NYC Events Calendar

No matter what brings you here to New York, it’s a safe bet you won’t ever be bored during your visit. The city’s events calendar is as varied as it is busy, with festivals, parades, and events occurring every day of every week, year-round. We’ve listed some of our favorite Manhattan events below. 

  • Baseball -Yankees vs. Blue Jays

    New York Yankees play the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium 1:05pm.

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  • Yankees Baseball Game

    New York Yankees play the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium 7:05pm.

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  • Soccer

    Watch  New York City FC  play Los Angeles Galaxy at Yankee Stadium.  Discount tickets $38.
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  • Lobster & beer sail

    Enjoy lobster rolls from Luke’s Lobster, coleslaw, potato salad, craft beer, and a two-hour cruise around Lower Manhattan on  Lobster & Beer Lovers Sail  aboard Clipper City Tall Ship, leaving…
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  • EcoFest

    Ecofest has exhibits about alternative energy and the environment, green vehicles, an eco fashion show, food, and entertainment on Broadway at 43rd. Free.

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  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition.  The Costume Institute's spring 2016 exhibition will explore the impact of new technology on fashion, and how designers are reconciling…
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  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    August 29 – September 7, 2015 The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings of performances featuring the company’s leading artists in a varied selection of operas by Bartók,…
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  • Annual Central Park Film Festival FREE

    August 25-29, 2015 Every year in August, Central Park hosts a week of evening film screenings in the landscape just north of Sheep Meadow and south of the 72nd St. Cross Drive. Attending the Central…
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  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while on a vacation in New York, are separated from their parents. The city magically comes to life to show…
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  • Amazon Web Services User Summit at The Javits Center 

    Amazon Web Services User Summit at The Javits Center  Whether you are new to the cloud or an experienced user, you will learn something new at an AWS Summit. These events, held around the world,…
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  • Star Trek 2016

    Star Trek Mission: New York is the ultimate destination for Star Trek fans, filled with interactive exhibits, exclusive merchandise, celebrity guests, panels, screenings and much more.  Fueled by a new…
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  • NY NOW, The Market for Home & Lifestyle

    NY NOW, the Market for HOME + LIFESTYLE (formerly New York International Gift Fair), is the premiere U.S. event for the best products and lines across the home, lifestyle and gift spectrum. Produced…
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  • The Jazz Age Lawn Party 2016

    The Jazz Age Lawn Party 2016 is a spectacular summer tradition on gorgeous Governors Island. Step onto the ferry, and back in time, with thousands of others dressed to the 1920s nines and enjoy music…
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  • The Electric Zoo 2016 Festival

    The Electric Zoo 2016 Festival is poised to take over Labor Day Weekend, bringing hoards of EDM fans to Randall's Island for the event's eighth summer. The festival has become an unmissable attraction…
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  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free. The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing…
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  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under 16 free. The most important postwar artist you’ve probably never heard of, Bruce Conner (1933–2008)…
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  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18; 18 and under free A Qatari-American artist, writer and filmmaker Sophia Al-Maria makes her U.S.…
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  • Brooklyn Hip-hop Festival 

    Brooklyn Bridge Park; July 16; $45–$180.90 Queens legend Nas heads the bill on 12th edition of this summertime staple, which brands itself as "unapologetically and undeniably hip-hop." Also make sure…
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  • Texworld USA - Jacob Javits Center

    The Javits Center invites you to join them for North America’s largest sourcing event for apparel fabric buyers, research and product development specialist, designers, merchandisers and overseas sourcing…
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  • Inforum at Jacob Javits Center (3 blocks from The Out Hotel)

    Inforum 2016 is the most comprehensive conference Infor offers customers. Inforum 2016 is a prime opportunity to gather with and learn from like-minded colleagues, hear the latest strategy updates and…
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  • Radiohead

    Madison Square Garden; July 26, 27; $80 Radiohead's borderline frighteningly-obsessive fan base has plenty to look forward to at this year's Moon Shaped Pool tour. In addition to starry-eyed new material—like…
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  • Panorama Fest

    Randall's Island; July 22-24; $99 single day pass , $319 3-day pass Now that GovBall's over, it's time for Randall's Island to play host to the city's  other  biggest music fest. We're curious…
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  • Guns N Roses

    MetLife Stadium; July 23; $50.50–$285 You might have to sit through a healthy dose of  Chinese Democracy  at this much-discussed Guns n Roses reunion, but rest assured, the classic lineup will make…
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  • Brooklyn Ice Cream Takedown

    The Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club; July 17; $20 Ice-cream experts from Ample Hills Creamery and Cool Haus will judge the latest edition of the popular food-smackdown series—and yes, there will be…
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  • Celebrate Flatiron Chefs

    Madison Square Park; July 12; $200-$350 The Flatiron District’s top toques, including April Bloomfield (the John Dory Oyster Bar), Enrique Olvera (Cosme) and Tom Colicchio (Craftbat), join forces for…
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  • Pinknic

    Governor’s Island; July 9, 10; $55-$65 Everyone’s favorite #basic blush bottles will be the focus of this summer's  PINKNIC , a picnic and music festival put on by the founders of La Nuit en Rosé…
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  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live…
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  • Broadway hits in the park

    Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons at Broadway in Bryant Park.

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  • Broadway hits in the park

    Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons at Broadway in Bryant Park.

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  • Broadway hits in the park

    Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons at Broadway in Bryant Park.

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  • Broadway hits in the park

    Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons at Broadway in Bryant Park.

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  • Opera in the park

    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 

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  • 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular

    The Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular is held on July 4th with fireworks fired from barges positioned on the East River commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.

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  • Music in the park

    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed by fireworks. 

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  • Free Museum Evening

    Join the crowds listening to live music and visiting seven museums for three hours during Museum Mile Festival on 5th Ave. from 82nd to 105th street free. 

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  • BBQ Block Party

    Enjoy award-winning barbecue, cooking seminars, Southern fare, and life rock, blues and soul at Big Apple Barbecue Block Party at Madison Square Park.

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  • Soho Film Festival

    See great films from around the world at the Soho International Film Festival at Village East Cinema.

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  • Governors Ball Music Festival

    Randall's Island sets the stage for a three-day music festival, where up-and-coming musicians play alongside legendary performers.

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  • Solstice in Times Square

    On the longest day of every year, busy Times Square becomes an oasis of calm reflection. Mark the summer solstice with one of the free all-day yoga classes offered in the Square.

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  • NYC Pride

    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people come together here in Manhattan for a weekend of inspiring, fun events and activities in support of…
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  • Central Park SummerStage

    SummerStage is a yearly celebration of the arts, with a four-month schedule of live music, dance, and other performances outdoors at Rumsey Playfield. Many of the events are free of charge.

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  • US Open

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is…
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  • Comic Con New York

    Indulge your inner superhero with a visit to this annual convention, where you can buy merchandise related to your favorite comic book, video game, or graphic novel, and meet the authors and performers…
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  • Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

    This yearly three-hour parade includes floats, balloons, musical performances, and high school marching bands from across the country. It’s been televised nationally for over 60 years.

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  • Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting

    Mark the unofficial start to the holiday season by witnessing the lighting of the 75-foot tree that dominates Rockefeller Center Plaza. Enjoy live entertainment and a performance by the Rockettes during…
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  • Near Year’s Eve Ball Drop

    Ring in the New Year with a million of your closest friends as you watch the famous ball drop from its perch atop One Times Square. No other place on earth hosts a New Year’s Eve party quite as spectacular.…
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  • American International Toy Fair

    This trade-only event, held in the nearby Javits Center, brings professionals from the toy industry together to exhibit and explore hundreds of thousands of toys and games, grouped by type.

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  • Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

    Canines of every conceivable size and breed battle to be top dog in a range of competitions, culminating in the famed “Best in Show” event. The show is held at Madison Square Garden every February.
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  • New York Fashion Week

    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties at various venues throughout the city. It’s a marquee event for those looking to catch a glimpse…
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  • New York International Auto Show

    Held in the Javits Center, just a short walk from the hotel, this show boasts cars and trucks ranging in style from classic to futuristic, stretched out over four floors. It’s a must-see for auto enthusiasts. …
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  • The Armory Show

    This yearly exhibition, held on Piers 92 and 94, showcases international modern art and draws collectors, curators, and connoisseurs from every corner of the globe.

