Museum Of The City Of New York is taking us back through the 1980’s with their new exhibit that opens June 11th, 2021. See details below.
During the early 1980s, New York experienced a community-driven musical renaissance. The result was an era of creativity and genre-defying performance that stands as one of the most influential in musical and cultural history. A wide range of music, from punk to pop to hip-hop to salsa to jazz, mixed in a dynamic arts scene that stretched across clubs and bars, theaters, parks, and art spaces. Together, they provided fertile ground for a musical revolution—one that continues to influence pop culture to this day. Coinciding with the 40th anniversary of MTV, New York, New Music: 1980–1986 will highlight diverse musical artists—from Run DMC to the Talking Heads, from Madonna to John Zorn—as a lens to explore the broader music and cultural scene, including the innovative media outlets, venues, record labels, fashion and visual arts centered in New York City in these years.
Museum Of The City Of New York
1220 Fifth Ave at 103rd St.
Open Friday–Sunday, 10am–6pm
Tickets starting at $20 here
Also keep in mind a lot of museums have- Suggested Admission
OPENS JUNE 11, 2021