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New York City Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
New York City Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
Collectie van Eventbrite
The ultimate calendar of fun things to do in New York City today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of NYC's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may not know about otherwise. From awesome concerts and performances to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
New York City Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month

Renegade San Francisco / Renegade Craft Fair / San Francisco, CA

  • Get 15 date nights on the house during this annual season-long cocktail festival. With your "Cocktail Passbook" in hand, you'll hop between 15 of NYC's best bars for a complimentary hand-crafted cocktail at each spot.
  • Learn the real "story of tonight" on this Hamilton-themed walking tour in NYC's oldest neighborhood. Drink at the last tavern Hamilton visited, pay your respects at his grave, and revel in all the real-life details about your favorite founding father.
  • Try 100+ hand-selected wines and tons of artisanal hors d'oeuvres at this celebration of tannins and terroirs. Snag a VIP ticket for exclusive access to the Rosé and Bubbly Suite, where you'll sip rosés and sparkling wines while enjoying gourmet chocolate and artisanal cheese.
  • Take a deep breath and enter a bio-luminescent undersea world where you can swim with whales, dance with jellyfish, and take gorgeous photos while learning about oceanic conservation efforts.
  • Every Saturday at Dance as if UCARE, you'll work on "Understanding Consciously and Releasing Emotions" by learning an expressive routine that's adaptable for all levels of dancers and dreamers, with the goal of improving mindfulness.
  • Tired of waiting for a seat at that buzzworthy Manhattan speakeasy? Get ready for the VIP experience instead. Skip the lines, sip exclusive cocktails, and explore Midtown's mysterious Prohibition-era history on this evening bar tour.
  • Music magazine, Pitchfork, and beer website, October, are hosting their third annual OctFest. The event will feature bands like Parquet Courts, Mogwai, and Screaming Females, plus beers from more than 50 breweries across six continents and eats from around the world.
  • Practitioners from ages 5 to 95 are welcome at these Sunday morning Capoeira sessions. No experience? No problem! Guidance will be provided for all levels.
  • The world of fine tea is more accessible than you think. Learn the unusual history, brewing techniques, and nuances behind both common and niche tea varieties at this weekly introduction to coffee's refined cousin.
  • No need to neighborhood hop for NYC's best artisanal sweets. They're all under one roof at this special edition of this weekly curated market, where 100% of the bazaar's profits are donated to local public schools.
  • Step into Dylan's colorful flagship store at 3rd Avenue every Tuesday and Thursday at 4 PM and 5 PM for a free tasting tour, featuring the history behind the legendary candy shop and the sweet treats they sell.
  • Settle in for a night of great comedy with local hero, Chris Gethard, Aparna Nancherla of "Inside Amy Schumer," and Daniel Simonsen, who was recently featured on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
  • Join local running legend, Brandon Wei, for a short, after work–paced run through Manhattan, with lockers and changing rooms available for use at the store.
  • Unlimited drinks and bites from Tao, Lavo, and Bodega Negra await you at this philanthropic evening. The event's in support of Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership, an organization dedicated to helping high school students hone their leadership skills in ethical, effective ways.
  • Check out NYC's 28th Annual Fine Art Print Fair, featuring apartment-ready prints from 70 galleries and publishers from ten countries to jumpstart your art collection.
  • If food documentaries leave you desperately digging around your fridge for something delicious, head to the 13th Annual Food Film Fest. Every screening icludes an all-you-can-eat buffet of food and drink from the film you're watching.
  • Twenty bucks at Rooftop Reds gets you two slices of pizza from Il Porto, seats on a gorgeous rooftop overlooking Manhattan, and a screening of this gripping neo-noir film starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman.
  • Athletes of all levels are welcome to this three to six mile run/walk, where everyone will pop on their headphones and tune in to the same podcast as their sneakers hit the pavement in Central Park.
  • For two nights every year, Green-Wood Cemetery transforms into a dark and ethereal wonderland. Enjoy beautiful music, delightful performers, surreal moving images, and captivating storytellers as you meander the grounds of the cemetery at this quiet candlelit festival.
  • Looking to brighten up date night? Bring your partner or friend to this clothing-optional body painting class, where you'll adorn each other with neon paint as you glow under the UV lights.
  • Every Halloween, legendary NYC event producer, Susanne Bartsch, and MoMA PS1 join forces to craft the most outrageous costume party in the city. Enjoy live performances, great music, and the city's best ensembles — all inspired by the '60s cult classic, "Valley of the Dolls."
  • Bring a friend or make a few new ones at this beginner-friendly pizza making class, where you'll join up in teams and learn how to make the ideal crust, select incredible produce, and top it with perfect proportions.
