The Peoples' Voice Cafe

An alternative coffeehouse offering live entertainment in New York City,
presenting folk, blues, jazz, rap, poetry, storytelling, theater & dance since 1979.

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Peoples Voice Cafe


Alcohol-free ~ Fully Wheelchair Accessible

New Location!
We have moved to The Judson Memorial Church Assembly Hall at 239 Thompson Street, New York NY 10012, in the heart of the historic Greenwich Village neighborhood! Please note that this is not the Judson main sanctuary on West 4th Street. The Assembly Hall is instead on the lower level of the church administration building around the corner, half a block south of Washington Square Park.
See map.



Our Fall 2022 Season begins Saturday, September 10, with
Bev Grant & Mario Giacalone with the Bev Grant Band!

Covid policies will be posted in the fall, pending state and local ordinances at that time.



LOCATION:
Judson Memorial Church
Assembly Hall (not the main sanctuary on West 4th St.)
239 Thompson Street, between West 3rd and West 4th Streets
New York NY 10012

TRANSPORTATION:

to West 4th St./Washington Square
Walk three blocks east to Thompson Street; turn left. (3 minutes)
MAP

SHOWTIMES:
All shows start at 8 PM, Saturdays. Doors open at 7:15.
No reservations, so come early to be assured a seat.

ADMISSION:
$20 suggested contribution -- more if you choose, less if you can't; no one turned away.
For PVC subscribers, Judson members, Folk Music Society of NY members, students, and youth, the suggested contribution is $12.

ACCESSIBILITY:
Wheelchair accessible (including bathrooms). For info call 212-787-3903.


FALL 2022 LINEUP:

Sep 9: Bev Grant & Mario Giacalone & their bands

Sep 17: Bob Brashear + Steff Reed

Sep 24: Mario Cancel-Bigay + Judy Gorman

Oct 1: Atiba Wilson + Abbey Janii & Mike Lee

Oct 8: Bob Malenky + Dan Sofaer

Oct 15: Bernice Silver Memorial Celebration

Oct 22: International Song Night with Guadalupe Peraza + Éléonore Weil

Oct 29: Twa Corbies + Geoff Kaufman

Nov 5: Jaeger & Reid + Sally Campbell

Nov 12: Trio (Ivice Rose & Miranda Haydn & Debbi Adelman) + Magpie

Nov 19: [TBA]

Nov 26: [Closed for Thanksgiving Weekend

Dec 3: Charlie King + Rick Burkhardt

Dec 10: Victor Cunneen + Bonnie & Dan Milner

Dec 17: The Diablos (Miguel Gamboa & Hector Saucedo) [+ second act TBA]




The Peoples' Voice Cafe is supported in part by the generosity of

The Folk Music Society of New York

Judson Memorial Church

Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist





PVC Solidarity Statement Against Racism

Peoples' Voice Cafe, started in 1979 by members of Songs of Freedom and Struggle, carries forward the vision of using songs and performing arts to support the struggle for peace and justice.

All are impacted by the history and ongoing practice of systemic racism in this country and the continuing brutal murders of Black Americans by police.

We stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, outraged by the many faces of racism found in education, healthcare, housing, jobs, poverty, criminal justice, and voting. All must be free to move about in the "land of the free" without suspicion, harassment, or arrest.

Peoples' Voice Cafe stands committed to speak out, sing out, and work against racism, white supremacy, and indifference.