Randalls Island Tickets
1 Randalls Island, New York, NY 10035
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Randalls Island Tickets and Event Dates
DirectionsLocated in NYC along the East River, between Manhattan, Queens and the Bronx
If you are being dropped off at the event you may follow these directions:
Get on the RFK Bridge at East 125th Street or Exit 18 from FDR Drive (left exit from northbound or right hand exit from southbound Harlem River Drive). Once on the RFK Bridge, E-Z Pass users should stay left for the exit to Randall’s Island Park, immediately after the toll plaza. Those paying cash at the toll should stay to the right and take the entrance ramp to Randall’s Island Park located about a half-mile past the toll plaza on the right hand side.
From Long Island
Get on the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge from the Grand Central Parkway. Stay right for the exit to Randall’s Island, immediately after the toll plaza.
From The Bronx
Take the Major Deegan or Bruckner Expressway to the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. Once on the RFK Bridge continue toward Queens. After the Queens toll plaza, bear right for the Randall’s Island exit (about 200 yards).
Take the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway East to the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. Stay right for the exit to Randall’s Island Park, immediately after the toll plaza.
Get on the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge from the Grand Central Parkway. Stay right for the exit to Randall’s Island Park, immediately after the toll plaza.
From New Jersey
From I-80 or the New Jersey Turnpike, get on the George Washington Bridge. Follow signs for Through Traffic (on the upper level, stay to the left, on the lower level, stay to the right) to get onto the Cross Bronx Expressway, then take the Harlem River Drive/Amsterdam Avenue exit. Keep left onto the Harlem River Drive, then stay straight to take FDR Drive South to the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. On the Bridge, E-Z Pass users should stay left for the exit to Randall’s Island Park, immediately after the toll plaza. Those paying cash at the toll should stay to the right and take the entrance ramp to Randall’s Island Park located about a half-mile past the toll plaza on the right hand side.
Take I-87 (New York State Thruway) southbound. I-87 will turn into the Major Deegan Expressway. Follow signs to the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge, pass through the tollbooth, and stay to the right. Take the exit for Randall’s Island.
Walking and biking to Randall’s Island Park is easy, and you can get there by crossing the RFK Bridge from Manhattan/125th street (about 15 minutes walking), RFK Bridge from Queens (about 30 minutes walking), or the RFK bridge from the Bronx (about 15 minutes walking). The event is located right next to Icahn stadium, so you can follow signs toward Icahn or any signs for the event.
You can also walk across the footbridge from E. 103rd St. in Manhattan onto Randall’s Island Park. It takes about 20-25 minutes to walk from the Manhattan side of the footbridge to the event entrance. If you plan on biking to the event, we advise you to come via the 103rd street footbridge. Bike racks will be near the entrance to the event for you to lock up your bikes too!
Getting There Randall’s Island is accessible by:
Subway and Bus
Getting to Randall’s Island Park via subway and bus is easy! Via subway, you take the 4, 5, or 6 train to 125th street. Once there, you can hop on the X80 express bus at 125th street and Lexington avenue, and the X80 will take you directly to the event entrance. If you wish to walk to the event from 125th street, you can walk east on 125th street, cross the RFK Bridge, and you’re there! The distance from the 125th subway station to the festival is 1 mile (the equivalent of 20 city blocks).
Please note that we are working closely with the MTA to ensure that an appropriate number of buses are added for show days and that lines are kept to an absolute minimum. Please also note that the X80 express bus collects a $6.00 round-trip fare when you board the bus, but if you have come from the subway only $3.50 is deducted.
Event Ferries will be traveling to and from Randall’s Island each day of the event, throughout the day. Departures will take place from East 35th Street Ferry Landing located at the intersection of East 35th Street at the FDR Drive, with ferries running approximately every 15 minutes, starting at 11:00am. Ferries to the island will stop at 9pm and ferries from the island will not stop until all ferry ticket buyers are off the island.
This is without a doubt the easiest way to get to/from the shows, plus there will be music playing on the speakers and there is a full bar on most boats.
Event shuttle buses will be traveling to and from Randall’s Island for all days of the event, throughout the day. Shuttles will pick up at a TBD location in Brooklyn, every hour starting at 11am until 4pm before dropping off at the festival site. Shuttle bus tickets can and should be purchased in advance, and ticketing info will be released in the coming months.
This is also an incredibly easy and comfortable way to get to/from the show, plus there will be music playing on the speakers and beverages are welcome.
Box Office HoursFor concert events only: Randall's Island Main Gate, Day of Show, 12Noon-8pm
Will CallFor concert events only: Randall's Island Main Gate, Day of Show, 12Noon-8PM
Accessible SeatingIs the event accessible to people with disabilities?
Absolutely! There will be ADA Access Viewing Platforms located at the stage. Please note that they have limited capacity and are available on a first come, first served basis. ADA accessible restrooms are available at the ends of each row of restrooms and behind the Access Viewing Platforms.
General RulesThere is NO OVERNIGHT PARKING and NO TAILGATING allowed on Randall’s Island.
PROHIBITED ITEMS: (Concert Area)
Due to the nature of the times, all backpacks and large purses will be subject to search upon entering the concert grounds.
No glass bottles
No pets (except service animals)
No outside food
No outside jump shots
No framed backpacks
No framed diplomas
No weapons of any kind
No rain umbrellas
"No Rain" umbrellas
No large beach umbrellas
No professional photography equipment
No bicycles, scooters, or skateboards
No illegal substances
Blanket for seating
Blanket for standing
Blanket for leaning
Small collapsible chair
Small collapsible Pedro
A hat for shade
A hat for shadiness
Plastic container for water
One sealed water bottle per person (up to 1 gallon in size)
Small personal cameras
Small impersonal cameras
Strollers welcomed with child inside (preferably your own)
Audio taping equipment (taping area only)
Clothing with a Hood