Step Into a World of Color and Style
Lose yourself in twists and turns of color at New York City’s most spectacular night out. Discover famed designer Jeff Leatham’s colorful and bold vision for The Orchid Show—a kaleidoscopic display of dazzling orchids, mirrored sculpture, dramatic lighting, and more. Experience the singular style and high energy of performers who set the stage for cocktails and local flavors from the Bronx Night Market.
Non-Member $39 / Member $29 (Adults 21 and over)
Advanced purchase recommended to guarantee admission; events do sell out. When purchasing a ticket, select an entry time to enter the Conservatory to view The Orchid Show. You may arrive anytime between 7–10 p.m. to enjoy the evening, although entry into the Conservatory is at the time indicated on your ticket.
About The Orchid Show
Featuring the dazzling floral creations of Jeff Leatham, the famed artistic director of the Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris and floral designer to the stars. Leatham’s bold vision unfolds through captivating installations and designs, transforming each gallery of the exhibition in the Haupt Conservatory into a different color experience, like the turn of a kaleidoscope.
Get Ready to Vogue and Walk the Runway
Princess Lockeroo, one of today’s leading Vogue and Waacking-style dancer-choreographers, teams up with renowned musician Harold O’Neal for a fierce and fabulous performance. Come dressed in your boldest floral-inspired fashion and express yourself on the runway.
About the Artists
This multifaceted performance artist, content curator, educator and activist has been showcased on television (Harry Connick Jr., Wendy Williams, So You Think You Can Dance), worked with top artists (Madonna, Jody Watley, Icona Pop), and produced entertainment for events across the world (Lincoln Center, Summerstage, Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, SAP Next-Gen)
Pianist, composer, actor and dancer Harold O’Neal has performed with U2, appeared in Jay-Z’s “Young Forever” video, and portrayed a piano-playing hepcat in HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. He has been featured on MTV, NPR’s All Things Considered, Public Radio International’s Studio 360, Fortune – and been compared to Duke Ellington and Maurice Ravel by The New York Times.
Taste Local Flavors at the Bronx Night Market
Called New York’s Best Outdoor Food Fair by the New York Times, the Bronx Night Market brings together handpicked food vendors in celebration of our city’s diverse culture. A special pop-up during Orchid Evenings features a rotating selection of Market favorites for purchase.