What do I need to enter a NYC Homecoming Week Concert or Film Screening?

1) Bring your ticket as a scannable digital ticket on your phone or a printed copy.  

2) Each person age 12 or older must bring proof of vaccination that shows you have had at least one dose of a Food and Drug Administration or World Health Organization approved COVID-19 vaccine. These are Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca/Oxford, Sinopharm or Sinovac*.

All attendees who are over the age of 12 can present proof of vaccination by showing their:
         • CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Card;
          • A photo (digital or printout) of their CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card;
          • New York City COVID SAFE App; or
          • New York State Excelsior Pass. (Note: You do not have to be a New York State resident to obtain an Excelsior Pass, however, you                must be fully vaccinated to use the pass. Examples: Second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, the single dose of the                Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.)

Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a vaccinated adult who must present proof of at least one dose of a Food and Drug Administration or World Health Organization approved COVID-19 vaccine. These are Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca/Oxford, Sinopharm or Sinovac*.

Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
         • WE LOVE NYC: The Homecoming Concert (Great Lawn in Central Park): Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must present proof               of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours prior to entrance.
         • It’s Time for Hip Hop in NYC Concert Series (Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens or Staten Island): Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12               must present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours or take a rapid test prior to              entrance, and that test must be negative.
         • Free Outdoor Screenings with Rooftop Films (Bronx, Staten Island, Manhattan, Brooklyn, or Queens): Unvaccinated minors under the               age of 12 must present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours or take a rapid test               prior to entrance, and that test must be negative.

Face coverings are required for unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 and who are over age two and medically able to tolerate a face-covering.

An attendee who is not able to get vaccinated because of a disability will be required to:
         • Sign an attestation to that effect to enter the concert. All attestations are subject to verification and anyone found to have               intentionally provided false information may be subject to a criminal misdemeanor violation that may result in penalties. Due to               congestion at entry points, staff will bring those signing an attestation to a nearby area to sign and escort them back to line.
         • Present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours prior to the event. To find a testing               site near you, visit https://nyc.gov/covidtest or text "COVID TEST'' to 855-48.
         • If medically able to tolerate a face-covering, wear a mask for the entire duration of the event.

3) Proof of identification:  All attendees are required to present a valid government-issued photo ID, such as a drivers’ license, passport, or IDNYC that matches the name on the COVID proof of vaccination with a signature that matches your COVID-19 vaccine proof or signature on the attestation.

4) Do not bring any prohibited items.

Do I need to be vaccinated?

In accordance with City of New York requirements,  all attendees who are age 12 or over must present proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter an NYC Homecoming Week Concert or Film Screening. Proof of vaccination includes at least one dose of a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or World Health Organization (WHO) approved COVID-19 vaccine. These are: Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca/Oxford, Sinopharm or Sinovac*.

Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a vaccinated adult who must present proof of at least one dose of a Food and Drug Administration or World Health Organization approved COVID-19 vaccine. These are Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca/Oxford, Sinopharm or Sinovac*.

Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
          • WE LOVE NYC: The Homecoming Concert (Great Lawn in Central Park):  Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must present proof               of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours prior to entrance.
          • It’s Time for Hip Hop in NYC Concert Series (Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens or Staten Island):  Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12               must present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours or take a rapid test prior to               entrance, and that test must be negative. 
          • Free Outdoor Screenings with Rooftop Films (Bronx, Staten Island, Manhattan, Brooklyn, or Queens): Unvaccinated minors under the               age of 12 must present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours or take a rapid test              prior to entrance, and that test must be negative.
          • To find a testing site near you, visit https://nyc.gov/covidtest or text "COVID TEST" to 855-48.

Face coverings are required for unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 and who are over age two and medically able to tolerate a face-covering

* These are the trade names for the acceptable vaccines, but an official immunization record may use the manufacturer or another alternate name. The full list of vaccines and their potential alternate names is below:
          • Pfizer
                     ○ Potential alternate names: Pfizer BioNTech; COMIRNATY
          • Moderna
                     ○ Potential alternate names: Pfizer BioNTech; COMIRNATY
          • Johnson & Johnson/Janssen
                     ○ Potential alternate names: Janssen-Cilag International N.V
          • AstraZeneca
                     ○ Potential alternate names: Serum Institute of India; AstraZeneca /SK Bioscience; COVISHIELD; AstraZeneca AB; Vaxzevria
          • Sinopharm
                     ○ Potential alternate names: Beijing Bio-Institute of Biological Products (BIBP)
          • Sinovac
                     ○ Potential alternate names: Sinovac Life Sciences Co., Ltd.; CoronaVac 

If you received the vaccine outside the U.S., you must have an official immunization record that includes: 
          • First name and last name
          • Date of birth
          • Vaccine product name (for example, Moderna)
          • Lot number
                     ○ Note: A lot number may not be included on all official records
          • Date(s) administered
          • Site where the vaccine was administered or name of the person who administered it


Persons who are unable to get vaccinated because of a disability will be provided reasonable accommodation.