  • Looking to add some oomph to your daily coffee experience? Head to Counter Culture Coffee's NYC training center every Friday morning at 10 AM for a free, in-depth coffee tasting and brewing demonstration.
  • This celebration of Bedford-Stuyvesant culinary creators has become a massive Brooklyn-based food and drink celebration at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Try sips and bites from dozens of local vendors, then bid on the silent auction to raise money for hurricane relief in the Bahamas.
  • See mid-'60s NYC through a modern lens with this immersive musical revival that's been re-imagined for the modern world by the Harlem Repertory Theatre.
  • Inspired by acid trips and psychedelic tunes, this costume party promises to transport you to a world of colorful visions and wild nighmares. Don your most surreal ensemble and become part of the trip as you enjoy mind-bending aeralists, performances, games, and endless dancing.
  • Discover new spices, easy recipes, and plant-based cooking tips at this hands-on cooking class. Learn the history and preparation methods behind four pan-African vegan dishes.
  • Regular paint-and-sip classes not your thing? Head to Cult Party for a BYOB paint night — boost your art skills and learn to paint creatures like three-eyed cats, mermaid unicorns, and more.
  • This story of love and liberation in the competitive, gender-conservative world of Georgian dance was recently selected as the Swedish entry for Best International Feature Film at the Academy Awards. Director Levan Akin will be present for a post-screening Q&A.
  • Dr. Martens Presents returns this fall with free-for-all concerts featuring tenacious DIY musicians. RSVP ASAP to see Junglepussy, the NYC-based rapper of "Cream Team" fame.
  • By day, Gemma Smith manages a kitten nursery and advocates for rescue animals. By night, she hosts this monthly themed variety show, featuring acts from comedy and magic to music and burlesque.
  • This Halloween, sway to the spookiest jams from Elysian Fields. Celebrate their over 20-year catalog of noir rock at the release party for their newest 7-inch record.
  • Whether you're running the NYC marathon or cheering on the athletes from your apartment window, this pre- and post-race motorcoach tour will take you along the entire route, providing expert advice on the course while pointing out gorgeous landmarks on the way.
  • Learn how to make more money, help other women, and get ahead in your career at the signature event by Ladies Get Paid. Speakers from companies like The Wing, IBM, and Comcast will host fireside chats alongside empowering workshops and inspirational panels.
  • The New York Hall of Science hosts this official Minecraft community event, where you can compete in tournaments, see live entertainment, take part in cool activities like a Minecraft-themed escape room, and peruse some Minecraft shopping IRL.
  • Finish up that UFO (Unfinished Object) and make some new friends in the process at this laid-back knitters' meet-up. Plus, trade your old yarn skeins for exciting new fibers in the yarn swap; any unclaimed skeins will be used to knit winter gifts for New Yorkers in need.
  • Escape the heat and eat some sweets at the Gowanus offices of the French baking company Michel et Augustin, featuring cookie tastings, baking classes, and more surprises.
  • You don't need to be rich to be an art collector. Start your gallery wall with as little as $150 at this curated art fair, featuring local fine artists as well as immersive experiences, live DJs, round table discussions with art professionals, and a fully-stocked bar.
  • Get ready to sparkle. Every part of this three-day convention is dedicated to the best sparkling wine on the planet. Whether you attend a fine lunch, a wine making seminar, a gala dinner, or a grand tasting, bubbling Champagnes from over 100 suppliers will be freely flowing.
  • Wear your best grimdark-inspired ensemble to this party emulating the stunning world of HBO's "Euphoria," where you can dance all night long to music from the iconic TV show.
  • Sake from the Ishikawa Prefecture of Japan gets its smooth, full-bodied flavor from both mineral-filled and soft water in the region. Discover the nuances of this region's magnificent sake varieties and receive 20% off any bottle you purchase.
  • Ol' Petey Pants from the "You Made It Weird" podcast brings his unique brand of quirky, loud humor to the Murmrr Theatre with a night of stand-up comedy.
  • The four Findlay sisters are back in the States, playing the dreamy-hard psychrock sounds from their new album, "Bent," at The Sultan Room this November.
  • Party like it's still 90 degrees and sunny with the signature surf rock sounds of High Waisted, playing alongside bands like Seafoam Walls, Close Talker, and Wooter.
  • Immerse yourself in chocolate at this candy-coated convention, with live chocolate demonstrations, chocolate art, a chocolate fashion show, meet-and-greets with famous chocolatiers, an artisanal chocolate market, and tons more cocoa-themed goodness.