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  • Central Park SummerStage

    05/31/2016
    SummerStage is a yearly celebration of the arts, with a four-month schedule of live music, dance, and…
  • Governors Ball Music Festival

    06/02/2016
    Randall's Island sets the stage for a three-day music festival, where up-and-coming musicians play alongside…
  • Governors Ball Music Festival

    06/03/2016
    Randall's Island sets the stage for a three-day music festival, where up-and-coming musicians play alongside…
  • Governors Ball Music Festival

    06/04/2016
    Randall's Island sets the stage for a three-day music festival, where up-and-coming musicians play alongside…
  • Soho Film Festival

    06/08/2016
    See great films from around the world at the Soho International Film Festival at Village East Cinema.…
  • BBQ Block Party

    06/10/2016
    Enjoy award-winning barbecue, cooking seminars, Southern fare, and life rock, blues and soul at Big…
  • BBQ Block Party

    06/11/2016
    Enjoy award-winning barbecue, cooking seminars, Southern fare, and life rock, blues and soul at Big…
  • Free Museum Evening

    06/13/2016
    Join the crowds listening to live music and visiting seven museums for three hours during Museum Mile…
  • Music in the park

    06/14/2016
    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed…
  • Music in the park

    06/15/2016
    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed…
  • Music in the park

    06/16/2016
    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed…
  • Music in the park

    06/17/2016
    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed…
  • Music in the park

    06/18/2016
    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed…
  • Music in the park

    06/19/2016
    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed…
  • Solstice in Times Square

    06/19/2016
    On the longest day of every year, busy Times Square becomes an oasis of calm reflection. Mark the summer…
  • Music in the park

    06/20/2016
    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed…
  • NYC Pride

    06/20/2016
    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people…
  • Music in the park

    06/21/2016
    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed…
  • NYC Pride

    06/21/2016
    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people…
  • NYC Pride

    06/22/2016
    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people…
  • NYC Pride

    06/23/2016
    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people…
  • NYC Pride

    06/24/2016
    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people…
  • NYC Pride

    06/25/2016
    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people…
  • NYC Pride

    06/26/2016
    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people…
  • NYC Pride

    06/27/2016
    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people…
  • 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular

    07/03/2016
    The Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular is held on July 4th with fireworks fired from barges positioned…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/06/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • Opera in the park

    07/06/2016
    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/07/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • Opera in the park

    07/07/2016
    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 
  • Pinknic

    07/08/2016
    Governor’s Island; July 9, 10; $55-$65 Everyone’s favorite #basic blush bottles will be the focus…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/08/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • Opera in the park

    07/08/2016
    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 
  • Inforum at Jacob Javits Center (3 blocks from The Out Hotel)

    07/09/2016
    Inforum 2016 is the most comprehensive conference Infor offers customers. Inforum 2016 is a prime opportunity…
  • Pinknic

    07/09/2016
    Governor’s Island; July 9, 10; $55-$65 Everyone’s favorite #basic blush bottles will be the focus…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/09/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • Opera in the park

    07/09/2016
    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 
  • Inforum at Jacob Javits Center (3 blocks from The Out Hotel)

    07/10/2016
    Inforum 2016 is the most comprehensive conference Infor offers customers. Inforum 2016 is a prime opportunity…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/10/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • Opera in the park

    07/10/2016
    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 
  • Texworld USA - Jacob Javits Center

    07/11/2016
    The Javits Center invites you to join them for North America’s largest sourcing event for apparel fabric…
  • Inforum at Jacob Javits Center (3 blocks from The Out Hotel)

    07/11/2016
    Inforum 2016 is the most comprehensive conference Infor offers customers. Inforum 2016 is a prime opportunity…
  • Celebrate Flatiron Chefs

    07/11/2016
    Madison Square Park; July 12; $200-$350 The Flatiron District’s top toques, including April Bloomfield…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/11/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • Opera in the park

    07/11/2016
    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 
  • Texworld USA - Jacob Javits Center

    07/12/2016
    The Javits Center invites you to join them for North America’s largest sourcing event for apparel fabric…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/12/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • Opera in the park

    07/12/2016
    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 
  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/13/2016
    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/13/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • Broadway hits in the park

    07/13/2016
    Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons…
  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/14/2016
    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/14/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/15/2016
    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under…
  • Brooklyn Hip-hop Festival 

    07/15/2016
    Brooklyn Bridge Park; July 16; $45–$180.90 Queens legend Nas heads the bill on 12th edition of this…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/15/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/16/2016
    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under…
  • Brooklyn Ice Cream Takedown

    07/16/2016
    The Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club; July 17; $20 Ice-cream experts from Ample Hills Creamery and…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/16/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/17/2016
    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/17/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/18/2016
    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/18/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    07/19/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/19/2016
    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/19/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    07/20/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/20/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • Broadway hits in the park

    07/20/2016
    Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    07/21/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • Panorama Fest

    07/21/2016
    Randall's Island; July 22-24; $99 single day pass , $319 3-day pass Now that GovBall's over,…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/21/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    07/22/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • Panorama Fest

    07/22/2016
    Randall's Island; July 22-24; $99 single day pass , $319 3-day pass Now that GovBall's over,…
  • Guns N Roses

    07/22/2016
    MetLife Stadium; July 23; $50.50–$285 You might have to sit through a healthy dose of  Chinese Democracy…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/22/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    07/23/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • Panorama Fest

    07/23/2016
    Randall's Island; July 22-24; $99 single day pass , $319 3-day pass Now that GovBall's over,…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/23/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/24/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    07/25/2016
    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18;…
  • Radiohead

    07/25/2016
    Madison Square Garden; July 26, 27; $80 Radiohead's borderline frighteningly-obsessive fan base…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/25/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    07/26/2016
    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18;…
  • Radiohead

    07/26/2016
    Madison Square Garden; July 26, 27; $80 Radiohead's borderline frighteningly-obsessive fan base…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/26/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    07/27/2016
    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18;…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/27/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • Broadway hits in the park

    07/27/2016
    Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons…
  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    07/28/2016
    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18;…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/28/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    07/29/2016
    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18;…
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/29/2016
    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate Have a crustacean-filled…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    07/30/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    07/30/2016
    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18;…
  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    07/31/2016
    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while…
  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    08/01/2016
    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while…
  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    08/02/2016
    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while…
  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    08/03/2016
    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while…
  • Broadway hits in the park

    08/03/2016
    Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons…
  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    08/04/2016
    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while…
  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    08/05/2016
    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while…
  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    08/06/2016
    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while…
  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/07/2016
    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition.  The Costume Institute's spring…
  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/08/2016
    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition.  The Costume Institute's spring…
  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/09/2016
    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition.  The Costume Institute's spring…
  • Amazon Web Services User Summit at The Javits Center 

    08/09/2016
    Amazon Web Services User Summit at The Javits Center  Whether you are new to the cloud or an experienced…
  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/10/2016
    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition.  The Costume Institute's spring…
  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/11/2016
    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition.  The Costume Institute's spring…
  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/12/2016
    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition.  The Costume Institute's spring…
  • The Jazz Age Lawn Party 2016

    08/12/2016
    The Jazz Age Lawn Party 2016 is a spectacular summer tradition on gorgeous Governors Island. Step onto…
  • EcoFest

    08/13/2016
    Ecofest has exhibits about alternative energy and the environment, green vehicles, an eco fashion show,…
  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/13/2016
    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition.  The Costume Institute's spring…
  • The Jazz Age Lawn Party 2016

    08/13/2016
    The Jazz Age Lawn Party 2016 is a spectacular summer tradition on gorgeous Governors Island. Step onto…
  • Yankees Baseball Game

    08/14/2016

    New York Yankees play the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium 7:05pm.

  • Yankees Baseball Game

    08/15/2016

    New York Yankees play the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium 7:05pm.

  • Lobster & beer sail

    08/15/2016
    Enjoy lobster rolls from Luke’s Lobster, coleslaw, potato salad, craft beer, and a two-hour cruise…
  • Baseball -Yankees vs. Blue Jays

    08/16/2016

    New York Yankees play the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium 1:05pm.

