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What to do in New York City in July 2018?
Macy' s Fireworks Show will take place over the Eastern River (between the eastern side of Manhattan and Queens) and will start at 9:25 p.m. Watch the show from one of the pools at one of the Macy' s Fireworks theme park or visit a roof top lounge for the best view: The Northern Territory, in Greenpoint, hosts a low-key event where you can get one of the best viewpoints and enjoy a few good old-fashioned beverages and sweets for $60.
In Ophelia, the showy lounges on the Beekman Tower in Midtown Manhattan, it costs $200 for the nights, with an open cocktail table, hor's d'oeuvres and a DJ. 21:30 firework display for the days. The Lincoln Center's Midsummer Nights Swing, which will run until July 14, will provide a more stylish setting with an 18:00 dancing hall, free dancing classes, dining carts and a concert performed in Damrosch Park by the Metropolitan Opera House with the Orchestra's famous music.
Celebrate BRIC BrooklynThe season of concerts goes through the remainder of the year. Rhye on July 7 and Krono's Quartet on July 14. Courtney Barnett, an independent rock star from Australia, will give a charity show on 25 July. Every Saturday from 12:00 to 21:00, the Long Island City Musem Post is hosting an elaborate dancing event with shows ranging from A-Trak to Gang Gang-Dancing.
The Smith Street Provence Festival and Péanque Tournament In honour of Bastille Sunday, July 15th, Brooklyn's Smith Street will be the venue for a French Open House with piano contests, aperitifs, life concerts and general festivities, with more than one hundred and seventy-five works of sculpture, painting and drawing by Alberto Giacometti, the famous Italien modern artist for his speckled, whisper-thin statues in loam and bronce.
A cross-cultural group of minimum canvasses, statues and wrapped-skylights. This is a place of the mekka of midtown's art, both of which are full of fantastic, painstaking sculpture of mini-city landscapes made of coloured papers, plastics, soda boxes and closures by the Latecongolese painter.
inHarlem, a diary of guided walks, bookshows and artists' conversations in the neighbourhood, and an exhibit of works by Firelei Baez at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.: Photo taken with his photos, his Nikon photograph, my own letters and the manuscript of the Parisian worker, this is an ephemeral work.