An attendee who is not able to get vaccinated because of a disability will be required to:
          • Sign an attestation to that effect to enter the concert
          • Present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours prior to the event
                     ○ To find a testing site near you, visit https://nyc.gov/covidtest or text "COVID TEST" to 855-48.
          • If medically able to tolerate a face-covering, wear a mask for the entire duration of the event.

All attendees are required to present a valid government-issued photo ID such as a drivers’ license, passport, or IDNYC that matches the name on the attestation. Due to congestion at entry points, staff will bring those signing an attestation to a nearby area to sign and escort them back to line.

All attestations are subject to verification and anyone found to have intentionally provided false information may be subject to a criminal misdemeanor violation that may result in penalties.

What is accepted as proof of vaccination to enter?

People subject to the vaccination requirement (see below for information about people under 12 and people with disabilities who are unable to get vaccinated) must show proof of at least one dose of a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or World Health Organization (WHO) approved COVID-19 vaccine. These are Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, or AstraZeneca/Oxford, Sinopharm or Sinovac*.

Attendees can present proof of vaccination by showing their:
         • CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Card; or a photo (digital or printout) of their CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card;
          • Official immunization record;
          • New York City COVID SAFE App (Android | iOS); or
          • New York State Excelsior Pass. (Note: You do not have to be a New York State resident to obtain an Excelsior Pass, however, you must               be fully vaccinated to use the pass. Examples: Second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, the single dose of the Johnson               & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.)

All attendees are required to present a valid government-issued photo ID such as a drivers’ license, passport, or IDNYC that matches the name on the COVID proof

Make an appointment for your vaccine today, or visit a vaccination site near you: https://vaccinefinder.nyc.gov/ or call 877-VAX-4NYC (877-829-469

* These are the trade names for the acceptable vaccines, but an official immunization record may use the manufacturer or another alternate name. The full list of vaccines and their potential alternate names is below:
          • Pfizer
                     ○ Potential alternate names: Pfizer BioNTech; COMIRNATY
          • Moderna
                     ○ Potential alternate names: Pfizer BioNTech; COMIRNATY
          • Johnson & Johnson/Janssen
                     ○ Potential alternate names: Janssen-Cilag International N.V
          • AstraZeneca
                     ○ Potential alternate names: Serum Institute of India; AstraZeneca /SK Bioscience; COVISHIELD; AstraZeneca AB; Vaxzevria
          • Sinopharm
                     ○ Potential alternate names: Beijing Bio-Institute of Biological Products (BIBP)
          • Sinovac
                     ○ Potential alternate names: Sinovac Life Sciences Co., Ltd.; CoronaVac 

Will proof of a negative COVID test be accepted in place of proof of vaccination?

Proof of testing will not be accepted in place of proof of vaccination, unless you are an unvaccinated minor under the age of 12 or you are unable to get vaccinated because of a disability.

Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a vaccinated adult who must present proof of at least one dose of a Food and Drug Administration or World Health Organization approved COVID-19 vaccine. These are Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca/Oxford, Sinopharm or Sinovac

Proof of negative COVID-19 test is required.
          • WE LOVE NYC: The Homecoming Concert (Great Lawn in Central Park): Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must present proof               of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours prior to entrance
         • It’s Time for Hip Hop in NYC Concert Series (Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens or Staten Island): Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12               must present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours or take a rapid test prior to               entrance, and that test must be negative.
         • Free Outdoor Screenings with Rooftop Films (Bronx, Staten Island, Manhattan, Brooklyn, or Queens): Unvaccinated minors under the               age of 12 must present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours or take a rapid test               prior to entrance, and that test must be negative.

