Social Distanced Singalong

June 21st, 2020

Join Porch Stomp artists for a series of singalongs from 6 - 7 pm all over Brooklyn!  
Safety First!  Follow these rules:
1. All participants MUST wear a mask!
2. All participants MUST stand at 6 - 12 feet apart at all times!
3. Have a great time!

Singalong Hosts

with Larry Cook, Ken Shoji and Tim Davis

Westminster Road between Courtelyou and Beverley, east side of the street.

Gowanus Promenade at 165 2nd street.

Rugby between Courtelyou and Beverley, east side of the street.

6th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues, north side of the street.

Park Place between Buffalo and Ralph.

with Sam Barnes, Christian Apuzzo and Jason Borisoff

4th street between Church Avenue and Albermarie, east side of the street.

with Amos Rose

Prospect Park near Stratford and Caton, south side of the park near Machate Circle.

with Hilary Hawke, Sam Harmet and Thomas Kozumplik

Spencer street between Myrtle and Willoughby, west side of the street.

with Erik Alvar, Dave Speranza and Kells Nollenberger

Cooper Park, Northwest corner of the park.

Online only!  Visit our facebook page to view!

Other concerts featuring Porch Stomp Artists:

Emma and Joel Turoff , 3-4pm

380a 6th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues [BROOKLYN]

Sunny's Jam, 3-4pm 

253 Conover St [BROOKLYN]

Noe Socha, 4-5pm

ONLINE! Visit our facebook page to view! [STATEN ISLAND]

Cait Jones, 5-6pm

48th Ave and Skillman Ave [QUEENS]

Alex Wright, 6-7pm

Washington Square Park [MANHATTAN]

Stan Baum, 8-9pm

Plaza Street East and  St. Johns [BROOKLYN]

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This programming is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC), as well as by the Stone Soup Community Fund, a fundraising effort to support professional artists in the Sunny’s community impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

A note about safety and this event: We feel strongly that people are looking for communal experiences more than ever during this time, and these events can be an opportunity for the positive social interaction. That being said, we know that there may be safety concerns. Porch Stomp is requiring that singalong hosts have someone designated as a "safety marshall," to ensure that people maintain a safe distance and wear masks at all times. If people do not uphold these standards, they will be asked to leave. We understand that this is an imperfect system, and we want you to feel safe. If you feel any risk whatsoever, we encourage you to stay home and not attend in person.