  • Give flu season an extra kick in the butt this winter. 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge and herbalist, Arielle Hayat, host this free DIY event where you'll blend herbs into take-home concoctions that might help stave off illness this winter.
  • Get 15 date nights on the house during this annual season-long cocktail festival. With your "Cocktail Passbook" in hand, you'll hop between 15 of NYC's best bars for a complimentary hand-crafted cocktail at each spot.
  • Learn the real "story of tonight" on this Hamilton-themed walking tour in NYC's oldest neighborhood. Drink at the last tavern Hamilton visited, pay your respects at his grave, and revel in all the real-life details about your favorite founding father.
  • Try 100+ hand-selected wines and tons of artisanal hors d'oeuvres at this celebration of tannins and terroirs. Snag a VIP ticket for exclusive access to the Rosé and Bubbly Suite, where you'll sip rosés and sparkling wines while enjoying gourmet chocolate and artisanal cheese.
  • Take a deep breath and enter a bio-luminescent undersea world where you can swim with whales, dance with jellyfish, and take gorgeous photos while learning about oceanic conservation efforts.
  • Every Saturday at Dance as if UCARE, you'll work on "Understanding Consciously and Releasing Emotions" by learning an expressive routine that's adaptable for all levels of dancers and dreamers, with the goal of improving mindfulness.
  • Tired of waiting for a seat at that buzzworthy Manhattan speakeasy? Get ready for the VIP experience instead. Skip the lines, sip exclusive cocktails, and explore Midtown's mysterious Prohibition-era history on this evening bar tour.
  • Music magazine, Pitchfork, and beer website, October, are hosting their third annual OctFest. The event will feature bands like Parquet Courts, Mogwai, and Screaming Females, plus beers from more than 50 breweries across six continents and eats from around the world.
  • Practitioners from ages 5 to 95 are welcome at these Sunday morning Capoeira sessions. No experience? No problem! Guidance will be provided for all levels.
  • The world of fine tea is more accessible than you think. Learn the unusual history, brewing techniques, and nuances behind both common and niche tea varieties at this weekly introduction to coffee's refined cousin.
  • No need to neighborhood hop for NYC's best artisanal sweets. They're all under one roof at this special edition of this weekly curated market, where 100% of the bazaar's profits are donated to local public schools.
  • Step into Dylan's colorful flagship store at 3rd Avenue every Tuesday and Thursday at 4 PM and 5 PM for a free tasting tour, featuring the history behind the legendary candy shop and the sweet treats they sell.
  • Settle in for a night of great comedy with local hero, Chris Gethard, Aparna Nancherla of "Inside Amy Schumer," and Daniel Simonsen, who was recently featured on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
  • Join local running legend, Brandon Wei, for a short, after work–paced run through Manhattan, with lockers and changing rooms available for use at the store.
  • Unlimited drinks and bites from Tao, Lavo, and Bodega Negra await you at this philanthropic evening. The event's in support of Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership, an organization dedicated to helping high school students hone their leadership skills in ethical, effective ways.
  • Check out NYC's 28th Annual Fine Art Print Fair, featuring apartment-ready prints from 70 galleries and publishers from ten countries to jumpstart your art collection.
  • If food documentaries leave you desperately digging around your fridge for something delicious, head to the 13th Annual Food Film Fest. Every screening icludes an all-you-can-eat buffet of food and drink from the film you're watching.
  • Twenty bucks at Rooftop Reds gets you two slices of pizza from Il Porto, seats on a gorgeous rooftop overlooking Manhattan, and a screening of this gripping neo-noir film starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman.
  • Athletes of all levels are welcome to this three to six mile run/walk, where everyone will pop on their headphones and tune in to the same podcast as their sneakers hit the pavement in Central Park.
  • For two nights every year, Green-Wood Cemetery transforms into a dark and ethereal wonderland. Enjoy beautiful music, delightful performers, surreal moving images, and captivating storytellers as you meander the grounds of the cemetery at this quiet candlelit festival.
  • Looking to brighten up date night? Bring your partner or friend to this clothing-optional body painting class, where you'll adorn each other with neon paint as you glow under the UV lights.
  • Every Halloween, legendary NYC event producer, Susanne Bartsch, and MoMA PS1 join forces to craft the most outrageous costume party in the city. Enjoy live performances, great music, and the city's best ensembles — all inspired by the '60s cult classic, "Valley of the Dolls."
  • Bring a friend or make a few new ones at this beginner-friendly pizza making class, where you'll join up in teams and learn how to make the ideal crust, select incredible produce, and top it with perfect proportions.
  • Looking to add some oomph to your daily coffee experience? Head to Counter Culture Coffee's NYC training center every Friday morning at 10 AM for a free, in-depth coffee tasting and brewing demonstration.
