What To Do In NYC This Weekend (June 16-June 18)

Ashley Falzone
Ashley is your semi-above-average 20 something living in Astoria who lives and breathes NYC life. She goes about her days looking forward to all the food she will consume. She also loves referencing Kanye West quotes in her articles whenever applicable.


Celebrate the weekend with your dad by eating a ton of junk food and enjoying the city landscapes. Here are some activities happening:



Doughnut masters will unite this weekend for Time Out’s Donutfest on Saturday at Marquee NY. Tickets for general admission are $29 and include one tasting from each vendor, a temp tattoo bar, and complimentary Kahlua and Bluestone Lane iced coffee cocktails.


Father’s Day Doubleheader: Brooklyn Dodgers and Brooklyn Bridge

Be a tourist with your dad this weekend at these great Brooklyn walking tours. Stroll the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday and learn about how it was constructed. On Sunday, go back to the golden age of New York baseball. A father’s dream indeed.


Egg Rolls, Egg Cream, and Empanadas Festival

The Lower East Side is not just about partying — it actually has an eclectic ethnic community that deserves to be celebrated. The Museum at Eldridge Street hosts this festival on Sunday as a mash-up of the Jewish, Chinese and Puerto Rican tastes, traditions, and sounds that exemplify the neighborhood. Get your three E’s on.


Renegade Craft Fair

Celebrating the creative spirit of independent craft makers, the Renegade Craft Fair will be taking place Saturday and Sunday at the Brooklyn Expo Center. Festivities will include food trucks, art, fashion, and home décor, among other curated objects.


All Day I Dream Event

“All Day I Dream” is the utmost summer party by Lee Burridge of Burning Man. The NYC season opener is taking place on Sunday at the Well in Brooklyn. This mystical musical experience will be more magical than you’d ever expect.


For events to keep you going throughout the month, check out the below:

Summerstage Festival

Every summer, NYC announces an array of performances throughout all five boroughs to enjoy that take place at the various local parks and piers. Most concerts are free, like the MET Opera Series, while other bigger ones usually have a cost, like the Head and the Heart. There’s nothing like an outdoor concert to ring in summer with.


River to River Festival

The 16th Annual River to River Festival is taking place until June 25, featuring 12 great days of music, dance, theater and art to behold. There are 31 unique sites to explore across Lower Manhattan and Governors Island. Most events are free, but some require an RSVP to attend.


20th Annual Black Box New Play Festival

Come on down and see 20some’s own Talia Aroshas kill it this weekend at the 20th annual Black Box New Play Festival in Brooklyn. The play is called “Forever Yours,” and tickets are $25 so go and show her your support!


New Restaurant Openings/Art to Check Out:

Dekalb Market Hall

Dekalb Market is the latest in the New York food hall obsession opening this Friday. It features an insanely good amount of NYC foodie delights, including Katz Deli, Wilma Jean, Ample Hills and the Arepa Lady.


Tramezzini NYC

Authentic Venetian sandwiches have finally hit the NYC thoroughfare and they are made to delight the senses. The artisanal bread comes straight to you from the countryside of Venice, as well as a variety of the other ingredients used, such as olive oil and meats. The flavors will make you feel like you’re in Venice yourself.

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Peter Schoolwerth “Model as Painting”

The Miguel Abreu Gallery in New York is featuring the work of Peter Schoolwerth until June 30. In “Model as Painting,” the works are three-dimensional in order to depict and yet reverse the compression of time and space that is inherent to digital communications. It feels as if the art is coming alive, rather than sitting still beneath the canvas.


Anicka Yi “Life is Cheap” at the Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim Museum is featuring the “Life is Cheap” exhibit by Anicka Yi until July 5. For this exhibition Yi worked with a team of molecular biologists and forensic chemists to create an installation in which natural and technological forces appear as surging, unruly forms. Visitors are able to generate a sensory immersion that goes beyond visual experience, with an emphasis on smell and its potent link to memory and subjectivity.

NOMOFOMO WHAT: LIFE IS CHEAP. "…worked with a team of molecular biologists and forensic chemists to create an installation in which natural and technological forces appear as surging, unruly forms that are nonetheless clinically contained… a second diorama houses a colony of ants—insects that interest Yi because of their intricate division of labor and matriarchal social structure, as well as the sophisticated olfactory system that guides their behavior". MORE IN STORIES. WHO: Anicka Yi. WHERE: Guggenheim Museum (@guggenheim) 1071 5th Ave. WHEN: 10am to 5:45 pm (7:45 pm on Saturdays). Closed Thursdays. $25 (pay-what-you-wish after 5:45 on Saturdays) FEED INSPIRATION: #anickayi #lifeischeap #guggenheim

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