An attendee who is not able to get vaccinated because of a disability will be required to:
         • Sign an attestation to that effect to enter the event
         • Present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours prior to the event
                       ○To find a testing site near you, visit https://nyc.gov/covidtest or text "COVID TEST" to 855-48.
          • If medically able to tolerate a face-covering, wear a mask for the entire duration of the event.
          • Present a valid government-issued photo ID such as a drivers’ license, passport, or IDNYC that matches the name on the attestation

All attestations are subject to verification and anyone found to have intentionally provided false information may be subject to a criminal misdemeanor violation that may result in penalties.

Due to congestion at entry points, staff will bring those signing an attestation to a nearby area to sign and escort them back to line

What if I am unable to get vaccinated because of a disability?

Persons who are unable to get vaccinated because of a disability will be provided reasonable accommodation if they:
         • Sign an attestation to that effect to enter the concert AND
         • Present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours prior to the event AND
         • Present a valid government-issued photo ID, such as license, passport, or IDNYC, that matches the name on the attestation
         • If medically able to tolerate a face-covering, wear a mask for the entire duration of the event

To find a testing site near you, visit https://nyc.gov/covidtest or text "COVID TEST" to 855-48.

All attestations are subject to verification and anyone found to have intentionally provided false information may be subject to a criminal misdemeanor violation that may result in penalties.

For unvaccinated children under 12, will proof of a negative COVID test be accepted in place of proof of vaccination?

         • Proof of testing will not be accepted in place of proof of vaccination, unless you are an unvaccinated minor under the age of 12 or you               are unable to get vaccinated because of a disability.
         • Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a vaccinated adult who must present proof of at least one dose of a               Food and Drug Administration or World Health Organization approved COVID-19 vaccine. These are Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson &              Johnson, AstraZeneca/Oxford, Sinopharm or Sinovac.

             Proof of negative COVID-19 test is required.
                      • WE LOVE NYC: The Homecoming Concert (Great Lawn in Central Park): Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must present                            proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours prior to entrance.
                      • It’s Time for Hip Hop in NYC Concert Series (Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens or Staten Island): Unvaccinated minors under the age of                            12 must present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours or take a rapid test                            prior to entrance, and that test must be negative.
                      • Free Outdoor Screenings with Rooftop Films (Bronx, Staten Island, Manhattan, Brooklyn, or Queens): Unvaccinated minors                            under the  age of 12 must present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours or                            take a rapid test  prior to entrance, and that test must be negative.

To find a testing site near you, visit https://nyc.gov/covidtest or text "COVID TEST" to 855-48.

As a reminder, face coverings are required for unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 and who are over age two and medically able to tolerate a face-covering. Masks must be worn in any indoor setting at the event (e.g. in onsite restrooms) by all individuals who are over age two and medically able to tolerate a face-covering.

For people who are unable to get vaccinated because of a disability, what is needed to show proof of a negative COVID test in place of proof of vaccination?

An adult who has been given reasonable accommodation because of a disability that makes them unable to get vaccinated and who meets the conditions for the accommodation (proof of a negative COVID PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to the event, and wearing a facial covering).

To find a testing site near you, visit https://nyc.gov/covidtest or text "COVID TEST" to 855-48

As a reminder, masks must be worn in any indoor settings at the event (e.g. in onsite restrooms) by all individuals who are over age two and medically able to tolerate a face-covering. 

Will I need to wear a face covering or mask at the event?

Face coverings are required for unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 and who are over age two and medically able to tolerate a face-covering.

Masks must be worn by all attendees in any indoor settings at the event (e.g. in onsite restrooms) by all individuals who are over age two and medically able to tolerate a face-covering.

Help. I lost my vaccine card? What should I do?

You can present other proof of vaccination by showing:
                 • A photo (digital or printout) of their CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card;
                 • Official immunization record
                 • New York City COVID SAFE App Android | iOS; or
                 • New York State Excelsior Pass. (Note: You do not have to be a New York State resident to obtain an Excelsior Pass, however, you                      must be fully vaccinated to use the pass. Examples: Second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, the single dose of the                     Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.)

Help. I bought a ticket and I tested positive for COVID at the 72 hour pre-test. Can I get a refund? 

Yes, please contact Ticketmaster for more information. You may be required to provide proof of a positive Covid test. The City of New York has no ability to issue refunds for purchased tickets.

Will social distancing be encouraged or enforced at the events?

Given the outdoor setting and vaccination requirement, social distancing will be encouraged at the concerts and film screenings. 

Where can I get a COVID-19 vaccination?

