Join us on Friends Field for a voyage to East Asia and around the globe as multi-instrumentalist Elena Moon Park and guests perform reimagined children’s music, folk songs, and original tunes in a variety of languages. Expect to sing, dance, and clap along to northern Japanese sea shanties, Tibetan jump rope rhymes, Taiwanese train songs, lullabies in English, and many other unique songs.
Elena Moon Park, vocals, jarana, violin
Akiko Hiroshima, vocals
John Foti, accordion, vocals
Yoshi Waki, upright bass
Nicole Patrick, drums
Elena Moon Park is a musician and cultural arts producer living in Brooklyn, NY. She collaborates with all kinds of artists & performs around NYC and the globe, specializing in music for all-ages audiences and featuring reimagined folk and children’s music from East and Southeast Asia. She is also a co-director of the Brooklyn-based arts organization Found Sound Nation, which uses collaborative music creation to connect people across cultural divides, including the global music exchange program OneBeat, bringing together artists from around the globe for the co-creation of original works and the incubation of civically-engaged music and art projects.
We are gearing up for our summer season and will be serving up some of our favorite treats along with new menu items to try for this performance from 1:00pm-4:30pm. Bring an appetite and share your thoughts with us on what you try!
MAINS & SIDES
Fire Grilled Burger (also available as a kids meal)
Creole Spiced Chicken Sandwich
Chicken Fingers Kids Meal
Summer Blossom Bowl (vegan option)
Hand Squeezed Lemonade
Freshly Brewed Mint Iced Tea
Spare Tonics and La Croix Sparkling Water
Cutwater Spirits Canned Cocktails
Captain Lawrence, Soul Brewery, and Sloop Canned Beer Varietals
Hudson North Cider
Health & Safety
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