  • Soccer

    08/19/2016
    Watch  New York City FC  play Los Angeles Galaxy at Yankee Stadium.  Discount tickets $38.
  • NY NOW, The Market for Home & Lifestyle

    08/19/2016
    NY NOW, the Market for HOME + LIFESTYLE (formerly New York International Gift Fair), is the premiere…
  • NY NOW, The Market for Home & Lifestyle

    08/20/2016
    NY NOW, the Market for HOME + LIFESTYLE (formerly New York International Gift Fair), is the premiere…
  • NY NOW, The Market for Home & Lifestyle

    08/21/2016
    NY NOW, the Market for HOME + LIFESTYLE (formerly New York International Gift Fair), is the premiere…
  • NY NOW, The Market for Home & Lifestyle

    08/22/2016
    NY NOW, the Market for HOME + LIFESTYLE (formerly New York International Gift Fair), is the premiere…
  • Annual Central Park Film Festival FREE

    08/24/2016
    August 25-29, 2015 Every year in August, Central Park hosts a week of evening film screenings in the…
  • Annual Central Park Film Festival FREE

    08/25/2016
    August 25-29, 2015 Every year in August, Central Park hosts a week of evening film screenings in the…
  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    08/26/2016
    August 29 – September 7, 2015 The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings…
  • Annual Central Park Film Festival FREE

    08/27/2016
    August 25-29, 2015 Every year in August, Central Park hosts a week of evening film screenings in the…
  • Annual Central Park Film Festival FREE

    08/28/2016
    August 25-29, 2015 Every year in August, Central Park hosts a week of evening film screenings in the…
  • US Open

    08/28/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    08/29/2016
    August 29 – September 7, 2015 The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings…
  • US Open

    08/29/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    08/30/2016
    August 29 – September 7, 2015 The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings…
  • US Open

    08/30/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    08/31/2016
    August 29 – September 7, 2015 The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings…
  • US Open

    08/31/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    09/01/2016
    August 29 – September 7, 2015 The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings…
  • Star Trek 2016

    09/01/2016
    Star Trek Mission: New York is the ultimate destination for Star Trek fans, filled with interactive…
  • The Electric Zoo 2016 Festival

    09/01/2016
    The Electric Zoo 2016 Festival is poised to take over Labor Day Weekend, bringing hoards of EDM fans…
  • US Open

    09/01/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    09/02/2016
    August 29 – September 7, 2015 The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings…
  • Star Trek 2016

    09/02/2016
    Star Trek Mission: New York is the ultimate destination for Star Trek fans, filled with interactive…
  • The Electric Zoo 2016 Festival

    09/02/2016
    The Electric Zoo 2016 Festival is poised to take over Labor Day Weekend, bringing hoards of EDM fans…
  • US Open

    09/02/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    09/03/2016
    August 29 – September 7, 2015 The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings…
  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    09/04/2016
    August 29 – September 7, 2015 The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings…
  • US Open

    09/04/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    09/05/2016
    August 29 – September 7, 2015 The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings…
  • US Open

    09/05/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    09/06/2016
    August 29 – September 7, 2015 The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings…
  • US Open

    09/06/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • US Open

    09/07/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • US Open

    09/08/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • US Open

    09/09/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • US Open

    09/10/2016
    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/18/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/19/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/20/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/21/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/22/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/23/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/24/2016
    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10,…
  • Comic Con New York

    10/05/2016
    Indulge your inner superhero with a visit to this annual convention, where you can buy merchandise related…
  • Comic Con New York

    10/06/2016
    Indulge your inner superhero with a visit to this annual convention, where you can buy merchandise related…
  • Comic Con New York

    10/07/2016
    Indulge your inner superhero with a visit to this annual convention, where you can buy merchandise related…
  • Comic Con New York

    10/08/2016
    Indulge your inner superhero with a visit to this annual convention, where you can buy merchandise related…
  • Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

    11/23/2016
    This yearly three-hour parade includes floats, balloons, musical performances, and high school marching…
  • Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting

    11/28/2016
    Mark the unofficial start to the holiday season by witnessing the lighting of the 75-foot tree that…
  • Near Year’s Eve Ball Drop

    12/30/2016
    Ring in the New Year with a million of your closest friends as you watch the famous ball drop from its…
  • American International Toy Fair

    01/31/2017
    This trade-only event, held in the nearby Javits Center, brings professionals from the toy industry…
  • Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

    02/01/2017
    Canines of every conceivable size and breed battle to be top dog in a range of competitions, culminating…
  • New York Fashion Week

    02/08/2017
    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties…
  • New York Fashion Week

    02/09/2017
    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties…
  • New York Fashion Week

    02/10/2017
    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties…
  • New York Fashion Week

    02/11/2017
    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties…
  • New York Fashion Week

    02/12/2017
    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties…
  • New York Fashion Week

    02/13/2017
    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties…
  • New York Fashion Week

    02/14/2017
    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties…
  • New York Fashion Week

    02/15/2017
    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties…
  • New York Fashion Week

    02/16/2017
    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties…
  • The Armory Show

    02/28/2017
    This yearly exhibition, held on Piers 92 and 94, showcases international modern art and draws collectors,…
  • New York International Auto Show

    03/31/2017
    Held in the Javits Center, just a short walk from the hotel, this show boasts cars and trucks ranging…
  • Central Park SummerStage

    05/31/2016

    SummerStage is a yearly celebration of the arts, with a four-month schedule of live music, dance, and other performances outdoors at Rumsey Playfield. Many of the events are free of charge.

  • Governors Ball Music Festival

    06/02/2016

    Randall's Island sets the stage for a three-day music festival, where up-and-coming musicians play alongside legendary performers.

  • Governors Ball Music Festival

    06/03/2016

    Randall's Island sets the stage for a three-day music festival, where up-and-coming musicians play alongside legendary performers.

  • Governors Ball Music Festival

    06/04/2016

    Randall's Island sets the stage for a three-day music festival, where up-and-coming musicians play alongside legendary performers.

  • Soho Film Festival

    06/08/2016

    See great films from around the world at the Soho International Film Festival at Village East Cinema.

  • BBQ Block Party

    06/10/2016

    Enjoy award-winning barbecue, cooking seminars, Southern fare, and life rock, blues and soul at Big Apple Barbecue Block Party at Madison Square Park.

  • BBQ Block Party

    06/11/2016

    Enjoy award-winning barbecue, cooking seminars, Southern fare, and life rock, blues and soul at Big Apple Barbecue Block Party at Madison Square Park.

  • Free Museum Evening

    06/13/2016

    Join the crowds listening to live music and visiting seven museums for three hours during Museum Mile Festival on 5th Ave. from 82nd to 105th street free. 

  • Music in the park

    06/14/2016

    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed by fireworks. 

  • Music in the park

    06/15/2016

    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed by fireworks. 

  • Music in the park

    06/16/2016

    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed by fireworks. 

  • Music in the park

    06/17/2016

    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed by fireworks. 

  • Music in the park

    06/18/2016

    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed by fireworks. 

  • Music in the park

    06/19/2016

    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed by fireworks. 

  • Solstice in Times Square

    06/19/2016

    On the longest day of every year, busy Times Square becomes an oasis of calm reflection. Mark the summer solstice with one of the free all-day yoga classes offered in the Square.

  • Music in the park

    06/20/2016

    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed by fireworks. 

  • NYC Pride

    06/20/2016

    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people come together here in Manhattan for a weekend of inspiring, fun events and activities in support of the LGBT community. Don’t miss the March!

  • Music in the park

    06/21/2016

    Hear classical music outdoors under the stars at New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks, followed by fireworks. 

  • NYC Pride

    06/21/2016

    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people come together here in Manhattan for a weekend of inspiring, fun events and activities in support of the LGBT community. Don’t miss the March!

  • NYC Pride

    06/22/2016

    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people come together here in Manhattan for a weekend of inspiring, fun events and activities in support of the LGBT community. Don’t miss the March!

  • NYC Pride

    06/23/2016

    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people come together here in Manhattan for a weekend of inspiring, fun events and activities in support of the LGBT community. Don’t miss the March!

  • NYC Pride

    06/24/2016

    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people come together here in Manhattan for a weekend of inspiring, fun events and activities in support of the LGBT community. Don’t miss the March!

  • NYC Pride

    06/25/2016

    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people come together here in Manhattan for a weekend of inspiring, fun events and activities in support of the LGBT community. Don’t miss the March!

  • NYC Pride

    06/26/2016

    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people come together here in Manhattan for a weekend of inspiring, fun events and activities in support of the LGBT community. Don’t miss the March!

  • NYC Pride

    06/27/2016

    The largest Pride celebration in the world is right down the road from our hotel. Thousands of people come together here in Manhattan for a weekend of inspiring, fun events and activities in support of the LGBT community. Don’t miss the March!

  • 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular

    07/03/2016

    The Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular is held on July 4th with fireworks fired from barges positioned on the East River commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/06/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • Opera in the park

    07/06/2016

    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/07/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • Opera in the park

    07/07/2016

    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 

  • Pinknic

    07/08/2016

    Governor’s Island; July 9, 10; $55-$65
    Everyone’s favorite #basic blush bottles will be the focus of this summer's PINKNIC, a picnic and music festival put on by the founders of La Nuit en Rosé at Governors Island.  

