Omnipresent Music Festival/BIPOC Musicians Festival
The Omnipresent Music Festival is a new music festival that showcases the historical significance of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) professional musicians and composers while entertaining communities and inspiring our youth with captivating musical performances that span all genres of music. This extraordinary five-day multi-genre music festival will take place in the heart of New York City and feature acclaimed musicians who have trained at some of the most prestigious music conservatories, universities, and schools from around the world.
The first four performances are pop-up performances held in the Sunken Garden and the general public is welcome to listen from other areas in the Park. The final August 13 concert will take place on the bluestone patio and seating will be open to the general public. Tickets must be reserved for this free Friday event. Ticket holders are asked to abide by set health and safety protocols.
Health and Safety Guidelines: All concert-goers over the age of two are required to remain masked through out the performance as seating does not allow for social distancing. If parties are socially distanced from one another while on the lawn, then masks may be removed. These regulations are in effect regardless of prior vaccination status, as per current NYC Parks and Morris-Jumel Mansion programming guidelines.
Advanced registration for the Friday August 13 concert is required. Since attendees will be close to the performers, and may need to enter the Mansion to use restroom facilities, audience members will need to fill out a health screening form which will be emailed the day before the concert.
Presented by Edward W. Hardy. Visit www.omnipresentmusicfestival.org for more details