June Happenings You Don’t Want To Miss

Breaking down the best June has to offer.

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Breaking down the best June has to offer.

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Other Happenings

Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit


When: May 28th-30th, June 4th-5th

Where: Washington Square Park

Stroll through kiosks of amazing artists! Each exhibitor is selected by a council of fellow artists based on the work they will be displaying. This bi-annual event has been going on for nearly eighty years, so they must be doing something right. Take a walk through during your lunch break or after work. Who knows, maybe you’ll find that Father’s day present you’ve been searching for. More info here.


Warm Up @ MoMA PS1 Courtyard

Tickets $22 in advance, $25 day of

When: 3-9 PM. Every Saturday until August 27th, starting June 11th

Where: 22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, NY

Always a series to look forward dot, the MoMA PS1 Courtyard creates a space for creative collaboration, new material, and side projects of featured artists in experimental music, sound, and DJs. Throughout the summer, you’ll be exposed to a broad range of genres, hopefully finding something new that you like. Grab your friends, it’s the ideal way to do something on Saturday that isn’t just brunch and window-shopping. For the full summer lineup, go here.

Museum Mile Festival


When: 6-9PM June 14th

One of the perks of living in New York, or visiting, is the abundance of incredible museums. It’s easy to take for granted, but we have access to some of the greatest works of art of all time. The Museum Mile Festival is an opportune night to make your way through the seven museums located on Museum Mile, aka that stretch of 5th Ave. with all the big buildings. You’ll see El Museo del Barrio, Musueum of the City of New York, The Jewish Musueum, Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Neue Galerie, and, of course, The MET. They have activities and food to accompany your museum-hopping. More info here:

NYC Craft Beer Festival

Where: Lexington Avenue Armoury

When: June 17th & 18th

We are all about a craft beer. While slightly uneducated, that doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate it! The NYC Craft Beer Festival is the perfect way to learn a little bit about beer so that you can, for once, make an educated order at the bar, instead of ordering something “that’s not too heavy.” With 75 breweries serving up 150 beers and ciders, you’ll be a pro by the time you leave. You and your complimentary tasting glass will develop a very intimate relationship, given that there is unlimited 2oz tastings of everything. For ticket information, visit the website here.


So many June events! Did we miss anything? An underground concert? A pop-up shop? Comment below! Friends share, right?

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