Welcome, March! New York’s temperature has been yo-yo-ing for about a week, but winter is almost over and let the spring festivities begin soon.
Here’s to a new month, new start, and a new beginning, and here are some stunning stuff going down and you should not miss out this weekend.
Friday, March 2nd
Flamenco Festival (131 W 55th St)
Come celebrate the flamenco's global allure. Flamenco Festival is presenting Spain’s finest dancers and musician together.
In addition, Ballet Nacional de Espana is also performing in NYC for the first time in nearly 20 years with a new work, Suite Sevilla, to bring authenticity and culture of Flamenco to NYC.
This Flamenco Festival will show you the depths of passions and femininity of Spanish culture!
Ryhe (Brooklyn Steel @ 8:00 PM)
Rhye, a famous R&B musical project of Canadian singer Milosh, is coming to Brooklyn this Friday. Rhye is known for mosaic of emotive piano keys, physical percussion, and an exceptional musicality!
If you want to try a new musical experience, you should get on a subway and head to Brooklyn Steel this Friday!
Do The Right Thing With Pizza (308 Bedford Ave @ 9:15 PM)
Kick back and enjoy Spike Lee’s masterpiece with the pizza all residents of famous at Videography Bar & Grill! What could go wrong with watching a movie and eating pizza?!
Also, stay after the film to redeem your ticket at the bar for $2 off any drink!
First Friday Leo Bar (725 Park Ave @ 6:00 PM)
This Friday, be among the first to explore the new exhibition Unknown Tibet: the Tuccie Expedition and Buddhist Painting hosting by Asia Society. It’s featuring free museum admission, drink & vodka tasting specials by Milano Green Vodka, and artists and performances!
It’s always better to see something once than to hear about thousand times!
Saturday, March 3rd
Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon (The Museum of the Modern Art @ 10:00 AM)
MoMA is hosting an all-day communal updating of Wikipedia entries on subjects related to gender, art, and feminism.
Bring your crew, laptop, and ideas for entries that need improving or creation, and join other researchers and online communities to share and learn!
A Holi Inspired Festival (Greenwich VIllage @ 1:00 PM)
Get messy with bright colored paints and dance to live music and drumming at A Holi Inspired Festival hosted by Secret NYC and Fever. There will DJ’s, Cacao ceremony, delicious food, unique performances, and free goodies!
Make sure to dressed in all white, and leave covered in all the colors symbolic of love, good vibes, and with unforgettable memories!
Soul Clap / Bradley Zero / Pontchartrain / Lauren Flax / more (599 Johnson Ave @ 11:00 PM)
Elsewhere is a live music venue, nightclub & art space in Brooklyn, and this Saturday, and they are inviting famous DJs such as Soul Clap, Bradley Zero, and Pontchartrain for you to encounter music without boundaries!
Dance the night away.
XM Cafe: The Blogger Social (The Bronx Museum of the Arts @ 4:00PM)
Are you a blogger, or interested in blogging? Bloggers play a critical role by sharing stories and driving of positive change in our society.
Meet, mingle, and party with your favorite content producers and influencers such as @BloggerfromtheBronx @bornjuice @bronxer and others at the first ever blogger social in the Bronx!
Sunday, March 4th
Climb to the Top NYC 2018 (30 Rockefeller Center @ 6:00 AM)
Do you wanna exercise, and at the same time, do something to help our community? Then, scrap the elevator and challenge yourself to an indoor vertical 5K at Climb to the Top NYC!
Not only you exercise and explore unparalleled views of the NYC; this event will raise funds to help 12,000 residents who are affected by multiple sclerosis. Let’s exercise and help the community.
The Big Oscars Quiz Thing (Caveat @ 5:00 PM)
The Big Quiz Thing is hosting its sixth-annual edition of New York’s premier Academy Awards game show at Caveat. Catch all the gold-statue excitement and glamorous prizes on the venue’s big screen.
Bring your friends, form a team, and get ready for multimedia movie-trivia game show!
Puff's the Play (6:00 PM, 340 West 50th St)
Abracadabra! Puffs is like the Harry Potter comedy play that can promise you won’t regret seeing it! This mind-blowing play will give you a new look at a magical adventure and journey from three potentials heroes trying to make it through a magic school.
Whoever grew up alongside Harry Potter and are eager to revisit that world, Puffs the play is the way to go!
Trap-Opera and Negro Spirituals (The School of Jazz, 55 W 13th Street @ 7:30PM)
Do you love listening to Trap hip-hop?
The Trap Chorale is hosting their first concert that will feature the music of Cardi-B, Future, Migos, Fetty Wapp, arranged for a sixteen voice choir and mini-orchestra.
Furthermore, they will have Moses Hogan, Eugene Palmore and Stacy Gibbs to see traditional negro spiritual arrangements.
Orchestra + trap? Sounds pretty dope.