A Summer Night






A Summer Night returns in  2024 with an open-air performance by co-headliners Julie Byrne and Mary Lattimore. Gather your friends and family for an unforgettable evening of music amidst art in the landscape at Storm King Art Center.

Saturday, June 29
5PM – 9PM
7PM Performances by Julie Byrne and Mary Lattimore

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Pre-Show Dinner with Fancy Feast Supper Club

Saturday, June 29
4PM – 7PM

Support Storm King Art Center and enjoy a fabulous meal and intimate dining experience on Museum Hill overlooking the South Fields before the performance.

Fancy Feast Supper Club is a creative dinner series organized by artist, chef, and homesteader Leah Guadagnoli. She brings people together through homegrown, globally inspired vegetarian meals prepared from her garden with passion, love, and a genuine curiosity for the overlapping flavors and techniques our expansive universe has to offer.

Space is limited to 65 guests

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General Admission Tickets

Join us for the live performances and after-hours access to Storm King.

Tickets on sale April 17

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Sponsorships include tickets to the pre-show dinner, concert, recognition, premium parking with golf cart service to the dinner location, and more.

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About Julie Byrne 

For nearly a decade, American songwriter Julie Byrne has moved through the world as a characteristically private artist largely outside the public eye. Raised in western New York State, now living in New York City, she has counted many places as home since committing her life to her work. In the folk lineage of the wanderer, Byrne’s poetic, evocative songcraft pulls imagery from the road and takes its shape from the evolving impressions of friendship, love, and loss. She taught herself guitar after picking it up when her father became ill and could no longer play the instrument himself. She has stocked shelves in supermarkets and moonlit as a seasonal urban park ranger in Manhattan. As a performer, she carries an aura of warmth and vulnerability, an innate musicality connected to the natural world; there is real gravity in her ability to make that a shared feeling. And just as gracefully, she can recede from view; it’s been six years since her acclaimed breakthrough, Not Even Happiness. In 2023, Byrne emerges from a deeply trying and generative period with the most powerful, lustrous, and life-affirming music of her career, The Greater Wings.

About Mary Lattimore

Memories, scenes, and split-second impressions have long filled Lattimore’s musical universe. As one of today’s preeminent instrumental storytellers, she has “the uncanny ability to pluck a string in a way that will instantly make someone remember the taste of their fifth birthday cake,” writes Pitchfork’s Jemima Skala. Lattimore’s impulse to record life as it happens matches her drive to travel and perform, as profiled by Grayson Haver Currin for The New York Times: “Lattimore recognized that being in motion shook loose strands of inspiration, moods she wanted to express with melody. She needed, then, to remain on the go.” That sense of fluidity has also made her a prolific collaborator outside of solo work. 2020’s Silver Ladders, recorded with Slowdive’s Neil Halstead, opened the door for Lattimore to widen the vision of her primary project as well, and its proper follow-up is the natural next scale. “All of these people I asked to contribute have deeply affected and inspired my life.”