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Jul 18

6 Events You Can’t Miss This Weekend In NYC

Sticking to the city this weekend? From the three-day Panorama music fest to a massive silent disco in the middle of a baseball field, we have you covered. Click through for all the NYC events you can’t miss!


What: Panorama is back this summer with some of the biggest acts in music. Returning for its third engagement to New York City’s Randall’s Island Park, the 3 day festival will kick off Friday, July 27 with performances by THE WEEKND, MIGOS, FATHER JOHN MISTY, THE WAR ON DRUGS and DUA LIPA. The festival will continue into Saturday with sets from JANET JACKSON, SZA, GUCCI MANE and ST. VINCENT before closing out the weekend on Sunday with THE KILLERS, THE XX, ODESZA, DAVID BYRNE, FLEET FOXES and more.

When: Friday, July 27 – Sunday, July 29


Museum of Pizza x Hotel Chantelle x Williamsburg Pizza

What: We all know that New York is famed for its pizza prowess so why not spend your day paying homage to the city who patented the dollar slice? Hotel Chantelle is hosting an event celebrating all things pizza.

When: Friday, July 27


6th Annual NY Women’s Surf Film Festival 2018

What: Just because you are in the concrete jungle doesn’t mean you can’t appreciate the great outdoors. Head to Rockaway Beach Club any time this weekend to experience the first ever Women’s Surf Film Festival.

When: Friday, July 27


Breakers Day Party with NY Cult

What: One of the best things about living in NYC is you can always find a party on the roof. This weekend, head to The Breakers for a day party featuring the musical stylings of Justin Miller and friends.

When: Saturday, July 28


Silent Disco at MCU Park

What: Head to Coney Island to party all night to the silent sounds of three different DJs in the middle of the Cyclones field. Sure to be a surreal experience.

When: Saturday, July 28


Community Bike Ride with lululemon

What: If you aren’t one to let the heat stop you from getting your workout in, head to lululemon  in Williamsburg because Marc Diagl is leading a community bike ride.

When: Sunday, July 29


Written By: Camilla Davis

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