Looking to have a great weekend? Check out these events that are going to be held all around New York. From a festival featuring Mozart’s tunes, having champagne while you cruise by Ellis Island & the Statue of Liberty to America’s first art exhibition for dogs. Dial 7 has it all!
Lincoln Center | August 11 – 20, 2017 | 7:30
Attend concerts, operas, late-night recitals, and world premieres at Mostly Mozart Festival, performed by the festival orchestra and special guests at Lincoln Center.
Experience a New York City Lights cruise like never before. Step aboard a decked-out 1920s inspired motor yacht. As you cozy up in the climate controlled observation cabin to take in the twinkling lights of this famous skyline, enjoy a complementary Drink. (Enjoy a complementary beer, wine, champagne or soda on us. Cash bar available for additional drink purchases) Sit back and relax on a beautifully crafted boat as you cruise by Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, Governors Island, and pass under the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge.
Brookfield Place New York | August 11, 2017 – August 13, 2017 | 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM & 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM )
America’s first art exhibition for dogs, dOGUMENTA, opens at Brookfield Place New York this August! Not by or about dogs, dOGUMENTA is a curated art show for dogs. The exhibition invites artists to create work addressing the canine sensibility through a variety of media—from sound and sculpture to kibble and squeaky toys.
New World Stages / The Green Room
Since 2014, THE IMBIBLE shows have combined music and comedy with history, science, and of course drinks to take audiences on musical journeys through time and space while learning about cocktails and spirits! Created by internationally-acclaimed beverage educator Anthony Caporale, THE IMBIBLE series consistently receives rave reviews from both critics and guests alike. All shows include three complimentary craft cocktails!
Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park – Battery Park City | August 13 to 18, 2017 | 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Established by Battery Dance in 1982 as the Downtown Dance Festival, today the Battery Dance Festival (BDF) is New York City’s longest-running free public dance festival. Audiences are traditionally drawn from the large downtown working population and residents, families, tourists, senior citizens and dance fans from the greater NYC metropolitan area. Each year, the Festival draws a combined audience of over 12,000 people.