—Immerse yourself in a Month-Long Fiesta: NYC’s Tourism Organization Unveils a Vibrant Calendar of Events for Hispanic Heritage Month 2023—

New York City (September 5, 2023) New York City Tourism + Conventions, New York City’s official destination marketing organization and convention and visitor’s bureau for the five boroughs of New York City, proudly announces an electrifying array of nearly 40 events in commemoration of National Hispanic Heritage Month. From September 15th to October 15th, the city with 2.4 million Latinos will pulsate with a rich tapestry of traditions, inviting residents and visitors alike to immerse themselves in an unparalleled cultural celebration.

National Hispanic Heritage Month is a significant occasion that honors the contributions of the Hispanic community to American culture. It serves as a bridge between diverse groups, highlighting historical milestones and fostering connections across borders. This month celebrates the impact of Hispanic individuals on American history and culture, emphasizing their traditions, art, language, and customs. The increasing number of visitors from Spanish-speaking Latin American countries to New York City, projected to reach 1.9 million by the end of this year, further underscores the importance of this month. This influx of visitors not only boosts tourism but also exemplifies the enduring cultural exchanges that continue to enrich both sides of the connection. Overall, National Hispanic Heritage Month is not only a tribute but also a dynamic representation of the evolving relationship between the Hispanic community and American society.

"Visitors and New Yorkers alike will be captivated by a diverse lineup of events and experiences that embody the lively essence of Hispanic heritage - -from the deeply moving beats of Latin jazz to art exhibitions, parades, theater performances, and soul-enriching concerts," stated Fred Dixon, CEO of NYC Tourism + Conventions. "Our dedication lies in delivering a fresh and unique experience that vividly portrays the multifaceted facets of Latino culture." He concluded.

Diversity and unity converge in this celebration as NYC Tourism showcases the authentic Latino experiences that add depth to New York City's cultural identity. With a carefully curated selection of events that spotlight folklore, cuisine, and artistic expression, the organization is dedicated to fostering an environment of cultural understanding and appreciation. For more inspiration on exploring Latino culture across New York City, visit

The following will take place across the five boroughs and are subject to change, so please double-check before heading out:


Skyport Marina

El Grito Mexicano on the Hudson, Mexican Night on Yacht Aboard!

Friday, September 15 – 11 pm EDT

2430 Fdr Dr New York, NY 10010 United States

From $45

Celebrate Mexican Independence Day on a two-level yacht filled with excitement on September 15th. Enjoy live music, Mariachi performances, and authentic Mexican cuisine on a great night of celebration. The ticket price includes an Antojitos buffet, snacks, and Mexican flags.

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Whitney Museum of American Art

Ilana Savdie: Radical Contractions

Until November 5th, 2023

99 Gansevoort St, New York, NY 10014, United States

Ilana Savdie (b. 1986, raised in Barranquilla, Colombia, and Miami, Florida; based in Brooklyn, New York). The artist's large, lively paintings explore performance, transgression, identity, and power. Her dynamic compositions use vibrant colors and fragmented forms to challenge fixed identities, embracing transformation through performance. The exhibition will feature new works, including pieces inspired by Colombia's Carnival, showcasing her mastery of textures and mark-making using acrylic, oil, and beeswax to create dreamlike yet grounded illusions.

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Whitney Museum of American Art

Trust Me

August 19, 2023, Through February 2024

99 Gansevoort St, New York, NY 10014, United States

"Trust Me" is an exhibition showcasing works by intergenerational artists Laura Aguilar, Genesis Báez, Alvin Baltrop, Jenny Calivas, Moyra Davey, Lola Flash, Barbara Hammer, Muriel Hasbun, Dakota Mace, Mary Manning, and D’Angelo Lovell Williams from the Whitney's collection. The exhibition departs from conventional photography, emphasizing intuition and vulnerability as modes of creative expression. These artists explore shared emotional experiences, representing relationships and connections, inviting viewers to engage with the artwork's capacity to convey meaningful experiences.

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Repertorio Español


Sunday, September 10, 2023, 3:00 PM; Saturday, September 23, 2023, 8:00 PM; Saturday, October 7, 2023, 8:00 PM; and Sunday, October 8, 2023, 3:00 PM

138 East 27th Street, New York, NY 10016 (between Lexington and Third Avenues)

Written by Fernando Schmidt & Christian Ibarzabal

Directed by Leyma López

Two women taking care of an elderly lady join forces to stay afloat and keep their jobs. Their unexpected choice leads to comical scenarios. How far would you go to keep your job? Radojka is a calculatedly humorous production!

