August 29, 2019. The Trust for Governors Island today announced a new work as part of Shantell Martin on Governors Island, a public art commission for the Island’s 2019 season. Opening the doors to Church, Martin’s work that enlivens the exterior of the former military chapel Our Lady Star of the Sea, The May Room will transform its interior into an immersive, introspective environment. Welcoming the public inside the building for the first time in 20 years, The May Room will transform the space into a site for gathering, reflection and performance. Martin will use the floors and walls as a canvas for her signature line drawings and will install custom-built furniture of her own design. Opening to the public on Sunday, September 8 at 11AM, The May Room will be open weekends through the end of the Island’s season and will also host free public programs including a series of readings presented by the Poetry Society of America, featuring poets from national organizations Kundiman and CantoMundo.
The May Room is the latest in a series of installations as part of Shantell Martin on Governors Island,the Trust for Governors Island’s 2019 Public Art Commission. Church, which opened in June and The May Room, opening September 8, will remain on view for the rest of Governors Island’s public season, through October 31.
“We’re thrilled to expand our 2019 commission with Shantell Martin’s latest work, The May Room,” said Clare Newman, Trust for Governors Island President and CEO. “Each season Governors Island visitors are delighted by public art that enlivens the historic district and park. Martin’s work is just the latest in our growing commitment to providing high-quality, free public art and cultural programs that New Yorkers will enjoy each season for years to come.”
“Shantell Martin’s monumental work Church has become a beacon in the landscape of Governors Island. We are now thrilled to open the doors of this structure to reveal The May Room, an immersive, meditative and dynamic space that surrounds visitors with the free-flowing drawings of Shantell Martin,” said Meredith Johnson, VP of Art and Culture at the Trust for Governors Island. “By taking this once-abandoned, former place of worship and reopening it to the public for self-reflection and the collective sharing of ideas, Martin adds to the cultural legacy of the Island through images, language and performance.”
With The May Room, Shantell Martin will create a labyrinthine installation spanning the floors and walls of the building that will act as a place of both quiet reprieve and shared discussion. To expand on her monumental work Church, which transformed the façade of Our Lady Star of the Sea, Martin now reimagines the interior of this former chapel built in 1942 with her signature black-and-white line drawings. Custom-built furniture in the shape of letters that can be arranged to spell out words will dot the floor of the space, allowing visitors to move and interact with the work. The building’s nave, which has been closed to the public since 1996, will be restored as part of Martin’s project.
The May Room will open to the public on Sunday, September 8. Throughout the remainder of the season, the interior work will be on view Saturdays and Sundays from 11AM-5PM through October 27. Church, Martin’s drawing on the exterior of the building,will remain on view daily through October 31.
In addition to regular open hours for visitors to explore the installation, The May Room will host a series of poetry readings presented by the Poetry Society of America in partnership with national poetry organizations including Kundiman and CantoMundo. These free events will respond to the spirit of Shantell Martin’s work and the architecture and setting it exists within.
Schedule of Poetry Society of America readings and partner organizations:
Saturday, September 14: CantoMundo CantoMundo is a national poetry workshop dedicated to supporting and developing Latinx poets and poetry.
Saturday, September 28: Kundiman Kundiman creates an affirming and rigorous space where Asian American writers can explore, through art, the unique challenges that face the new and ever changing diaspora.
“The Poetry Society of America is thrilled to be working with the Trust for Governors Island to organize poetry readings within Shantell Martin’s installation,” said Brett Fletcher Laurer, Poetry Society of America Deputy Director. “It makes perfect sense for this space, which was designed for contemplation and transformed by Martin’s meditative work, to be filled with poetry.”
Shantell Martin’s drawings interrogate the role of artist and viewer. With a meditative process, her compositions embody her internal state and the impermanence of the world around her. Exploring themes such as intersectionality, identity and play, Martin is a cultural facilitator, forging new connections between fine art, education, design, philosophy and technology. London born and New York-based, Martin teaches as an adjunct professor at NYU Tisch ITP and was an MIT Media Lab Visiting Scholar. Martin’s body of work includes solo shows at the New York City Ballet, the 92Y Gallery, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and MoCADA.
Built in 1942, Our Lady Star of the Sea originally opened as a Catholic chapel during the Second World War and remained in use until 1996 when the U.S. Coast Guard ceased operations on Governors Island. Deconsecrated for over 20 years, the former chapel is one of the few non-landmarked buildings located within the Governors Island Historic District. Martin’s project brings new life and visibility to the former chapel for the first time in years.
