Happy First day of June!
Just like other weeks, we have gathered 12 unique events to get you through the weekend.
Savage 21 is coming to NYC to party with you like a rockstar.
All-You-Can-Eat Ice Cream Scooper Bowl Festival and the Brooklyn Film Festival are here to kick off your June more exciting way!
Friday, June 1st
Savage 21 (610 West 56th Street, Manhattan @ 8 PM)
Emerging creative, 21 Savage is going to Terminal 5.
Recently receiving attention for projects Free Guwop, Savage Mode, and Issa; he reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 and was awarded Top Rap Song for his feature on Post Malone’s Rockstar.
Greenpoint Open Studios 2018 Launch Party (252 Java Street, Brooklyn)
Greenpoint Open Studios is a well-known organization providing a free and open space for local artists to build, engage, and support the creative community in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
This weekend, hundreds of artists and designers open up their studios to the public allowing you to explore and mingle with awesome artists.
Enjoy sounds by Mike Bhaiya + Hongo1, Jules & The Jinks, and a live DJ sets along with drinks and tacos as you wander through the art.
Brooklyn Film Festival Opening Screening & Party (80 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn @ 7:30 PM)
The Brooklyn Film Festival is back, kicking off with a Friday night screening/party held at the Wythe Hotel.
View a curated selection of short films and enjoy the opportunity to connect with the some of filmmakers.
First Fridays: LGBTQ Pride Edition (515 Malcolm X Boulevard, Manhattan @ 6 PM)
This Friday, Schomburg Center is kicking off LGBT PRide Month with their third annual First Friday: Gay Pride Edition and with recognition of their In the Life Archive, an inspirational collection of materials of the Black LGBT community.
Celebrate your pride and jam to DJ Frankie Paradise, DJ Missy B, Craig Nice, as you sip your signature drinks and explore the galleries.
Saturday, June 2nd
All-You-Can-Eat Ice Cream Festival: Scooper Bowl New York (Bryant Park, Manhattan)
I scream you scream, we all scream for....the All-You-Can Eat Ice Cream Festival.
It's the festival's 36th year and they are planning out to dish out 3 tons (40,000 pounds) of ice-cream! Joined by the world’s leading companies and craft creameries, (Baskin-Robbins, Ben & Jerry’s, Haagen-Dazs, Wafels & Dinges, Mo Mochi Ice Cream) to scoop delicious their cold ice cream for y’all.
Swing by for a cup or cone, there's plenty to go around.
The Boogie DOWN Brunch: Reggae Nation (112 Lincoln Ave, Bronx @ 12 PM)
Boogie on and on and on.
Free your mind at Charlies Bar & Kitchen by listing to the best of 90’s Hip Hop and R&B, and the best of Old & New school Reggae!
Enjoy the delicious brunch menus and signature drinks with great music and crowd.
The Art of Bonsai (333 East 47th St, New York, @ 11 AM)
The art of Bonsai, traces back almost 2000 years, serving as one of surviving ancient arts that incorporate visual harmony and botanical well-being.
The Japan Society NYC is having a creative workshop for you to learn the skills to master this art form of bonsai and its history and craft of Japanese art form.
Coming to America Drinking Game ( 308 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn @ 11:59 PM)
Prince Akeem says “Good evening, neighbors!”
One of the classic Comedy movies by Eddie Muphy, Coming to America is coming to Videology Bar & Cinema to make your ass out! Follow African prince Akeem (Eddie Murphy) retaliate against an arranged marriage and head to America to find a new bride.
Will Akeem find his bride? Drink while he searches for a beautiful American bride in NYC.
Sunday, May 3rd
Paint Yourself Or Your Pet (385 5th Ave, Brooklyn, @ 3 PM)
Do you love yourself or your pet?
Come paint at Pinot’s Palette to paint a portrait of your pet and give yourself and your pet a gift!
Whether you’re a decent painter or a noob you’ll be walked through the basics of drawing, mixing colors, and painting.
Turtle Day (675 W 252nd St, Bronx @ 1 PM)
It’s the World Turtle Day!
Wave Hill House is inviting youngsters and families to drop by to see turtle shell, eggs, and meet a live turtle.
2018 Tunnel to Towers Tower Climb at One World Observatory (On Barclay St. Between Greenwich St. and West St @ 4 AM)
Climb to honor the sacrifice of firefighter Stephen Siller who save others’ lives on September 11th, 2011.
This event is also to honor our military and first responders who have done so much for our country.
Crafting of the Witch: Making of Spelled Candles (18 Bleecker St, New York)
Wanna trying something new and spiritual?
WFT Academy (The First Witch School in NYC) is inviting you to make your own candles to your environment and beliefs, and working to make your dreams come true.
Learn about herbs, colors, waxes, oils, and stones for candles bases, and how to bind spell intentions to the candle to help your deepest dreams come true.