April 14, 2008 17:03

Vampire Weekend, Crosby, Stills And Nash for Central Park

Duran Duran also play Summerstage this year

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Vampire Weekend, Crosby, Stills And Nash and Duran Duran are among the acts playing Central Park Summerstage this year, it has emerged.

Vampire Weekend will perform on June 14, while Crosby, Stills And Nash will play on July 29.

Duran Duran have two nights scheduled at the end of May, reports Brooklyn Vegan.

Summerstage is an outdoor setting in New York City's Central Park, with a variety of free and ticketed events each summer.

Past performers at Summerstage have included Arctic Monkeys, Television and Sloan.

The line-up so far is:

Vienna Teng (May 20)
Duran Duran (30, 31)
Mavis Staples And Stephanie McKay (June 13)
Vampire Weekend (14)
Kokayi, JLove Calderon, La Bruja, Lemon, Will Power (21)
Vieux Farka Toure (28)
Mark Knopfler (July 23)
The Skatalites (27)
Crosby, Stills And Nash (29)
Thollem (SmhSmh) And Germaul Barnes (BitahkizAyeli Movement And Sound) (August 2)
José James (3)
Sonny Rollins (6)


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