Omni Berkshire Place
21 E 52nd St
New York, NY 10022

Upcoming Special Events

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Discover New York City Events

There's always something to see or do in New York City and at the Omni Berkshire Place. In the city that never sleeps, you can find exciting events nearby and at the hotel. 

Museum Mile Festival

June 24 | 6 PM - 9 PM
Fifth Avenue

Experience the cultural extravaganza of the Museum Mile Festival, where iconic institutions like the Guggenheim and the Met open their doors for free evening access. Wander along Fifth Avenue as it transforms into a corridor of artistic wonders, showcasing a diverse range of collections from around the globe. From the avant-garde displays at the Guggenheim to the rich cultural heritage at El Museo del Barrio, there's something to ignite every art enthusiast's passion. Entrance is complimentary.

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Pride March

June 30

The NYC Pride March is a celebration of diversity, equality, and LGBTQ+ rights, drawing participants and spectators from around the world. The march features colorful floats, spirited performances, and passionate activists, creating a joyous atmosphere of solidarity and acceptance. As one of the largest Pride events globally, it serves as a powerful symbol of progress and a platform for advocacy.

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Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks Show

July 4

Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks Show illuminates the New York City skyline with spectacular bursts of color and light. This iconic event captivates millions of viewers both in person and through televised broadcasts, marking Independence Day with grandeur and festivity. The synchronized fireworks display choreographed to music creates a mesmerizing spectacle that symbolizes the nation's spirit of freedom and unity. From the banks of the East River to rooftops across the city, spectators gather to witness this dazzling celebration of American pride.

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NYC Restaurant Week

July 24 – August 20, 2024

NYC Restaurant Week is a biannual event offering specially priced prix-fixe menus at top restaurants, held in winter and summer. It features diverse cuisines from renowned establishments, making fine dining affordable. This event boosts local businesses and encourages food enthusiasts to explore NYC's vibrant dining scene.

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Dragon boat racers

Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival

August 3 & 4
Flushing Meadows Park
Free Event

The Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York, held annually in August at Flushing Meadows Corona Park, celebrates Chinese culture and dragon boat racing. With over 120 teams from across North America, it's one of the largest dragon boat festivals in the US, offering cash prizes and trophies. Initially organized by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, it's now an independent non-profit funded by various sponsors, including the Office itself. Featuring a fleet of over 30 dragon boats and a diverse program of events, including races, cultural performances, and food stalls, the festival showcases the rich multicultural heritage of New York City.

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Central Park Center Stage

Available Multiple Times A Week Now – October, 2024

The 2024 Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage will feature 85 free and benefit shows across New York City, highlighting global artists and innovative women, and showcasing genres like jazz, hip-hop, and indie rock.

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Harlem Week

August 7 & 8

Harlem Week originated in 1974 as a one-day event aimed at revitalizing Harlem amidst economic and social challenges. Led by visionaries like Percy Sutton and organized by Blackfrica Promotions, it evolved into a celebration of Harlem's culture and resilience. With notable co-founders such as Maya Angelou and Harry Belafonte, the inaugural Harlem Day marked a significant moment in history, including the renaming of Seventh Avenue to Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard. Now a staple event, Harlem Week continues to uplift the community through conferences, cultural events, and festivities, embodying the spirit of Harlem's resilience and cultural richness.

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Movies in Bryant Park

Mondays | 8:30 PM

Paramount+ Movie Nights returns to Bryant Park, marking the 30th season of summer movies with an exciting lineup of films, food, and fun. Bring along your blanket and friends to enjoy a feature film screening under the city skyline, creating a memorable outdoor cinematic experience. Don't miss out on the chance to relish in the magic of cinema beneath the stars in one of New York City's most iconic parks.

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