Broadway Week is back! Act fast to get exclusive two- for-one tickets on Broadway’s hottest shows including, Aladdin, Cats, Fiddler on the Roof and more. Visit NYC Broadway Week for more information and tickets. When you head out to Broadway be sure to park at our Emerald Green Garage at 320 West 38th St.
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council kicks of it’s annual River to River Festival Thursday June 16, 2016. Running through June 26, the 11 days are packed with over 30 events and 90 plus participating artists. Experience live art, dance, and performance through out lower Manhattan at parks, the waterfront, hotels, office spaces, and more! Be close to all the action throughout the festival by parking at our 10 Liberty or 10 Barclay garages.
Get blinded by science at the World Science Festival taking over Manhattan June 1 -5, 2016. This annual gathering of the greatest minds of science and the arts allows a broad general audience to engage with scientific discoveries through discussions, intimate salons, interactive explorations, musical performances and much, much more! Check out the schedule here, if you’re heading to the events at John Jay College, park near all the action at The Regent Garage, 45 W. 60th St.
The United States Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard have sailed into town for their annual Fleet Week celebration. In its 28th year, Fleet Week offers New York City an unparalleled view of the latest capabilities of today’s maritime services. Events are being held throughout the city including vessel tours, read aloud events at libraries, exercise demonstrations and much more! The Military Day at Battery Park on Saturday May 28 with band performances, boot camp-style exercises, and demonstrations, is not to be missed. Be sure to park close to the action at 10 Barclay Street or 10 Liberty Street.
The South Street Seaport Museum celebrates the sea-faring history that helped build New York City as we know it today. Visit their current exhibition Street of Ships, The Port and Its People and travel back in time by viewing art and artifacts from the Museum’s permanent collection.
From the museum: ”The exhibition examines the decisive role played by the 19th Century Seaport at South Street — long known as the ‘Street of Ships’ — in securing New York’s place as America’s largest city and its rise to become the world’s busiest port by the start of the 20th Century.”
Park at the Liberty Plaza Garage, and enjoy a short strool to the Seaport.
Celebrate the homecoming of America’s Cup, returning to New York Harbor after 96 years. The two-day sailing event features the world’s fastest sailors and boats looking to earn points towards the final competition for the 35th America’s Cup on Bermuda in 2017. Head down to Battery Park City and the Brookfield Place Waterfront Plaza to view the races from land, pier, or spectator boats. Swing by the Event Village for all day entertainment, sponsor activity, and hospitality. Park close by to all the action at Liberty Plaza Garage, 10 Liberty St.
The Tribeca Film Festival is back with film screenings, panels, and more happening all over the city. Be close to the heart of the action happening downtown. Park at the Barclay Tower Garage – 10 Barclay St. and be a quick 10 minute walk to the festival’s headquarters.
Earlier this month, the Metropolitan Museum of Art opened it’s new outpost, The Met Breuer, a museum space that formally housed the Whitney Museum of American Art. The Met Breuer will be the museums dedicated space for modern and contemporary art exhibitions. The new space aims to “enables visitors to engage with the art of the 20th and 21st centuries through the global breadth and historical reach of The Met’s unparalleled collection and resources through a range of exhibitions, commissions, performances, and artist residencies.”
When visiting The Met Breuer park conveniently at The Fairmont Garage, 300 East 75th St.
Celebrate Jazz in July at the 92nd St. Y with the true titians and raising stars of jazz! The festival opens tonight, July 21 with Bill and Dick’s All-Star Jazz Party and continues through July 30th with concerts every evening. Stop in for one show or build your own festival with two, four, or six concert subscription series. Click here for more information on the festival. Always be close to the action at 92nd St Y by parking at 1755 0r 1775 York Ave.
The Tribeca Film Festival is back! The annual celebration of cinema kicks off tonight with a free drive-in movie experience featuring Clue (1985) at the Tribeca Drive-In, Brookfield Place (World Financial Center Plaza). The free screening has many fun activities planned including a costume contest, photo booth, movie trivia, board games and more! Not in New York? Be sure to check out the Online Festival events. If you’re heading out for tonight’s fun, park at Barclay Tower, 1o Barclay Street. See a listing of all of our convenient garages for great parking spots throughout the festival!