In a relatively short amount of time, Robert De Niro’s Tribeca Film Festival has become a leading player on the entertainment scene. Founded in the wake of 9/11 to help revitalize Lower Manhattan, the annual festival celebrates film, music and culture and transforms the downtown neighborhood into a hub for glamorous red carpets and gala affairs. The festival screens more than 100 films from around the world and even offers free outdoor “drive-in” screenings—no car necessary.
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Tour the city in one of the best ways possible and take a relaxing ride with approximately 32,000 cyclists as they pedal their way through all five boroughs on a traffic-free, 40-mile course. This popular event sells out early so make sure to register today.
All of New York’s creative genius bursts forth for the NYCxDESIGN festival. Talented minds showcase their works in installations, talks, trade shows and open studios at venues all across the city during the official celebration of design and all of its related disciplines.
American Ballet Theatre’s 75th Anniversary | May 11- July 4th
Celebrate 75 years with the American Ballet Theater during its eight-week spring residency on the Metropolitan Opera House stage. This season features the New York premiere of Alexei Ratmansky’s all-new The Sleeping Beauty, farewell performances by top dancers, and much more.