Generous support for Shantell Martin on Governors Island is provided by Charina Endowment Fund, The O’Grady Foundation and Facebook Art Department. Additional support is provided by Pullman, Sherwin-Williams and Krink.
Follow Shantell Martin on Instagram and Twitter at @shantell_martin.
Summer may be winding down, but there’s no shortage of things to do, see, taste and experience on Governors Island as the season comes to a close. This Labor Day weekend is packed with all sorts of special events, brand new free programs and summertime vibes all weekend long. And don’t miss your chance to stay out late with us—we’re open until 10 PM on Friday and Saturday for the last two late nights of the season. Read on to see everything happening on our shore this weekend.
We’re making it a breeze to ship out this weekend, with Manhattan and Brooklyn ferries running on a weekend schedule on Labor Day, giving you plenty of chances to take a quick ride across the harbor to GI. Don’t forget that ferries are free before noon on weekends! NYC Ferry will also run their Governors Island route from Wall St./Pier 11 all weekend, including Monday.
Japan Performing Arts, Inc. kicks things off on Friday evening with the first performance of their Bon Odori Festival that brings traditional Japanese summer dances to GI. See dances on Outlook Hill 7:30-9 PM on Friday and Saturday, plus a whole day of Japanese games, food, activities and more in Nolan Park, 12-8 PM on Saturday.
The 10th annual NYC Unicycle Festival keeps things rolling on Saturday and Sunday 12-5 PM with games, workshops and competitions celebrating all things unicycle. Veteran riders can show off their talents and test their skills, while newcomers can learn how to ride and take in spectacular performances!
New arts and culture programs on Colonels Row open their doors this weekend. 4heads’ sprawling annual art show, Portal, displays a staggering lineup of new works across seven historic houses every weekend in September. They’ll mark their first day on Saturday with a public opening reception, 6-9 PM.
Free arts and performance programs will open in Colonels Row starting on Saturday, including the diverse theatrical performances of Dysfunctional Collective, a soft opening of Exquisite Corpse Company 5-9 PM on Saturday night, holographic art all weekend at the HoloCenter, and Linked Dance Theatre bringing you a weekend of dance and art exhibitions with an opening reception on Sunday, 3:30-6 PM.
More art, culture and learning can be found in Nolan Park during the houses’ normal weekend hours on Saturday and Sunday, 11 AM-5 PM. Our fantastic food and beverage vendors will also be open for their usual weekend hours.
Read on for a list of all programs, attractions and vendors that will be open on Labor Day (Monday, September 2). See you on the Island!
Today Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) announces that LMCC’s Arts Center at Governors Island will open to the public on September 19 with inaugural season programming that includes commissioned site-specific exhibitions by internationally renowned artists Yto Barrada (with special guest artist Bettina) and Michael Wang, as well as the Take Care series, a fall public program that furthers ideas presented in the Arts Center’s inaugural art installations and reframes art curation as a mindful practice stemming from the concept of care. Artists and collectives featured in the season include Olafur Eliasson’s Little Sun Sunlight Graffiti, Tattfoo Tan, Anne Mourier, Jérôme Bel, Jesse Paris Smith and Pathway to Paris, House of Trees and The Floor, plus both Barrada and Wang. Signature Open Studios events will offer behind-the-scenes looks at the artistic process with the Center’s inaugural Artists-in-Residence. See this page for details, with full schedule available at LMCC.net. All programs and exhibitions are free and all are welcome.
Lili Chopra, LMCC’s Executive Director of Artistic Programs, commented, “We are thrilled to open LMCC’s Arts Center at Governors Island, sharing the work of artists whose local and global sensibilities speak to our present moment. Yto Barrada and Michael Wang examine the complex power dynamics of the natural world. Their divergent approaches share an intense sensitivity that embraces the root meaning of curation—to care, to look after, to support. Through these exhibitions and the Take Care series, along with the work being developed by the inaugural family of artists-in-residence, we invite the public into the Arts Center at Governors Island to reflect on the world we inhabit. How can we better care for ourselves, those around us and the planet as a whole?”