Presented in Spanish with English subtitles.

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Abrons Arts Center

Zoetrope, New York premiere

September 14th, 2023 – October 8th, 2023

(Previews begin on September 14th)

466 Grand Street (at Pitt Street), New York, NY 10002

Caborca's acclaimed bilingual play "Zoetrope" makes its New York debut at Abrons Arts Center. The work, directed and written by Javier Antonio González, explores the impact of U.S. colonialism on the Puerto Rican diaspora through the stories of a family. It shifts between characters, languages, and locations, incorporating live video and dance. After receiving praise in Los Angeles, Cuba, and the Latine theater community, the play now arrives in New York for its premiere.

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Picasso: A Cubist Commission in Brooklyn

September 14th, 2023 – January 14th, 2024

Upcoming at The Met Fifth Avenue, Gallery 830

1000 Fifth Avenue

New York, NY 10028

In 1910, Pablo Picasso began a decorative project for artist and collector Hamilton Easter Field's Brooklyn residence. Picasso's task was to create up to eleven panels for Field's home library, marking his initial venture into large-scale decorative painting. He aimed to blend his innovative Cubist style with challenging proportions and formats. Despite producing figure and still life compositions from his French studio, the commission was never executed. The exhibition sheds light on this lesser-known facet of Picasso's Cubist period, exploring its connection to decorative art and architectural space. Displaying six surviving canvas panels, related artworks, and archival material, the exhibit delves into this uncompleted project's significance.

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Repertorio Español

La Locura Lo Cura

September 15, 16, 2023, 8:00 PM; September 17, 2023, 3:00 PM

138 East 27th Street, New York, NY 10016 (between Lexington and Third Avenues)

Only in Spanish.

Directed by Juan Carlos Talero

Buckle up and get ready for a crazy ride with your driver, Saulo Garcia, who will take you at a speed of 120 laughs per hour that will have you holding your breath from laughter. During the show, you will get a glimpse of people from all walks of life, including the wealthy, the less fortunate, parents and children, people who are a little crazy, the ones who look crazy but are still sane, dreams that were put on hold, secrets on how to never give up bad habits, and a detailed look at the animal kingdom (we clarify that we do not refer to the political world).

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The Kraine Theater

Hamlet: La Telenovela Extends Performances at The Kraine Theater

Saturday, September 16 at 7 pm, Friday, October 6 at 7 PM, December 15 at 7 PM

Performances will also be available to livestream from home.

Directed by Federico Mallet

Tickets ($35) are available for advance purchase at

FRIGID New York in collaboration with Something from Abroad and Quemocion will present extended performances of Hamlet: La Telenovela, a parody in Spanish (with English subtitles) of the critically acclaimed Shakespeare masterpiece.

Hamlet couldn't possibly get more dramatic… or could it? Hamlet couldn't possibly be funny...or could it? Are Shakespeare and Telenovelas a match made in heaven? With Hamlet: La Telenovela audiences experience Hamlet like never before, with an adaptation that heightens the melodrama innate in the story and explores it under a farcical and comedic lens. We invite the public to open their arms to the extremely cathartic guilty pleasure that only Telenovelas (soap operas) can give.

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Stonewall Inn


Tuesday, September 19, 2023, at 5:30 PM

Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher Street

Ballet Hispánico's signature conversation series, exploring the interconnections of the arts, social justice, and Latinx cultures, returns with Stonewall Diálogos: Creating Safe Spaces celebrating LGBTQIA+ Latinx heritage.

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Pier 36 NYC

Premios Latinos Fama 2023

Thursday, September 21, 2023, 6 PM EDT

299 South Street New York, NYC 10002 United States

From $40

Premios Latinos Fama, a night of gala, glamour, and elegance, full of pride and admiration for Latino individuals who are doing incredible things in the United States. Premios Latinos Fama has achieved a level of acceptance, respect and credibility that makes it the largest Latin talent awards event in NYC. The Fame Awards goes to great lengths to organize and seek out stories of talent in music, business, politics and technology to give our Latino community and the national media the opportunity to get to know them.

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Third Street Music School

Loisaida, My Love

Friday, September 22, 2023, 7 – 8:30 PM EDT

235 East 11th Street New York, NY 10003 United States

Third Street Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month with “Loisaida, My Love” a celebration of the vibrant LatinX culture of the LES!

