This outdoor summer music festival is held in Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry Park and celebrates multicultural music artists. In addition to talented live performers, there will also be a number of art displays and food trucks on hand.
Flash back to the 1920s with this unique festival celebrating the jazz age. Hear 1920s-style bands, check out vintage-inspired fashions, learn the retro dance moves from the period and see unique antiques from the ‘20s at this event.
As the largest multi-arts festival in North America, Fringe NYC is a can’t-miss event for arts buffs. Many of the performances included in the festival are totally unique and experimental, including musicals, comedy shows and more.
This parade, which was first held in 19782, fills 6th Avenue with some of the most colorful floats and costumes you’ve ever seen. Make sure you don’t miss the lively and fun atmosphere at one of the city’s largest annual parades.
Held in the beautiful Flushing Meadows Park, this annual festival celebrates a time-honored Chinese tradition. Colorful dragon boats are set upon the water as attendees watch teams race and enjoy the many festival activities.
On three consecutive Saturdays in August, NYC blocks off nearly seven miles of city streets. These avenues are then opened to the public, where visitors and residents alike can bike, walk, play or run without the congestion of cars and buses.
Held annually for more than 40 years, this massive celebration now extends far beyond a single week. During the festival, attendees can expect to see a variety of concerts, fashion shows, film screenings, concerts and more throughout Harlem.
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