Even though the temps may rise in August & September, NYC shines with knowing that our favorite season fall is right around the corner. There is still time to sip on cocktails at your favorite rooftop or sneak into a hotel pool that one last time. We know the end of summer can be sad especially with knowing that the cold, frigid winter months are lurking nearby. Say goodbye to end of summer with our top picks for the best events happening in August & September.
Charlie Parker Jazz Festival: This year we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival, a vibrant – and free – celebration of jazz in New York, bringing together storied, veteran players and the next generation of jazz artists. August 24-27, for more info click here.
US Open: For two weeks, Flushing Meadows–Corona Park will be the tennis capital of the world for the U.S. Open tennis tournament. Don’t miss out on seeing some of the top Tennis stars in action. August 28 – September 10, for more info click here.
Jazz Age Lawn Party: Now approaching its 12th year, this event is the world’s original and largest prohibition era inspired gathering. This historically sold out event attracts thousands of time travelers each year, who come together to discover the music and zeitgeist of the 1920s. August 26-27, for more info click here.
Electric Zoo: The festival has become an unmissable attraction on the electronic-dance-music circuit, featuring a wide range of artists both top name and underground. September 1-3, for more info click here.
The Meadows: This fest boasts over 60 artists on four stages, plus eats from local mainstays like Roberta’s, Dough and Bareburger, a Tito’s Bloody Mary Bar and tons of cool art from local creators. September 15-17, for more info click here.