New York Comic Con is back this year! This is a great event that celebrates everything comic-book, film, TV, video and action games, anime and much more related. Over 100,00 enthusiasts attend these events and are joined by celebrity and costume panels. Come and join the fun! See this site for more information and how
Diwali, the Hindu festival of light is being celebrated in Times Square! Diwali is celebrated by thousands worlds wide and is typically honored by lighting a small lamp called a ‘Diya’ and allowing its light to shine through and light the way for Hindu Goddess, Lakshmi. Come down to Times Square and witness the beauty
The Downtown Brooklyn Arts Festival and great exhibition of Brooklyn’s local artists showcasing their incredible talent and creativity in art, drama, theater, music and much more. It’s also a free event, and there will be tours, readings, talks, exhibits and much more to celebrate art in Brooklyn. Check out their website for more information and
The Queens county farm museum is one of New York’s largest remaining space of undisturbed farmland and it occupies New York City’s only corn maze! This is a fun and interactive activity encouraging people to take part in challenges, solve puzzles and finding your way through a maze that takes place during the evening! Check
At the New York Aquarium, explore the newly placed exhibit that is dedicated especially to different types of sharks. Roam through and even feed some of the other sea animals such as turtles, rays and loads of different fish! Check out their website for more information.
The Halloween Parade is one of New York City’s best Halloween events to take place in Greenwich Village with over 50,000 people joining in on the spooky fun! It is completely free to march in or spectate and watch, however a costume is compulsory to be able to join in on the procession. This is
Banned in it’s country after its premiere in 1703, The Love Suicides At Sonezaki, is now entering US production with an interpretated version by artist Hiroshi Sugimoto. Witness the beauty and artisty of puppet theater that captures the timely and lively movement of humans. Come down and see this at Rose Theater at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P.
Experience a traditional München Oktoberfest by the East River, with traditions of Oktoberfest having been celebrated for over 200 years in Munich. Hosted by Zum Schneider, there will be an array of food, live music, entertainment and of course … beer, all fully presented in traditional- decorated Oktoberfest tents. Tickets are required for general and