As the oldest and largest street festival in Brooklyn, this is a great way to experience the history and new trendy appeal of the borough in one event. The fest features a number of activities, including delicious street food, craft vendors and live music.
Bike enthusiasts absolutely love this annual cycling event in which thousands of participants ride through beautiful areas around NYC. Routes are 20, 50, 65 and 100 miles long and are timed so that cyclists can enjoy a festival at Sakura Park afterwards.
This annual event is one of the largest celebrations of German culture in all of New York City. The headlining event is the lively parade, but many attendees and parade participants attend an Oktoberfest celebration in Central Park afterwards.
For 11 days every September, the San Gennaro festival takes over New York City’s Little Italy with a host of delicious food from the mother country. In addition to tasty dishes, attendees can check out live entertainment, parades and more.
Get a glimpse of the hottest looks and trends for 2017 by attending fall fashion week in NYC. The top designers from around the world will be in attendance for runway shows, many of which are attended by fashion-forward celebrities.
Take a quick trip to Staten Island over the Labor Day weekend to enjoy a traditional county fair in NYC. There will all the iconic attractions on hand to explore, including carnival games, thrill rides, magic shows and classic car displays.
See some of the biggest stars in the tennis world go head to head in this annual competition held in Flushing, Queens. The matches span nearly two weeks and include competitions in singles, doubles and mixed categories.
Via our NYC Events calendar, you can see all major events in New York City.