Every June, the 5 boroughs of NYC come alive to celebrate Pride Week, a celebration of LGBT pride. More info. Advertisements
The annual Museum Mile Festival offers free admission to some of the world’s best museums including—El Museo del Barrio, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cooper-Hewitt, the Jewish Museum, the National Academy Museum, Neue Galerie, the Museum of the City of New York and the Africa Center. In addition to …
Another year of roaring 20’s fun! The Jazz Age Lawn Party is New York City’s original prohibition era inspired gathering, it happens on June 13-14 and August 15-16. More info.
FIGMENT is an explosion of creative energy. It’s a free, annual celebration of participatory art and culture. It transforms Governors Island into a large-scale collaborative artwork but be quick to see it, it only lasts for one weekend! More info.
From “High Noon” to “Die Hard”, lots of classic flicks showing outside at Brooklyn Bridge Park. More information and schedule.
Attendees will have the chance to attend book signings, Q&As, screenings and lots more at this year’s book festival. More Information.
This year’S Shakespeare in the Park includes the The Tempest, starring Oscar nominee Sam Waterston (The Killing Fields, Law & Order) and directed by Tony nominee Michael Greif, from May 27 to July 5. The park will also host performances of the bard’s late romance Cymbeline, July 27-August 23. Tony winner Daniel Sullivan, who helmed last …