“Loisaida, My Love” is a poem by the Puerto-Rican born activist and community-builder Bimbo Rivas, an ode to the neighborhood he loved. Join us for a celebration of the vibrant LatinX culture of the Lower East Side and the musical talents the area has nurtured, from the classical virtuoso pianist Teresa Carreño to the tango master Astor Piazzola and salsa superstar Celia Cruz.

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Latin Night Market

Friday, September 22nd, 20223

Dyckman Street New York, NY United States

New York City is hosting a Latin Night Market and you are invited to attend. Experience the grandest celebration of Hispanic culinary creations at Uptown on Friday, September 22nd, and ensure you do not miss out! To receive further information about the food, performances, and opportunities, CLICK HERE. What are you waiting for? Vamos!

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Repertorio Español

La Golondrina

Friday, September 22nd, 2023, 8:00 PM and Saturday, October 14, 2023, at 8:00 PM

138 East 27th Street, New York, NY 10016 (between Lexington and Third Avenues)

By Guillem Clua

Directed by Ismanuel Rodríguez

Starring Rafa Sánchez and Zulema Clares

Amelia, a meticulous and respected singing coach, welcomes Ramon, a young man who wishes to enhance his vocal technique for a tribute performance at his recently deceased mother’s memorial. The selected song, “La Golondrina”, holds a special significance for Ramon, and apparently for Amelia as well. Despite her initial hesitation, she agrees to give him a lesson. As the afternoon advances, the two characters reveal the details of their past, which has been deeply affected by a terrorist attack in a bar.

The performance is in Spanish with English subtitles.

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Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Hispanic Heritage Month special event in collaboration with the Hispanic Federation

September 27th, 2023, at 8pm

Al Hirschfeld Theater

302 W 45 St, New York, NY 10036

Step into the enchanting world of Moulin Rouge! The Musical as we invite you to an unforgettable evening at the Al Hirschfeld Theater on September 27th, 2023, at 8 pm. Join us for a special event that pays tribute to Hispanic Heritage Month, where the Musical not only commemorates the rich Hispanic heritage but also collaborates with the Hispanic Federation and their transformative program, Crear Futuros. This performance will shine a spotlight on the Federation's indispensable role in nurturing the talents of tomorrow, while also welcoming 60 aspiring students from CUNY, SUNY, and LaGuardia Community College. Prepare for a captivating fusion of culture and creativity in this unique celebration located at 302 W 45th St, New York, NY 10036.

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Teatro LATEA (Latin American Theater Experiment Associates)

Al Song Que Me Toquen ¡Improviso!

Impro Comedy Show NYC

September 27, 2023, at 7:30 PM

107 Suffolk ST (2nd Fl) New York, NY 10002-3300

From $25

Target audience: Families - Spanish-speaking

'Al SONG Que me toquen bailo' is the fourth unique improvisation format presented by the IMPRO COMEDY SHOW group, combining elements of game shows and music.

In this format, improvisers will use song titles chosen by the audience, which the DJ will announce, as inspiration for their improvisation.

As in all improvisation formats, the audience plays a crucial role, acting as the special guest for each group.

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Teatro LATEA (Latin American Theater Experiment Associates)


September 29/30, 2023, at 8 PM

107 Suffolk ST (2nd Fl) New York, NY 10002-3300

Havanafama in New York

"Bernarda" portrays a period of Spanish history where women were oppressed, and their growth and choices were restricted. The pervasive matriarchy in place was as strict as the discipline in the army, causing women to be subdued and leading to the near disappearance of feminism, as well as fostering repressed and unhealthy emotions.

Additionally, "Bernarda" explores modern theater and borrows from the Japanese Kabuki tradition. Theatrical elements such as masks, nudity, music, and choreography enhance this performance, earning it a place as one of Havanafama's most ambitious productions.

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Teatro LATEA (Latin American Theater Experiment Associates)

Under the Subway Video Art Night

October 3rd, 2023, at 8 PM

107 Suffolk ST (2nd Fl) New York, NY 10002-3300

From $5

English language

Under the Subway Video Art Night is an event focused exclusively to Video Art with the projections on the walls of the streets, Art Spaces, Galleries, Cultural Centers, etc. Directed, organized, and curated by Antonio Ortuño.

From its first edition in 2011, Under the Subway Video Art Night (USVAN) has distinguished itself by welcoming digital art videos of an experimental and performative nature, etc. Since its inception, USVAN has opened the door to disciplines that are different and unlike each other, but interrelated, thus raising awareness that video art is live art.

