Forest Hills Stadium, located at Forest Hills’ West Side Tennis Club, is one of New York City’s most historic concert venues. Throughout its history, it has hosted U.S. Opens, as well as some of the most popular bands and musicians of the 60s and 70s. This summer, you can see some of the biggest musical acts at Forest Hills.
One of the best parts about Father’s Day is spending quality time with your dad, husband or the man in your life. Luckily, we live near plenty of neighborhoods and towns that are hosting some amazing Father’s Day events that are perfect for the whole family. Here are a few of our favorites for 2017.
Queens is comprised of many unique, vibrant neighborhoods where there’s a seemingly infinite amount of things to do. During springtime, it’s rare that a week goes by without a fair or festival of some sort. This spring, check out these wonderful Queens street fairs.
This year, Easter will take place on Sunday, April 16. It’s important to spend the day celebrating the holiday’s significance by spending quality time with family and friends. A great way to do this is by attending one of the many excellent Easter activities on Long Island.
Like it or not, Halloween is just around the corner. Whether you’ve had your costume picked out for months or you’re waiting until the last second, you’re going to need something to do when the big day rolls around. If you’re looking for a festive get together this October, consider some of these Long Island Halloween parties that are sure to pack the fun… and fright.
Going into its 7th year, TASTE Williamsburg Greenpoint is hosting its annual block party-style gathering that celebrates the authentic flavor of North Brooklyn’s up-and-coming food scene. This outdoor party showcases the very best in local favorites with participation from over forty neighborhood bars and restaurants. Even a few of the area’s best wineries and breweries are contributing to this 21+ event. It takes place in East River State Park in Williamsburg on Sunday, September 18th, from 1 to 5 PM.
Labor Day is celebrated every year on the first Monday of September and serves as the unofficial end of the summer season. With everyone off from either work or school, people will be out and about, trying to savor the remnants of summer. Luckily, New York City and Long Island are home to some great Labor Day weekend activities that you’re not going to want to miss.
This year, The Barclays PGA Tour returns to Long Island for the first time since Nick Watney took home the grand prize in 2012. The tournament will run from Thursday August 25th to Sunday August 28th at Bethpage State Park Black Course in Farmingdale. The PGA tour’s top-ranked golfers will converge for the prestigious tournament where there’s expected to be huge crowds of visitors from all around the world. The atmosphere at this tournament is consistently one of the very best in the entire sport.
New York City is the capital of the world and home to many world-class sports teams and events. New Yorkers are also some of the best fans in the entire world. Almost every game or event in the tri-state area is sold out to capacity. With as big of a market as we are in, players and athletes regularly decide to join New York teams, giving us fans a truly memorable sporting experience. If you’re looking for the next big game to check out in our area, look no further than these New York sports events.
Every year towards the end of summer, the tennis world descends on Flushing, Queens for another United States Open Tennis Championship at the world-famous USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. This year, the tournament kicks off with first-round action on Monday, August 29th and ends on Sunday, September 11th after the Women’s Doubles and Men’s Singles Finals. With as good of a year as it’s been in tennis, this upcoming U.S. Open is shaping up to be one for the ages!