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  • May
  • W29
    • #ProductCon New York: The Product Conference
    • An Evening with Dick Griffin
    • Tyler Childers
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  • T30
    • Black Connect 2024 National WealthBuilding Conference
    • WIN Summit 2024: The Power To
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    • Vice After Work Thursday
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  • F31
    • TANGO Nights Dance
    • Don Was
    • Theo Von (Theater)
    • FREE All-Ages Silent Disco Pride Party @Teardrop Park - Manhattan, NYC
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  • Jun
  • S1
    • The Outlaws Who Built Manhattan Walking Tour
    • Andre Lawrence - Rapper
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  • S2
    • Oppenheimer in New York Walking Tour
    • Fujii Kaze
    • Morning Laughter Yoga
    • A.I. vs Human Roast Battle
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  • M3
    • Five Lights Center for Shiatsu Open House
    • Bryson Tiller
    • Sabandija - Trunk Show
    • Qigong & Spirit Animal Meditation at Central Park
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  • T4
    • NY Liberty Watch Party
    • Alanis Morissette Singalong!
    • Afroterpreting: Talking About Slavery While Black
    • Walk with No More Lonely Friends
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  • W5
    • Haskell Small
    • CNA, LPN, RN Hiring Event
    • Elevated Minds (bike ride)
    • Traces: Memory, Nature and the Body
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  • T6
    • Rhett Miller
    • Governors Ball After Dark - Teezo Touchdown
    • Women Over Dinner - Harlem :: June 6th
    • Improv Workshop -NYC
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  • F7
    • John Cooksey - Harlem Jazz Series
    • Chelsey Green
    • PRINCE Music Tribute w/ DJ SPINNA * SOUL SLAM
    • Governors Ball After Dark - Skizzy Mars
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  • S8
    • Death in New York Walking Tour
    • Central Park: Scandal & Vice
    • Ryan Beatty
    • BLU ROOM: A one-man show featuring Actor Rob Chen. Brought to you by 21 Pell St.
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  • S9
    • Neapolitan Pizza Making Class - In Person
    • Suave Gonzalez (Theater)
    • Emergent Fruits: A Queer Reading Event
    • Mario Kart Tournament @ Juke Bar
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  • M10
    • MCP Festival Choruses
    • Four Chords and the Truth - Songwriters in the Semi-Round The Canadian Confessions
    • Pique-nique Presents Take Two: Jesse Fischer Plays Head Hunters
    • Crafting Your Passion Program: Hi-Performing Women Class -Online- New York
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  • T11
    • Governors Ball After Dark - d4vd
    • Stephen Wilson Jr
    • Allie X
    • Presentación del Libro "Cuesta Abajo" de Juana Libedinsky
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  • W12
    • Andrew Prahlow (Theater)
    • Tand
    • Beauty & Brushes
    • NYC Alumni Pop-up Gathering
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  • T13
    • GloryFest
    • In Conversation With David Chase
    • Kassi Valazza
    • Tony Moore
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  • F14
    • Harlem Jazz Series - Yayoi Ikawa
    • Yayoi Ikawa - Harlem Jazz Series
    • Wine Tasting101 | Exploring Great Wines from Around the Globe
    • Emilie Claire Barlow
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  • S15
    • Blasterjaxx
    • Sun Ra Arkestra
    • Moms in Prayer -- Rise Up and Praise Him
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  • S16
    • Positively Bob Dylan (Theater)
    • Elusive Dreaming
    • James Quinlan Trio at 1803NYC
    • Father's Day - Family Day - Святкуємо День Батька!
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  • M17
    • The Transcanada Highwaymen
    • NAWBO NYC Member Meetup: June
    • Echoes of Narcissus: Art Exhibition
    • Pray March Act Juneteenth Gathering 2024
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  • T18
    • Man Man
    • DiversITy-talent with Erudites Networking Group Breakfast Connector
    • Stacey Kent
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  • W19
    • OKAN
    • Mulatu Astatke
    • Radical Readz featuring Brea Baker
    • RuPaul's Drag Race Trivia
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  • T20
    • Olivia O'Brien
    • Cowboy Mouth
    • Samara Joy
    • Odesza
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  • F21
    • Franz Hackl - Harlem Jazz Series
    • Franz Hackl - Harlem Jazz Series
    • Dylan Adler (Theater)
    • Ensembles Concert @ Broadway Presbyterian
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  • S22
    • BRUISED BUT NOT BROKEN (Gospel Musical Stage Play)
    • Jim Kweskin and The Jug Band
    • New York Official Pride Bar Crawl
    • 2024 Real Estate Expo
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  • S23
    • SummerStage in Central Park - T-Pain
    • Lloyd Cole
    • T-Pain
    • Bob Stanley Exhibition
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  • M24
    • Rob Crocker Jazz Memorial at Saint Peter's Church
    • Art und Weise: Gernot Wieland with Nuar Alsadir
    • Patitucci & Friends — Jazz, Song & Chamber Music
    • Deal Exchange - Real Estate Professional Networking Affair
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  • T25
    • Mdou Moctar
    • Stanley Clarke
    • Keiko Toda
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  • W26
    • Royal Opera of Madrid - The Eight Seasons
    • Conversation on Queer Design at Leslie-Lohman
    • Open Doors: Free Italian Try-Out Class for Kids (Manhattan)
    • Corpus Christi: Choral Eucharist, Procession, & Cook-Out
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  • T27
    • 06/27 Reggae On Da Water
    • Bugsy
    • Young Fresh Fellows
    • Rocky Horror Picture Show Pride Edition W/ Shadowcast
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  • F28
    • Kenny Davis - Harlem Jazz Series
    • Kenny Davis - Harlem Jazz Series
    • Bombino
    • Gelato Pique Movie Night
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  • S29
    • Gerald Kelly (Theater)
    • Strand of Oaks
    • New York Pride Bar Crawl
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Events in New York

