New York City has hundreds of events and street festivals every year, and a complete list of these is located on NYC.gov. In addition, sites such as Cititour.com provide a monthly list of local street festivals and their locations.Continue Reading
Major street festivals in New York City include the Museum Mile Festival held in June, Smorgasburg in April, Summer Streets in Brooklyn and Pride. The visitor's guide at NYC.gov provides a list of the largest festivals in New York City, along with links to each festival website and a short synopsis of the history of the festival.
While many street festivals occur in the spring and summer, there are winter fairs and festivals as well. The Big Apple Film Festival and Chinese New Year are large street festivals that occur in December and January. NYCgo.com provides a concise list of larger street fairs and festivals occurring within the five boroughs. In addition, this site lists hotels and attractions in each festival's neighborhood.
FairsandFestivals.com provides a list of small- and large-scale festivals in New York City and other areas. While most smaller festivals are held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., festivals such as Smorgasburg or Bushwick Open Studios can last all day.Learn more about Geography