Make an appointment for your vaccine today, or visit a vaccination site near you: https://vaccinefinder.nyc.gov/ or call 877-VAX-4NYC (877-829-4692).

If I have a medical emergency, where should I go?

First Aid locations will be accessible in multiple areas. Professional medical staff can help you with your medical needs at these locations.

Ticketing

Are tickets required?

Tickets are required to attend all NYC Homecoming Week concerts and film screenings. 

Are tickets free?

Tickets to all NYC Homecoming Week concerts and film screenings are free with the exception of the VIP tickets being sold for WE LOVE NYC: The Homecoming Concert at the Great Lawn on August 21.

What items are prohibited?

Guests and their belongings are subject to search upon entry. You can help keep the lines moving quickly by leaving large bags at home.

The following items are NOT ALLOWED:
                 • Alcohol
                 • Audio recording devices
                 • BackpacksBicycles or scooters
                 • Blankets
                 • CamelBak backpacks
                 • Chains or chain wallets
                 • Cameras larger than point-and-shoot (if you can remove the lens, don’t bring it)
                 • Chairs
                 • Coolers
                 • Drones
                 • Fireworks
                 • Flags
                 • Frisbees
                 • Glass or metal containers (including reusable water bottles such as Swells)
                 • Illegal drugs or paraphernalia
                 • Laser pens or similar focused light
                 • Lighters
                 • Musical instruments
                 • Single use water bottles
                 • Pets or animals (excluding service animals)
                 • Selfie sticks
                 • Skateboards
                 • Vapes, cigarettes, or smoking devices
                 •Sports balls
                 •Tents
                 •Tripods
                 •Umbrellas
                 •Unlicensed vending of any kind
                 •Weapons
                 •Video recording equipment
                 •Water squirt guns

View the full bag policy above.

Prohibited items will be confiscated and will not be held for later pickup. Prescription medication must have the name that matches your ID printed on the packaging, and our medical team will clear it at the entry gate.

Can I bring a water bottle?

Yes, you can bring in an empty, hard-sided, reusable water bottle like a Nalgene bottle or similar. You’ll be able to refill it at free water stations throughout the event. Single use / store bought bottles of water will have their caps removed and discarded and will be emptied at the gates. Metal water bottles, such as Swells or hydroflasks, and glass bottles are not allowed and will be confiscated. Drinks are also available for purchase and will have their caps removed.

Can I bring a chair?

Chairs are prohibited items and will not be allowed into the venue. If you require seating due to a disability, please contact homecomingweek@covidrecovery.nyc.gov by August 14th, 2021 at 4:00 PM. Blankets are prohibited, but small towels will be allowed entry should you want to use that to sit on.

Is there special effect lighting at the concert?

The concerts will have some element of strobe light or lasers. If you have a condition that would be impacted by such effects, please attend only with caution.

Will there be accessible restrooms?

All homecoming events will have accessible restrooms available.

I reserved my ticket but do not have it yet. When will I receive it?

If you reserved free tickets for an It’s Time for Hip Hop in NYC concert, your tickets will be delivered to your inbox 48 hours in advance of the concert

Can I return or exchange my ticket? 

No ticket refunds or exchanges will be issued. 

Tickets will not be honored if you are unable to provide proper proof of vaccination at the time of the event or have not attested that you are unable to get vaccinated because of a medical exemption.

Is re-entry allowed?

No. Tickets will only scan one time. If you would like to leave the show early, there will be no reentry. If the show is evacuated due to inclement weather, the show is officially over and there will be no reentry.

Do children and babies need tickets?

All guests, regardless of age, require a ticket. If you do not have a ticket, you will not be granted entrance into the event.

Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a vaccinated adult who must present proof of at least one dose of a Food and Drug Administration or World Health Organization approved COVID-19 vaccine. These are Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca/Oxford, Sinopharm or Sinovac.

Proof of negative COVID-19 test is required.
                 • WE LOVE NYC: The Homecoming Concert (Great Lawn in Central Park):  Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must present                      proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours prior to entrance. 
                 • It’s Time for Hip Hop in NYC Concert Series (Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens or Staten Island): Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12                      must present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours or take a rapid test prior to                      entrance, and that test must be negative.

Face coverings are required for unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 and who are over age two and medically able to tolerate a face-covering.

Are children under 18 permitted to the event?

Guests under 18 are permitted, so long as they have a ticket and are accompanied by a ticketed adult.

