The Frick will present a year-long exhibition exploring the complex history of making, collecting, and displaying porcelain. Included are about one hundred pieces produced by the renowned Royal Meissen manufactory, which led the ceramic industry in Europe, both scientifically and artistically, during the early to mid-eighteenth century. Most of the works date from 1720 to 1745 and were selected by New York−based sculptor Arlene Shechet from the promised gift of Henry H. Arnhold.
7pm-9:30pm | Chelsea Piers-Pier 61
Join the Whisky Guild as we gather to sample, celebrate and showcase the world’s finest whiskies. Distillers, brand ambassadors, and masters of whisky will be in attendance to guide you through sampling their spirits. With your ticket purchase, you will receive admittance to the event, a world-renown Glencairn tasting glass, gourmet buffet dinner and dessert, cruise around Manhattan, and the opportunity to attend a special Master Class hosted by some of the most gifted people in the whisky industry.
7pm-10pm | W Hotel - 541 Lexington Avenue NY
The world’s greatest tennis players and NYC’s top chefs will showcase their culinary skills at The Taste of Tennis. In addition to amazing food, this one-of-a-kind experience features a variety of themed lounges, signature cocktails and music by popular deejays—a perfect way to kick off two weeks of tennis excitement in NYC!
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: The River Tour
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
7:30pm-10pm | McCall Vineyard and Ranch, Cutchogue, NY
Harvest East End showcases the wines of East End winemakers paired with the dishes of top regional chefs and the foodcraft of local purveyors set at the picturesque McCall Vineyard and Ranch on the North Fork. Presented by Dan’s Papers and the Long Island Wine Council, this bucolic charity fundraiser celebrates Long Island wine country and benefits important regional charities. Ticket price is inclusive of all food and beverage.
3:30pm | Hayground School- Mitchells Lane, Bridgehampton NY
The Great Food Truck Derby is back! Bring the whole family for a bonanza of ethnic and mobile eats rarely seen on the East End, when a caravan of New York City and Long Island food trucks park amidst potato fields at the Hayground School, alongside New York wine and beer and non-alcoholic drink offerings. Ticket price includes one serving at every food truck (at least 15 trucks will be in attendance) and includes drinks. The food truck coming together will coincide with the Hayground School Community farmers market and programming for kids and families. And the event will benefit the Hayground schoolyard projects in the region, which provide culinary arts training for local kids.
Daily 2pm-9pm | City Lore- 56 E 1st St. (Between 1st & 2nd Avenues)
FringeNYC is here: to amplify underrepresented voices; to provide opportunities for emerging artists; and to leverage both our scrappy history and our fancy schmancy accomplishments in service of our mission – INCITING Art and CULTIVATING Community. In this both crucial and celebratory time, your donation is vital – and it directly impacts the future of FringeNYC and that of our artists, audience, and alumni. We hope you’ll join us as we launch the 20 Annual New York International Fringe Festival.