LOOK at these September and October photos by Lis Tyroler Photography.
They’re snapshots of pure JOY at the second half of our 2021 PLAYlist Concert Series, presented in partnership with WNCU 90.7.
If you attended one, two, three or all four concerts (Al Strong-July 2, Vanessa Ferguson-August 6, September: A Tribute to Earth, Wind and Fire-September 3 and Soul Understated ft. Mavis Swan Pool-October 1)
please take a few moments to complete out our new 2021 Audience Survey or click the pop up,
so we can learn what you like and what we can do better. Durham Magazine readers named Durham Central Park a 2021 Best Venue for Live music (large venue) in their annual Best Of Survey but we want to hear from you now that this season is a wrap.
Offering free, welcoming and inclusive programming is integral to Durham Central Park’s mission
of Providing Space for Community
. In addition to PLAYlist, our programming includes the Children’s Independence Day Parade and the annual Iron Pour.
Over the past 21 years, DCP has become a unique activity hub downtown. It’s a beloved community gathering space and some see it as a “sacred” place in the heart of Durham. Why? Because Durham residents and businesses have made an investment in creating, building and sustaining this wonderful urban oasis. None of this would be happening today without supporters like you.
As the non-profit that manages and programs the park, DCP, Inc. relies on your financial support. If you love our free programming or just the feeling that you get when visiting the park, please make a secure one time or sustaining donation at durhamcentralpark.org/donate.
Or, mail a check to: Durham Central Park, PO Box 1526, Durham NC 27702