A summer favorite, Broadway in Bryant Park returns to the lawn this week for the 20th anniversary of its annual series of free lunchtime concerts, featuring a sampling of songs and stars from some of the biggest hits in New York. Hosted by Delilah and other popular on-air personalities from 106.7 LITE FM, this year’s lineup includes selections from both Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, so you can get a taste of what’s playing at the big houses and the more intimate venues, decide what you want to see next, and revisit the ones you love most.
The festivities begin before the official 12:30 show time, with sound-check rehearsals, great giveaways by the series’ sponsors, and chances to win other fabulous prizes. So come early and stake out a seat or a spot on the grass, grab a picnic lunch and beverage, get a program, and enjoy all the pre-show offerings. And don’t forget to bring sunblock, sunglasses, and a hat, because it gets sunny out on the lawn – and hot on the stage, as you can see from the steaming schedule* below!
July 11: Be More Chill, King Kong, Stomp, and Bat Out of Hell; 106.7 LITE FM Host Delilah; Co-Hosts The Play That Goes Wrong
July 18: Beetlejuice, Chicago, Come From Away, Jersey Boys, and Waitress; 106.7 LITE FM Host Cubby and Christine
July 25: Disney on Broadway Takeover, with Aladdin, Frozen, and The Lion King; 106.7 LITE FM Host Delilah
August 1: Broadway Bounty Hunter, Rock of Ages, The Cher Show, and The Prom; 106.7 LITE FM Host Helen Little
August 8: A Musical About Star Wars, Beautiful, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s OKLAHOMA!, and Pretty Woman; 106.7 LITE FM Host Rich Kaminski; Co-Host Catherine Russell of Perfect Crime
August 15: Mean Girls, The Phantom of the Opera, and Tootsie; 106.7 LITE FM Host Victor Sosa.
*Please note that the schedule is subject to change and performances are dependent on weather conditions.
Running Time: Approximately one hour.
Broadway in Bryant Park plays 12:30-1:30 pm, Thursdays, July 11-August 15, 2019, performing on the lawn at Bryant Park – between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, 40th and 42nd Streets, NYC. The concerts are free and open to the public; no tickets or reservations are required.