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Free Lunchtime Summer Concert Series Returns
The highly-anticipated Free Lunchtime Summer Concert Series is back to make afternoons more festive in Lincoln Square this July and August. The favorite outdoor concerts at Richard Tucker Park will feature several new – along with a few returning – musical performers. Locals, visitors, music enthusiasts, and yogis are all encouraged to grab lunch and make their way to the park for complimentary refreshments from local eatery P.J. Clarke’s, and live music by top musicians from MTA’s Music Under New York, NYC’s eclectic “underground” scene! More information at http://www.lincolnsquarebid.org/news/view/free-lunchtime-summer-concert-series-returns
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New York City Festivals
Every month New York City brims with festivals. Here's just one June highlight... Coney Island Mermaid Parade The Mermaid Parade celebrates the sand, the sea, the salt air and the beginning of summer, as well as the history and mythology of Coney Island, Coney Island pride, and artistic self-expression. The Parade is characterized by participants dressed in hand-made costumes as Mermaids, Neptunes, various sea creatures, the occasional wandering lighthouse, Coney Island post card or amusement ride, as well as antique cars, marching bands, drill teams, and the odd yacht pulled on flatbed. This beloved parade has not yet achieved national awareness and maintains its local flavor. Read more at Mermaid Parade
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