This new festival, which is named after a popular exhibit in Queens Museum, is being brought to NYC by the event producers behind the popular Coachella Festival. It will be a three-day celebration of music, art, technology and local food offerings.
A wide variety of artistic performances are celebrated during this annual festival, which is often referred to as simply “MITF.” Head to Midtown to see comedy, burlesque, cabaret, short plays, readings and even magic performances.
Enjoy incredible performances at this famous center of culture and art during this annual festival. Over several weeks, there will be music, dance, theater and opera performances celebrating the diverse artistic offerings at Lincoln Center.
Held each year at Lower Manhattan’s picturesque waterfront, this annual festival will honor blues legend B.B. King in 2016. A number of nationally recognized blues performers will be playing, including stars Chris Stapleton, Bonnie Raitt and Gary Clark Jr.
This annual event was first held in 1916 and is even televised nationally each year. Head to Coney Island to see the competitors wolf down their dogs in person during the iconic Nathan’s Famous 4th of July Hot Dog Eating Contest.
NYC’s Independence Day fireworks display with musical accompaniment is among the best you’ll ever experience. Nearly any waterfront location will give you a great view, whether it’s from a rooftop, a skyscraper window or a pier.
William Shakespeare would be proud to have his plays on display in a beautiful place like Central Park. This series includes free performances of this summer’s selected works: “The Taming of the Shrew” and “Troilus and Cressida.”
Via our NYC Events calendar, you can see all major events in New York City.