As the bustling metropolitan city that never sleeps, New York City events are diverse, just like its vibrant culture. The city chimes with lively carnivals and enriching cultural festivities. Indulge your taste buds in iconic food festivals, immerse yourself in world-class exhibitions, and feel the vibrant pulse of Times Square. The Big Apple is the city where dreams come true!

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Must Visit Places of New York!

Every city has some of its core attractions that make the city special! New York is special because some places and events are the heart and soul of the city. You are definitely not allowed to miss these must-see places in New York, thriving all year long with an array of events.

  • The runaway spot for fresh air within the city is New York Central Perk , where New York’s busy streets are non-existent! In addition to the iconic historic attractions, it flourishes with magnificent waterfalls, beautiful man-made lakes, and Sheep’s Meadow. You can spot people soaking in sunlight or playing guitars or frisbee, making the aura peaceful. Popularly known as Ramble, 45 million people visit annually, making it the fifth-largest urban park in New York!

  • On a beautiful day with a light breeze blowing freely, you must visit High Line in New York to see fantastic skyline views of the city and Hudson River! Calling it one of the best places to visit in New York, it is still underestimating the beauty of it. It’s flooded with benches, gardens, artwork, and a welcoming environment to create healthy connections. You would never have guessed that it has been transformed from an idle raised railway track into a heart-throbbing park!

  • The architectural marvel people pass through every day to admire its beauty and history is the Brooklyn Bridge in New York! The bridge has created history in architectural innovation and spans over a mile. It is the first bridge ever to hold itself on cable wires. Not only that, it is the first to connect Manhattan and Brooklyn, crossing the East River. The views of lower Manhattan, other landmarks, and island views are incomparable from the bridge. No doubt, it is considered one of the most world-famous tourist places!

