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Best free things that you should do this summer in NYC
Jul
11
Best free things that you should do this summer in NYC

 

New York Design Agenda would be happy to share the best things that you should do during the summertime!

So, today we bring the best selection with the best places to do a break with your family and friends and enjoy this summer of 2014 in NY.

New York Design Agenda invite you to feast on the display of wonderful places to go in New York City completely free! Take a look:

 

See the stars on the High Line
Tuesdays through October. High Line between W. 13th St. and W. 14th St. at 10th Ave., 212-500-6035, thehighline.orgStargazing on the High Line

Pharrell as part of the Today Show Toyota Concert Series
The performances generally happen during the 8am hour. Through Sept. 5. Rockefeller Plaza, today.com

 

Bookstore, gallery and boutique at PowerHouse Arena

37 Main St., Brooklyn, 718-666-3049,powerhousearena.com

Amazing events at Brooklyn Academy of Music
Through June 30. 30 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, 718-636-4100, bam.org

21st Annual Red Hook Fest
It runs Thu. 6-8pm, Fri. 5:30-7pm and Sat. 12-7pm. Louis J. Valentino Jr. Park and Pier, Brooklyn, dancetheatreetcetera.org. Take a look at the program:

 

Enjoy the Art: Kara Walker

It’s open Fri. 4-8pm and Sat.-Sun. 12-8pm. Through July 6. Domino Sugar Factory, South 1st St., at Kent Ave., Brooklyn, creativetime.orgKara Walker's 'A Subtlety'

Museum Mile Festival
Around Fifth Avenue, open their doors to all, 6-9pm. Fifth Ave., between 82nd and 105th Sts., museummilefestival.org

Socrates Sculpture Park

32-01 Vernon Blvd., Queens, 718-956-1819,socratessculpturepark.org

NYC Pride March

Fifth Ave. to the West Village at June 29, nycpride.org 2013 New York Gay Pride Parade

Macy’s 

East River, macys.com

Central Park Skate Circle
Central Park, near the Mall and Bandshell, cpdsa.org 

Manhattanenge
Various NYC intersections. amnh.org

'Manhattanhenge' sunset

Deltron 3030 at Celebrate Brooklyn!
June–July, Prospect Park Bandshell, bricartsmedia.org

Brooklyn Brewery
79 N. 11th St., Brooklyn, 718-486-7422, brooklynbrewery.comBrooklyn Brewery

King Lear at Shakespeare in the Park
July 22–Aug. 17. Delacorte Theater, Central Park, 212-967-7555, publictheater.org

Bronx Museum of the Arts

9 at 11am, starting inside the museum. 1040 Grand Concourse, the Bronx, 718-681-6000, bronxmuseum.org

Brooklyn Bridge
Summer’s the perfect season to trek across the bridge, gazing out at views of the New York Harbor and skyline. Bring the camera. Brooklyn Bridge, 311, nyc.govBrooklyn Bridge

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Fri. 4–8pm. 11 W. 53rd St., 212-708-9400,moma.org

Brooklyn Flea
Weekends. Locations throughout Brooklyn,brooklynflea.com

Danny Brown performs at Afropunk Fest 2013

Live Burlesque at Nurse Bettie

Thursdays. Nurse Bettie, 106 Norfolk St., 212-477-7515,nursebettie.com

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Xu Bing at the Cathedral
On view through 2014. 7:30am–6pm daily. Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, 1047 Amsterdam Ave., 212-316-7540, stjohndivine.org


Rockaway Beach
Rockaway Peninsula, nycgovparks.org 

Enjoy the summer time to go to the beach:

See more places to go at NewYork.com

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