Fierce feminist families celebrate all mamas and the people who love them at our annual festival featuring music, vendors, wellness activities, art, and activism. Join us for community vendors, play:groundNYC play area (1-4pm), food, arts & crafts, and live music all day!
Brewster Moonface 1:30 – 2:15pm
Brewster Moonface sets out with the simple mission of bringing honest roots, blues and soul from the center of the world – New York City. If NYC is the city that never sleeps then Brewster Moonface is the gritty diesel engine of music that keeps it awake and dancing.
Eljuri 2:45 – 3:45pm
As a revered multi-instrumentalist, Eljuri developed hypnotic and undeniable melodies that are familiar and foreign all at once. With heavy guitar-driven grooves; rock, Latin, middle-eastern, reggae, funk and dance that wrap around stories of resilience, shelter, our borders and the planet, she empowers the Latinx community and champions for human rights.
Touted as one of the top Latina guitar players in the world, Eljuri celebrates ‘Reflexión’, her fifth studio album and will be touring with her power trio in support of the release throughout 2022 and 2023 in the US, Mexico and the Netherlands.
Chrissie Límos 4:00 – 4:45pm
Filipino American artist Chrissie Límos has unprecedented range and power when it comes to her vocal delivery. From soul to pop, you can feel the raw energy, strength and peace that Límos has and wants you to walk away with.
To donate to Riverside Park Programming, or to volunteer please call 212.870.3079.Summer on the Hudson programming is free to the public. Seating is limited, unreserved, and available on a first-come, first-served basis beginning 1-2 hours before the event. If there is heavy rain at the time of the event, the event will be cancelled. No rain dates are scheduled. If attendance reaches maximum capacity management reserves the right to close participation.