When the summer heat’s got you down and you need a daycation, Reston Limousine’s got a cool solution: Our comfortable, air-conditioned bus that will take you out of town and to New York City on Sunday, June 26!
Want ideas for how to cool down in Chinatown? Click here for a list from the Chinatown Partnership, which includes insider tips to some of the best drinks and food establishments Chinatown has to offer.
Or travel on to our next stop at Times Square, where you can catch the world famous Harlem Gospel Choir, performing at B.B. King. The Sunday Gospel Brunch features an an all-you-can-eat soul food buffet that is continuously refilled! For more information about the brunch, visit www.timessquarenyc.org.
At our third stop at Central Park, you can catch free international music performances starting at 3 p.m. as part of Central Park’s SummerStage program.
Here’s more from the World Music Central website:
Renowned for his talent and ability to bring to life the energy of South African music, trumpeter Hugh Masekela has collaborated with numerous artists internationally and also co-created the Broadway smash musical, Sarafina.
Freshlyground is the musical voice of a nationâ€™s adolescent democracy. The diverse backgrounds of seven members from the different ethnicities of South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe means they weave musical magic that is highly infectious and undeniably groovy. With four celebrated albums, an MTV Award and a collaboration with Shakira in the 2010 World Cup song, “Waka Waka- This Time For Africa,â€ Freshlyground has established their place on the international music map.
Often compared to famed chanteuses Sarah Vaughan and Miriam Makeba, Ugandan vocalist Somi blends African & jazz inspired rhythms into a unique global sound. Singing in English and three east African languages, Somiâ€™s vocal delivery is subtle, yet the power she exerts is enormous.