All the Celebrities You Can See at OZY Fest
Central Park is a hotbed of activity in the summer. From carousel rides to picnics, row boats to concerts, it is the place to be. For the fourth summer in a row, OZY Fest will take up residence in Central Park on July 20 and July 21.
The New York Times described the event as “part music festival, part TED talk, part food fair.” It’s an all-in-one affair featuring stand-up comedians, thought leaders, politicians, fashion icons, and more. So get in on the action and dance in the summer air, brush elbows with celebrities, and maybe even learn a thing or two.
The World Cup-winning, co-captain of the U.S. women’s soccer team will be at OZY Fest on Sunday. Get your power poses and fighting stances ready. Make OZY Fest your first TodayTix purchase, and save $15 with code OZY15 in honor of Rapinoe’s jersey number!
The celebrated singer-songwriter is one of the youngest people to have achieved EGOT status for having won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony. He’ll take the OZY Fest stage to share his smooth voice and soulful tunes.
The very busy comedian, known for hosting “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central, will be performing a can’t-miss stand-up set at the event.
This musician, songwriter, producer, and R&B crooner will take the OZY Fest stage to share his beats with the lucky crowd.
This Swedish singer-songwriter will be making a stop in Central Park as part of her worldwide tour, sharing her electro pop tunes with OZY Fest attendees.
This British actress and activist, who currently stars in NBC’s comedy “The Good Place,” will be part of a live discussion.
Brush up on your business pitch! Three of the business moguls on the long-running TV show “Shark Tank” will be at the two-day event. Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, and Robert Herjavec will be participating in an interactive panel and sharing entrepreneurial tips.
The politician garnered national attention for her 2018 gubernatorial election in Georgia. She was the first African-American woman to deliver a response to the State of the Union address, and her visit to OZY Fest just might rouse some rumors surrounding another certain upcoming election.
The director/producer/writer/actor took home an Academy Award this year for “BlacKkKlansman,” and the second season of his comedy series “She’s Gotta Have It” is in season two on Netflix.
Batter up! A-Rod, one of the greatest baseball players in the history of the sport, will make an appearance to share his MVP approach to his latest venture — real estate. He just might spill where he and his fiancée, Jennifer Lopez, will be moving next.
This 24-year-old magician has been wowing crowds in New York City as part of a residency at the Red Rabbit Club. He’s performed his signature tricks at concerts alongside 50 Cent, Future, and Lil Pump.
Do you obsessively watch the Cooking Channel? Test out your kitchen skills with this celebrated chef IRL. This culinary queen is the host of the eponymous “Rachael Ray” TV program, where she shares recipes for quick meals. She’ll be giving tutorials to aspiring chefs at OZY Fest.
Okay, so this name alone might not right a bell, but Ben, and his buddy Jerry, are the masterminds behind the beloved summer staple Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream. The dessert master, who also co-chairs Bernie Sanders’s 2020 presidential campaign, will be announcing some very important news at OZY Fest — a new ice cream flavor!
The illustrious podcast host, journalist, and speaker will make his fourth appearance at OZY Fest. The fourth season of his podcast “Revisionist History” began last month.
The model turned celebrity chef, and host of the long-running “Top Chef,” will do a demo in the OZY Fest kitchen.
Find your chi with the world-renowned speaker and leader in the New Age movement. He’s the author of more than 85 books on wellness, health, and the mind-body connection.
And you’ll also see: A R I ZO N A, John Kasich, Dulcé Sloan, Marc Lasry, Cindy Eckert, Marcus Samuelsson, Elizabeth Vargas, Ronny Chieng, Natalie Wynn, Kirsten Green, Dr. Oz, Thasunda Duckett, James Blake, Jazzy Amara, and Tom Rhodes.