  • This celebration of Bedford-Stuyvesant culinary creators has become a massive Brooklyn-based food and drink celebration at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Try sips and bites from dozens of local vendors, then bid on the silent auction to raise money for hurricane relief in the Bahamas.
  • See mid-'60s NYC through a modern lens with this immersive musical revival that's been re-imagined for the modern world by the Harlem Repertory Theatre.
  • Inspired by acid trips and psychedelic tunes, this costume party promises to transport you to a world of colorful visions and wild nighmares. Don your most surreal ensemble and become part of the trip as you enjoy mind-bending aeralists, performances, games, and endless dancing.
  • Discover new spices, easy recipes, and plant-based cooking tips at this hands-on cooking class. Learn the history and preparation methods behind four pan-African vegan dishes.
  • Regular paint-and-sip classes not your thing? Head to Cult Party for a BYOB paint night — boost your art skills and learn to paint creatures like three-eyed cats, mermaid unicorns, and more.
  • This story of love and liberation in the competitive, gender-conservative world of Georgian dance was recently selected as the Swedish entry for Best International Feature Film at the Academy Awards. Director Levan Akin will be present for a post-screening Q&A.
  • Dr. Martens Presents returns this fall with free-for-all concerts featuring tenacious DIY musicians. RSVP ASAP to see Junglepussy, the NYC-based rapper of "Cream Team" fame.
  • By day, Gemma Smith manages a kitten nursery and advocates for rescue animals. By night, she hosts this monthly themed variety show, featuring acts from comedy and magic to music and burlesque.
  • This Halloween, sway to the spookiest jams from Elysian Fields. Celebrate their over 20-year catalog of noir rock at the release party for their newest 7-inch record.
  • Whether you're running the NYC marathon or cheering on the athletes from your apartment window, this pre- and post-race motorcoach tour will take you along the entire route, providing expert advice on the course while pointing out gorgeous landmarks on the way.
  • Learn how to make more money, help other women, and get ahead in your career at the signature event by Ladies Get Paid. Speakers from companies like The Wing, IBM, and Comcast will host fireside chats alongside empowering workshops and inspirational panels.
  • The New York Hall of Science hosts this official Minecraft community event, where you can compete in tournaments, see live entertainment, take part in cool activities like a Minecraft-themed escape room, and peruse some Minecraft shopping IRL.
  • Finish up that UFO (Unfinished Object) and make some new friends in the process at this laid-back knitters' meet-up. Plus, trade your old yarn skeins for exciting new fibers in the yarn swap; any unclaimed skeins will be used to knit winter gifts for New Yorkers in need.
  • Escape the heat and eat some sweets at the Gowanus offices of the French baking company Michel et Augustin, featuring cookie tastings, baking classes, and more surprises.
  • You don't need to be rich to be an art collector. Start your gallery wall with as little as $150 at this curated art fair, featuring local fine artists as well as immersive experiences, live DJs, round table discussions with art professionals, and a fully-stocked bar.
  • Get ready to sparkle. Every part of this three-day convention is dedicated to the best sparkling wine on the planet. Whether you attend a fine lunch, a wine making seminar, a gala dinner, or a grand tasting, bubbling Champagnes from over 100 suppliers will be freely flowing.
  • Wear your best grimdark-inspired ensemble to this party emulating the stunning world of HBO's "Euphoria," where you can dance all night long to music from the iconic TV show.
  • Sake from the Ishikawa Prefecture of Japan gets its smooth, full-bodied flavor from both mineral-filled and soft water in the region. Discover the nuances of this region's magnificent sake varieties and receive 20% off any bottle you purchase.
  • Ol' Petey Pants from the "You Made It Weird" podcast brings his unique brand of quirky, loud humor to the Murmrr Theatre with a night of stand-up comedy.
  • The four Findlay sisters are back in the States, playing the dreamy-hard psychrock sounds from their new album, "Bent," at The Sultan Room this November.
  • Party like it's still 90 degrees and sunny with the signature surf rock sounds of High Waisted, playing alongside bands like Seafoam Walls, Close Talker, and Wooter.
  • Immerse yourself in chocolate at this candy-coated convention, with live chocolate demonstrations, chocolate art, a chocolate fashion show, meet-and-greets with famous chocolatiers, an artisanal chocolate market, and tons more cocoa-themed goodness.
  • Give flu season an extra kick in the butt this winter. 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge and herbalist, Arielle Hayat, host this free DIY event where you'll blend herbs into take-home concoctions that might help stave off illness this winter.