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/08/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • Opera in the park

    07/08/2016

    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 

  • Inforum at Jacob Javits Center (3 blocks from The Out Hotel)

    07/09/2016

    Inforum 2016 is the most comprehensive conference Infor offers customers. Inforum 2016 is a prime opportunity to gather with and learn from like-minded colleagues, hear the latest strategy updates and product announcements from the Infor senior management team, learn about new directions for your industry, interact with a broad range of partners, and experience the hands-on education and learning you expect.

    Top 5 reasons you should attend:

    1. Dive deep into your existing products to maximize your software investment.
    2. Learn about the innovation driving our latest technology
    3. Test-drive and learn about the newest products.
    4. Connect with peers, and Infor technology, product, and industry experts.
    5. Hear first-hand updates on the Infor vision and plans.
  • Pinknic

    07/09/2016

    Governor’s Island; July 9, 10; $55-$65
    Everyone’s favorite #basic blush bottles will be the focus of this summer's PINKNIC, a picnic and music festival put on by the founders of La Nuit en Rosé at Governors Island.  

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/09/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • Opera in the park

    07/09/2016

    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 

  • Inforum at Jacob Javits Center (3 blocks from The Out Hotel)

    07/10/2016

    Inforum 2016 is the most comprehensive conference Infor offers customers. Inforum 2016 is a prime opportunity to gather with and learn from like-minded colleagues, hear the latest strategy updates and product announcements from the Infor senior management team, learn about new directions for your industry, interact with a broad range of partners, and experience the hands-on education and learning you expect.

    Top 5 reasons you should attend:

    1. Dive deep into your existing products to maximize your software investment.
    2. Learn about the innovation driving our latest technology
    3. Test-drive and learn about the newest products.
    4. Connect with peers, and Infor technology, product, and industry experts.
    5. Hear first-hand updates on the Infor vision and plans.
  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/10/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • Opera in the park

    07/10/2016

    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 

  • Texworld USA - Jacob Javits Center

    07/11/2016

    The Javits Center invites you to join them for North America’s largest sourcing event for apparel fabric buyers, research and product development specialist, designers, merchandisers and overseas sourcing professionals. 

    Held bi-annually, Texworld USA provides the opportunity to meet directly with a wide range of manufacturers from Asia, the Middle East, North America and from many other regions from around the globe.  See in-demand, affordable apparel fabrics, trims and accessories for every product line – women, men, juniors and children/infant wear.

    This is a must attend event for professionals in every facet of the industry – ready to be inspired by fabrics, influenced by the latest trends and introduced to a host of reliable, cutting-edge apparel textile companies.

    Make plans now to join us July 12-14, 2016, for three days of sourcing, seminars and networking at the Javits Convention Center, located at 655 West 34th Street.

  • Inforum at Jacob Javits Center (3 blocks from The Out Hotel)

    07/11/2016

    Inforum 2016 is the most comprehensive conference Infor offers customers. Inforum 2016 is a prime opportunity to gather with and learn from like-minded colleagues, hear the latest strategy updates and product announcements from the Infor senior management team, learn about new directions for your industry, interact with a broad range of partners, and experience the hands-on education and learning you expect.

    Top 5 reasons you should attend:

    1. Dive deep into your existing products to maximize your software investment.
    2. Learn about the innovation driving our latest technology
    3. Test-drive and learn about the newest products.
    4. Connect with peers, and Infor technology, product, and industry experts.
    5. Hear first-hand updates on the Infor vision and plans.
  • Celebrate Flatiron Chefs

    07/11/2016

    Madison Square Park; July 12; $200-$350

    The Flatiron District’s top toques, including April Bloomfield (the John Dory Oyster Bar), Enrique Olvera (Cosme) and Tom Colicchio (Craftbat), join forces for this park-set tasting hosted by the Madison Park Conservancy.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/11/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • Opera in the park

    07/11/2016

    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 

  • Texworld USA - Jacob Javits Center

    07/12/2016

    The Javits Center invites you to join them for North America’s largest sourcing event for apparel fabric buyers, research and product development specialist, designers, merchandisers and overseas sourcing professionals. 

    Held bi-annually, Texworld USA provides the opportunity to meet directly with a wide range of manufacturers from Asia, the Middle East, North America and from many other regions from around the globe.  See in-demand, affordable apparel fabrics, trims and accessories for every product line – women, men, juniors and children/infant wear.

    This is a must attend event for professionals in every facet of the industry – ready to be inspired by fabrics, influenced by the latest trends and introduced to a host of reliable, cutting-edge apparel textile companies.

    Make plans now to join us July 12-14, 2016, for three days of sourcing, seminars and networking at the Javits Convention Center, located at 655 West 34th Street.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/12/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • Opera in the park

    07/12/2016

    The Summer Recital Series by the Metropolitan Opera features opera performances in various parks. 

  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/13/2016

    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under 16 free.

    The most important postwar artist you’ve probably never heard of, Bruce Conner (1933–2008) was a pioneer of the West Coast scene, found-object assemblage and found-footage film. Cold War consumerism and paranoia were prime targets for his work. This show is the first complete retrospective of his 50-year career.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/13/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • Broadway hits in the park

    07/13/2016

    Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons at Broadway in Bryant Park.

  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/14/2016

    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under 16 free.

    The most important postwar artist you’ve probably never heard of, Bruce Conner (1933–2008) was a pioneer of the West Coast scene, found-object assemblage and found-footage film. Cold War consumerism and paranoia were prime targets for his work. This show is the first complete retrospective of his 50-year career.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/14/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/15/2016

    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under 16 free.

    The most important postwar artist you’ve probably never heard of, Bruce Conner (1933–2008) was a pioneer of the West Coast scene, found-object assemblage and found-footage film. Cold War consumerism and paranoia were prime targets for his work. This show is the first complete retrospective of his 50-year career.

  • Brooklyn Hip-hop Festival 

    07/15/2016

    Brooklyn Bridge Park; July 16; $45–$180.90

    Queens legend Nas heads the bill on 12th edition of this summertime staple, which brands itself as "unapologetically and undeniably hip-hop." Also make sure to catch Brooklyn MCs Fabolous and Talib Kweli, and up-and-comer Rapsody.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/15/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/16/2016

    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under 16 free.

    The most important postwar artist you’ve probably never heard of, Bruce Conner (1933–2008) was a pioneer of the West Coast scene, found-object assemblage and found-footage film. Cold War consumerism and paranoia were prime targets for his work. This show is the first complete retrospective of his 50-year career.

  • Brooklyn Ice Cream Takedown

    07/16/2016

    The Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club; July 17; $20
    Ice-cream experts from Ample Hills Creamery and Cool Haus will judge the latest edition of the popular food-smackdown series—and yes, there will be scoops for tasting, too.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/16/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/17/2016

    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under 16 free.

    The most important postwar artist you’ve probably never heard of, Bruce Conner (1933–2008) was a pioneer of the West Coast scene, found-object assemblage and found-footage film. Cold War consumerism and paranoia were prime targets for his work. This show is the first complete retrospective of his 50-year career.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/17/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/18/2016

    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under 16 free.

    The most important postwar artist you’ve probably never heard of, Bruce Conner (1933–2008) was a pioneer of the West Coast scene, found-object assemblage and found-footage film. Cold War consumerism and paranoia were prime targets for his work. This show is the first complete retrospective of his 50-year career.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/18/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    07/19/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA

    07/19/2016

    "Bruce Conner: It's All True" at the MoMA; July 3–Oct 2; $25, seniors $18, students $14, children under 16 free.

    The most important postwar artist you’ve probably never heard of, Bruce Conner (1933–2008) was a pioneer of the West Coast scene, found-object assemblage and found-footage film. Cold War consumerism and paranoia were prime targets for his work. This show is the first complete retrospective of his 50-year career.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/19/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    07/20/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/20/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • Broadway hits in the park

    07/20/2016

    Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons at Broadway in Bryant Park.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    07/21/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • Panorama Fest

    07/21/2016

    Randall's Island; July 22-24; $99 single day pass , $319 3-day pass

    Now that GovBall's over, it's time for Randall's Island to play host to the city's other biggest music fest. We're curious to see how the new event fares in its first edition. Considering this year's star-studded lineup features Arcade Fire, Kendrick Lamar, and a LCD Soundsystem reunion in the headlining slots, we expect good things.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/21/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    07/22/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • Panorama Fest

    07/22/2016

    Randall's Island; July 22-24; $99 single day pass , $319 3-day pass

    Now that GovBall's over, it's time for Randall's Island to play host to the city's other biggest music fest. We're curious to see how the new event fares in its first edition. Considering this year's star-studded lineup features Arcade Fire, Kendrick Lamar, and a LCD Soundsystem reunion in the headlining slots, we expect good things.

