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10 Things To Do This Weekend

Thursday, April 20, 2017
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So much to do this weekend! Don’t miss the Tribeca Film Festival, the newest Art Met Roof installation and so much more. Check out what we’ve got in store for this weekend below.


Food & Drink Beer Mansion


April 21-22


The Monto & The Well, 272 Meserole Street


Celebrate beer, music and community at this first ever festival! There will be tastings in various rooms, a Bloody Mary bar, food from Roberta’s and much more. Tickets are $60-$65. For more information visit here.


Patti Austin: Ella Now and Then


April 22, 8 pm


Brooklyn Center for Performing Arts, Brooklyn College, 2900 Bedford Avenue


What better way to celebrate the 100th birthday of Ella Fitzgerald than listening to Patti Austin’s beautiful voice. Austin will be performing Fitzgerald’s memorable hits including How High the Moon and The Man I Love. Tickets are $36-$55. For more information visit here.


Queens Night Market


April 22-23


New York Hall of Science, 47-01 111th Street, Queens


To celebrate the first two weekends of the Queens Night Market, there will be exciting “sneak previews” for purchase in advance. Vendors will be selling food, art and merchandise and there will be live performances, drinks and games for everyone. Admission for April 22-23 is $5. For more information visit here.


NYC Hot Sauce Expo


April 22-23, 10 am


Brooklyn Expo Center, 79 Franklin Street


Test your hot sauce tolerance at this year’s NYC Hot Sauce Expo! There will be samplings of hot sauces, food tasting and eating competitions. Don’t miss this delicious event. Tickets are $10 for general admission. For more information visit here.


Ballet Hispanico


Through April 23


Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue


The New York company who brings Latino culture to life through dance brings a program of all-female choreographers this season. Tickets are $51-$76. For more information visit here.


Tribeca Film Festival


Through April 30


Various venues in Manhattan


Aside from movies, this 16th annual film festival explores virtual reality, television and more. Featured films include Dare To Be Different, The Clapper, The Godfather. Single tickets are $12-$40. For more information visit here.


Chihuly at NYBG 


April 22 – October 29


New York Botanical Garden, 2900 Southern Boulevard 


Don’t miss Dale Chihuly’s first major garden exhibition in 10 years! Breathtaking glass sculptures will be covering the nature filled grounds. Tickets are $23-$28. For more information visit here.


Art Met Roof Garden Commission


Through October 29


Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden, Metropolitan Musuem of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue


Argentine artist Adrián Villar Rojas takes over the Met’s annual Roof Garden Commission this year. Titled The Theater of Disappearance, his installation includes 16 sculptures that mimic human forms of objects in the museum’s collection. The completely transformed roof is a must see this season! For more information visit here.


Bandstand


Through December 30


Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, 242 West 45th Street


This brand new musical follows World War II veterans as they compete in a national radio contest. Bandstand is directed and choreographed by Tony award winner Andy Blankenbuehler. Tickets are $59-$159. For more information visit here.


Anastasia


Through January 7


Broadhurst Theatre, 235 West 44th Street


Inspired by the 1956 film and the 1997 animation, explore the mystery of the missing daughter of Russia’s Czar Nicholas. Cast members include Ramin Karminloo, Christy Altomare and Derek Klena. Tickets are $69-$189. For more information visit here.





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