8:00 pm
Edvin Ortega, the founder of LARGER THAN LIFE (LTL for short), is an accomplished actor (Orange Is The New Black, Gotham) as well as a singer, DJ, dancer, and businessman! Ortega has been taking entertainment to a new level with his tribute shows and theme nights. From hosting parties to playing concerts, Edvin and his
Resorts World Casino
8:00 pm
Queens Comfort restaurant in Astoria Presents the second night of a #livemusicweekend featuring local Singer/songwriters JUSTINE GROVE and IVAN POLANCO on Saturday June 30th. Come enjoy an awesome dinner menu, delicious treats by DONUT DIVA and good music. #seeyouatdinner FREE with limited seating (first come, first served) / ALL AGES / Take “N” train to 30th
Queens Comfort
12:00 am
A new partnership with the Colombian Flower Festival, with Circus Arts, Theater, and Music featuring Colombian groups SADEP and Polichinela. Working with “Silleteros” artists from Colombia, all ages will enjoy hands-on Silleta making and Colombian flower displays. Flowers and materials provided. DATE: SUN | JULY 1 | 12-5 PM | SHOW & WORKSHOP Tickets: FREE
Flushing Town Hall
7:00 pm
Making their SummerStage debut, the Queens-based Calpulli Mexican Dance Company’s mission is to celebrate the rich diversity of Mexican and Mexican-American cultural heritage through dance and live music. Since forming in 2003, they have successfully toured the United States, Asia and the Middle East. In New York City, they have appeared at venues such as
Queensbridge Park
12:00 am
The Colors of Frida / Los Colores de Frida is a bilingual, one-woman show about the great Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, which combines storytelling, music, visual arts, puppets and audience participation. Ages 6 and up.
FLUSHING TOWN HALL
6:00 pm
Join McManus Irish dance and the Hunters Point Parks Conservancy as they host a FREE celebration of Irish heritage in Queens. Bagpipes, Irish Dance, traditional music and song by local professionals and children’s groups. Gaelic sport demos and more. The event will take place on the gorgeous East River waterfront, with a midtown Manhattan backdrop
LIC Landing by Coffeed
6:00 pm
Brandon Bain is a Brooklyn-born vocalist, activist, and songwriter known for his warm, easygoing delivery of the greatest jazz, pop, calypso, and classics of the American songbook. In the vintage spirit of such musical giants as Nat King Cole, Sam Cooke, Harry Belafonte, and Sammy Davis Jr., Bain blends pure silky tones, humor, and modernly
Queens Library
Jul 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
7:00 pm
Enjoy an evening of classic modern jazz as you listen to The Chuck Braman Quintet, which performs the mostly forgotten music written by trumpeter Kenny Dorham for the quintet he co-led with saxophonist Joe Henderson in the mid-1960s. These compositions, while within the hard bop genre, are not exactly of it. They are different—dark, soulful, sophisticated,
Seargent Collins Triangle
7:30 pm
Central Astoria LDC continues our 2018 Waterfront Concert Series, and they are proud to be bringing you the Doo Wop musical wonders that has thrilled generations for six decades “The Devotions!” This free concert is open to the public and no RSVP or tickets are required. Just show up! We thank NYC Council Members Costa
Astoria Park Great Lawn
4:30 pm
Join the Black Spectrum Theatre Co. for The 16th Annual St. Albans Jazz and R&B Festival, which has delighted audiences in Southeast Queens and beyond with energetic music and entertainment performances in years past and will do so once again this year with performances by: *Crown Heights Affair featuring the legendary William Anderson: nationally acclaimed R&B
St. Albans Park
Jul 23 @ 8:00 pm – Jul 24 @ 12:00 am
8:00 pm
Join us for another “MONDAY NIGHT LIVE” singer/songwriter showcase at Raven’s Head Public House in Astoria, Queens. This week features local artists CATIE EGAN, DANIELLE LUSSIER, IVAN POLANCO and FERNANDO ANTON. R train to STIENWAT STREET station, walk 1 block. Awesome nosh / hot music / cold drinks / watch the game & support out
Raven's Head Public House
12:00 am
N.E.X.T. stands for NEW, EMERGING, XTRAORDINARY, TALENT- Join us for our 2018 SUMMER Talent competition at Shillelagh Tavern on 30th ave in Astoria. VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE ACT! (sign-up at 7:30) Show begins between 8 and 8:30 UNTIL 11PM.. Park Early or take the Q18 bus to 47Th st. FREE / 212+ with ID
Shillelagh Tavern
7:30 pm
YOUR MID-WEEK RESCUE: C’mon down to JOE’S GARAGE on Wednesday nights for a cold one and the local HUMPDAY OPEN MIC showcase. CALLING ALL GUITAR HEROES & HEROINES: bring your Axe & Your Amp and cum shred like u mean it while your groupies shoot a game of pool in the new local house of
Joe's Garage
Jul 28 @ 4:30 pm – 8:00 pm
4:30 pm
Let’s raise a pint to Queens! “Cheers To QNS!” is a huge beer festival celebrating all things Queens and raising funds for the Hunters Point Parks Conservancy. Come sample unlimted beers from Queens breweries, including: Alewife Brewing Co. Big Alice Bridge & Tunnel Descendant Cider Fifth Hammer Finback Iconyc LIC Beer Project Mikkeller NYC Rockaway
LIC Landing by Coffeed
12:00 am
JAMS Under the Stars – An all Women’s line-up of talented artists will be featured for this moonlit event. Women who pay homage to comedy, spoken word, jazz, R&B, and dance.
