Summer is in full swing here in the Big Apple! From music concerts to film festivals and just about everything else in between, the city is really heating up with fun things to do. This weekend promises a little bit of something for everyone to enjoy. Here’s a quick look at just a few of the top events and activities in NYC for the weekend of June 10 – 11, 2017.
BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn!
Brooklyn’s premier music, dance and film festival returns for the summer! Enjoy live concerts from a wide variety of musical artists, dance performances, outdoor film screenings and even more! Head over to the Prospect Park Bandshell in Brooklyn to catch the action or visit www.bricartsmedia.org for more information!
Jazz Age Lawn Party
In the mood for something really fun and unique? Head over to Governors Island for the Jazz Age Lawn Party, a celebration of Roaring 20s dance, music and food! Please visit www.jazzagelawnparty.com for additional information about this fun and unique event!
Writing on It All
While you’re on Governors Island, be sure to check out this this collaborative art project that offers the public to voice their opinions alongside writers and artists by literally writing on the walls of an abandoned building on the island’s Nolan Park. Visit www.writingonitall.com or more information.
Brooklyn Film Festival
The 20th annual Brooklyn Film Festival offers screenings of more than 100 films from all over the world. From documentaries to shorts to features of just about every genre out there, this year’s Brooklyn Film Festival promises to be the best one yet! Visit www.brooklynfilmfestival.org for more information about this must-see film festival!
Northside Festival 2017
Every summer, the Northside Festival features an impressive collection of musical acts spread out across various venues in Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick. In addition to its must-see concerts, the Northside Festival also features workshops with some of the top minds in tech and media.
Relax on Hudson River Park
Few places in NYC offer a better place to chill in the summer than Hudson River Park. The park boasts 550 acres of elegant greenery along the resplendent shoreline of Manhattan to enjoy, not to mention top attractions like Chelsea Piers and the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum.