Hall
Carnegie Hall's mission is to present extraordinary music and musicians on the three stages of this legendary hall, to bring the transformative power of music to the widest possible audience, to provide visionary education programs, and to foster the future of music through the cultivation of new works, artists, and audiences. Learn more at

Expanding on the New Museum’s commitment to new art and new ideas, NEW INC is the Museum’s cultural incubator supporting creative practitioners and small businesses working across art, design, technology. Now in Year 9, NEW INC’s membership model continues to support a diverse range of creative practitioners with a values-driven program and safe space for gathering and developing new creative projects and businesses. In 2020, NEW INC launched ONX Studio, an XR accelerator for artists, in partnership with the Onassis Foundation. NEW INC was cofounded by New Museum’s Toby Devan Lewis Director Lisa Phillips and former Deputy Director Karen Wong in 2014 as the first museum-led cultural incubator. Learn more at