  • Guns N Roses

    07/22/2016

    MetLife Stadium; July 23; $50.50–$285
    You might have to sit through a healthy dose of Chinese Democracy at this much-discussed Guns n Roses reunion, but rest assured, the classic lineup will make it to all its legendary glam-metal hits as well. Slash, Axl, and Duff McKagan playing "Welcome to the Jungle?" Try not to pump your fist.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/22/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    07/23/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • Panorama Fest

    07/23/2016

    Randall's Island; July 22-24; $99 single day pass , $319 3-day pass

    Now that GovBall's over, it's time for Randall's Island to play host to the city's other biggest music fest. We're curious to see how the new event fares in its first edition. Considering this year's star-studded lineup features Arcade Fire, Kendrick Lamar, and a LCD Soundsystem reunion in the headlining slots, we expect good things.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/23/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/24/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    07/25/2016

    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18; 18 and under free

    A Qatari-American artist, writer and filmmaker Sophia Al-Maria makes her U.S. museum debut with a new series of videos inspired by Gruen transfer, a term in shopping mall design to describe a method of deliberately complicating floor plans so confused consumers buy more.

  • Radiohead

    07/25/2016

    Madison Square Garden; July 26, 27; $80
    Radiohead's borderline frighteningly-obsessive fan base has plenty to look forward to at this year's Moon Shaped Pool tour. In addition to starry-eyed new material—like the unsettling drift of "Daydreaming"—there's also old material disguised as new material—the raw, acoustic live gem "True Love Waits" in its glistening new album form. The most exciting news, however, might be about a song straight-up ancient: the crew just played their quasi-disowned 1992 megahit "Creep" for the first time in-concert in 7 years.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/25/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    07/26/2016

    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18; 18 and under free

    A Qatari-American artist, writer and filmmaker Sophia Al-Maria makes her U.S. museum debut with a new series of videos inspired by Gruen transfer, a term in shopping mall design to describe a method of deliberately complicating floor plans so confused consumers buy more.

  • Radiohead

    07/26/2016

    Madison Square Garden; July 26, 27; $80
    Radiohead's borderline frighteningly-obsessive fan base has plenty to look forward to at this year's Moon Shaped Pool tour. In addition to starry-eyed new material—like the unsettling drift of "Daydreaming"—there's also old material disguised as new material—the raw, acoustic live gem "True Love Waits" in its glistening new album form. The most exciting news, however, might be about a song straight-up ancient: the crew just played their quasi-disowned 1992 megahit "Creep" for the first time in-concert in 7 years.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/26/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    07/27/2016

    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18; 18 and under free

    A Qatari-American artist, writer and filmmaker Sophia Al-Maria makes her U.S. museum debut with a new series of videos inspired by Gruen transfer, a term in shopping mall design to describe a method of deliberately complicating floor plans so confused consumers buy more.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/27/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • Broadway hits in the park

    07/27/2016

    Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons at Broadway in Bryant Park.

  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    07/28/2016

    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18; 18 and under free

    A Qatari-American artist, writer and filmmaker Sophia Al-Maria makes her U.S. museum debut with a new series of videos inspired by Gruen transfer, a term in shopping mall design to describe a method of deliberately complicating floor plans so confused consumers buy more.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/28/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    07/29/2016

    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18; 18 and under free

    A Qatari-American artist, writer and filmmaker Sophia Al-Maria makes her U.S. museum debut with a new series of videos inspired by Gruen transfer, a term in shopping mall design to describe a method of deliberately complicating floor plans so confused consumers buy more.

  • Brooklyn Lobster Fest

    07/29/2016

    The Hall at MP; July 7–30; $15 general admission, $35 for lobster plate
    Have a crustacean-filled July with this lobster-lovers festival in Williamsburg, which paired shellfish-based dishes with live sets of yacht rock and jazz funk throughout the month.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    07/30/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • “Sophia Al-Maria: Black"

    07/30/2016

    "Sophia Al-Maria: Black" Whitney Museum of American Art; July 26–Oct 31; $22; seniors, students $18; 18 and under free

    A Qatari-American artist, writer and filmmaker Sophia Al-Maria makes her U.S. museum debut with a new series of videos inspired by Gruen transfer, a term in shopping mall design to describe a method of deliberately complicating floor plans so confused consumers buy more.

  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    07/31/2016

    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while on a vacation in New York, are separated from their parents. The city magically comes to life to show them its many splendid wonders and helps to reunite their family in the end.  Show ends August 7th 2016! 

  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    08/01/2016

    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while on a vacation in New York, are separated from their parents. The city magically comes to life to show them its many splendid wonders and helps to reunite their family in the end.  Show ends August 7th 2016! 

  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    08/02/2016

    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while on a vacation in New York, are separated from their parents. The city magically comes to life to show them its many splendid wonders and helps to reunite their family in the end.  Show ends August 7th 2016! 

  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    08/03/2016

    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while on a vacation in New York, are separated from their parents. The city magically comes to life to show them its many splendid wonders and helps to reunite their family in the end.  Show ends August 7th 2016! 

  • Broadway hits in the park

    08/03/2016

    Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons at Broadway in Bryant Park.

  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    08/04/2016

    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while on a vacation in New York, are separated from their parents. The city magically comes to life to show them its many splendid wonders and helps to reunite their family in the end.  Show ends August 7th 2016! 

  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    08/05/2016

    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while on a vacation in New York, are separated from their parents. The city magically comes to life to show them its many splendid wonders and helps to reunite their family in the end.  Show ends August 7th 2016! 

  • Rockettes New York Spectacular

    08/06/2016

    Celebrate New York City in the summertime watching the trip of a lifetime for two kids, who, while on a vacation in New York, are separated from their parents. The city magically comes to life to show them its many splendid wonders and helps to reunite their family in the end.  Show ends August 7th 2016! 

  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/07/2016

    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition. 

    The Costume Institute's spring 2016 exhibition will explore the impact of new technology on fashion, and how designers are reconciling the handmade and the machine-made in the creation of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear. The exhibition will propose a new view in which the hand (manus) and the machine (machina), often presented as oppositional, are equal protagonists.


    With more than one hundred ensembles, dating from an 1880s Worth gown to a 2015 Chanel suit, manus x machina will look into the founding of the haute couture in the nineteenth century, and the emergence of a distinction between the hand and machine at the onset of industrialization and mass production. It will reexamine the dichotomy in which the hand and the machine are presented as discordant tools in the creative process, and question the significance of the time-honored distinction between haute couture and ready-to-wear.

  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/08/2016

    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition. 

    The Costume Institute's spring 2016 exhibition will explore the impact of new technology on fashion, and how designers are reconciling the handmade and the machine-made in the creation of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear. The exhibition will propose a new view in which the hand (manus) and the machine (machina), often presented as oppositional, are equal protagonists.


    With more than one hundred ensembles, dating from an 1880s Worth gown to a 2015 Chanel suit, manus x machina will look into the founding of the haute couture in the nineteenth century, and the emergence of a distinction between the hand and machine at the onset of industrialization and mass production. It will reexamine the dichotomy in which the hand and the machine are presented as discordant tools in the creative process, and question the significance of the time-honored distinction between haute couture and ready-to-wear.

  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/09/2016

    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition. 

    The Costume Institute's spring 2016 exhibition will explore the impact of new technology on fashion, and how designers are reconciling the handmade and the machine-made in the creation of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear. The exhibition will propose a new view in which the hand (manus) and the machine (machina), often presented as oppositional, are equal protagonists.


    With more than one hundred ensembles, dating from an 1880s Worth gown to a 2015 Chanel suit, manus x machina will look into the founding of the haute couture in the nineteenth century, and the emergence of a distinction between the hand and machine at the onset of industrialization and mass production. It will reexamine the dichotomy in which the hand and the machine are presented as discordant tools in the creative process, and question the significance of the time-honored distinction between haute couture and ready-to-wear.

  • Amazon Web Services User Summit at The Javits Center 

    08/09/2016

    Amazon Web Services User Summit at The Javits Center 

    Whether you are new to the cloud or an experienced user, you will learn something new at an AWS Summit. These events, held around the world, are designed to educate new customers about the AWS platform and offer existing customers deep technical content to be more successful with AWS. 

