The New York Pops find a home in Forest Hills
The third concert season at Forest Hills Stadium has attracted big names like Ed Sheeran, The Who, Joan Jett and Van Morrison. The shows have been energetic and even nostalgic for nearly 16,000 fans each evening.
Popular music has dominated the shows since the stadium’s rebirth in 2013. Now, two upcoming engagements will make history with the arrival of the stadium’s resident orchestra, The New York Pops.
The New York Pops with Sutton Foster will take the stage on August 6, followed by The New York Pops with Pink Martini on August 7. Founded in 1983, The New York Pops has toured internationally and is the sole professional symphonic orchestra in New York City specializing in popular music.
Tony Award-winning artist Sutton Foster has performed in 11 Broadway shows including Anything Goes and Thoroughly Modern Millie.
Embracing versatility, audiences can anticipate everything from Broadway to jazz to pop songs.