Now in its 16th year, this popular film festival welcomes some of the best works from innovative filmmakers around the world. Comedies, dramas, documentaries and more will all be featured at theaters across the city.
The annual Persian Day Parade celebrates Persian culture, history and tradition with colorful floats and dancers in traditional dress. Iranians of all ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to participate.
Billed as the nation’s first auto show as well as the most attended event at NYC’s Javits Center, this is one show you don’t want to miss. See the very best in automotive innovations and cool car models at the event.
The New York Yankees take on the Tampa Bay Rays in the home opener for the 2017 MLB season. Enjoy one of the most enduring traditions in the city by catching the game and seeing historic Yankee Stadium up close.
The annual National Tartan Day Parade celebrates Scottish culture and history with a lively and fun parade down Sixth Avenue. The many parade participants include Scottish heritage groups, musicians and dancers.
Don’t miss the Mets home opener for the 2017 MLB season when they take on the Atlanta Braves at Citi Field. The Yankees may get most of the glory, but the Mets are a fierce team to be contended with as well.
Some of the most beautiful orchids, including exotic and rare varieties, will be on display for this annual show at the New York Botanical Garden. The event typically kicks off in late February or March.
Via our NYC Events calendar, you can see all major events in New York City.