LMCC’s Executive Director of Finance & Administration, Diego S. Segalini,remarked, “For over 45 years, LMCC has championed artists and their visions in transforming urban spaces. LMCC’s Arts Center at Governors Island is a gift to all New Yorkers in a time of intense economic inequity and ecological crisis. The Arts Center will be a space of conversation and thought. It reflects the mission and values of Lower Manhattan Cultural Council to serve and connect artists and communities on a human and personal scale, completely aligned with Governors Island’s commitment to the City, water and environment.”
Conceived as an incubator for creative exploration and a gathering space to engage in dialogue, LMCC’s Arts Center at Governors Island is the first year-round, permanent home for artists and audiences on Governors Island. Located within the Governors Island Historic District, LMCC’s Arts Center features 40,000 square feet of space dedicated to public performances, exhibitions and artist residencies, visual and performing arts studios and a cafe. Work created and exhibited during the inaugural season investigates issues of ecology, sustainability, geography and history related to Governors Island and New York City at large. Artists will be in residence year-round with public programming to take place during Governors Island’s public season, which runs May 1 through October 31.
As a welcoming hub for working artists and community engagement, LMCC’s Arts Center at Governors Island will host a broad range of events—including Open Studios, performances, exhibitions, talks, discussions and workshops—to convene artists and the public in an ongoing exchange of ideas and creative practice. Beginning September 19, the exhibitions are open to the public Thursdays through Sundays, 12–5 p.m. The Take Care series takes place every Saturday, 2–5 p.m.
Since 1973, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) has served tens of thousands of artists and arts groups in New York City with critical financial support, training, networking and long-term studio residency programs. As a champion of independent artists and a vital cultural force in city arts, LMCC connects audiences with public presentations of artists’ work (including its flagship River To River Festival), creating innumerable cultural experiences and programs across Manhattan, free of charge and welcome to all.
With an excessive heat advisory in effect this weekend, we encourage you to take precautions to stay cool and hydrated when visiting Governors Island.
Make sure to bring plenty of water with you and to refill your bottles regularly. You can find our water stations throughout the Island—locate them on our visitor map.
Stay cool in the shade! There are plenty of shaded areas to relax in on Colonels Row and in Nolan Park. You can also find large sun umbrellas in Liggett Terrace as well as a water feature that can keep kids cool while they enjoy a splash.
If you’re not feeling well, need to cool down or in case of emergency, head to our first aid station at Soissons Landing. You can also contact Island security at 212-809-3299.
Please note that due to the heat, program hours and events may be changed or canceled.
The following programs have confirmed their closures this weekend:
Additionally, Pioneer Works’ Machine Learning salon at 3pm on Saturday is cancelled. Their opening reception for Betsy Kenyon’s LightHouse, 5-9PM, and their stargazing session, 7-9 PM, will go on as scheduled.
Governors Island is the place to celebrate this Fourth of July! Bring a picnic, go for a scenic bike ride, wave to the Statue of Liberty from the top of Outlook Hill or just take a peaceful nap in a hammock. Swing by Threes Brewing at Liggett Terrace all afternoon for a special July 4th BBQ with Popina! Learn more about the Island and its history with the U.S. Army and Coast Guard at Castle Williams, half of Governors Island National Monument, on a tour led by a National Park Service Ranger.
We’ll be open until 6:00 PM on July 4, running increased ferry service from Manhattan to Soissons Landing. Due to planned harbor closures for the Macy’s 4th of July fireworks display, Governors Island will close at 6:00 PM on 7/4 and will not be open for fireworks viewing.See the full schedule here and note the important July 4 ferry times below. Happy Fourth!
July 4, 2019 – Manhattan ferry times First ferry to Governors Island: 10:00 AM Last ferry to Governors Island: 4:20 PM Last ferry off of Governors Island – all visitors must be aboard: 6:00 PM
July 5 is the second First Friday of the season, when houses in Nolan Park and Colonels Row open in the evening so visitors can peruse their programs and check out special evening events. These programs will be open 6-8pm for July’s First Friday:
Do you love hanging out in Hammock Grove, watching the clouds go by? Imagine visiting the Island thirty years from now–Hammock Grove will be a forest! Where you once gazed up at the clouds, you’ll instead be shaded by a canopy of leaves, enclosed in a forest on an Island in the heart of New York City...