  • Conquering the dream of “A city within a city,” Rockefeller Center stands in Midtown Manhattan, created 100 years ago! This major New York attraction is a fusion of art, style, and entertainment. The Top of the Rock has the best panoramic city views to please your sore eyes! Let me cure your curiosity (if you have any). The Today Show Plaza is a part of this beauty! A tip: Don’t miss this mini city's ice skating rinks and art deco murals!

  • America takes great pride in the Statue of Liberty , which represents freedom. It is a gift from France on the USA's 100th birthday as a gesture of goodwill. You can easily watch the Lady Liberty from the harbor, but no view can match the New York skyline from the statue’s crown! Take some time to visit Ellis Island to learn more about Immigration in the US in the Ellis Island Immigration Museum.

Happening Streets of the City!

The bustling city of New York is the busiest in the world for a reason. Meanwhile, there are countless places where you can go and catch any kind of event at any time of the day around the year! It truly is the city that never sleeps!

  • The commercial intersection, popularly known as Times Square in New York , is an all-in-one combination of the city's exceptional tourism and entertainment. The magnificent grandeur can only be realized when you set your feet in the street! Around every corner, there's a surprise waiting - a pop-up concert, a costumed character, or a delicious aroma wafting from a hidden food stall. It's a feast taking you through a whirlwind of energy and a stage where anything feels possible. And the best part? It never sleeps.

  • New York is truly a heaven for people who are even slightly connected to Theatre to relish the art in its raw form. Winds through Times Square, Broadway Theatre District attracts the world’s most talented actors, singers, musicians, and dancers. Forget the calendar; Broadway is practically always showtime! All 41 theaters buzz with 8 weekly performances, a nightly smorgasbord of musicals, plays, and special events. Broadway is here for a classic run or out-of-the-box new concept adapted to the theatre industry!

  • If you take a slice of Manhattan and place it in the lower area of the city, you get the Greenwich Village of New York . Everything keeps flowing in this neighborhood, with Washington Park as its heart and soul in this village in NYC. At one end, you see art and performances; on the other are people relishing live music and mini-markets. Due to its aura and beautiful setup, it attracts people and has become a hub for meetups for friends. The communal culture and nightlife keep it alive day and night!

  • Want to feel like you stepped into the multiverse of Chinese culture in New York? New York Chinatown is a little city in The Big Apple, a thriving community filled with markets, performance spaces, and galleries. If you merely stroll through the street, you will not even realize where your day passed by! A pro tip: Chinese New Year and Chinatown are the best combination ever, so don’t even miss it by mistake!

What’s the Best Time to Visit New York?

The Big Apple pulsates with events and festivals year-round, and figuring out what tickles your fancy can feel like juggling juggling pins while blindfolded. Fear not! Dive into this handy list, choose your fun flavor, and prepare to be dazzled.

Roam the City in Great Weather!

If you are the ideal explorer looking to see the city’s core, September and May months or springtime are the best times to visit New York! Central Perk in the Big Apple becomes colorful with blooming trees and a variety of flowers. Indoor and outdoor activities are way more fun without humidity during this time. Walking through neighborhoods becomes simpler with such pretty weather in New York!

Most Inexpensive Time to Visit

Are you looking for a budget-friendly time in New York? January and February are the ideal months to plan your trip. This period is directly after the holiday season, so the dip in tourism and (a little bit) cold weather leaves the streets empty. Meanwhile, they surely miss out on iconic annual events and the ideal time to catch Broadway shows and visit museums!

Catch Festivals and Events You Love!

Your preference for festivals will decide the best time to visit New York for festivals and events. A film enthusiast will love visiting in June for the Tribeca Film Festival and the Fall season for the New York Film Festival. Love green and colorful blossoms? Cherry Blossom Festival in Springtime is the ideal time to head out for you. Your summer will be sorted with the Big Apple's major event, SummerStage , and the best season is the holiday season (also the most crowded) for Christmas lights and holiday markets. Choose your poison wisely!

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