In accordance with City of New York requirements, all attendees who are age 12 or over must present proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter an NYC Homecoming Week Concert or Film Screening. 

Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a vaccinated adult who must present proof of at least one dose of a Food and Drug Administration or World Health Organization approved COVID-19 vaccine. These are Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca/Oxford, Sinopharm or Sinovac.

Proof of negative COVID-19 test is required.
                 • WE LOVE NYC: The Homecoming Concert (Great Lawn in Central Park):  Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 must present                      proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours prior to entrance. 
                 • It’s Time for Hip Hop in NYC Concert Series (Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens or Staten Island): Unvaccinated minors under the age of 12                      must present proof of a negative COVID PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test taken within 72 hours or take a rapid test prior to                      entrance, and that test must be negative.

Face coverings are required for unvaccinated minors under the age of 12 and who are over age two and medically able to tolerate a face-covering.

Can I give my ticket to someone else, or sell it?

If your tickets are on the artist’s guest list, only the person whose name is on the guest list may attend.

If your tickets are from Ticketmaster or Tixr, you can transfer your tickets according to their Terms and Conditions.

VIP tickets to WE LOVE NYC: The Homecoming Concert can be purchased or sold on Ticketmaster, the official ticketing website for the concert. 

General Admission tickets to WE LOVE NYC: The Homecoming Concert are free and were always intended to be free.  Anyone selling free tickets is violating the spirit of this historic concert and NYC Homecoming Week. 

If you are unable to attend for any reason, please let us know as soon as possible by emailing us at HomeComingWeek@covidrecovery.nyc.gov.

Both of my tickets have my name on them. Is that ok?

Yes, your guest will still be able to get into the event if your name is on their ticket and they arrive with you.

Do I need to print my tickets?

You may present your ticket in digital or printed format.

Food and Beverage

Can I bring my own Food and Beverage?

No outside food or beverage (water, alcohol, or other) will be allowed to enter.

Will Food and Beverage be available?

Concession food and non-alcoholic beverage options will be available for purchase.

Will free water be available?

Water bottle filling stations will be available free of charge. Please note the prohibited items listed above on acceptable bottles.

“WE LOVE NYC: The Homecoming Concert” - What You Need to Know

When do gates open?

Gates will open at 3:00 PM.

When does the concert start and end?

The concert will start at 5:00 PM and end at 9:30 PM.

Where do I enter the Great Lawn in Central Park?

Water bottle filling stations will be available free of charge. Please note the prohibited items listed above on acceptable bottles.

Please enter Central Park at the designated entry point noted on your ticket. Entry points are located between 72nd Street and the 86th Street Traverse.

         • West Side
                       ○ VIP 1: West 85th Street and Central Park West
                       ○ VIP: West 81st Street and Central Park West
                       ○ GA: West 72nd Street and Central Park West

         • East Side
                       ○ ADA: East 84th Street and 5th Ave
                       ○ GA: East 72nd Street and 5th Ave

What public transportation can I take to Central Park?

For West Gate entry tickets, you can take the A, D, or 1 train to 59th Street-Columbus Circle and walk to the 72nd Street entrance of the park. You can also take the B or C train to the 72nd Street station.

If you have VIP tickets, please take the B or C train and exit at the 81st Street station.

For East Gate entry tickets, you can take the 4 or 6 train to 68th Street-Hunter College, 77th Street, or 86th Street, and walk to the 72nd Street entrance.

You could also take advantage of New York City’s extensive bike share network, and save the environment at the same time.

If you plan to be dropped off in a car, the East ticket line begins at East 72nd and 5th Ave and the West ticket line forms at West 72nd and Central Park West.

Is there parking available?

There will be no designated parking at the venue.

Help. I purchased a regular VIP ticket but need seating accommodation for ADA. What should I do?

To access any ADA Accessible Viewing Areas, including reserving a wheelchair accessible space, or requesting any other accommodation, please contact homecomingweek@covidrecovery.nyc.gov by August 18th, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

Can I buy tickets from Craigslist, Stubhub or other broker sites?

VIP tickets to WE LOVE NYC: The Homecoming Concert can be purchased or sold on Ticketmaster, the official ticketing website for the concert.

General Admission tickets to WE LOVE NYC: The Homecoming Concert are free and were always intended to be free.  Anyone selling free tickets is violating the spirit of this historic concert and NYC Homecoming Week.

Still have questions? Email us at homecomingweek@covidrecovery.nyc.gov