The Rocks at Harbor Way
Do you know how much a glacial erratic weighs?
Harbor Way’s first phase, a new green space named The Rocks at Harbor Way, offers a memorable open space experience for the whole city to enjoy. The Rocks at Harbor Way was named after the 250,000+ pounds of locally sourced boulders, also known as glacial erratics that can now be found in the heart of Harbor Way.
Have you ever heard a tree sing?
A new audio installation at The Rocks at Harbor Way, created in partnership with PlantWave, transforms ordinary trees into master musicians. Using carefully placed electrodes, PlantWave measures the electrical variations of leaves and translates that data into sound. The Singing Trees come to life at The Rocks at Harbor Way through four distinct listening pockets situated around the park, and will host concerts sponsored by Delta Air Lines, ongoing musical programming and its very own Spotify playlist.
The Seaport Singing Trees, sponsored by Delta will sing weekly. On Sundays from 12:00pm-2:00pm experience the Singing Trees Powered by PlantWave come to life in a performance unlike any other. Listen as the biorhythms of several Sugar Maples – and a few Sassafras backup singers – are translated in to music.