Members help fund critical care of Governors Island’s 120 acres of open space–Hammock Grove included–ensuring the Island will remain a beautiful place to visit for generations. Every member makes an impact. For example:
$50 membership supports the purchase of native wildflower seeds so we can build a healthy ecosystem to support the young trees as they grow
$100 membership will help us clear and maintain gardener access paths so our team can monitor and tend to the young trees
$250 membership will help the Friends grow our gardening team so we can keep the Island’s landscapes vibrant all year
Our new passenger ferry, the Governors 1, is ready to set sail! Governors 1 will serve 400 passengers per trip between Lower Manhattan and Governors Island, increasing our capacity to transport an additional 1,000 passengers per hour. The new vessel will officially go into service on weekends beginning this Saturday, June 15 and will make trips between the Battery Maritime Building and Soissons Landing, increasing service to approximately every 20 minutes on Saturdays and Sundays during the public season. The ferry will also serve both current and future tenants of the Island including students at the New York Harbor School, residents and staff of the soon to open Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Arts Center at Governors Island, along with seasonal cultural programming organizations and vendors.
Governors 1 was built by Blount Boats, Inc., a family-owned shipyard led by Marcia Blount, based in Warren, Rhode Island and celebrating their 70th anniversary this year. 132 feet long and 40 feet wide, the single passenger deck vessel is powered by two 800 horsepower engines and will travel at speeds up to 14 knots, shortening dock to dock travel time between Lower Manhattan and Governors Island to about five minutes. It was built using 450,000 pounds of steel, making it roughly the same weight as the Statue of Liberty!
This month, students in the vessel operations class at the Urban Assembly New York Harbor School, located on Governors Island, and their instructors joined our ferry crew aboard Governors 1 to shadow training exercises. The students, all in their sophomore year, have been engaging directly with maritime operators throughout the semester as part of their hands-on curriculum. To help illustrate how a vessel like Governors 1gets ready for public service, Governors Island staff and the crew took the students through all aspects of daily operations, including start-up procedures in the engine room, man-overboard drills in the passenger cabin and even public service announcements from the pilot house.
Thank you to the Harbor School students, instructors and Principal Jeff Chetirko for helping to prep for Governors 1’s maiden voyage across New York Harbor. To learn more about the New York Harbor School, visit newyorkharborschool.org. See the new ferry schedule here. Welcome aboard!
June 3, 2019 - The Trust for Governors Island today announced the opening of its next project as part of its annual public art commission program. Open June 1, the Trust presents Church, and immersive, contemplative work by Shantell Martin, who enlivens the façade of Our Lady Star of the Sea, a former military chapel, deconsecrated for over 20 years and located in the Island’s Historic District. The season-long exhibition will be on view daily through October 31. Expanded, site-specific programming related to Martin’s work will open in Fall, 2019.
“We are thrilled to be working with Shantell Martin for our 2019 commission, whose performative drawings will be in direct conversation with the movement of the Island and its community of visitors,” said Meredith Johnson, Vice President of Art and Culture at the Trust for Governors Island. “This immersive work will act as a dynamic and unifying marker in the Island’s landscape, fostering discussion, meditative exploration and cross-disciplinary collaboration.”
Bringing new life to Our Lady Star of the Sea, Martin uses her signature black and white drawings to create a living, visible beacon in the Island’s Historic District. Inspired by her personal experiences and research on the vibrant history of the Island, Church invites visitors to circumnavigate the former chapel’s architecture through image and narrative, engaging with the dynamism of the landscapes that surround it. In this way, the work serves to highlight and help reimagine a building that has long been empty and closed to the public. Reflecting upon the building’s history, Martin’s large-scale drawing pays tribute to the disused former military structure and honors its legacy as a place of great significance on the Island during its half-century of active use.
Built in 1942, Our Lady Star of the Sea originally opened as a Catholic chapel during the Second World War and the expansion of the former U.S. Army base. Serving as a central hub of religious activity on the Island along with nearby St. Cornelius Chapel, Our Lady Star of the Sea remained in use until 1996 when the U.S. Coast Guard ceased operations on Governors Island. Deconsecrated for over 20 years, the former chapel is one of the few non-landmarked buildings located within the Governors Island Historic District. Martin’s project brings new life and visibility to the former chapel for the first time in years.
Expanding and evolving throughout Governors Island’s public season, in Fall, 2019 the Trust will host weekend programming that is free and open to the public, including poetry readings and events. Additional programming will launch in September, including a partnership with the Poetry Society of America, who will curate three free readings inspired by Martin’s work.
