Washington Square Park moonlit singalong
Most nights, if it's not too cold, and not raining, from about 8pm to 11pm — sometimes earlier, sometimes later — you'll hear harmonies flowing out from under the large trees around the fountain in the middle of Washington Square Park.
A mix of regulars, irregulars, and some who are just there by serendipity, people gather around whoever brought instruments and sing old favorite songs together until it's time to go home. Usually it's guitar music from the '60s and '70s, but with the right crowd it can go anywhere. Everyone's welcome, and you don't have to sing well. You don't even have to sing at all if you don't want to.
The closest subway stations are West 4th St and 8th St–NYU.
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