NYC September Events and Activities Calendar
Summer is behind and everyone is back to work and school. Football season has begun and the stores are packed with fall and winter clothes. September in NYC is a beautiful time of year to wine and dine outside. The new Broadway season starts and we check the critic’s reviews in anticipation of the hottest new show.
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It is the 9 year anniversary of 9/11/01, always a somber day in NYC, and the perfect time to make sure you visit the 9-11 Memorial or World Trade Center Site. Please check sightseeing and holiday hours for Labor Day, Monday, September 6th.
August 28-September 12
This is one of my all time favorite sports events. The Billie Jean King National Tennis Center is one of the nicest sporting venues I’ve ever seen and the crowd is always amazing. Who knows, maybe you’ll catch an 11 hour tennis match this year?
Grounds passes are inexpensive and a great way to see the stars up close and get an autograph or photo with them. The US Tennis Open is a definite don’t miss event in NYC!
Jay-Z & Eminem At Yankee Stadium
September 13-14, 2010 (Mon & Tues)
Empire State of Mind
The new Yankee Stadium will hold its first-ever concert with a doubleheader of Jay-Z and Eminem. Just a hunch, but I’m willing to bet Alicia Keys, amongst others, will be making guest appearances.
Tickets on Sale June 25, 2010. Sold Out or want the best seats in the house? Get Jay-Z Tickets at StubHub!
Thursday September 23, 2010, 7:00pm
See the NY Rangers take on local rival, the New Jersey Devils for just $20!
More $20 New York Rangers Tickets:
– Friday, October 3, 7:00 pm, Ottowa Senators
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week MOVES TO LINCOLN CENTER
September 9-16, 2010
New York Fashion Week is moving to Lincoln Center and will no longer be held in Bryant Park. Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is likely the most well-known event during New York Fashion Week, but not the only one. Many top-name designers show their collections at other venues, including Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein and Marc Jacobs. Dozens of other fashion shows and related events are held around the city during Fashion Week in NYC.
Shakira, Madison Square Garden, Tuesday, September 21
Rick Springfield, Saturday, September 25, Nokia Theater, Times Square
WWE Smackdown World Tour, Madison Square Garden, Saturday, September 25
Sheryl Crow, Radio City Music Hall, Sunday, September 26, Tickets start at $50
September 22, 29 and October 6
Wine, this spectacular view and live music! Visit the 67th floor observation deck at Top of the Rock and enjoy the city at sunset with wine and champagne (for purchase) provided by Rock Center Café and hot chocolate and sweet treats provided by La Maison du Chocolat.
Music free with Top of the Rock Admission fee.
The fall music line up at Top of the Rock includes:
Wednesday, September 22nd – The Allan Harris Band
Wednesday, September 29th – Tactylics
Wednesday, October 6th – Sean Harkness
The San Gennaro Festival
September 16– 26, 2010
If you’re looking to experience Little Italy, compare every slice of Pizza in NYC, or have a ‘sausage, onion and pepper’ sandwich, San Gennaro is the festival for you! Although it is an annual celebration of faith, the Feast of San Gennaro has a huge variety of ethnic food delicacies, charming restaurants and cafes and even a world-famous cannoli-eating competition! Check out their site for more on all the kid-friendly activities, eating, maps and entertainment.
Enjoy a game at Yankee Stadium from the luxurious Audi Yankees Club, an indoor, climate-controlled seating area in left field. Audi Club tickets include a gourmet all-you-can-eat buffet.
More on New York Yankee Tickets with easy directions.
NY Yankees Schedule – Home Games September 2010
Guide to New York Yankees Stadium
Sun, September 12, 2010, 11:30
43rd/ Broadway, Times Square
Hosted by Kelsey Grammar!!! Star of La Cage Aux Folles on Broadway.
Kick off the new Theatre Season with lots of free Broadway Events!
Broadway on Broadway is a free concert in Times Square by The Broadway League and Times Square Alliance.
This free outdoor concert, attended by more than 50,000 fans, features musical numbers and appearances from almost every play and musical on Broadway, as well as sneak peeks at several upcoming shows in the new theater season.
Broadway on Broadway is part of the second annual Back to Broadway Month, which features FREE BROADWAY events all around Times Square from September 12-30, 2010.
– Broadway Open Call Karaoke in Times Square
– Broadway Dance Studio in Times Square
– Broadway Open House Theatre Tours
– Broadway Flea Market and Grand Auction
– “Live on Broadway” Lunchtime Concert
Also check out 20at20, where you get the chance to see the next Rent, A Chorus Line, In The Heights or Spring Awakening – before the prices go ”uptown”. Be part of the New York ”in” crowd and enjoy the original productions in the intimate environment that can only be found Off-Broadway. 20 Off-Broadway shows, offered at $20 each, 20 minutes before show time.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Tickets on sale July 16th.
Food, Fun and Fundraising. Join Union Square for the 15th Annual Harvest in the Square, a festive celebration of community and cuisine, and New York’s premier food and wine tasting event featuring over 50 restaurants and 20 wineries.
Check out the Magical Studio at Karma Kids Yoga, with one of their amazing, FREE trial classes!