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Hispanic Day Parade

October 8th, 2023

Fifth Avenue, starting at 44th Street and ending at 77th Street (Manhattan)

The Hispanic Day Parade or the Parade for Hispanic Heritage Day in New York is celebrated once a year during the Hispanic Heritage Month, and in 2023 it will be on October 8th. In this event, delegations from 21 Spanish-speaking countries come together to showcase their folklore, music, and cultural traditions.

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Angel Orensanz Foundation

Authentic Flamenco Presents Yolanda Osuna

October 12 and 13, 2023, at 6:30 PM

172 Norfolk Street, Manhattan, 10002-1602

Experience Authentic Flamenco in New York for the first time! As part of its international tour, Authentic Flamenco brings Yolanda Osuna, a renowned flamenco artist, to perform in a passionate show sponsored by the Royal Opera of Madrid & Fever. Experience the raw power of this captivating Spanish art form at an amazing venue in New York.

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Ballet Hispánico Way

Celebración Latina

Sunday, October 15, 2023, from 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ballet Hispánico Way at West 89th Street from Amsterdam Avenue to the front door of Ballet Hispánico’s headquarters

Family members of all ages are invited to join the celebration on Ballet Hispánico Way for live music, dancing, and food from local vendors on the street and, inside the headquarters, for performances by the professional Company and students from the School of Dance, free dance classes, and so much more!

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El Museo del Barrio

ON VIEW EXHIBITION Something Beautiful: Reframing La Colección

Through March 10, 2024

1230 5th Avenue at 104th Street New York, NY 10029

The first rotation of Something Beautiful: Reframing La Colección is organized in eight sections plus seven artist spotlights. Repeated themes and motifs create a cohesive concept across the exhibition. Sections include: Ocama Aracoel: Taíno spirits and forms and their influence on the Nuyorican art movement; Cosmic Visions: Indigenous and non-indigenous artists evoking Amerindian languages, landscapes, and other cultural references; First Impressions: Focusing on early acquisitions and the graphic portfolio in Puerto Rican printmaking; El Barrio: Different facets of life in East Harlem and other Barrios in New York, especially around the stoop, the sidewalk, and the bodega; The Street Transforms: Artists’ and activists’ interventions in public space; Pathos, Hope, Glory: Transhistorical portraits and self-portraits of artists reflecting the diversity of the Latinx experience; Clothed/Unclothed: Artworks that explore, exaggerate, and deconstruct what it means to be male, female, neither, or both; and Abstraccionistas: The protagonism of women in abstract art, matrilinear traditions, opticalities and the framing of reality through abstraction.

More Info: here

Notice: *Please be advised that sections of Something Beautiful: Reframing La Coleccion will be closed to the public until further notice. You are welcome to explore the gallery sections: Ocama Aracoel, Cosmic Visions, First Impressions, as well as Room 110.

Hispanic Society Museum & Library

Soto’s Penetrables Exhibition

Since June 2023 until further notice

Upper Manhattan on Audubon Terrace on the west side of Broadway between 155th and 156th Streets

Penetrable is open to the public for free and will be on view at the Hispanic Society Museum & Library until further notice.

Soto, a visionary artist from Venezuela, played a pivotal role in the development of Kinetic Art in Paris during the 1950s and 1960s, as well as in the Geometric Abstraction movement in Venezuela. Soto’s iconic Penetrables are sculptures composed of vertical cascading tubes hanging in space, into which spectators are invited to enter and roam through. The sculpture is meticulously constructed from iron, aluminum, and yellow plastic tubes arranged within a steel grid. According to Untapped, guests are absorbed into the piece as they wander through the cascading tubes and are made to feel as if the boundary between the sculpture and themselves is blurred. From an outsider’s perspective, those wandering through the sculpture become part of the art.