New York City Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month

Renegade San Francisco / Renegade Craft Fair / San Francisco, CA

New York City Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
New York City Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
Collectie van Eventbrite
The ultimate calendar of fun things to do in New York City today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of NYC's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may not know about otherwise. From awesome concerts and performances to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
The ultimate calendar of fun things to do in New York City today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of NYC's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may not know about otherwise. From awesome concerts and performances to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
  • Get 15 date nights on the house during this annual season-long cocktail festival. With your "Cocktail Passbook" in hand, you'll hop between 15 of NYC's best bars for a complimentary hand-crafted cocktail at each spot.
  • Learn the real "story of tonight" on this Hamilton-themed walking tour in NYC's oldest neighborhood. Drink at the last tavern Hamilton visited, pay your respects at his grave, and revel in all the real-life details about your favorite founding father.
  • Try 100+ hand-selected wines and tons of artisanal hors d'oeuvres at this celebration of tannins and terroirs. Snag a VIP ticket for exclusive access to the Rosé and Bubbly Suite, where you'll sip rosés and sparkling wines while enjoying gourmet chocolate and artisanal cheese.
  • Take a deep breath and enter a bio-luminescent undersea world where you can swim with whales, dance with jellyfish, and take gorgeous photos while learning about oceanic conservation efforts.
  • Every Saturday at Dance as if UCARE, you'll work on "Understanding Consciously and Releasing Emotions" by learning an expressive routine that's adaptable for all levels of dancers and dreamers, with the goal of improving mindfulness.
  • Tired of waiting for a seat at that buzzworthy Manhattan speakeasy? Get ready for the VIP experience instead. Skip the lines, sip exclusive cocktails, and explore Midtown's mysterious Prohibition-era history on this evening bar tour.
  • Music magazine, Pitchfork, and beer website, October, are hosting their third annual OctFest. The event will feature bands like Parquet Courts, Mogwai, and Screaming Females, plus beers from more than 50 breweries across six continents and eats from around the world.
  • Practitioners from ages 5 to 95 are welcome at these Sunday morning Capoeira sessions. No experience? No problem! Guidance will be provided for all levels.
  • The world of fine tea is more accessible than you think. Learn the unusual history, brewing techniques, and nuances behind both common and niche tea varieties at this weekly introduction to coffee's refined cousin.
  • No need to neighborhood hop for NYC's best artisanal sweets. They're all under one roof at this special edition of this weekly curated market, where 100% of the bazaar's profits are donated to local public schools.
  • Step into Dylan's colorful flagship store at 3rd Avenue every Tuesday and Thursday at 4 PM and 5 PM for a free tasting tour, featuring the history behind the legendary candy shop and the sweet treats they sell.
  • Settle in for a night of great comedy with local hero, Chris Gethard, Aparna Nancherla of "Inside Amy Schumer," and Daniel Simonsen, who was recently featured on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
  • Join local running legend, Brandon Wei, for a short, after work–paced run through Manhattan, with lockers and changing rooms available for use at the store.
  • Unlimited drinks and bites from Tao, Lavo, and Bodega Negra await you at this philanthropic evening. The event's in support of Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership, an organization dedicated to helping high school students hone their leadership skills in ethical, effective ways.
  • Check out NYC's 28th Annual Fine Art Print Fair, featuring apartment-ready prints from 70 galleries and publishers from ten countries to jumpstart your art collection.
  • If food documentaries leave you desperately digging around your fridge for something delicious, head to the 13th Annual Food Film Fest. Every screening icludes an all-you-can-eat buffet of food and drink from the film you're watching.
  • Twenty bucks at Rooftop Reds gets you two slices of pizza from Il Porto, seats on a gorgeous rooftop overlooking Manhattan, and a screening of this gripping neo-noir film starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman.
  • Athletes of all levels are welcome to this three to six mile run/walk, where everyone will pop on their headphones and tune in to the same podcast as their sneakers hit the pavement in Central Park.
  • For two nights every year, Green-Wood Cemetery transforms into a dark and ethereal wonderland. Enjoy beautiful music, delightful performers, surreal moving images, and captivating storytellers as you meander the grounds of the cemetery at this quiet candlelit festival.
  • Looking to brighten up date night? Bring your partner or friend to this clothing-optional body painting class, where you'll adorn each other with neon paint as you glow under the UV lights.
  • Every Halloween, legendary NYC event producer, Susanne Bartsch, and MoMA PS1 join forces to craft the most outrageous costume party in the city. Enjoy live performances, great music, and the city's best ensembles — all inspired by the '60s cult classic, "Valley of the Dolls."
