Freestyle Fall Harvest Tickets
Freestyle Fall Harvest tickets
Fall temperatures in Westchester, New York, might be brisk, but the Freestyle Fall Harvest will heat up music lovers. This brand new festival brings together the best Latin freestyle acts from around the world for a one-night-only extravaganza of steamy rhythms and hypnotic grooves. Freestyle Fall Harvest tickets are popular with Latin music fans who want to sing, dance and let loose.
Freestyle Fall Harvest history
The first-ever Freestyle Fall Harvest will take place at Westchester County Center on Oct. 14, 2017. Twelve acts will take to the stage and perform some of their biggest hits to a packed-out crowd. Bass guitars, drum machines, synthesizers, passionate vocals -- the Freestyle Fall Harvest is a celebration of everything Latin freestyle.
Getting to the festival is easy: ticket holders can make the 30-mile trip from Lower Manhattan to Westchester County Center. People visiting New York for the event can fly into Westchester County Airport, just 7.6 miles from the venue.
Freestyle Fall Harvest background
Latin freestyle trio TKA will headline the first Freestyle Fall Harvest. Combining New York house music and Puerto Rican rhythms, this group is known for their high-octane dance songs and catchy melodies. TKA has released three studio albums since they first appeared on the music scene in the late '80s: Scars of Love, Louder Than Love and Forever. They have also scored more than a handful of Billboard Hot 100 chart entries, including "One Way Love," "You Are the One," "I Won't Give Up on You" and "Crash (Have Some Fun)."
Judy Torres will also take to the stage at Freestyle Fall Harvest. The Bronx-born dance-pop singer incorporates Latin freestyle elements into her music and has released two studio albums: 1989's Love Story and 1992's My Soul. Many of Torres' singles have entered the charts, too. "Reasons to Cry" and "Come Into My Arms" were top 20 hits on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Songs Chart.
George LaMond joins TKA and Torres on the Freestyle Fall Harvest bill. The singer has released a string of albums since his debut in the early '90s, and many of his tracks have entered the Billboard Hot 100: "Bad of the Heart" peaked at No. 25 in 1990, while 1992's "Where Does That Leave Love" reached No. 59. The Cover Girls will also play Freestyle Fall Harvest. The freestyle group's biggest hits include "Show Me," "My Heart Skips a Beat," "Because of You" and "We Can't Go Wrong." Other artists who will appear at the festival include France Joli and Lisette Melendez.