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The New York Latino Film Festival

September 15 – 24, 2023

Regal Union Square

850 Broadway, NYC

The New York Latino Film Festival, sponsored by Warner Bros. Discovery, is set to return from September 15 to 24, 2023, marking the start of Latino Heritage Month. With a remarkable lineup of 116 films from nearly 20 countries, the festival will take place at Regal Union Square in NYC. The opening night will feature Amazon Prime's film "Cassandro," starring Gael Garcia Bernal, which tells the true story of a gay wrestler's rise to fame. The festival will also showcase films like "Story Ave," starring Luis Guzman, "You Were My First Boyfriend," "Radical," and "Carlos." Additionally, a free outdoor event in Washington Heights' Quisqueya Plaza will provide live music and food. The festival's mission to empower Latino filmmakers and creators to share their stories remains strong, as expressed by Calixto Chinchilla, the festival's founder. Warner Bros. Discovery's Axel Caballero and NYC's Commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment, Pat Swinney Kaufman, also commend the festival's dedication to diverse storytelling. Notable films to be featured include "Dumb Money," "Beat Street," "Blood in, Blood Out," "Playing Sam," "Simón," and "Boca Chica." The FUTURO Digital Conference will return with a focus on digital content and mobile technology, accompanied by a lineup of engaging web series.

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Carnaval De La Cultura Latina 2023

September 17, 2023, at 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Junction Blvd., between Roosevelt Avenue and 37th Avenue

3700 Junction Boulevard Corona NY 11368


The Carnaval aims to showcase art, music, dance, and delicious food from Latino cultures, providing a fun day for the whole family. The vendors will offer various Latin American arts and crafts, music, food, and other items to the attendees.

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Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning

“You Feel me?” Art Exhibition

September 16, 2023, at 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

161-4 Jamaica Avenue Queens, NY11432


This exhibition will showcase tactile art that can be explored through touch. The artwork extends beyond traditional canvas, imparting an added dimension to the visual experience. As part of the curatorial initiative Visual Voices aimed at highlighting emerging BIIPOC talent, the exhibition features an interactive exhibit.

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Staten Island


Team Salsa Presents: The Los Delgados Festival ’23

Saturday, September 23 at 6:30 PM EDT

73 Wave Street Staten Island, NY 10304 United States

From $20 - $25

The Second Annual Los Delgados Festival has arrived, featuring larger performances, more activities, and better vibes than before. Join us in celebrating the best artists from Staten Island and beyond!

Live music will be provided by DJ Savir, Youngnothing, and DJ Crossfvde.

There will be live interactive art, merchandise, raffles, giveaways, and more!

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Brooklyn Museum

María Magdalena Campos-Pons: Behold

September 15, 2023, through January 14, 2024

200 Eastern Parkway

Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052

María Magdalena Campos-Pons: Behold is a monographic exhibition of a visionary voice in photography, immersive installation, painting, and performance. Spanning nearly four decades of visually engaging artworks, the exhibition explores Campos-Pons’s prescient and sensorial work—transporting viewers across geographies, mediums, and spiritual practices. In her explorations of migration, diaspora, and memory, Campos-Pons draws from her family story to examine the global histories of enslavement, indentured labor, motherhood, and migration.

María Magdalena Campos-Pons: Behold is organized by the Brooklyn Museum and the J. Paul Getty Museum.

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Brooklyn Museum

Symposium: Behold

Saturday, September 16, 2023, at 11:30 AM – 6 PM

Meet at the Center for Feminist Art and Overlook, 4th Floor.

200 Eastern Parkway

Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052

Celebrate the opening of María Magdalena Campos-Pons: Behold—an exhibition spanning nearly four decades of the artist’s boundary-breaking work—with two roundtable discussions and a new immersive performance by Campos-Pons. Participants include artists Carlos Martiel, Helina Metaferia, Pamela Sneed, and Carrie Mae Weems, along with scholars Cheryl Finley, Tatiana Flores, Nikki A. Greene, Carmen Hermo, Jamaal Sheats, and Adriana Zavala.

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Brooklyn Museum

Jazz in the Garden: Willie Martinez and His Latin Jazz Collective

Sunday, September 24, 2023, 2–4 PM

Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden, 1st Floor (rain location: Beaux-Arts Court)

200 Eastern Parkway

Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052

Swing by the Museum’s backyard Sculpture Garden for our Jazz in the Garden series, featuring performances by some of the city’s best musicians. In September, hear Willie Martinez and his Latin Jazz Collective, which blends Afro Caribbean rhythms with the harmonic vocabulary and improvisational spirit of jazz. Martinez, a percussionist, and vocalist, holds a long-running monthly show at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe with his band La Familia. He was named “New Yorker of the Week” by NY1 for his weekly outdoor concerts that enlivened his Brooklyn neighborhood throughout the pandemic.

Presented in partnership with Jazz Foundation of America.

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28th Annual Panamanian Day Parade

Saturday, October 7, 2023, at 12 PM

President Street and Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

The Largest Panamanian Parade in the World outside of the Republic of Panama.

