The city is launching a new summer concert series. 

The series, called "Rise Up NYC," will offer 10 free community concerts across the five boroughs, Mayor Eric Adams announced in a statement Wednesday.

The first concert is scheduled for Wednesday, July 27 from 7-10 p.m. in Brooklyn's Wingate Park. It includes performances by gospel duo Mary Mary and Stokley Williams, who for decades was the lead singer and drummer in Mint Condition. Disc jockey Funk Flex will curate the event, and Adams will deliver remarks.

"We are inviting all New Yorkers to come together to celebrate culture, music and unity as New York City rebounds from the pandemic," Adams said in a statement. "Our city overcame many challenges over the past few years, but 'Rise Up NYC' will allow New Yorkers to enjoy one another and the city we call home once more."

A full list of the 10 concerts offered through "Rise Up NYC" is below. For more information, including which artists are performing during each show, go to the "Rise Up NYC" website.

  • Wednesday, July 27 at Wingate Park in Brooklyn
  • Thursday, July 28 at Wingate Park in Brooklyn
  • Friday, July 29 at Wingate Park in Brooklyn
  • Saturday, Aug. 13 at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens
  • Sunday, Aug. 14 at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens
  • Saturday, Aug. 20 at St. Nicholas Park in Manhattan
  • Sunday, Aug. 21 at St. Nicholas Park in Manhattan
  • Thursday, Sept. 1 at Midland Beach in Staten Island
  • Thursday, Sept. 8 at Orchard Beach in the Bronx
  • Monday, Sept. 12 at Times Square in Manhattan