Below the surface of Shantell Martin’s signature black and white drawings is an artist’s inquiry into the role of artist and viewer, where a work of art is more than an object of admiration disconnected from its inception. With a meditative process defined by an uninhibited flow, her compositions embody her internal state and the impermanence of the world around her. Exploring themes such as intersectionality, identity and play, Martin is a cultural facilitator, forging new connections between fine art, education, design, philosophy and technology. London born and New York-based, Martin’s body of work includes solo shows at the New York City Ballet, the 92nd Street Y Gallery, the Albright Knox Gallery and the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA). She currently teaches as an adjunct professor at NYU’s ITP (Interactive Telecommunications Program) – where she works with her students to push the boundaries of storytelling, visual art and technology – and is a former MIT Media Lab Scholar.
This year’s commission is co-curated by Meredith Johnson, the Trust’s VP of Arts and Culture and Shane Brennan, the Trust’s Director of Public Programs. Since opening to the public in 2005, The Trust has worked with dozens of artists and arts and cultural organizations from across New York City to bring a robust calendar of commissions, exhibitions and events to the Island’s diverse audience. The Trust’s commissioning program gives artists the opportunity to engage with audiences through site-specific projects responding to the Island’s unique conditions.
Previous commissions on Governors Island include Rachel Whiteread’s Cabin, a permanent work sited on Discovery Hill within the Island’s park space, and Day is Done, a large-scale instrumental sound installation by Susan Philipsz. In 2011-2012 Storm King Art Center sponsored an exhibition of 12 monumental works by Mark di Suvero throughout the Island. Governors Island’s commissioning program was relaunched as an annual series in 2017 with Rock, Mosquito and Hummingbird, a winding sculptural installation by David Brooks telling the story of the Island’s ‘pre-history’ through continuous rock core samples assembled in historic Fort Jay. In 2018, Jacob Hashimoto’s 15,000 delicate bamboo and paper kites filled Trinity Church and Never Comes Tomorrow, a colorful, whimsical outdoor installation, hung overhead in the landmark Liggett Hall Archway. The latter work is being extended through October 31 of this year.
Generous support for Shantell Martin on Governors Island is provided by Charina Endowment Fund and The O’Grady Foundation. Additional support is provided by Pullman.
Follow Shantell Martin on Instagram and Twitter at @shantell_martin.
UPDATED July 12, 2019 – The Trust for Governors Island and Film at Lincoln Center announced today its lineup of free outdoor movie screenings for the 2019 season.For its second year, Film at Lincoln Center will curate three outdoor screenings throughout the season, inspired by the city we all call home. This year’s outdoor film series will take place on the Island’s historic Parade Ground, an eight-acre lawn with expansive open views of Lower Manhattan. The series will be produced by Rooftop Films.
The films featured in this year’s edition of “Escape in New York” celebrate all the ways in which our city, like cinema itself, provides visitors, new arrivals, and lifelong residents alike with infinite avenues of escape: from the humdrum routines of a straitlaced existence, from the frustrations and indignities of childhood, and from the pain of one’s own past. This season’s series will kick off with a screening of School of Rock on Friday, June 14. Other films to be showcased include Martin Scorsese’s dark comedy classic After Hours and Michel Gondry’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, each paired with an independent short film by a local filmmaker selected by Film at Lincoln Center’s programming team.
“In 2018, our inaugural film series presented in partnership with Film at Lincoln Center was a huge success, giving new audiences the opportunity to spend evenings on Governors Island, experiencing in iconic NYC films with the iconic skyline of Lower Manhattan as a backdrop,” said Meredith Johnson, VP of Arts and Culture at the Trust for Governors Island. “We are thrilled to dive into year two of this landmark series, solidifying the Island and the center of New York Harbor as the best place in the city to watch a movie under the stars.”
“As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations in 2019, we are offering a variety of exciting summertime Film at Lincoln Center events, and we're delighted that our continuing series of outdoor screenings at Governors Island can be part of these celebrations,” said Lesli Klainberg, Executive Director of Film at Lincoln Center. “These free events recall the origins of our organization, when we produced Films in the Parks, outdoor screenings around the city in the 1970s. We’re thrilled to again work with the Governors Island team, and we expect to build upon the excitement we created last year with this new slate of films.”