  • Bring a friend or make a few new ones at this beginner-friendly pizza making class, where you'll join up in teams and learn how to make the ideal crust, select incredible produce, and top it with perfect proportions.
  • Looking to add some oomph to your daily coffee experience? Head to Counter Culture Coffee's NYC training center every Friday morning at 10 AM for a free, in-depth coffee tasting and brewing demonstration.
  • This celebration of Bedford-Stuyvesant culinary creators has become a massive Brooklyn-based food and drink celebration at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Try sips and bites from dozens of local vendors, then bid on the silent auction to raise money for hurricane relief in the Bahamas.
  • See mid-'60s NYC through a modern lens with this immersive musical revival that's been re-imagined for the modern world by the Harlem Repertory Theatre.
  • Inspired by acid trips and psychedelic tunes, this costume party promises to transport you to a world of colorful visions and wild nighmares. Don your most surreal ensemble and become part of the trip as you enjoy mind-bending aeralists, performances, games, and endless dancing.
  • Discover new spices, easy recipes, and plant-based cooking tips at this hands-on cooking class. Learn the history and preparation methods behind four pan-African vegan dishes.
  • Regular paint-and-sip classes not your thing? Head to Cult Party for a BYOB paint night — boost your art skills and learn to paint creatures like three-eyed cats, mermaid unicorns, and more.
  • This story of love and liberation in the competitive, gender-conservative world of Georgian dance was recently selected as the Swedish entry for Best International Feature Film at the Academy Awards. Director Levan Akin will be present for a post-screening Q&A.
  • Dr. Martens Presents returns this fall with free-for-all concerts featuring tenacious DIY musicians. RSVP ASAP to see Junglepussy, the NYC-based rapper of "Cream Team" fame.
  • By day, Gemma Smith manages a kitten nursery and advocates for rescue animals. By night, she hosts this monthly themed variety show, featuring acts from comedy and magic to music and burlesque.
  • This Halloween, sway to the spookiest jams from Elysian Fields. Celebrate their over 20-year catalog of noir rock at the release party for their newest 7-inch record.
  • Whether you're running the NYC marathon or cheering on the athletes from your apartment window, this pre- and post-race motorcoach tour will take you along the entire route, providing expert advice on the course while pointing out gorgeous landmarks on the way.
  • Learn how to make more money, help other women, and get ahead in your career at the signature event by Ladies Get Paid. Speakers from companies like The Wing, IBM, and Comcast will host fireside chats alongside empowering workshops and inspirational panels.
  • The New York Hall of Science hosts this official Minecraft community event, where you can compete in tournaments, see live entertainment, take part in cool activities like a Minecraft-themed escape room, and peruse some Minecraft shopping IRL.
  • Finish up that UFO (Unfinished Object) and make some new friends in the process at this laid-back knitters' meet-up. Plus, trade your old yarn skeins for exciting new fibers in the yarn swap; any unclaimed skeins will be used to knit winter gifts for New Yorkers in need.
  • Escape the heat and eat some sweets at the Gowanus offices of the French baking company Michel et Augustin, featuring cookie tastings, baking classes, and more surprises.
  • You don't need to be rich to be an art collector. Start your gallery wall with as little as $150 at this curated art fair, featuring local fine artists as well as immersive experiences, live DJs, round table discussions with art professionals, and a fully-stocked bar.
  • Get ready to sparkle. Every part of this three-day convention is dedicated to the best sparkling wine on the planet. Whether you attend a fine lunch, a wine making seminar, a gala dinner, or a grand tasting, bubbling Champagnes from over 100 suppliers will be freely flowing.
  • Wear your best grimdark-inspired ensemble to this party emulating the stunning world of HBO's "Euphoria," where you can dance all night long to music from the iconic TV show.
  • Sake from the Ishikawa Prefecture of Japan gets its smooth, full-bodied flavor from both mineral-filled and soft water in the region. Discover the nuances of this region's magnificent sake varieties and receive 20% off any bottle you purchase.
  • Ol' Petey Pants from the "You Made It Weird" podcast brings his unique brand of quirky, loud humor to the Murmrr Theatre with a night of stand-up comedy.
  • The four Findlay sisters are back in the States, playing the dreamy-hard psychrock sounds from their new album, "Bent," at The Sultan Room this November.
  • Party like it's still 90 degrees and sunny with the signature surf rock sounds of High Waisted, playing alongside bands like Seafoam Walls, Close Talker, and Wooter.
  • Immerse yourself in chocolate at this candy-coated convention, with live chocolate demonstrations, chocolate art, a chocolate fashion show, meet-and-greets with famous chocolatiers, an artisanal chocolate market, and tons more cocoa-themed goodness.
