New Yorkers are waiting in anticipation for the arrival of the most poetic season–autumn. The hot and humid summer is behind. The gorgeous warm days and calm chilly evenings that bring the freshness of the autumn air are around the corner. Central Park is going to slowly change from green to yellow and red. Autumn is the season of dreamers and painters.
Every day in New York City is unforgettable but what to do in New York in September?
Exploring the city, spending the whole day in Central Park, visiting Metropolitan Museum or being on a boat tour–NYC offers it all.
From September 13th to September 24th, NYC presents the San Gennaro Festival in Little Italy. The festival attracts more than a million people annually. This year, it is the 92nd year of celebration. Live music, games and fun for the whole family! If you love pizza, sausages, gelato, and cannoli; you are going to enjoy it.
Brooklyn Book Festival; don’t miss this free literary event that brings together authors from all over the world.
Atlantic Antic Festival on September 23rd in Brooklyn; live entertainment, hundreds of vendors and games for kids. This festival has a lot to offer.
September 13th-16th and 20th to 23rd–don’t miss Photoville–a small village of cargo containers–art galleries. Photoville presents work by more than six hundred artists in ninety photography exhibitions.
The historic Bus Festival is happening on September 16th and several models of buses from different eras will line Boerum place in Brooklyn.
See a sporting event in September: baseball–Yankees and Mets, football–Jets and Giants, Ice Hockey–New York Rangers, New Jersey Devils and New York Icelanders.
Buy tickets to your favorite music concerts. Ed Sheeran performs at MetLife Stadium on September 22nd and 23rd, Billy Joel on September 30th at Madison Square Garden.
The best months to visit NYC are September, October, April, and May. The weather is simply paradise, and NYC shines like never before.
Enjoy NYC in September!