    All AWS Summits feature a keynote address highlighting the latest announcements from AWS and customer testimonials, technical sessions led by AWS engineers, and hands-on technical training. You will learn best practices for deploying applications on AWS, optimizing performance, monitoring cloud resources, managing security, cutting costs, and more. You will also have opportunities to meet AWS staff and partners to get your technical questions answered.

    The AWS Summits will give you tools and information to help you successfully navigate the AWS Cloud. Space is limited so reserve your free seat today.

  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/10/2016

    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition. 

    The Costume Institute's spring 2016 exhibition will explore the impact of new technology on fashion, and how designers are reconciling the handmade and the machine-made in the creation of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear. The exhibition will propose a new view in which the hand (manus) and the machine (machina), often presented as oppositional, are equal protagonists.


    With more than one hundred ensembles, dating from an 1880s Worth gown to a 2015 Chanel suit, manus x machina will look into the founding of the haute couture in the nineteenth century, and the emergence of a distinction between the hand and machine at the onset of industrialization and mass production. It will reexamine the dichotomy in which the hand and the machine are presented as discordant tools in the creative process, and question the significance of the time-honored distinction between haute couture and ready-to-wear.

  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/11/2016

    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition. 

    The Costume Institute's spring 2016 exhibition will explore the impact of new technology on fashion, and how designers are reconciling the handmade and the machine-made in the creation of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear. The exhibition will propose a new view in which the hand (manus) and the machine (machina), often presented as oppositional, are equal protagonists.


    With more than one hundred ensembles, dating from an 1880s Worth gown to a 2015 Chanel suit, manus x machina will look into the founding of the haute couture in the nineteenth century, and the emergence of a distinction between the hand and machine at the onset of industrialization and mass production. It will reexamine the dichotomy in which the hand and the machine are presented as discordant tools in the creative process, and question the significance of the time-honored distinction between haute couture and ready-to-wear.

  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/12/2016

    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition. 

    The Costume Institute's spring 2016 exhibition will explore the impact of new technology on fashion, and how designers are reconciling the handmade and the machine-made in the creation of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear. The exhibition will propose a new view in which the hand (manus) and the machine (machina), often presented as oppositional, are equal protagonists.


    With more than one hundred ensembles, dating from an 1880s Worth gown to a 2015 Chanel suit, manus x machina will look into the founding of the haute couture in the nineteenth century, and the emergence of a distinction between the hand and machine at the onset of industrialization and mass production. It will reexamine the dichotomy in which the hand and the machine are presented as discordant tools in the creative process, and question the significance of the time-honored distinction between haute couture and ready-to-wear.

  • The Jazz Age Lawn Party 2016

    08/12/2016

    The Jazz Age Lawn Party 2016 is a spectacular summer tradition on gorgeous Governors Island. Step onto the ferry, and back in time, with thousands of others dressed to the 1920s nines and enjoy music from Michael Arenella and his Dreamland Orchestra, learn the Charleston and sip on cocktails in the sunshine. It’s one of the best thigns to do outside (besides the New York beaches and rooftop bars, of course).  

    What is the the Jazz Age Lawn Party?

    The Jazz Age Lawn Party is a 1920s-themed party where attendees are encouraged to wear period dress, try classic cocktails and dance along to live jazz taking place over two weekends in the summer. The first weekend is June 11 and June 12, 2016 and the second weekend is August 13 and August 14, 2016.

    Where is the Jazz Age Lawn Party?

    Each year the Jazz Age Lawn Party takes place at the Colonel’s Row on Governors Island.

    What can you drink at the Jazz Age Lawn Party?

    The shindig is offering a drink by Flatiron Lounge co-owner Julie Reiner called Americano de Robert, which pays homage to the founder of St-Germain Robert Cooper. Other original cocktails include Strike Up the Band, a Collins-style cocktail with strawberries and gin, and Flapper’s Delight, a summer fizz with elderflower and juniper.

    What can you eat at the Jazz Age Lawn Party?

    New food vendors Melt Bakery, Mom’s Cooking and An Artistic Taste offer up tasty bites among usual mainstays.

    Who will be performing at the Jazz Age Lawn Party?

    In addition to Arenella and his indispensable Jazz Age orchestra, this week’s party features premiere performances from the Dreamland Follies and the Canarsie Wobblers, as well as jazz from Queen Esther and piano from Peter Mintun.

  • EcoFest

    08/13/2016

    Ecofest has exhibits about alternative energy and the environment, green vehicles, an eco fashion show, food, and entertainment on Broadway at 43rd. Free.

  • Manus x Machina; Fashion in an age of Technology

    08/13/2016

    Last week to check out The Costume Institue's Spring 2016 exhibition. 

    The Costume Institute's spring 2016 exhibition will explore the impact of new technology on fashion, and how designers are reconciling the handmade and the machine-made in the creation of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear. The exhibition will propose a new view in which the hand (manus) and the machine (machina), often presented as oppositional, are equal protagonists.


    With more than one hundred ensembles, dating from an 1880s Worth gown to a 2015 Chanel suit, manus x machina will look into the founding of the haute couture in the nineteenth century, and the emergence of a distinction between the hand and machine at the onset of industrialization and mass production. It will reexamine the dichotomy in which the hand and the machine are presented as discordant tools in the creative process, and question the significance of the time-honored distinction between haute couture and ready-to-wear.

  • The Jazz Age Lawn Party 2016

    08/13/2016

    The Jazz Age Lawn Party 2016 is a spectacular summer tradition on gorgeous Governors Island. Step onto the ferry, and back in time, with thousands of others dressed to the 1920s nines and enjoy music from Michael Arenella and his Dreamland Orchestra, learn the Charleston and sip on cocktails in the sunshine. It’s one of the best thigns to do outside (besides the New York beaches and rooftop bars, of course).  

    What is the the Jazz Age Lawn Party?

    The Jazz Age Lawn Party is a 1920s-themed party where attendees are encouraged to wear period dress, try classic cocktails and dance along to live jazz taking place over two weekends in the summer. The first weekend is June 11 and June 12, 2016 and the second weekend is August 13 and August 14, 2016.

    Where is the Jazz Age Lawn Party?

    Each year the Jazz Age Lawn Party takes place at the Colonel’s Row on Governors Island.

    What can you drink at the Jazz Age Lawn Party?

    The shindig is offering a drink by Flatiron Lounge co-owner Julie Reiner called Americano de Robert, which pays homage to the founder of St-Germain Robert Cooper. Other original cocktails include Strike Up the Band, a Collins-style cocktail with strawberries and gin, and Flapper’s Delight, a summer fizz with elderflower and juniper.

    What can you eat at the Jazz Age Lawn Party?

    New food vendors Melt Bakery, Mom’s Cooking and An Artistic Taste offer up tasty bites among usual mainstays.

    Who will be performing at the Jazz Age Lawn Party?

    In addition to Arenella and his indispensable Jazz Age orchestra, this week’s party features premiere performances from the Dreamland Follies and the Canarsie Wobblers, as well as jazz from Queen Esther and piano from Peter Mintun.

  • Yankees Baseball Game

    08/14/2016

    New York Yankees play the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium 7:05pm.

  • Yankees Baseball Game

    08/15/2016

    New York Yankees play the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium 7:05pm.

  • Lobster & beer sail

    08/15/2016

    Enjoy lobster rolls from Luke’s Lobster, coleslaw, potato salad, craft beer, and a two-hour cruise around Lower Manhattan on Lobster & Beer Lovers Sail aboard Clipper City Tall Ship, leaving Battery Park. Discount tickets $76.

  • Baseball -Yankees vs. Blue Jays

    08/16/2016

    New York Yankees play the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium 1:05pm.

  • Soccer

    08/19/2016

    Watch New York City FC play Los Angeles Galaxy at Yankee Stadium. 

    Discount tickets $38.

  • NY NOW, The Market for Home & Lifestyle

    08/19/2016

    NY NOW, the Market for HOME + LIFESTYLE (formerly New York International Gift Fair), is the premiere U.S. event for the best products and lines across the home, lifestyle and gift spectrum. Produced twice annually in January and August, the Market is organized into three Collections -- HOME, LIFESTYLE and HANDMADE (including Artisan Resource®) to help independent and specialty retail buyers, interior designers/firms, distributors, importers and wholesalers find everything they’re looking for from the 2,500 exhibitors and 400 product categories. Artisan Resource, a first of its kind, is the Market’s production-sourcing venue for overseas artisan enterprises to showcase their products and production capabilities – at export terms – from their country of origin. Set in the center of creativity and commerce that is New York City, 25,000+ buyers representing more than 13,300 companies travel from all 50 states and 80 foreign countries to each Market. With 400+ trade and consumer media outlets, NY NOW also offers an unparalleled opportunity for brand exposure to generate retailer and consumer awareness of the latest new products showcased.

