New York July 2021 Events

New York July 2021 Events

Celebrate the Fourth in New York

Average temperature low and high: 69°-84°
When it hits July, New York comes alive from all corners. The best NYC activities in summer are outdoors. Whether you’re looking for a chilled spot in the shade with nature among friends or a unique event with a loved one, the city has it all. Some annual events may be canceled, postponed, or different due to COVID-19; we will update this page with any new info.

July Event Calendar

New York Empire State Tattoo Expo

New York Empire State Tattoo Expo

The New York Empire State Tattoo Expo is a convention for everyone and anyone who loves tattoos, including the history and development of them. The entire event celebrates tattoos. Expect tattoo artists all in one location showing their best work to guests, and you can even get tatted when you attend. Tickets are only $35 for the day, or $70 for the weekend.

 

Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival

Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival

Embrace the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival to indulge in new exotic, smoked meats, such as alligator, lamb, bison, and more. The one-day event also features seminars in the Tasting Theatre with Master Distillers, Brewmasters, and Pit Masters from the deep South. Get your general admission ticket for $89 for a four-hour slot.

New York Concerts in July

Upcoming Nightclub Events

Fri, Jul 02 at Rezz
Sat, Jul 24 at elrow NYC: Psychrowdelic Trip | Open Air Festival
Fri, Jul 30 at Sasha - John Digweed at The Brooklyn Mirage
July Club Events

Things to Do in New York in July

Buy a City Pass and explore the city’s museums

Buy a City Pass and explore the city’s museums
With the weather reaching its peak, it’s a good time to start visiting some of New York’s indoor museums. The City Pass is a discounted ticket package to see 3 or 6 attractions (depending on the package that you get) that includes entrance to museums and a lot of New York’s landmarks. Options include the Empire State Building, American Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Top of the Rock, 9/11 Memorial and Museum, Guggenheim Museum, and more.

Eat at the best-rated New York food joints

Eat at the best-rated New York food joints
New York is a foodie’s heaven on earth. There are so many different kinds of food like Greek, Italian, Japanese, Mexican, French and more, available at every corner. There’s Royal Grill Halal Food in the Theater District, L’industrie Pizzeria in Williamsburg, Los Tacos No. 1 in the Chelsea Market, Sushi by Bou Times Square, and so much more.
Events may be canceled due to the coronavirus. Please confirm with all ticket vendors that events are still active.