New York Event
Empire State Building Run Up
This is the racing event to run up the skyscraper, Empire State bldg. from the 1st floor to the 86th floor, observatory and will be held in early Feb. or Mar.
St. Patrick's Day Parade
It is the Irish festival held on Mar. 17th around through 44th to 86th on 5th Avenue. 5th Avenue will be filled with Irish color.
It will be held in Easter Sunday's at 10:00-16:00. 5th Avenu through 49th to 57th St. will be displayed with various Easter decoration.
Five Boro Bike Tour
Five Boro Bike Tour is the bike race start from Battery park and goes through all 5 districts of New York City with 42 miles long. It will be held on last Sunday in every Apr. and more than 20 thousands of poeple will participate.
9th Ave. International Food Festival
This is an ethnic event held in 3rd Sunday in May at International Food Market in Midtown. You'd better to go there with hunger.
Washington Square Outdoor Art Show
During the last week of May to 3rd June, the streets in Village near Washington Square will be changed into the gallery while day time.
The Met in the Parks
During the summer season from June, Metropolitan Opera will have a non-charged performance at the parks in each district of New York City.
Music for City Evening
"Music for City Evening" is the non-charged concert with famous musicians held at Channel Garden in Rockefeller Center, Exson Plaza and McGraw-Hill Plaza. It will be held on every Tuesday and Thursday in the evening during the middle of June and the middle of Aug.
New York Philharmonic in the Park
It is the non-charged classic concert with New York Philharmonic orchestra at the each park in New York City. The fire works will be in the first day. The concert program will change everyday.
Shakespeare in the Park
From the early July to the end of August, at Delacorte Theater in Central Park, Shkespeare Play will be performed without charging.
Harlem Week is the biggest festival of black and Hispanic people held by the chambers of commers of Uptown in the middle of August.
New York Dance Festival
New York Dance Festival is the dance festival held at Delacorte Theater in Central Park in the middle of September. It will open at 20:00 without charge and will perform various type of dance performance.
San Gennaro Festival
It is the biggest event of Little Italy held for about two week in the middle of September. There will be two parades this year, each featuring the Statue of San Gennaro. Each parade will begin on Mulberry Street between Canal and Bayard Streets (one block south of Canal Street), and will proceed north along Mulberry Street to East Houston Street, east along Houston for one block to Mott Street, south on Mott to Grand Street, west on Grand to Mulberry and south on Mulberry to Canal.
New York is Book Country
New York is Book Country will be held on the 3rd Sunday in September around 48th - 57th Streets on 5th Avenue. The open store by the publishing companies will fill out the avenue.
New York Film Festival
New York Film Festival will be held from th 3rd week of September for three weeks at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center.
Columbus Day Parade
It will be on the 2nd Monday in October as a festival for the discovery of the American continent by Columbus. The parade will start from 44th Street to 86th Street on 5th Avenue.
Greenwitch Village Halloween Parade
It is the Halloween Parade on 31th, October in Greenwitch Village and one of the popular parade in New York.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
It is the one of the biggest parade held on 4th Thursday of November. The parade is for Thanksgiving Day starting from 77th St. on Broadway toward 34th, Helard Square Park.
Rockfeller Center Tree Lighting Ceremony
This event is the one of the most famous event which will be on the world wide broadcasting and the date is determined by Rockefeller Center. From this event, Christmas illumination can be seen everywhere.
5th Avenue Holiday Festival
The pedestrian precinct will be held two weeks before Christmas on Monday bet 34th St. and 57th St. on 5th Ave. The area well known for shopping will be crowded with a lot of people enjoying Christmas.
New Year's Eve
This is the another world famous traditional conting down event in the New Year's Eve at Times Square began in 1904. Everybody will watch the apple-shaped ball with 180 electric lamps coming down.
It is the one day event held in early Jan. at Great Lawn in Central Park. Crosscountry, Ice sculpture and Fashionshow will be held.
Chinese New Year
During the Chinese New Year week, China Town will be the most exciting period through the year. Restaurant will serve special menu and the street will be filled with people enjoying parade.
Chinese Lantern Day Parade
Chinese Lantern Day is Jan. 15th on the ancient calendar. Every kids living in China Town will hold lantern for the may and walk to the City Hall.