  • NY NOW, The Market for Home & Lifestyle

    08/20/2016

    NY NOW, the Market for HOME + LIFESTYLE (formerly New York International Gift Fair), is the premiere U.S. event for the best products and lines across the home, lifestyle and gift spectrum. Produced twice annually in January and August, the Market is organized into three Collections -- HOME, LIFESTYLE and HANDMADE (including Artisan Resource®) to help independent and specialty retail buyers, interior designers/firms, distributors, importers and wholesalers find everything they’re looking for from the 2,500 exhibitors and 400 product categories. Artisan Resource, a first of its kind, is the Market’s production-sourcing venue for overseas artisan enterprises to showcase their products and production capabilities – at export terms – from their country of origin. Set in the center of creativity and commerce that is New York City, 25,000+ buyers representing more than 13,300 companies travel from all 50 states and 80 foreign countries to each Market. With 400+ trade and consumer media outlets, NY NOW also offers an unparalleled opportunity for brand exposure to generate retailer and consumer awareness of the latest new products showcased.

  • NY NOW, The Market for Home & Lifestyle

    08/21/2016

    NY NOW, the Market for HOME + LIFESTYLE (formerly New York International Gift Fair), is the premiere U.S. event for the best products and lines across the home, lifestyle and gift spectrum. Produced twice annually in January and August, the Market is organized into three Collections -- HOME, LIFESTYLE and HANDMADE (including Artisan Resource®) to help independent and specialty retail buyers, interior designers/firms, distributors, importers and wholesalers find everything they’re looking for from the 2,500 exhibitors and 400 product categories. Artisan Resource, a first of its kind, is the Market’s production-sourcing venue for overseas artisan enterprises to showcase their products and production capabilities – at export terms – from their country of origin. Set in the center of creativity and commerce that is New York City, 25,000+ buyers representing more than 13,300 companies travel from all 50 states and 80 foreign countries to each Market. With 400+ trade and consumer media outlets, NY NOW also offers an unparalleled opportunity for brand exposure to generate retailer and consumer awareness of the latest new products showcased.

  • NY NOW, The Market for Home & Lifestyle

    08/22/2016

    NY NOW, the Market for HOME + LIFESTYLE (formerly New York International Gift Fair), is the premiere U.S. event for the best products and lines across the home, lifestyle and gift spectrum. Produced twice annually in January and August, the Market is organized into three Collections -- HOME, LIFESTYLE and HANDMADE (including Artisan Resource®) to help independent and specialty retail buyers, interior designers/firms, distributors, importers and wholesalers find everything they’re looking for from the 2,500 exhibitors and 400 product categories. Artisan Resource, a first of its kind, is the Market’s production-sourcing venue for overseas artisan enterprises to showcase their products and production capabilities – at export terms – from their country of origin. Set in the center of creativity and commerce that is New York City, 25,000+ buyers representing more than 13,300 companies travel from all 50 states and 80 foreign countries to each Market. With 400+ trade and consumer media outlets, NY NOW also offers an unparalleled opportunity for brand exposure to generate retailer and consumer awareness of the latest new products showcased.

  • Annual Central Park Film Festival FREE

    08/24/2016

    August 25-29, 2015

    Every year in August, Central Park hosts a week of evening film screenings in the landscape just north of Sheep Meadow and south of the 72nd St. Cross Drive. Attending the Central Park Film Festival is free, the gates open at 6:30pm and movies start at 8pm. Make sure to bring your picnic and blanket!

  • Annual Central Park Film Festival FREE

    08/25/2016

    August 25-29, 2015

    Every year in August, Central Park hosts a week of evening film screenings in the landscape just north of Sheep Meadow and south of the 72nd St. Cross Drive. Attending the Central Park Film Festival is free, the gates open at 6:30pm and movies start at 8pm. Make sure to bring your picnic and blanket!

  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    08/26/2016

    August 29 – September 7, 2015

    The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings of performances featuring the company’s leading artists in a varied selection of operas by Bartók, Bizet, Gounod, Mozart, Offenbach, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, and Verdi on a large screen in Lincoln Center Plaza. The festival opens on on Friday, August 28th, with a special presentation of the classic 1961 movie musical West Side Story. No tickets are required for the festival. More than 3,100 seats will be available each night, plus space for overflow crowds on the plaza.

  • Annual Central Park Film Festival FREE

    08/27/2016

    August 25-29, 2015

    Every year in August, Central Park hosts a week of evening film screenings in the landscape just north of Sheep Meadow and south of the 72nd St. Cross Drive. Attending the Central Park Film Festival is free, the gates open at 6:30pm and movies start at 8pm. Make sure to bring your picnic and blanket!

  • Annual Central Park Film Festival FREE

    08/28/2016

    August 25-29, 2015

    Every year in August, Central Park hosts a week of evening film screenings in the landscape just north of Sheep Meadow and south of the 72nd St. Cross Drive. Attending the Central Park Film Festival is free, the gates open at 6:30pm and movies start at 8pm. Make sure to bring your picnic and blanket!

  • US Open

    08/28/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    08/29/2016

    August 29 – September 7, 2015

    The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings of performances featuring the company’s leading artists in a varied selection of operas by Bartók, Bizet, Gounod, Mozart, Offenbach, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, and Verdi on a large screen in Lincoln Center Plaza. The festival opens on on Friday, August 28th, with a special presentation of the classic 1961 movie musical West Side Story. No tickets are required for the festival. More than 3,100 seats will be available each night, plus space for overflow crowds on the plaza.

  • US Open

    08/29/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    08/30/2016

    August 29 – September 7, 2015

    The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings of performances featuring the company’s leading artists in a varied selection of operas by Bartók, Bizet, Gounod, Mozart, Offenbach, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, and Verdi on a large screen in Lincoln Center Plaza. The festival opens on on Friday, August 28th, with a special presentation of the classic 1961 movie musical West Side Story. No tickets are required for the festival. More than 3,100 seats will be available each night, plus space for overflow crowds on the plaza.

  • US Open

    08/30/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    08/31/2016

    August 29 – September 7, 2015

    The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings of performances featuring the company’s leading artists in a varied selection of operas by Bartók, Bizet, Gounod, Mozart, Offenbach, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, and Verdi on a large screen in Lincoln Center Plaza. The festival opens on on Friday, August 28th, with a special presentation of the classic 1961 movie musical West Side Story. No tickets are required for the festival. More than 3,100 seats will be available each night, plus space for overflow crowds on the plaza.

  • US Open

    08/31/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    09/01/2016

    August 29 – September 7, 2015

    The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings of performances featuring the company’s leading artists in a varied selection of operas by Bartók, Bizet, Gounod, Mozart, Offenbach, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, and Verdi on a large screen in Lincoln Center Plaza. The festival opens on on Friday, August 28th, with a special presentation of the classic 1961 movie musical West Side Story. No tickets are required for the festival. More than 3,100 seats will be available each night, plus space for overflow crowds on the plaza.

  • Star Trek 2016

    09/01/2016

    Star Trek Mission: New York is the ultimate destination for Star Trek fans, filled with interactive exhibits, exclusive merchandise, celebrity guests, panels, screenings and much more.  Fueled by a new movie in July 2016 and an upcoming television series in 2017, this will be the not-to-miss Star Trek event of the year!

    In collaboration with CBS Consumer Products, Star Trek: Mission New York provides exclusive access to content, personalities, and news about past and upcoming films and television.  Star Trek: Mission New York will be an immersive experience featuring props and replicas from the TV shows and films, exclusive screenings, celebrity guests, panels featuring creators and film stars, and exclusive merchandise in the Official Store.

  • The Electric Zoo 2016 Festival

    09/01/2016

    The Electric Zoo 2016 Festival is poised to take over Labor Day Weekend, bringing hoards of EDM fans to Randall's Island for the event's eighth summer. The festival has become an unmissable attraction on the electronic-dance-music circuit, featuring a wide range of artists both top name and underground. Get on your dancing shoes and best festival clothing and enjoy the tunes.

    This year, Electric Zoo will take place Friday, September 2, 2016–Sunday, September 4, 2016 at Randall's Island Park, New York City.

