The David Rubenstein Atrium (Lincoln Center Atrium) is Lincoln Center’s main ticket office. It also has a TKTS ticket office for Broadway and dance events.
The Atrium presents free concerts and dance parties most Thursdays and Fridays, across the street from the Lincoln Center campus.
- Thursday shows are more musical.
- Friday ¡Vaya! shows are Latin dance parties.
- Saturday shows are more family-oriented.
Events are free, first-come, first-serve. Go at least an hour early.
Latin Culture at the David Rubenstein Atrium
David Rubenstein Atrium News
Mexican Holiday Musical Theatre
Jaime Lozano’s “Navidad en Familia” is a concert of Holiday stories and songs about pursuing the American Dream; in the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center; on Thursday, December 14, 2023 at 7:30pm. FREE. lincolncenter.org 🇲🇽
Colombian Salsa Dura
Colombian House DJ
Colombian DJ Hovy plays Latin-influenced house for dancing, in the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center; on Thursday, December 21, 2023 at 7:30pm. FREE. lincolncenter.org 🇨🇴
David Rubenstein Atrium Tickets
There are no tickets. Shows are free, but entry is first-come, first-serve, so go an hour or two early.
David Rubenstein Atrium
61 West 62nd St
(at Columbus Ave)
Lincoln Center, Manhattan
(1)(2) to Lincoln Center
(1)(2) to 59th St – Columbus Circle
(A)(C)(B)(D) to 59th St – Columbus Circle
- Aurelio Martínez, Honduran Garifuna folk jazz 🇭🇳
- Boukman Eksperyans, Haitian folk rock. 🇭🇹
- Bulla en el Barrio, Colombian bullerengue (cumbia). 🇨🇴
- Dayramir Gonzalez, Cuban jazz pianist. 🇨🇺
- La Excelencia, Colombian salsa dura. 🇨🇴
- Eddie Palmieri, New York Puerto Rican jazz and salsa legend. 🇵🇷
- Edmar Castañeda, Colombian folk harp. 🇨🇴
- Forro in the Dark, Brazilian forro fusion. 🇧🇷
- Gerardo Contino y Los Habaneros, Cuban timba and jazz. 🇨🇺
- Gregorio Uribe Colombian cumbia, vallenato, and jazz. 🇨🇴
- Holman Trio, Chilean rock. 🇨🇱
- Olga Cerpa y Mestisay, Canary Island folk rock. 🇮🇨 🇪🇸
- Pedrito Martinez, Cuban rumba and timba. 🇨🇺
- Tulipa Ruiz, Brazilian MPB. 🇧🇷
The David Rubenstein Atrium is named after The Carlyle Group private equity firm co-founder. He is the chairman of Washington D.C.’s Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and other cultural institutions.