|Did you miss the first weekend of the Jazz Age Lawn Party? There’s another in August.|
New York City is heating up already, and officially, summer begins this coming Sunday. Although many New Yorkers choose to escape during the hottest time of the year, June, July, and August are fabulous months to get out and about and take in the city’s myriad open-air activities.
From sun and sand (I’m talking about NYC beaches) to lawn parties, music festivals and other cultural events, we New Yorkers never run out of things to do. We grab out besties and venture to the Rockaways, Governor’s Island, or just about any place where we’re sure to revel in the warm weather, listen to live music, or sip a cocktail or two.
If you’re vacationing in New York this summer or staying in the city for school or work, you might be interested in exploring the not-so-obvious attractions. So, besides chilling in Times Square and walking the Brooklyn Bridge or High Line, I suggest something different, something you haven’t done before, and doing summer in the city like a local.
|New Yorkers come out in droves for the the Concerts in the Parks series, which starts this week.|
Perhaps a night of cutting edge theatre at the Fringe Festival? Or, an evening with classical music in one of New York City’s beautiful parks? To read my suggestions how to experience summer in NYC like a local, head over to my latest article on CubeSmart’s NYC city guide.
And most importantly, savor summertime in the city that never sleeps, because it will be over in a New York minute.
This article is part of a partnership with CubeSmart, a self-storage and logistics company with locations in the NYC area.