Semi-retired rock star David Bowie will curate the inaugural High Line Festival, to be held next May in New York
Intended to take a sabbatical this year, David Bowie at last couldn't resist the temptation to create something for music. He couldn't stand doing nothing at home and so will curate the inaugural High Line Festival, which will be held next May in New York.
It is said that Bowie will first of all play a large outdoor concert, his first show in New York since 2003. He, moreover, will also select musicians and artists to appear throughout the festival, which will take place in neighborhoods underneath the High Line, a public park being created atop a long-abandoned elevated railway line on the west side of Manhattan.