10 Things To Do This Weekend

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Spring is finally here! Celebrate with the Macy’s Flower Show or attend the newest exhibitions and shows around New York City. Check out everything we’ve got in store for this weekend below. 

Che Malambo

March 24, 7:30 p.m.

Schimmel Center, 3 Spruce Street

Spend the evening immersed in Argentinian dance! Che Malambo is an all-male dance company that performs Malambo, a traditional dance of South American cowboys. With raving reviews from multiple news outlets, the dancers will not disappoint! Tickets are $29-$49. For more information visit here.

NYC Craft Distillers Festival

March 25

Bowery Hotel, 335 Bowery

Travel back to a 1920s speakeasy at the NYC Craft Distillers Festival. There will be more than 20 craft distillers including Montauk Rumrunners, Catskill Provisions and Widow Jane Distillery. Gatsby attire is recommended. Tickets are $95-$100. For more information visit here.

The Zombies

March 25, 8 p.m.

Town Hall, 123 West 43rd Street

Fifty years after becoming the first British Invasion group with their single She’s Not There, The Zombies are back! To celebrate their 50th anniversary of their album Odyssey and Oracle, they will be performing at Town Hall. Tickets are $55-$95. For more information visit here.

Hamburg Ballet

Through March 25

Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue

Choreographer John Neumeier has created over 150 ballets that both focus on the preservation of ballet but also incorporate a modern dramatic framework. The Hamburg ballet will be performing their New York premiere of Old Friends which explores human relationships. Tickets are $10. For more information visit here.

Macy’s Flower Show

March 26-April 9

Macy’s Herald Square Flagship, 151 West 34th Street

Celebrate the beginning of Spring with more than 5,000 types of flowers and plants in Macy’s flagship store. This year’s theme is “Carnival” featuring floral re-creations of a roller coaster, bumper cars and a two-tier carousel. For more information visit here.

Herstory Day

March 26, 11 a.m.

Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue

Celebrate the closing of Women’s History Month with an event honoring New York City women working to achieve their own stories. The event will feature various women and their stories as well as a presentation and the chance to print street muralist Lmnopi’s work onto t-shirts and tote bags. For more information visit here.

The New Yorkers

Through March 26

New York City Center, 131 West 55th Street

Cole Porter’s 1930 prohibition musical, The New Yorkers will be shown by New York City Center’s Encores! This comical Depression-era show stars Cyrille Aimée and Todd Buonopane. Tickets are $35-$125. For more information visit here.

Brit New Wave

Through April 6

Film Forum, 209 West Houston Street

1960s England was a time where filmmakers first incorporated a sense of resentment and rebellion that later led to the hippie revolution and the punk movement. Brit New Wave is complex a series including Saturday Night and Sunday Morning and Georgy Girl. Tickets are $14. For more information visit here.

Saving Washington

Through July 30

New York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West

The Joyce B. Cowin Women’s History Gallery presents this new inaugural exhibition that tells women’s stories throughout the developmental years of the United States. The exhibition focuses on first lady Dolley Madison and includes over 150 objects ranging from artworks, books, clothing, housewares and documents. For more information visit here.


Through January 7

American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th Street

This brand new exhibition uncovers the mummification practices from ancient Egypt and pre-Columbian Peru. Learn about the various ways certain cultures treated their deceased and how scientists have learned about the processes. For more information visit here.


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