As the largest cycling event in the country, the Five Boro Bike Tour is a major spring event in NYC. The 40-mile route winds through all five boroughs of the city for the massive event, which attracts over 32,000 cyclists.
Each year, the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation holds a tour of some of the most remarkable homes in Lower Manhattan. Following the party, tour participants are invited to a party in a nearby space.
First started in 2007, this annual festival celebrating Japanese culture grows every year. Several activities are combined to create a day-long event that includes an art contest, food vendors, family-friendly activities and a 4-mile running race.
Now in its 40th year, this annual food fest celebrates the vast and varied cultural influences on New York City cuisine. Taste dishes from Poland, Spain, Greece, Italy, Japan and more while enjoying live music, games and kid-friendly activities.
The annual AIDS Walk in NYC continues to be one of the biggest charity events of the year in the city. The 10K walk, which starts and ends in Central Park, benefits over 40 AIDS service organizations in the tri-state area.
Via our NYC Events calendar, you can see all major events in New York City.