Flushing Town Hall is the cultural center of Flushing, Queens. It’s one of the New York City theaters that really represents everybody. Whoever you are, wherever you, your parents, or grandparents are from, you will almost certainly find a little bit of yourself at the Flushing Town Hall.
Flushing Town Hall News
The 11th New York Son Jarocho Festival is at Flushing Town Hall in Flushing, Queens Wed-Sat, Nov 17-20. flushingtownhall.org 🇲🇽
Argelia Arreola: Acusticcorporal dances Son Jarocho at Flushing Town Hall in Flushing, Queens on Fri, Nov 19 at 7pm. Free with RSVP. flushingtownhall.org 🇲🇽
Son Jarocho Festival Performances are at Flushing Town Hall in Flushing, Queens on Sat, Nov 20 from 1-4pm. $15. flushingtownhall.org 🇲🇽
Dance the Fandango at Flushing Town Hall in Flushing, Queens on Sat, Nov 20 from 5-7pm. $15. flushingtownhall.org 🇲🇽
Lorin Sklamberg and Sofia Rei give a Mini Global Mashup Yiddish Meets Argentina concert at Flushing Town Hall in Flushing, Queens on Sun, Nov 21 at 1pm. $15. 🇺🇸🇦🇷
Previously at Flushing Town Hall
Julia del Palacio dances Son Jarocho at Flushing Town Hall in Flushing, Queens on Thu, Oct 28 at 7pm. $15. flushingtownhall.org 🇲🇽
Dayramir Gonzalez & Habana enTRANCé play Cuban Jazz on Sat, Oct 23 at 7pm. $20. 🇨🇺
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These are the kinds of Latin artists that Flushing Town Hall presents.
Pistolera, Mexican-American Latin Alternative, February 14, 2020
Bella Vista Project, Colombian-American dance, October 3, 2012
Flushing Town Hall was built in 1862. The area is the land of New York’s Indigenous Matinecock People. The curators present the jazz history of Queens and the area’s current communities from China, Korea, Latin America and South Asia. There are many Asians in Latin America.
The Hall has a 308-seat theatre, gallery and garden.