Rufus King Park
8:00 pm
Local singer/songwriter CATIE EGAN performs cheerful, uplifting, family-friendly favorites and engaging original material. Now is a good chance to see her perform live & local – these will be the last 3 dates before she goes back to school: Friday August 10th/ Queens Comfort Restaurant / 8PM Monday August 13th/ Ravens Head Public House /
Raven's Head public House
Aug 15 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
7:00 pm
Join for FREE 60 minute Zumba classes! No prior experience required. From beginners to Zumba pros, all are welcome. Classes are taught by Sophie Walters, a Certified Zumba Instructor and ZIN member (Zumba Instructor Network). Sophie lives in Long Island City and has been dreaming of teaching a Zumba Fitness Class in her neighborhood. Sophie
LIC Landing Events Space in Hunter's Point South Park LIC Landing Events Space in Hunter's Point South Park
7:30 pm
Everyone is welcome to take part in fun, open performances of the Requiems of Mozart and Brahms. Our Lady of Mercy Church in Forest Hills will host two Summer Sings this August, inaugurating an exciting new tradition in our borough. On Thursday August 16, David Close and Ben Arendsen will conduct the Mozart “Requiem,” and
Our Lady of Mercy Church
7:00 pm
Enjoy free live music in the Gantry Plaza State Park featuring The Chuck Braman Quintet, which draws inspiration from the brilliantly inventive compositions of trumpeter Kenny Dorham, saxophonist Joe Henderson and others featured on classic Blue Note recordings of the 1960s.
Gantry Plaza State Park
7:30 pm
Everyone is welcome to take part in fun, open performances of the Requiems of Mozart and Brahms. Our Lady of Mercy Church in Forest Hills will host two Summer Sings this August, inaugurating an exciting new tradition in our borough. On Thursday August 16, David Close and Ben Arendsen will conduct the Mozart “Requiem,” and
Our Lady of Mercy Church
Aug 25 – Aug 26 all-day
5:00 pm
Beach Sessions is a pioneering performance series supporting and presenting site-responsive work by New York-based choreographers in Rockaway Beach. An outdoor public program provides dance performances, public events, and environmental initiatives. Free. Location: Boardwalk between B110 Street and The Castle by B117 Street SATURDAY, AUGUST 25: 5:00 pm: Biba Bell, Hustle on the Sand | On the sand at B110 Street
12:00 am
Sundays beginning September 9th, 2018 See the Community page on Calpulli’s website for class availability and times! Community classes in dance and music are led by Calpulli’s Teaching Artists and hosted at professional dance studios in Queens, Staten Island, Red Bank (NJ), and New Rochelle. The program, for both children and adults are focused on
Spaceworks - Long Island City
7:00 pm
World premiere of “A Voice for the Voiceless,” new work by composer Landon Knoblock, inspired by and created with the voices of youth in NYC public schools who experience homelessness and housing instability. Composed around children’s voices, “A Voice for the Voiceless” acts as a collection of vignettes, framing their stories in a mix of
Queens Theatre in the Park
1:00 pm
Celebrating the Inner Mongolian culture of the grasslands, dancers and musicians bring their evocative and energetic performing arts to the stage. The sounds of long-tone and Mongolian throat singing join the music of horse-head fiddles and the vibrancy of dance to bring ethnic Mongolian culture to life.
Flushing Town Hall
3:30 pm
Queens Council on the Arts’ Artist Commissioning Program will present at Viva la Comida the world premiere of Salsa Masala: A Jackson HeightsBlock Party, a new work completed by ACP awardee in music composition Neil Padukone. Inspired by the music of Latin America, the Indian subcontinent, and Black music of the US, Salsa Masala creates
Viva la Comida Festival
Sep 18 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
7:30 pm
The N.E.X.T. HOT JAM! – an OPEN STAGE, New Orleans-style JAM SESSION -Sign up to play from a list of songs selected for the evening. Bring your instruments and JAM OUT on three (15-20 minute) popular songs during a one-hour set. There will be THREE SETS FOR THE EVENING (sign-up for the 8pm set, 9pm
Shillelagh Tavern
Sep 21 all-day
12:00 am
Inna live in concert in New York! Doors 8 PM. Concert 11:30 PM. 21+ w/ID. Photo and Video by Geometria New York. Info & Reservations: 929-293-9193
Melrose Ballroom
Sep 21 @ 7:00 pm
7:00 pm
Flushing Town Hall is a new member of Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation’s Jazz Touring Network! Excited to present Banda Magda led by Greek-born composer, arranger, singer and accordionist Magda Giannikou, who takes the audience on a global journey of music, rhythm, and storytelling. Drawing on the band’s global background, the group combines South American rhythms
Flushing Town Hall
Sep 22 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
11:00 am
Join the Sutphin Boulevard BID’s 2nd Annual Harvest Festival in celebrating the community. From Hillside to Jamaica avenues on Sutphin Boulevard. Bring the whole family and come meet radio personality Dr. Bob Lee from WBLS. There will be arts and crafts, food, music, senior cafe, children’s block, games and rides.
Sutphin Blvd
6:00 pm
Join us for our season opening concert with singer Mariel Pacific for an evening of Broadway, Contemporary, Standard songs and more! Concert to be followed by a reception of light refreshments in the gallery with our new World War I Centennial Exhibit. Free admission with RSVP or $5 suggested donation for walk in attendees. Free
The Center at Maple Grove Cemetery