Bryant Park


Last Chance to Snag Barefoot Ball Tickets

Spend tomorrow night on the Lawn enjoying an open bar and dancing to DJ Grandmaster Flash and Hannah Bronfman at Barefoot Ball.

Angelito Jusay

Barefoot Ball at Bryant Park is tomorrow night, and if you’ve put off your decision on whether or not to go, you’re in luck because there are still some tickets available. 

Barefoot Ball, supported by WeWork and Essentia Water, invites one and all to come to the park, kick off their shoes, and dance the night away to beats provided by DJ Grandmaster Flash and Hannah Bronfman. There’s an open bar stocked with beer and wine provided by Sud de France, Jean-Luc Colombo, Remy Pannier, Roscato, Williams Chase, and Lagunitas Brewing Company, and food for purchase prepared by our  partners Alidoro, Takumi Taco, and Taiyaki NYC.

We offer several ticketing options:

  • Barefoot Baller: gets you guaranteed entrance, access to food for purchase and free onsite activities, and three hours at the Beer and Wine Open Bar.

  • Barefoot Baller 5-Pack: gets all of the above for five persons - for the price of four.

  • Barefoot Boss: you get all that, plus VIP entrance, access to the VIP area with a dedicated bar and VIP activities including a sangria bar brought to you by Chef Jose Garces’ Ortzi, vouchers redeemable for food, a pair of flip-flops, and a Barefoot Ball Gift Bag.

  • Barefoot Blanket: includes all VIP privileges for four persons, plus a reserved, curated blanket setting.

All tickets are available here.  If you opt for Barefoot Baller or Barefoot Boss tickets, be sure to enter the discount code BBFF and get a 15% price reduction. Remember, it’s all for a good cause: proceeds go directly toward supporting Bryant Park’s 1,000+ annual free activities and programs.

Barefoot Ball is on the Lawn, 7pm- 1pm on Wednesday, July 26. You must be 21 years of age to attend and we will check, so please bring a government-issued ID. Dress to be photographed!   

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