Free StoryTime Yoga
Free Trial CircusYoga Kids Class
Wednesday, September 15th
4:30 – 5:30pm.
104 W 14th Street (6th/7th Aves)
At Karma Kids Yoga, children play yoga by imitating animals and nature, and by using creative expression, games, music, art, and storytelling to create an exciting and engaging experience for all ages. Kids practice fun-filled yoga poses and breathing exercises to promote physical strength and flexibility, concentration and focus, confidence and self-esteem, body awareness, relaxation and self-control, and a love for one’s self, inside and out. Classes start at $20 (with discounts for prepurchased packages), and locals and tourists both are encouraged to check out their Magical Studio.
Check out the New Giants Stadium, home of the 2014 Superbowl and take the train to the game! It’s now super easy to get to Giants Stadium!
NY Giants Schedule – Home Games 2010
Sunday, 9/26 1:00 PM ET CBS vs. Titans
Sunday, 10/3 8:20 PM ET NBC vs. Bears
Sunday, 10/17 1:00 PM ET FOX vs. Lions
Sunday, 11/14 4:15 PM ET FOX vs. Cowboys
Sunday, 11/28 1:00 PM ET* CBS vs. Jaguars
Sunday, 12/5 1:00 PM ET* FOX vs. Redskins
Sunday, 12/19 1:00 PM ET* FOX vs. Eagles
NY Giants Stadium Directions
NY Football just got a whole lot easier! Directions from Penn Station to the New Giants Stadium or NJ Transit – Trains run 3.5 hours before kick off and 2.5 hours after the game’s end. Take the Path to Hoboken Terminal or trains from NYC to secaucus junction (and no, I don’t understand this either, sorry).
Sunday, September 19, 2010, 1:00pm
Harlem, 111th Street & Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. To 142nd Street
The African American Day Parade is a colorful and musical event as crowds pack the streets of Harlem and floats glide belting music from soca to reggae, ragga and soul. The 2009 parade had over 900,000 spectators.
The Parade includes Grand Marshalls Governor David Paterson, David Dinkins and Rev. Al Sharpton and is a showcase of Positive Black Achievements, Black Dignitaries and Celebrities, Queens and Organizations Reflecting African Culture and more.
New York City Ballet
Photo © Henry Leutwyler 2010
September 14-October 10
January 18-February 27
May 3 – June 17
Tickets on Sale: August 8, 2010
Individual Tickets start at $20
Partial Ballet Highlights:
After the Rain,
I’m Old Fashioned,
Labor Day Weekend
Sept 4-6 and 11-2, 12pm – 6pm
In Greenwich Village, near NYU, on the sidewalks of University Place from East 12th Street, running south along the side of Washington Square Park to W 3rd Street. The South end of the show, Schwartz Plaza, is also known as Bobkin Lane. Great weekend to walk around the Village and see tons of artwork displayed by original artists. I’ve seen paintings, sculpture, eco-friendly art and lots of other unique pieces to see or even to purchase, at far less than gallery prices.
September 24 – October 10, 2010
David Fincher’s The Social Network has been selected as the Opening Night film, kicking off at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center.
The Lincoln Center Film Society is best known for two world-class international festivals – the New York Film Festival (the most famous and prestigious in the country), and New Directors/New Films (celebrating new cinematic artists). Tickets for the various Film Screenings start at $5.00.
Bryant Park Fall Festival – an eight-night showcase that aims to lure New Yorkers into the city’s performing arts venues.
New York Television Festival – September 20-25, 2010. The NYTVF was founded in 2005 as the industry’s first recognized independent television festival, providing a platform to elevate the work of artists creating for the small screen. Held annually each fall in New York City, the birthplace of modern television, the Festival unites artists, executives, industry figures, and fans together in one forum to celebrate the medium and to help shape its future.
New York Music Festival – September 27-October 17, 2010. Hailed as “the Sundance for Musical Theatre,” the New York Musical Theatre Festival hits town from September 27 to October 17 for three weeks jam-packed with over 30 new musicals, along with dozens of concerts and special events. There’s something for everyone – from traditional musical comedies to hip hop to edgy rock dramas and more! Tickets are just $20 to see the hit shows of tomorrow, featuring some of musical theatre’s most talented performers.
Evening at the Opera in Times Square – an annual Times Square tradition, the Opening Night of The Metropolitan Opera will be shown on seven Times Square giant video screens. Monday, September 27, 2010. Pre-show interviews begin at 6:15, hosted by Deborah Voigt Performance starts at 6:45pm.
Meatpacking District Mastercard Shopping Event – Come check out MasterCard’s second Priceless NYC Shopping Night on Thursday September 23rd for a night of shopping, refreshments, free gifts, and discounts at 20+ stores in the Meatpacking District. September 23, 2010.
TASTE OF THE VILLAGE – On September 15, the Village Alliance celebrated the 8th Annual Taste of the Village with Benefit for Washington Square Park. By every measure it was a smashing success starting with the weather—a star studded sky—augmented by a capacity crowd, delicious food, mouth-watering pastries, and delicate wines. Greenwich Village.