The Panamanian Parade celebrates and honors the leaders, educators, artists, and celebrities that have left a cultural footprint on this nation.

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The Bronx

Salsa Con Fuego

Raulin Rodriguez in Concert

September 22 at 9 PM - September 23 at 4 AM EDT

2297 Cedar Avenue The Bronx, NY 10468 United States

First 500 tickets only $30

Friday, September 22nd El Cacique Raulin Rodriguez in concert at SALSA CON FUEGO! The biggest party with music by X96.3 DJs.

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Bronx Coast to Coast Walk

Saturday, September 30 at 9 AM – 4 PM EDT

Bronx W 231st and Riverdale Ave New York, NY 10463 United States


Organized by

Walk from the Hudson River to the bay with us.

Start: Ewen Park, Bronx, 231 St and Riverdale Ave.

Finish: Pelham Bay.

Back by popular demand, a Bronx walking tale. Dip your feet in the Hudson and the Sound in the same day on the same walk. Your reward is drinks and lunch on City Island.

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Bronx Library Center

Bronx Fashion Week in Collaboration with the Bronx Library Center

Saturday, October 14 at 5 – 7 PM EDT

310 E. Kingsbridge Road Bronx, NY 10456 United States

Celebrate National Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month with Bronx Fashion Week and the Bronx Library Center. Enjoy vibrant Latin music, explore diverse cultures, and tour the library's Latino and Puerto Rican Cultural Collection. Connect, share stories, and embrace unity through the Power of Fashion. Limited seating, register soon!

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Lehman College

The Spectacular Season Opening Concert

Saturday, September 16, 2023, at 7:00 PM

250 Bedford Park Blvd W, Bronx, NY 10468

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts presents the Spectacular Season Opening Concert on September 16, 2023, featuring the MAMBO LEGENDS ORCHESTRA, LUCRECIA, and NELSON GONZALEZ with the DEL CARIBE LATIN JAZZ ALL STARS. The event marks the start of their season and takes place at Lehman College in Bronx, NY, offering a vibrant blend of mambo, Latin jazz, and Cuban musical talents. Tickets are available in different price tiers, and the center's diverse support includes the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts, as well as sponsorships from companies like Goya Foods and Con Edison.

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Free Tour New York in Manhattan and Financial District

Provided by Fractal Travel

Languages: English and Spanish

Join our free Financial District walking tour to explore iconic NYC landmarks. Discover history at the National Museum of the American Indian, walk Wall Street, and see the World Trade Center. Experience Battery Park's Statue of Liberty views, visit 9/11 Memorial, Trinity Church, and more. Uncover NYC's story with us!

On arrival

Please find us in front of CASTLE CLINTON AT BATTERY PARK with the purple umbrella. We don't cancel due to the rain.

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VIATOR a TripAdvisor Company

Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx Contrastes Tour in Spanish

Mondays through Saturdays

Start time 8:30 AM

Meeting Point:Meet us at the McDonald's main entrance- Corner of West 51st Street & Broadway1651 Broadway

1651 Broadway, New York, NY 10019, USA

Spanish Language

From $55.00

New York City has many sides. So many that most visitors and even some locals don’t see them all. This guided tour takes you to some hidden enclaves in the Big Apple: visiting Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Queens. Stop in multicultural neighborhoods to learn about local culture, sample the food, and see landmarks from famous films. Take a guided tour of Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx See landmarks like Yankee Stadium, the Brooklyn Bridge and more Pickup from a centrally located meeting point.

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VIATOR a TripAdvisor Company

Full Day Tour, walking through New York in Spanish

Meeting point: 1 Bowling Green

1 Bowling Green, New York, NY 10004, USA Open in Google Maps

We are going to meet you on the stairs of the Museum of Native American History

End point Strawberry

Fields Q2GG+83, New York, NY 10019, USA Open in Google Maps

The tour ends at the John Lennon memorial steps from the tube station.

Spanish Language

From $138.00

This tour is special for those who want to see the main attractions of the city in a single day and take the best photos, of course.

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Activity provider: TOUR AMERICA


New York City: Brooklyn, Queens, and Bronx Tour in Spanish

FromUS$ 60

Explore the boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx on a guided tour of New York City. Visit communities where the native language, culture and cuisine dominate and see landmarks made famous by countless movies.

Experience the diverse cultures of New York City with a Spanish-speaking guide.

Discover a melting pot of cultures, from the rich to the poor and everything in between.

Stop to take photos in Flushing Meadow Park.

Meeting point

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