  • Give flu season an extra kick in the butt this winter. 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge and herbalist, Arielle Hayat, host this free DIY event where you'll blend herbs into take-home concoctions that might help stave off illness this winter.
  • Get 15 date nights on the house during this annual season-long cocktail festival. With your "Cocktail Passbook" in hand, you'll hop between 15 of NYC's best bars for a complimentary hand-crafted cocktail at each spot.
  • Learn the real "story of tonight" on this Hamilton-themed walking tour in NYC's oldest neighborhood. Drink at the last tavern Hamilton visited, pay your respects at his grave, and revel in all the real-life details about your favorite founding father.
  • Try 100+ hand-selected wines and tons of artisanal hors d'oeuvres at this celebration of tannins and terroirs. Snag a VIP ticket for exclusive access to the Rosé and Bubbly Suite, where you'll sip rosés and sparkling wines while enjoying gourmet chocolate and artisanal cheese.
  • Take a deep breath and enter a bio-luminescent undersea world where you can swim with whales, dance with jellyfish, and take gorgeous photos while learning about oceanic conservation efforts.
  • Every Saturday at Dance as if UCARE, you'll work on "Understanding Consciously and Releasing Emotions" by learning an expressive routine that's adaptable for all levels of dancers and dreamers, with the goal of improving mindfulness.
  • Tired of waiting for a seat at that buzzworthy Manhattan speakeasy? Get ready for the VIP experience instead. Skip the lines, sip exclusive cocktails, and explore Midtown's mysterious Prohibition-era history on this evening bar tour.
  • Music magazine, Pitchfork, and beer website, October, are hosting their third annual OctFest. The event will feature bands like Parquet Courts, Mogwai, and Screaming Females, plus beers from more than 50 breweries across six continents and eats from around the world.
  • Practitioners from ages 5 to 95 are welcome at these Sunday morning Capoeira sessions. No experience? No problem! Guidance will be provided for all levels.
  • The world of fine tea is more accessible than you think. Learn the unusual history, brewing techniques, and nuances behind both common and niche tea varieties at this weekly introduction to coffee's refined cousin.
  • No need to neighborhood hop for NYC's best artisanal sweets. They're all under one roof at this special edition of this weekly curated market, where 100% of the bazaar's profits are donated to local public schools.
  • Step into Dylan's colorful flagship store at 3rd Avenue every Tuesday and Thursday at 4 PM and 5 PM for a free tasting tour, featuring the history behind the legendary candy shop and the sweet treats they sell.
  • Settle in for a night of great comedy with local hero, Chris Gethard, Aparna Nancherla of "Inside Amy Schumer," and Daniel Simonsen, who was recently featured on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
  • Join local running legend, Brandon Wei, for a short, after work–paced run through Manhattan, with lockers and changing rooms available for use at the store.
  • Unlimited drinks and bites from Tao, Lavo, and Bodega Negra await you at this philanthropic evening. The event's in support of Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership, an organization dedicated to helping high school students hone their leadership skills in ethical, effective ways.
  • Check out NYC's 28th Annual Fine Art Print Fair, featuring apartment-ready prints from 70 galleries and publishers from ten countries to jumpstart your art collection.
  • If food documentaries leave you desperately digging around your fridge for something delicious, head to the 13th Annual Food Film Fest. Every screening icludes an all-you-can-eat buffet of food and drink from the film you're watching.
  • Twenty bucks at Rooftop Reds gets you two slices of pizza from Il Porto, seats on a gorgeous rooftop overlooking Manhattan, and a screening of this gripping neo-noir film starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman.
  • Athletes of all levels are welcome to this three to six mile run/walk, where everyone will pop on their headphones and tune in to the same podcast as their sneakers hit the pavement in Central Park.
  • For two nights every year, Green-Wood Cemetery transforms into a dark and ethereal wonderland. Enjoy beautiful music, delightful performers, surreal moving images, and captivating storytellers as you meander the grounds of the cemetery at this quiet candlelit festival.
  • Looking to brighten up date night? Bring your partner or friend to this clothing-optional body painting class, where you'll adorn each other with neon paint as you glow under the UV lights.
  • Every Halloween, legendary NYC event producer, Susanne Bartsch, and MoMA PS1 join forces to craft the most outrageous costume party in the city. Enjoy live performances, great music, and the city's best ensembles — all inspired by the '60s cult classic, "Valley of the Dolls."
  • Bring a friend or make a few new ones at this beginner-friendly pizza making class, where you'll join up in teams and learn how to make the ideal crust, select incredible produce, and top it with perfect proportions.
