Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center

10 Lincoln Center Plaza,
New York, NY

Upcoming Events

Feb 11 - 16
Mahler Symphony No. 6
4 dates
Feb 18 - 23
New York Philharmonic - Bronfman Performs Liszt
4 dates
Feb 21 - 22
The Secret Garden New York
2 dates
Feb 25 - Mar 1
New York Philharmonic - Dvorak and Bartok
4 dates
Feb 28 - 29
New York Philharmonic - Very Young Peoples Concerts
3 dates
Mar 3 - 8
New York Philharmonic - A German Requiem
4 dates
Mar 10 - 12
New York Philharmonic Salonen and Messiaen
3 dates
Mar 17 - 19
New York Philharmonic - Gilbert and Kavakos
3 dates
Mar 30 - Apr 5
New York Philharmonic - Tovey, Yang and Falla
5 dates
Apr 7 - 12
New York Philharmonic - Beethoven and Strauss
4 dates
Apr 14 - 19
New York Philharmonic - Mahler Symphony No 9
4 dates
Apr 20 - 22
New York Philharmonic - Gilbert, Sieblius and Mahler
3 dates
Apr 27 - 30
New York Philharmonic - Brahms and World Premiere
4 dates
May 12 - 14
New York Philharmonic - Owens, Mahler and Sibelius
3 dates
May 14
74 locations
May 24
79 locations
May 26 - 28
New York Philharmonic - Holst's The Planets
4 dates
Jun 2 - 4
New York Philharmonic - Vivaldi The Four Seasons
3 dates


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About Lincoln Center

In the United States, cultural institutions dot the landscape, but it is unusual for several to be grouped together in one general area. It is for this reason that New York City’s Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is as rare as finding a chest of glittering gems in one’s own home. More

Due to the abundance of popular schools and theatres, it is often difficult to find Lincoln Center parking spaces unless they are booked ahead of time.

The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts is a collection of several well-known American cultural institutions, all located in a dense complex in the Lincoln Square neighborhood of Manhattan, in New York City. Some of the member organizations are rather well-known, including the Metropolitan Opera House, the New York Philharmonic (at Avery Fisher Hall), the Juilliard School and the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. The aforementioned organizations are only a fraction of the large number of institutions that make their home within the 16.3 acre confines of the Lincoln Center.

While one would assume that the name “Lincoln Center” was in honor of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln, it was rather named after Lincoln Square. The origin of Lincoln Square’s name is somewhat cloudy, but it is generally assumed to be named for Abraham Lincoln. This is despite the irony of Union Civil War General George McClellan’s son being the mayor of New York City at the time of the naming. The complex got its start under the auspices of the urban renewal of Lincoln Square, with funding provided by the Rockefeller family.

The first organization that moved to Lincoln Square was the Fordham University Law School in 1962, which was soon followed by Avery Fisher Hall, the New York State Theater (now David H. Koch Theater) and the Metropolitan Opera House. The other institutions followed soon after, with 11 organizations based in the complex, as well as facilities for 29 in total. Planning ahead for concerts is always a smart move, especially when it comes to venues like the Metropolitan Opera, so it’s always smart to book a Lincoln Center parking spot in advance with ParkWhiz.

ParkWhiz makes it easy to find Lincoln Center parking; select the day and time that you need parking for the Lincoln Center, print out your Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts parking pass (or use your mobile pass) and enjoy the concert!

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