New York Festivals 2019, 2020

Smith Haven Mall Carnival 2019

Smith Haven Mall Carnival

May 30, 2019

Smith Haven Mall , Lake Grove, New York

Herricks Community Center Carnival 2019

Herricks Community Center Carnival

May 30, 2019

Herricks Community Center, New Hyde Park, New York

Spring Garden Maifest 2019

Spring Garden Maifest

May, 2019

Spring Garden Park, 3838 Two Rod Rd East Aurora, NY, East Aurora, New York

St. Demetrios Greek Festival 2019

St. Demetrios Greek Festival

May, 2019

Saint Demetrios Cathedral, 30-11 30th Dr Astoria, NY, Astoria, New York

soloNOVA Arts Festival 2019

soloNOVA Arts Festival

May, 2019

Wings Theatre, New York, New York

Syracuse Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival 2019

Syracuse Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival

May, 2019

New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd Syracuse, Syracuse, New York

Finger on the Pulse BBQ Blowout 2019

Finger on the Pulse BBQ Blowout

May, 2019

The Drink, 228 Manhattan Ave Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn, New York

Spirits of Mexico Festival 2019

Spirits of Mexico Festival

May, 2019

Astor Center, New York, New York

Downtown Urban Theater Festival 2019

Downtown Urban Theater Festival

May, 2019

Multiple Venues in Downtown New York, New York, New York



May, 2019

The Wick, 260 Merserole St Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn, New York

Gavins Mothers Day Craft Fair 2019

Gavins Mothers Day Craft Fair

May, 2019

Gavins Resort - East Durham, NY 12423, East Durham, New York

Bethpage Street Fair 2019

Bethpage Street Fair

May, 2019

Downtown shopping district , Bethpage, New York

Open House Craft Fair 2019

Open House Craft Fair

May, 2019

Empire State Heritage Park, formerly the Erie Canal Village , Rome, New York

Blue Note Jazz Festival 2019

Blue Note Jazz Festival

May, 2019

Multiple Locations in New York, New York, NY, New York, New York

PENNY Bluegrass Festival 2019

PENNY Bluegrass Festival

May, 2019

Busy Bird Festival Grounds, 231 N Ketchumville Rd Berkshire, NY, Berkshire, New York

New York Hot Jazz Festival 2019

New York Hot Jazz Festival

May, 2019

The Django at the Roxy Hotel, 2 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY, New York, New York

Lake George's Italian Festival 2019

Lake George's Italian Festival

May, 2019

On Canada Street & Shepard's Park , Lake George, New York

World Nomads Tunisia Festival 2019

World Nomads Tunisia Festival

May, 2019

New York, New York, United States, New York, New York

Vintage Yard and Antique Sale 2019

Vintage Yard and Antique Sale

May, 2019

328 Hawkins Avenue , Lake Ronkonkoma, New York

NY Funny Songs Fest 2019

NY Funny Songs Fest

May, 2019

New York, New York, United States, New York, New York

FutureShorts Short Film Festival 2019

FutureShorts Short Film Festival

May, 2019

Palisades Community Center, Palisades, New York

Glens Falls Brewfest 2019

Glens Falls Brewfest

May, 2019

Glens Falls Civic Ctr, Crandall Park, Glens Falls; Adirondack Sports Complex, Queensbury and area go, New York, New York

Five Boro Craft Beer Fest 2019

Five Boro Craft Beer Fest

May, 2019

The Well, 272 Meserole St Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn, New York

Village of Great Neck Street Fair 2019

Village of Great Neck Street Fair

May, 2019

Old Village of Great Neck , Great Neck, New York

Lake George Elvis Festival 2019

Lake George Elvis Festival

May, 2019

Shepard Park, Lake George, New York

About Festivals in New York

We’ve all seen the t-shirts and the postcards, and there are plenty of reasons why travellers pile into aeroplanes each day to see experience the sights and sounds of historic New York City. From the Hudson River to the Statue of Liberty, it’s packed with iconic images and famous faces. But the city also offers a great number of events and festivals throughout the year.

New York city gleefully marks each of the significant calendar days throughout the year, whether it’s Halloween, Christmas or New Year’s Eve. And on many of these days, fantastic events and festivals offer visitors and locals the chance to come together and celebrate. The St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the Times Square New Year’s Eve celebration and Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade are only a few of New York’s huge annual celebrations, and all three conjure up exciting images of grandeur, fun and excess. These events are all packed with food, fun, entertainment and laughter, and each one provides hundreds of thousands of eager visitors with much to do and enjoy.

Tribeca Film Festival is also synonymous with the city, and many celluloid lovers make the pilgrimage to New York each year to get their film fix. The festival draws almost three million attendees, and screens almost two thousand movies, offering comers the chance to see a range of unique and unusual independent cinema. The firm focus of the event is on supporting and celebrating the work of independent artists, and aims to expose interesting work to as wide an audience as possible. If you’re looking to find the best in unique shorts, documentaries, feature films and more, this is the place to do it. Who said square eyes were a bad thing?

The New York International Fringe Festival also brings independent work to culture vultures, and is the largest multi-arts festival in North America. It delivers a diverse program of innovative theatre across a variety of styles, and much of the work here has gone on to fill the theatres of Broadway. It’s a perfect place for theatre lovers to tread the boards!

Other New York festivals celebrate the history and culture of different suburbs within the area, and are an ideal way to discover and delve into the heritage of the city. Many more events offer food, drinks, music and more – the offerings from this city are as diverse as the place itself!