Wet and Whacky Weekend Guide | spoiled NYC

Just because it’s cold now doesn’t mean you should upgrade your Hulu account. 

Living in NYC means there is always something to do, whether its a concert or an art opening, a comedy show or a food event, we’ve got you covered.

All Weekend Long

The Other Art Fair (72 Noble St, Brooklyn)


Presented by Saatchi Art the fair will showcase 130 talented independent and emerging artists, each handpicked by a committee of art world experts. Art lovers can visit the fair with confidence that they are buying from the very best and most promising emerging artists in a unique and immersive experience.

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Friday, November 9th

Yaeji Live (52-19 Flushing Ave @ 8 PM)


Yaeji and her fellow performers are all up and coming artists with plenty of popular hits. 

Performing in Queens, these girls will have plenty of pop beats and good times to kick off your weekend right. Hearing “Raingurl” live will definitely put you in a good mood.

Jo Koy: Break The Mold (2124 Broadway @ 7:30 PM)


Presented by NY Comedy Festival, Jo Koy’s comedy tour comes to the Beacon Theater. 

Koy has been on almost every comedy show and won a few awards. A guy that made people laugh enough they gave him stuff?

Sounds like a superpower.

Isle of Dogs Art Show (213 Bowery @ 6 PM)


Wes Anderson’s stop-motion film Isle of Dogs is another one of his masterpieces. 

This art exhibit presented by Parasol Projects is a collection of art from a wide range of artists who created works that were directly inspired by his beautiful film, creating equally beautiful art.

Revisit: 1983 (40 Avenue C @ 9:30 PM)

An homage to the legendary gay dance party held at The Pyramid Club in the East Village until 2011. 

This is an 80's party reimagined from a gay perspective, and encompassing the grit and sex appeal of the east village.

Saturday, November 10th

NYC Whiskey Fest (269 11th Ave @ 2 PM)


As the weather gets colder, let a whiskey warm you up. Or two. Maybe a mixed drink. Still not warm? We won’t judge, there’s whiskeys from around the world here, enjoy them!

Build a Notebook (Mudd 12th Floor @ 11 AM)


Handcraft your own notebook at Columbia! If you design it, then you’re sure to love it. 

Learn how to stitch, bind, and laser engrave.

Well-Read Black Girl Festival (159 Pioneer St @ 11 AM)


A celebration of Black women readers and writers that seeks to initiate meaningful conversations within the literary arts. A book club founded in 2015, this is their second annual festival.

Maxime Free For Girls Day Party (59 West 21 St @ 4 PM)


Maxime magazine brings the party to New York with reggaeton and house music all night! And yes you read that right, girls go free! Just make sure you’re on the guest list; guys need tickets to enter.

Sunday, November 11th

Jets vs. Bills (1 MetLife Stadium Dr @ 1 PM)


Another tough divisional matchup for these two teams. If you believe defenses win championships, then this game might be for you. Should be exciting to see which offense steps up first!

Comic Arts Brooklyn Fest (200 Willoughby Ave @ 11 AM)


The celebrated free comics festival Comic Arts Brooklyn returns for 2018 with an avalanche of indie, international, and underrepresented artists! If you missed out on Comic-Con or just simply didn’t get enough, this is your chance to truly immerse yourself in comics.

Paint Your Pet Party (25 W 51st St @ 2:15 PM)


What an alliteration! The Paint Your Pet Party will guide you and give you everything you need to get the perfect gift for your pet, a picture of them!

Peloton Pup-Up Adoption Event (1156 Madison Ave @ 12 PM)

Speaking of pets, if you don’t have one to paint, adopt one! These dogs need a home and for a very low adoption cost, you can bring a new best friend to their forever home.

Think you're weekend is buy now, there are a bunch of events happening in NYC now but, just wait until the holidays start!