  • Looking to add some oomph to your daily coffee experience? Head to Counter Culture Coffee's NYC training center every Friday morning at 10 AM for a free, in-depth coffee tasting and brewing demonstration.
  • This celebration of Bedford-Stuyvesant culinary creators has become a massive Brooklyn-based food and drink celebration at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Try sips and bites from dozens of local vendors, then bid on the silent auction to raise money for hurricane relief in the Bahamas.
  • See mid-'60s NYC through a modern lens with this immersive musical revival that's been re-imagined for the modern world by the Harlem Repertory Theatre.
  • Inspired by acid trips and psychedelic tunes, this costume party promises to transport you to a world of colorful visions and wild nighmares. Don your most surreal ensemble and become part of the trip as you enjoy mind-bending aeralists, performances, games, and endless dancing.
  • Discover new spices, easy recipes, and plant-based cooking tips at this hands-on cooking class. Learn the history and preparation methods behind four pan-African vegan dishes.
  • Regular paint-and-sip classes not your thing? Head to Cult Party for a BYOB paint night — boost your art skills and learn to paint creatures like three-eyed cats, mermaid unicorns, and more.
  • This story of love and liberation in the competitive, gender-conservative world of Georgian dance was recently selected as the Swedish entry for Best International Feature Film at the Academy Awards. Director Levan Akin will be present for a post-screening Q&A.
  • Dr. Martens Presents returns this fall with free-for-all concerts featuring tenacious DIY musicians. RSVP ASAP to see Junglepussy, the NYC-based rapper of "Cream Team" fame.
  • By day, Gemma Smith manages a kitten nursery and advocates for rescue animals. By night, she hosts this monthly themed variety show, featuring acts from comedy and magic to music and burlesque.
  • This Halloween, sway to the spookiest jams from Elysian Fields. Celebrate their over 20-year catalog of noir rock at the release party for their newest 7-inch record.
  • Whether you're running the NYC marathon or cheering on the athletes from your apartment window, this pre- and post-race motorcoach tour will take you along the entire route, providing expert advice on the course while pointing out gorgeous landmarks on the way.
  • Learn how to make more money, help other women, and get ahead in your career at the signature event by Ladies Get Paid. Speakers from companies like The Wing, IBM, and Comcast will host fireside chats alongside empowering workshops and inspirational panels.
  • The New York Hall of Science hosts this official Minecraft community event, where you can compete in tournaments, see live entertainment, take part in cool activities like a Minecraft-themed escape room, and peruse some Minecraft shopping IRL.
  • Finish up that UFO (Unfinished Object) and make some new friends in the process at this laid-back knitters' meet-up. Plus, trade your old yarn skeins for exciting new fibers in the yarn swap; any unclaimed skeins will be used to knit winter gifts for New Yorkers in need.
  • Escape the heat and eat some sweets at the Gowanus offices of the French baking company Michel et Augustin, featuring cookie tastings, baking classes, and more surprises.
  • You don't need to be rich to be an art collector. Start your gallery wall with as little as $150 at this curated art fair, featuring local fine artists as well as immersive experiences, live DJs, round table discussions with art professionals, and a fully-stocked bar.
  • Get ready to sparkle. Every part of this three-day convention is dedicated to the best sparkling wine on the planet. Whether you attend a fine lunch, a wine making seminar, a gala dinner, or a grand tasting, bubbling Champagnes from over 100 suppliers will be freely flowing.
  • Wear your best grimdark-inspired ensemble to this party emulating the stunning world of HBO's "Euphoria," where you can dance all night long to music from the iconic TV show.
  • Sake from the Ishikawa Prefecture of Japan gets its smooth, full-bodied flavor from both mineral-filled and soft water in the region. Discover the nuances of this region's magnificent sake varieties and receive 20% off any bottle you purchase.
  • Ol' Petey Pants from the "You Made It Weird" podcast brings his unique brand of quirky, loud humor to the Murmrr Theatre with a night of stand-up comedy.
  • The four Findlay sisters are back in the States, playing the dreamy-hard psychrock sounds from their new album, "Bent," at The Sultan Room this November.
  • Party like it's still 90 degrees and sunny with the signature surf rock sounds of High Waisted, playing alongside bands like Seafoam Walls, Close Talker, and Wooter.
  • Immerse yourself in chocolate at this candy-coated convention, with live chocolate demonstrations, chocolate art, a chocolate fashion show, meet-and-greets with famous chocolatiers, an artisanal chocolate market, and tons more cocoa-themed goodness.
  • Give flu season an extra kick in the butt this winter. 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge and herbalist, Arielle Hayat, host this free DIY event where you'll blend herbs into take-home concoctions that might help stave off illness this winter.