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Best venues, festivities and funny things in New York City. The BAMcinema festival shows the best of Brooklyn Academy of Harvey Theatre and BAM Rose Cinemas independently. Internationally acclaimed in the Commodore Barry Park, the festival will celebrate contemporary Africans arts with musical performances, dancing, story telling, handicrafts and grocery stores.
Follow the World Cup in action "live on a cinema big screen with seats" at the Paley Center for Media. At the New York Asian Film Festival, view current hits from China, Japan and South Korea. During the SummerStage, you will be able to listen to excellent local and international musical, theatre, comedy, dancing, talks and film. Following a scoring by Richard Strauss, Whipped Cream shows a young man eating too many candies in a confectionery in Vienna and imagining an adventurous journey with Princess Praline, Prince Coffee and Marching Marzipan at the American Ballet Theatre of the Metropolitan Opera.
The French Restaurant Day offers a range of offers in a dozen of French Restaurant in the course of the year. followed by a group at Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center. Observe the New York Yankees at an enthralling home match at Yankee Stadium. With a vivacious young man, a strange preacher, a hard-boiled greaser and a lavish salon maid in "a knee-slappin' new musical", played in New World Stages in 1890.
The Jersey City July 4 Experience features life tunes, theatre entertainments, a Mardi Gras, a dining car, a brewery and post darkness firework at Exchange Place. See skilled champ dinners battle it out with musical and entertaining matches at Nathan's Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest on Coney Island. Included in the package is a 1.5 hour view and a cup of bubbly or other drink on the yacht Manhattan, departing from Chelsea Piers (Pier 62).
Observe the New York Mets at an enthralling home match in Citi Field. The Generation Bridge Summer White Ball features DJ tunes, dance, a hearty meal and an open-plan, one-hour drink at 295 Fifth Avenue for children aged 21 and over. The Arab Street Festival has venues on Great Jones Street (from Broadway to Lafayette).
It' re full of improvised DJ' s, dance and real life tunes in the yard of the MoMA PS1 in Queens. CarCon shows traditional, modernized and extravagant cars as well as background information, grocery stores and lectures on a drive-up platform at Pier 94. Visit of four week-long Jazz and Classics shows in the summer gardens in the Museum of Modern Art's Skulpturengarten.
Eveningazz Cruise offers jazzy from a band, with drinks for purchase (one beverage included) and two hour Manhattan view on board a 1920s styled boat leaving from Pier 62 in Chelsea Piers. The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival will celebrate hip-hop music with podium debates, movies, exhibitions and a big final show in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
The Fresh Fruit Festival presents 40 works from the fields of lesbians and gays theatre, dancing, cinema, music and fine arts at The Wild Project Theatre. Listen to writers reading, ask your question and have your books autographed at Books Beneath the Bridge at Granite Prospect in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Visit the Lincoln Center for performances of classical opera, long evening performances and premières at the Mostly Mozart Festival, conducted by the festival orchester.
Join the French at the Bastille Day Ball, which features life jazzy, hor' oeuvres and a Sony Hall cafe. On Friday the Afro-Latino Festival NYC offers lectures, on Saturday movies and wines and on Sunday a musical show with craftsmen. More than 100 independently screened shorts and features from around the globe at Long Island International Film Expo.
Watch free outdoor films at the Summer Movie Series at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. The Go Africa Harlem Street Festival offers a variety of shops, two stage with dancing and dancing and eight cooks barbecuing specialities on 116th Street (from 7a to 8avenue). The City of Water Day will celebrate the Beachfront with boating trips, livemusic, family events, fun and dinner sales at Pier 17 in Lower Manhattan.
The Pleasantville Festival provides outdoor life in Pleasantville, as well as meals, drinks and children's entertainment. During the New York City E-Prix, which features a tribune and e-village with display and sales, electrical racing vehicles are racing through the Brooklyn city. The New York Television Festival (NYTVF) provides shows, education panel discussions, contests, pitching, fan shows, partys, debuts and workshops for performers, business guides and audiences in equal measure.
Accompany our allied France on Bastille Sunday by enjoying crepes and eclairs, sampling wines and cheeses, observing pantomimes and cancans, and visiting the children's playground on 80th Street (from Lexington to Fifth Avenue). The Carnaval de la Cultura Latinina offers "art, dancing, good Latin American culture and a great time for the whole family" on Southern Boulevard (from 163rd St. to Westchester Ave.).
The New York City Electroacoustic music Festival (NYCEMF) presents cutting-edge electronics in the Abrons Arts Center. Listen to world-class jazzmakers (including sensitive vocalists, pianists and duel drummers) at the 1992nd Street Y Festival in July. 40 beer tastings and meets the brewer at NYC Brewer's Choice, with meals on offer in Brooklyn from 21 years of age. and more.
Indulge in artisan brew with dishes from good beers at Good Berry, Liberty Street 28. See 12 New York Art Battle performers at Le Poisson Rouge, aged 21 and older, turn empty canvas into wonderful works of art to gain your voice. DancetheonCamera Festival presents documentary, feature, short, experiment and musical video films that innovatively link dancing and cinema, chosen by the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
The Summer Shorts is a festival of new US shorts in 59E59 theatres, grouped in 2 rows of theatres. The ImageNation Outdoors Film & Music festival starts with 6pm followed by a 8pm film or sunset in three different Harlemarks. An NY Berry Festival pass contains unrestricted tasting of 80 different types of brewery beers, with game, fun and meals for purchase at Citi Field from 21 years of age. and more.
Await a big attendance at the Grace Junican Jerk Festival, which serves caribean foods and jamaican folk tunes at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens. On the Lincoln Center squares, Out of Doors provides three week-long sessions of sound, dancing and speaking when it's sober. Asia American International Film Festival (AAIFF) shows movies by and about Asians and Asians in 4 locations in NYC, Astoria and Flushing.
There are Thunderbird Indian Mid-Summer Indian dancing contests and an arts and craft market in the Queens County Farm Museum Apfelgarten. Try and buy some of the sellers' produce at the Gluten-Free Allergy Feast, which also offers workshops and cookery shows at the Brooklyn Expo Center. The New York City Poetry Festival offers 250 writers on five different venues as well as meals, drinks, literature, arts and craft and a children's festival on Governors Island.
See the colourful choreographers in Oaxaca, Mexico, listen to live tunes and go shopping at the Guelaguetza Festival in Socrates Sculpture Park. The Harlem Week is a one-month festival of indigenous cultural and historical life that features shows, honours, movies, fashions, a children's festival, sporting activities, movies and a 5K.