Screenings will be free and open to the public with
pre-show entertainment including a DJ kicking off at 6pm and the films
beginning at dusk. Food and drinks will be available for purchase at each
screening, including a beer garden by Threes Brewing, food by Makina Café, Gary’s Steaks,
People’s Pops, Melt Bakery and more.
During outdoor screenings, evening ferry service will run from Battery Maritime Building in Lower Manhattan, located at 10 South Street, departing Lower Manhattan at 5:30, 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30pm. Ferries will return to Lower Manhattan from Soissons Landing at 6:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 and 11:00pm.
June 14:School of Rock (Richard Linklater, 2003, 108m), preceded by Mr. Yellow Sweatshirt (Pacho Velez & Yoni Brook, 2017, 8m)
Please note, the screening of After Hours has been rescheduled from 7/12 to 7/19. July 19:After Hours (Martin Scorsese, 1985, 98m), preceded by Ada (Eleanore Pienta, 2018, 11m)
This weekend, get your first taste of summer in the harbor. Memorial Day weekend kicks off our peak season with longer hours, special programs and more ways to enjoy your favorite Island escape.
Stay out late on Governors Island when our late-night hours begin this Friday, May 24. Every Friday and Saturday night through August 31, we’re open until 10 PM. Come out to enjoy the sunset over The Hills, grab dinner in Liggett Terrace and enjoy a nightcap with stunning skyline views at Soissons Landing, or just take a scenic stroll in the cool evening air. See which vendors stay open for late hours on our Food page and keep an eye on our Things To Do page for exciting special events happening at night.
We’re making it even easier to get to the Island this weekend with additional Brooklyn ferry service. Saturday through Monday, ferries will run between our Yankee Pier and Brooklyn’s Pier 6 every half hour until the evening. NYC Ferry’s shuttle service between Pier 11/Wall St. and Yankee Pier also begins this Saturday, running weekends to get you to our shore from all over the city’s waterways.
Indulge yourself at special guest food trucks open all weekend on Colonels Row. Grab a classic cheesesteak at Gary’s Steaks, tuck into Wings Lovers’ chicken wings or chow down on Korean BBQ tacos at Kimchi Taco. Hungry Island-goers will be satisfied to hear that our vendors will be serving up their specialties on Monday, including Island Oyster and Taco Vista at Soissons Landing, all of the phenomenal offerings at Liggett Terrace and Three Peaks Lodge at Collective Retreats. Sea Biscuit, a new outpost of Little Eva’s on the western promenade south of Castle Williams, opens for the season this weekend to serve up frozen drinks and small plates in a scenic waterfront setting.
Governors Island is the perfect Memorial Day destination for families with kids. Besides Slide Hill and the Liggett Terrace play areas, play:ground NYC’s The Yard and Art Force 5 will both be open every day this weekend. Kids can also jump into a fun, free program imagining and building sustainable energy machines with Koko NYC on Sunday and Monday. The whole family can play together at Adventures at GI’s mini golf course, adventure maze, challenge wall and zipline.
If you’d rather take it easy (or just need a break from having so much fun), you can always relax in our gorgeous new parkland. Walk up into the Hills to take in a panoramic view of New York Harbor, bring a picnic and spread out on our rolling lawns, or kick back in an Adirondack chair or in a secluded spot in Hammock Grove.
Memorial Day is also the perfect time to visit Castle Williams, a former Army fortification that's now part of Governors Island National Monument. You can show yourself around or join a National Park Service Ranger for guided tours at 11:30 AM, 1:30 PM and 3:30 PM every day.
Even though it isn’t quite summer yet, we think there are still plenty of reasons to celebrate the season. With so much to do on Governors Island this Memorial Day weekend, you might have to come back twice!
OPEN MONDAY 5/27 (Memorial Day):
Food and beverage vendors Island Oyster (plus late nights Friday and Saturday) Taco Vista (plus late nights Friday and Saturday) Little Eva’s (plus late night on Saturday) Joe Coffee Makina Café (plus late night on Saturday) Perros Y Vainas (plus late night on Saturday) People’s Pops Fauzia’s Heavenly Delights (plus late night on Saturday) Melt Bakery (plus late nights Friday and Saturday) Sea Biscuit (plus late night on Saturday) Three Peaks Lodge at Collective Retreats (plus late nights Friday and Saturday) Gary’s Steaks (special guest on Colonels Row) Wings Lovers (special guest on Colonels Row) Kimchi Taco (special guest on Colonels Row)