  • US Open

    09/01/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    09/02/2016

    August 29 – September 7, 2015

    The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings of performances featuring the company’s leading artists in a varied selection of operas by Bartók, Bizet, Gounod, Mozart, Offenbach, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, and Verdi on a large screen in Lincoln Center Plaza. The festival opens on on Friday, August 28th, with a special presentation of the classic 1961 movie musical West Side Story. No tickets are required for the festival. More than 3,100 seats will be available each night, plus space for overflow crowds on the plaza.

  • Star Trek 2016

    09/02/2016

    Star Trek Mission: New York is the ultimate destination for Star Trek fans, filled with interactive exhibits, exclusive merchandise, celebrity guests, panels, screenings and much more.  Fueled by a new movie in July 2016 and an upcoming television series in 2017, this will be the not-to-miss Star Trek event of the year!

    In collaboration with CBS Consumer Products, Star Trek: Mission New York provides exclusive access to content, personalities, and news about past and upcoming films and television.  Star Trek: Mission New York will be an immersive experience featuring props and replicas from the TV shows and films, exclusive screenings, celebrity guests, panels featuring creators and film stars, and exclusive merchandise in the Official Store.

  • The Electric Zoo 2016 Festival

    09/02/2016

    The Electric Zoo 2016 Festival is poised to take over Labor Day Weekend, bringing hoards of EDM fans to Randall's Island for the event's eighth summer. The festival has become an unmissable attraction on the electronic-dance-music circuit, featuring a wide range of artists both top name and underground. Get on your dancing shoes and best festival clothing and enjoy the tunes.

    This year, Electric Zoo will take place Friday, September 2, 2016–Sunday, September 4, 2016 at Randall's Island Park, New York City.

  • US Open

    09/02/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    09/03/2016

    August 29 – September 7, 2015

    The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings of performances featuring the company’s leading artists in a varied selection of operas by Bartók, Bizet, Gounod, Mozart, Offenbach, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, and Verdi on a large screen in Lincoln Center Plaza. The festival opens on on Friday, August 28th, with a special presentation of the classic 1961 movie musical West Side Story. No tickets are required for the festival. More than 3,100 seats will be available each night, plus space for overflow crowds on the plaza.

  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    09/04/2016

    August 29 – September 7, 2015

    The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings of performances featuring the company’s leading artists in a varied selection of operas by Bartók, Bizet, Gounod, Mozart, Offenbach, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, and Verdi on a large screen in Lincoln Center Plaza. The festival opens on on Friday, August 28th, with a special presentation of the classic 1961 movie musical West Side Story. No tickets are required for the festival. More than 3,100 seats will be available each night, plus space for overflow crowds on the plaza.

  • US Open

    09/04/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    09/05/2016

    August 29 – September 7, 2015

    The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings of performances featuring the company’s leading artists in a varied selection of operas by Bartók, Bizet, Gounod, Mozart, Offenbach, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, and Verdi on a large screen in Lincoln Center Plaza. The festival opens on on Friday, August 28th, with a special presentation of the classic 1961 movie musical West Side Story. No tickets are required for the festival. More than 3,100 seats will be available each night, plus space for overflow crowds on the plaza.

  • US Open

    09/05/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • Metropolitan Opera – Summer HD Festival FREE

    09/06/2016

    August 29 – September 7, 2015

    The popular Summer HD Festival returns for a sixth year, with 10 screenings of performances featuring the company’s leading artists in a varied selection of operas by Bartók, Bizet, Gounod, Mozart, Offenbach, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, and Verdi on a large screen in Lincoln Center Plaza. The festival opens on on Friday, August 28th, with a special presentation of the classic 1961 movie musical West Side Story. No tickets are required for the festival. More than 3,100 seats will be available each night, plus space for overflow crowds on the plaza.

  • US Open

    09/06/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • US Open

    09/07/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • US Open

    09/08/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • US Open

    09/09/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • US Open

    09/10/2016

    The world’s best tennis players compete in this high-stakes tournament, one of the Grand Slam events on the pro tennis tour. It’s almost as much fun to spot the many celebrities in the stands as it is to watch the matches.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/18/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/19/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/20/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/21/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/22/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/23/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • "The Keeper"  at the New Museum

    09/24/2016

    "The Keeper"  at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; July 20–Sept 25; $16, seniors $14, students $10, children under 18 free.

    The compulsion to collect spans everything from major institutions amassing high-art holdings to individual hoarders burying themselves alive with crap. But what determines what’s worth keeping and what is not? This fascinating show delves into exactly that question.

  • Comic Con New York

    10/05/2016

    Indulge your inner superhero with a visit to this annual convention, where you can buy merchandise related to your favorite comic book, video game, or graphic novel, and meet the authors and performers who bring the characters to life. Comic Con is held in the Javits Center, just a few moments from the hotel.

  • Comic Con New York

    10/06/2016

    Indulge your inner superhero with a visit to this annual convention, where you can buy merchandise related to your favorite comic book, video game, or graphic novel, and meet the authors and performers who bring the characters to life. Comic Con is held in the Javits Center, just a few moments from the hotel.

  • Comic Con New York

    10/07/2016

    Indulge your inner superhero with a visit to this annual convention, where you can buy merchandise related to your favorite comic book, video game, or graphic novel, and meet the authors and performers who bring the characters to life. Comic Con is held in the Javits Center, just a few moments from the hotel.

  • Comic Con New York

    10/08/2016

    Indulge your inner superhero with a visit to this annual convention, where you can buy merchandise related to your favorite comic book, video game, or graphic novel, and meet the authors and performers who bring the characters to life. Comic Con is held in the Javits Center, just a few moments from the hotel.

  • Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

    11/23/2016

    This yearly three-hour parade includes floats, balloons, musical performances, and high school marching bands from across the country. It’s been televised nationally for over 60 years.

  • Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting

    11/28/2016

    Mark the unofficial start to the holiday season by witnessing the lighting of the 75-foot tree that dominates Rockefeller Center Plaza. Enjoy live entertainment and a performance by the Rockettes during the festivities.

  • Near Year’s Eve Ball Drop

    12/30/2016

    Ring in the New Year with a million of your closest friends as you watch the famous ball drop from its perch atop One Times Square. No other place on earth hosts a New Year’s Eve party quite as spectacular.

  • American International Toy Fair

    01/31/2017

    This trade-only event, held in the nearby Javits Center, brings professionals from the toy industry together to exhibit and explore hundreds of thousands of toys and games, grouped by type.

  • Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

    02/01/2017

    Canines of every conceivable size and breed battle to be top dog in a range of competitions, culminating in the famed “Best in Show” event. The show is held at Madison Square Garden every February.

  • New York Fashion Week

    02/08/2017

    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties at various venues throughout the city. It’s a marquee event for those looking to catch a glimpse of tomorrow’s trends today.

  • New York Fashion Week

    02/09/2017

    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties at various venues throughout the city. It’s a marquee event for those looking to catch a glimpse of tomorrow’s trends today.

  • New York Fashion Week

    02/10/2017

    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties at various venues throughout the city. It’s a marquee event for those looking to catch a glimpse of tomorrow’s trends today.

  • New York Fashion Week

    02/11/2017

    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties at various venues throughout the city. It’s a marquee event for those looking to catch a glimpse of tomorrow’s trends today.

  • New York Fashion Week

    02/12/2017

    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties at various venues throughout the city. It’s a marquee event for those looking to catch a glimpse of tomorrow’s trends today.

  • New York Fashion Week

    02/13/2017

    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties at various venues throughout the city. It’s a marquee event for those looking to catch a glimpse of tomorrow’s trends today.

  • New York Fashion Week

    02/14/2017

    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties at various venues throughout the city. It’s a marquee event for those looking to catch a glimpse of tomorrow’s trends today.

  • New York Fashion Week

    02/15/2017

    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties at various venues throughout the city. It’s a marquee event for those looking to catch a glimpse of tomorrow’s trends today.

  • New York Fashion Week

    02/16/2017

    Twice a year, the world’s fashion elite descends upon Manhattan for a week of runway shows and parties at various venues throughout the city. It’s a marquee event for those looking to catch a glimpse of tomorrow’s trends today.

  • The Armory Show

    02/28/2017

    This yearly exhibition, held on Piers 92 and 94, showcases international modern art and draws collectors, curators, and connoisseurs from every corner of the globe.

  • New York International Auto Show

    03/31/2017

    Held in the Javits Center, just a short walk from the hotel, this show boasts cars and trucks ranging in style from classic to futuristic, stretched out over four floors. It’s a must-see for auto enthusiasts.