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New York City Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
New York City Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
Collection by Eventbrite
As New York City reopens, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in the Big Apple, from concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art exhibits. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on NYC’s most exciting happenings and hidden gems.
New York City Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events

Daybreaker / New York, NY

New York City Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events

Daybreaker / New York, NY

New York City Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
New York City Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
Collection by Eventbrite
As New York City reopens, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in the Big Apple, from concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art exhibits. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on NYC’s most exciting happenings and hidden gems.
As New York City reopens, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in the Big Apple, from concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art exhibits. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on NYC’s most exciting happenings and hidden gems.

With a full bar and kitchen, plus three shows on Saturday nights, this affordable comedy show is a great way to spend an evening out.

Up your morning caffeine game with this professional level coffee-making class, where you'll learn how to use an espresso machine to pour the perfect shot.

Experience the unique ecosystems in your own backyard at this hands on tour of Pier 26's rocky tidal marsh environment.

NYC's first rooftop vineyard has reopened for public tours. Head to their Navy Yard headquarters for an exclusive tasting of wine and small batch cheese as the sun sets over the city.

Bring a mat to Washington Square Park every Thursday morning at 8:30am for a free open level vinyasa class. Masks required.

This art exhibit tells the stories of a dozen LGBTQ+ seniors, exploring what they lost due to societal constraints of the past while celebrating their bravery and inspiring younger generations.

Join the open mic competition, dance to live entertainment, and shop local vendors all evening long at this independent market. Bonus: 30% of all proceeds will be donated to the World Central Kitchen and Crisis Text Line.

This non-judgmental, donation based pilates class takes place every Thursday and Sunday this summer in Fort Greene Park.

Set sail and dance as the Manhattan skyline shimmers in the sunset at this weekly Friday night yacht party.

Sweat it out to an all-vinyl, all-funk dance party at Starr Bar in Bushwick.

Enjoy stunning views of Manhattan and over 100 vendors selling everything from vintage clothing to international food at this popular outdoor flea market. Check their schedule for fun programming like yoga and dance parties.

Settle in with a cup of tea and some gorgeous blossoms as you discover a modern approach to the ancient Japanese art of flower arrangement at this relaxing, social class.

Enjoy seminars and live DJs while you sip unlimited beers and bourbons and peruse the best BBQ Brooklyn has to offer, from whole hogs to exotic smoked meats.

Head to Fordham Plaza for a free night market celebrating culture and cuisine in the Bronx. Enjoy over 30 food vendors, family- and pet-friendly activities, and tons more.

Explore beautiful gardens and water views while enjoying unlimited local beer samples and fresh pizza slices at this fundraiser for Staten Island's Snug Harbor Cultural Center.

No need to wait hours for the best waterfront brunch experience this summer: Reserve a table (or a boat) at Pier 15 to enjoy cocktails, food, live music, and more.

Every Saturday, enjoy a full high tea service at this local Bed-Stuy fave. Wear your fanciest hat for the chance to win a special prize.

You'll learn how to make four early American cocktails for your next roaring 20s party at this afternoon cocktail class. These drinks are strong, so be sure to eat beforehand.

Enjoy performances, hands-on activities, food, drinks, and more at this free rooftop festival, where you can learn about ecological activities happening right in Brooklyn's backyard.

Grab your beau or your BFF and head to this handmade pasta class, hosted in an Upper West Side brownstone garden and featuring all local ingredients.

Embrace vaxxed girl (or boy) summer at this low-pressure, fully-vaccinated speed dating event for single New Yorkers in their 30s.

Fully-vaccinated vaudeville fans are invited to the grand reopening of this tribute series to Judy Garland, performed by critically acclaimed artist Peter Mac.

Ride your bike from Prospect Park to Rockaway Beach (or just catch the A train) for a morning of yoga on the sand. Masks and mats required.

Start your weekend off right with a free peaceful guided meditation outside Prospect Park's Picnic House.

Make your Sunday morning sparkle at this classic drag brunch, where strong cocktails, good food, and stunning performances await you.

Bring a mask, a towel, and a beverage of your choice to this guided paint class in the heart of Central Park, led by a professional artist.

Head to The Delancey's legendary rooftop for a classic downtown day party, complete with brunch. Get there before 3:30PM and your tickets are free.

Get all dolled up and enjoy a full brunch with live cabaret on the Elsie Rooftop This high end tea experience will take you back in time to the classic glamour of NYC.

From scallion pancakes to steamed buns, you'll discover the history of Manhattan's Chinatown as well as some of its best-loved secrets at this walking tour. All tastings are included in your ticket price.

Come to the Prospect Park Bandshell every Sunday this summer for a multi-genre dance fitness class for all ages and levels.

Rooftop parties are back! You'll enjoy some of NYC's best local music at this socially distanced rooftop concert, featuring stunning views of the city.

Industry City hosts this free bodyART method session, a physical therapy based approach to movement training that will improve your flexibility and help boost your cardio stamina.

No swords needed for this hybrid in person/virtual class at NYC's Japanese Sword School. Come warmed up and ready to learn.

Every Tuesday after work, bring your mat to Hudson River Park's Pier 64 for an all-levels yoga class, sponsored by lululemon.

This Clinton Hill restaurant hosts a jazzy open mic night once a month this summer. Join in or sit back and enjoy the tunes.

Experimental jam rock guitarist Chris Forysth — who released a prolific series of disparate live albums during the pandemic — returns to the stage (outdoors) in Brooklyn with Garcia Peoples' Tom Malach adding an extra guitar.

Most people will never get to experience the old factories hidden inside NYC's garment district. Become one of the insiders at this exploration of M&S Schmalberg, a fourth-generation family-owned business making custom fabric flowers.

Disabled individuals and volunteers of all ages are welcome to attend this free monthly surfing clinic on Rockaway Beach.

Get all dolled up and ready to dance: NYC's favorite Prohibition Era party is back on Governor's Island for its 15th season.

Shop local and shop Black this summer. Over a dozen Black-owned vendors will pop up at this free market, from food and drinks to clothes and candles.

Head to BK Yoga Club's body positive backyard with your best poetry, spoken word, or new music, or just enjoy the good vibes at this BYOB open mic night.

Grab your tasting cup for three hours of independent and worldwide rum tasting, along with seminars and more. Tiki garb encouraged, but not required.