The team New York Off Road selects each month the activities not to be missed in the big apple: festivals, shows, exhibitions, parades … Make your program, the best is to discover in the agenda of September 2019.

NYC Broadway Week

NYC Broadway Week (above) is back from Tuesday 3rd to Sunday 16th September. Enjoy the "two tickets for one" promotion to see or see Broadway classics such as "Wicked" and "Chicago" or new productions like "Anastasia", "Frozen" or "Carousel".

The Gospel at Colonus

What to do in New York in September 2019?
Credit: Public Theater

The free event season in Central Park is coming to an end. Enjoy a little more of the Delacorte Theater with The Gospel at Colonus from Tuesday 4th to Sunday 9th of September. More than forty singers enliven this exuberant and powerful show that revisits the classic "Oedipus at Colonus" in blues and gospel version.

Brooklyn Music Festival

What to do in New York in September 2019?
Credit: Brooklyn Music Festival

A day of music and art to celebrate Brooklyn's diversity with the 5th Brooklyn Music Festival on Sunday, September 16th. Eclectic artists and live pop, disco, funk, alternative rock, hip hop and house concerts await you at Erie Basin Park. After several editions on Governors Island, the event is indeed back to Red Hook.

The Amazing Maize Maze

What to do in New York in September 2019?
Credit: NYC Go

The Queens County Farm Museum offers events to educate the public about sustainable farming practices. One of the activities of the fall is the installation of a labyrinth in a corn field. Are you ready to find clues to get out of this Amazing Maize Maze? From Saturday, September 23 and every weekend until Saturday, October 29.

Tribute in light

What to do in New York in September 2019?
Credit: Tribute in light

In commemoration of the attacks of September 11, 2001, Tribute in Light is a tribute to the memory of the victims. At sunset and until dawn, two projectors retrace the memory of the twin towers in the sky. The Memorial remains open until midnight for visits. A moving and symbolic moment.


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