Whimsical Weekend Guide 🍁🍂🤩

With this crazy weather we’ve been having lately, it’s pretty clear to see that Summer is holding on for dear life! With the fall season just around the corner, we want the chance to enjoy every last bit of the sunny season we can get! Mark these events down in your calendar and bask in the fun that is set out for you this weekend.

Friday September 21st

Brooklyn Night Market (272 Meserole Street, Brooklyn @ 4:00 PM)

Come check out some of NYC’s amazing food vendors for this ‘one of a kind foodie nightlife experience’. The Midnight Market offers a great place to eat for a great price, as well as drink at their all-night happy hour bar.

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Some vendors include Waffle Totz, Sam’s Fried Ice Cream, Pescatore Seafood Company, RIB in a CUP, Hold My Knots, The Brownie Bar, and so much more!

This is a 21 and older event, and tickets can be purchased online for $10 or at the door for $15. This is a cash only event so make sure to bring your appetite and get your money’s worth!

Room For Tea (371 Broadway, Manhattan @ 11:00 AM)

Room for Tea is a great way to immerse yourself into tea culture! After a great 2 week run, Friday is the last day for the pop up so make sure you make it for the journey through 18 visual highlights like the Matcha Under Cherry Blossom and Mint Tea Secret Box, as well as a complimentary tea tasting!

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Buy your tickets in advance to secure a spot!

The Last Dragon - Free Outdoor Screening (Parade Ground on Governor’s Island @ 7:00 PM)

The final free outdoor screening of the summer at Governors Island is of the delightful martial arts cult classic The Last Dragon! Prior to the movie, the star of the film, Taimak, will be having a meet-and-greet from 6:30-7 by the beer garden/picnic area.

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Ferries will run from the Battery Maritime in Lower Manhattan, located at 10 South Street. We recommend taking the 6:30, 7, or 7:30pm ferry in order to arrive before the film begins. Food vendors and a beer garden will be open to attendees starting at 7pm.

Art Battle New York (158 Bleecker Street, Manhattan @ 7:00 PM)

Watch a room explode with creation at this live competition, which holds a series of New York’s best painters who compete in several round of live painting.

Artists from all over have been coming together to be a part of the world’s largest live painting community and secure that top spot!

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The winners are decided by audience vote, and qualify to the Final Round for a chance to make it to the New York City Championships and move to the US and International Finals! You could be looking at the greatest painters of our time!

Bring all of your friends over and listen to great music, experience great art, and watch before your own eyes as color flies and blank canvases become beautiful masterpieces.

Entry to the event is 21 and over, and tickets can be purchased in advance for $15, and at the door for $20. Doors open at 6!

Saturday September 22nd

San Junipero - A Retrowave Party (361 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn @ 11:30 )

The party we didn’t know we needed but man, are we grateful for anyway. Plug yourself into your favorite Black Mirror episode and enjoy the first all-retrowave party in NYC.

With music inspired by 1980’s pop culture, immerse yourself into the era by throwing on 80’s inspired attire. Grab your ripped jeans and airbrushed t-shirts, slick your hair back or put it up in a scrunchie, and make heaven a place on Earth!

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Advanced tickets are $10, but you must be 18 years old or older. Tickets can also be purchased at the door for $15. For anyone 21 and older, admission is free if you arrive before midnight with RSVP.

Photoville ( Brooklyn Bridge Plaza, on the corners of Water Street and New Dock Street @ various times)

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Come out to the final weekend of Photoville! Opened to the public, and dogs included, this free event will showcase more than 600 artists through photo exhibitions and outdoor installations.

The amazing group of people behind this offer the experience to entertain through visual stories, and organized hands-on workshops, artist lectures, and panel discussions.

It is unlike any photo festival in the world so make sure you get the chance to see it in its full form.

Havana Nights - The Ultimate Latin Fiesta, Musical Salute To Buena Vista Social Club Feat. The Rumberos (212 East 52nd Street, Manhattan @ 9:30 PM)

Are you into the nice latin vibes of music? Enjoy your Saturday at Club Bonafide where the Rumberos will be performing songs from bands like Gypsy Kings and Santana. Go loco in this lively Latin music fiesta that are sure to make your hips move live they never have before!

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Tickets must be purchased in advance, and doors open at 9:00PM

Oktoberfest (78 South Street, Manhattan @ 12:00 PM)

Oktoberfest NYC is back and better than ever! The first out of 4 weekends, the Oktoberfest atmosphere will be brought from Munich to New York City and provide fun for the entire family.

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Have a German beer in one hand and a pretzel in the other while enjoying full Oktoberfest decorations and fun games. Dance to live music and enjoy some of the best Oktoberfest food that New York has to offer!

The event is free, so make sure to reserve your tickets today for any of the weekends!

Sunday September 23rd

Tribeca TV Festival (Spring Studios, 50 Varick Street, Soho @ various times)

bigscreenny If you love TV as much as us, you won’t want to miss the @tribeca TV festival coming up next week! Grab those tix for sneak peaks and incredible talks from your favorite shows!

The annual Tribeca TV Festival presents three days of premieres and panels featuring the very best of television. All weekend, there will be a panel discussion including Mariska Hargitay, Ice T, Dick Wolf and the rest of the cast of Law and Order: SVU. Bryan Cranston looks back on Breaking Bad for the tenth anniversary of its premiere, and Tracey Ullman shows up to preview a new season of HBO zaniness. The festival will also host a viewing of one of Anthony Bourdain's finale episodes of Parts Unknown.

Tickets to each event can be bought on their website, and range from $20–$30. Don't miss the chance to bask in the glow of the small screen.

Feast of San Gennaro (Little Italy on Mulberry Street, New York)

The gift that keeps on giving. Sail away to Naples on this 11-day excursion to take part in one of the best parts of Italian culture, delicious food.

Finishing off this weekend, you could enjoy the last bit of the festival by taking part in their live entertainment and contests, as well as eating and drinking at some of Little Italy’s finest restaurants. There are also the street fair where people can purchase cannoli, fried dough, torrone, and sausage-and-pepper sandwiches.

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Guests can also check out the focus of the event: a customary procession of the statue of San Gennaro

Ferris wheels, rides, and so on, come to Mulberry Street and soak in the Italian-American culture for free!

A Hard Day’s Night - Screening & Tribute Concert (4140 Broadway, Manhattan @ 4:30 PM)

Enjoy a screening of one of the greatest rock-and-roll comedy adventures ever, the 1964 movie “A Hard Day’s Night”.

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The event also hosts the Beatles tribute band, Strawberry Fields, a group of true look-alike performers, handpicked from hundreds of auditionees, who speak in Liverpudlian accents and play on the vintage musical instruments Beatles fans have come to recognize. The bassist is even left-handed, just like Paul! It is as close to a real Beatles concert as you can get.

Tickets are sold in advance, and each ticket is $10.

Friends “Brunch” Trivia (417 9th Avenue, Hudson Yards @ 1:00 PM)

Could you BE any more of a FRIENDS fan? Put it to the test at this Friends Trivia Night, the most exciting thing to ever happen in NYC since Joey became Doctor Drake Ramoray on Days Of Our Lives.

Five rounds of challenging questions, so make sure you DON’T GO ON A BREAK and practice your knowledge!

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You can get tickets on Eventbrite, and the best way to reserve tickets is by selecting a team captain and having them be in charge of tickets for ALL team members. For example, if Monica, Chandler, Ross and Rachel are a team and Monica gets put in charge, she will then reserve tickets for herself, Chandler, Ross and Rachel = (4) in total. If you think you’re up or the challenge alone, please reserve only one ticket!

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