List of events in New York : Exhibitions
& fairs - Summer & Fall
Please review New York City Calendar of Events for Summer : July,
August or September and Fall season : October, November and December.
New York is a city that never stops. Learn more about Central Park
special animations & free performances or the most famous Marathon
in the world, the Macy's Parade and the New Year's Eve on Time Square. We also have selected sites where you’ll find current
happenings in NYC, from theater to concerts to festivals on daily,
weekly or monthly basis. The list of festivals & exhibitions listed
below features only the most famous ones - There is of course always
something going on in New York City.
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What's happening in July, August, September, October, November & December
listed the most famous events, shows & exhibitions or festivals ...
For more details please refer to the listed websites at the bottom of
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Events from January to June
JULY: Fests, meetings and key dates
Macy's : July Fourth - 4th : On July 4, New York City's
4th of July Fireworks is one of Macy's great gifts to the
people of NYC. Call (212) 484-1222 for more information.
Brooklyn Independence Day Parade : The Parade starts at
Bay Ridge along Third Avenue from 76th Street to Marine Avenue,
then along Fourth Avenue to John Paul Jones Park.
Lincoln Center Festival : Since Lincoln Center first
opened its doors, it has been a major contributor to New York
City’s cultural and intellectual life, with an internationally
recognized dedication to artistic excellence. The Lincoln Center
presents in July and August an array of dance, theater, music,
opera and circus performances from around the world. Call (212)
546-2656 for more information.
Summer at Central Park : All summer, the Central
Park Conservancy hosts a number of free events ... The Conservancy
invites you to free summer dance parties in Central Park >
Festival & Tennis open
New York International Fringe Festival
: The New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) is the
largest multi-arts festival in North America, with more than 200
companies from all over the world performing for 16 days in more
than 20 venues – that's a total of more than 1300 performances. Call (888) FRINGE-NYC for more information.
U.S. Open Tennis Grand Slam :
The U.S. Open is the final Grand Slam event of the season, drawing
top competitors for singles, doubles and mixed doubles - Federer,
Nadal and Djokovic will try to win this pretigious title. Call (800)
GO-TENNIS for more information.
Things to do & see
New York Film Festival : The New York Film Festival
continues its proud tradition of showing the newest and most
important cinematic works by directors from around the world. The
17-day Festival takes place at the Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of
Jazz at Lincoln Center, Broadway at 60th Street.
In New York City :
On September 5, 1882 the first Labor Day parade was held in New
York City. Twenty thousand workers marched in a parade up
Broadway. Within the next few years,
the idea spread to all states. In 1894, Congress voted it a federal holiday.
Long Island Motorcycle Fair :
At the famed Riverhead Raceway, in June and again in September,
the Long Island Motorcycle Fair brims with entertainment, bike
shows, and vendors to create the ultimate motorcycle weekend
getaway. Call (631) 774 9380 for more information.
NYC Oktoberfest : Street fair
with more than 500 vendors - Location : Lexington Ave between 42nd
and 57th Streets (212-809-4900).
Greater New York Wine & Food Expo : The show
features more than 250 wineries.
Union Square Autumn Fair : Park Avenue South
from 17th to 23rd streets in Manhattan. A Street fair with more
than 200 vendors that celebrate along Park Avenue. Call (212)
Halloween events in New York : The Village Halloween
Parade isn’t the only Halloween event in town... Many events and
parties take place - Date 31st October.
Things to do & see
New York Marathon : Every Year early
November (First Sunday) takes place the most famous Marathon in
the world stretching its runners between Staten Island and Madison
Avenue on Manhattan. For more details please visit our page
New York Marathon.
Chocolate Show : Metropolitan Pavillion & Altman
Building - Entrance: 125 West 18th Street (between 6th & 7th
Avenues). Information (212) 889-5112 - Please refer to
Chocolate show exhibition website.
Lighting at Rockefeller Center : The plaza heading
towards the tree is occupied by the traditional horn-blowing
angels. The plaza heading towards the tree is occupied by the horn-blowing
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade : Go to
Times Square to watch the spectacular baloon & marching bands
parade - Please refer to www.macys.com/campaign/parade/parade.jsp
for more details.
Christmas : from the Christmas tree at
Rockefeller Center to the Christmas window displays at Macy's and
Saks Fifth Avenue, there are endless Christmas sights to enjoy
during the holiday season in New York City.
Times Square New Year’s Eve
Crowds gather early in the day for the thrill of watching the
Times Square ball drop at the stroke of midnight.
Event Guide website : Things to do and see : Shows and Festivals
The EventGuide service's goal is to provide you
with answers to the perpetual quandry of "What Do You Want To Do
Today?" ... or to provide inspiration for what to do on all the
days that follow.
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