• MAY 28TH - 30TH

    NYC Craft Beer Festival at Watermark

    The Hand Crafted Tasting Co. takes over one of NYC’s scenic piers, home to the Watermark Cafe and now the three day NYC Craft Beer Festival Summer Seasonal at the Seaport!

    3 Days - 6 Events!

    Indoor and Outdoor Festival on Pier 15
    Incredible views both up and down the East River of the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridge

    Thursday, May 28th
    The Brewmaster’s Connoisseur Experience | Opening Night Festival Kickoff Event

    Friday, May 29th and Saturday May 30th
    A Total of 4 Sessions of Approx 75 Breweries and 150 Selections

    Get your tickets now (link below)!

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  • FRIDAY MAY 29TH, 8AM-5:30PM

    Pure Barre - FiDi Meet & Greet

    Pure Barre - Financial District is opening at 80 Pine Street soon and they’ll be at the Seaport this Friday, May 29th from 8am to 5:30pm to introduce themselves to the district! They’ll be available on Fulton Street (btwn Front and Water Streets) to discuss their brand new studio (just steps away from the Seaport), talk to the trainers, and of course, there will be giveaways!

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  • SATURDAY MAY 30TH, 6-9PM

    FSM + OSA Night Market

    Celebrate the start of summer, get to know your neighbors, and support the Old Seaport Alliance! Please join us for a festive Night Market at the Fulton Stall Market, featuring local artisans, wine, beer and light refreshments from our local restaurants. Raffle with great prizes! $10 suggested donation goes directly to support the programs of the Old Seaport Alliance.

    When: Saturday, May 30th from 6-9pm
    Where: 207A Front Street

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  • SUNDAY MAY 31ST, 9AM

    O2 Breathe Walk

    *SPECIAL DEALS AND MAP FOR WALK PARTICIPANTS*

    Join hundreds of the Pulmonary Hypertension community on Sunday, May 31, 2015 at the South Street Seaport and help us raise crucial funds to advance PHA’s mission. Create your team, join a team, or participate individually.

    9:00am - Check-in Opens
    10:00am - Walk Begins
    11:30am - Closing Ceremony

    To Register or Volunteer click link below!

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  • THURSDAY JUNE 4TH, 1:30PM

    Little Water Radio: Talibam!

    Talibam! joins Little Water Radio at the Fulton Stall Market for an on-air interview and live performance. Live in studio on Thursday June 4th @ 1:30pm.

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  • SATURDAY JUNE 6TH, 12:30PM

    Little Water Radio: Mahogany

    Mahogany joins Little Water Radio at the Fulton Stall Market for an on-air interview and live performance. Live in studio on Saturday June 6th @ 12:30pm.

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  • JUNE 7TH - SEPTEMBER 6TH

    Hornblower Cruises: Alive After Five

    Join smash-hit off-Broadway musical performance, The Imbible, aboard Alive After Five Cruise for a one-of-a-kind journey through the history of alcoholic beverages. For a limited time only, enjoy a night of theater on the river!

    Experience the adventure for only $75, including 3 craft cocktails

    The Imbible: A Spirited History of Drinking
    Sundays starting June 7th
    Pier 15 at the South Street Seaport
    Alive After Five, Cruising 6-8pm

    The Imbible: Rum Shanties and Pirate Drink
    Thursdays and Sundays starting July 2nd
    Pier 15 at the South Street Seaport
    Alive After Five, Cruising 6-8pm

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  • JUNE 13TH-28TH

    21 Fulton Art Exhibit ft. DeeDee deGelia

    21 Fulton will be displaying Photographer DeeDee deGelia’s work at their location starting June 13th thru June 28th. Opening Reception will take place Wednesday, June 13th from 5-7pm.

    About DeeDee deGelia:
    deedee has developed a style that is often stoic and quiet and that shows itself as a “beautifully intense portrayal of the human form, often veiled, hidden andwrapped.” The inspiration for her work comes from a dramatic place that mixes dreams, mythology, and reality. As a child, she was fascinated by images inher dreams; the dreamscape was a vivid place to escape reality. There she realized a fine line between imagination and the reality of life, which drives her art.

    Among deedee’s publishing credits are Rizzoli Publishing, Food and Wine Magazine, Lonely Planet publications, Getty Images, Mood Board London, LosAngeles Times, Montecito Journal, and Musee Magazine.

    deedee’s work has been shown in museums and galleries throughout California and New York, and is part of numerous private collections. She is therecipient of various awards, including the Viola Award given by the Artists Council of the Palm Springs Art Museum.

    Her interest in documentary work is seen when she served as producer and photographer in the production China: A Will to Rise, which covered five weeksin China’s Sichuan province capturing daily life within urban and rural cities. She is now in production on a documentary featuring Cuban Artists living inCuba and in exile.

    *Featured photo of the Marley family by DeeDee deGelia

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  • JUNE 19, 21, & 22 AT 3PM

    River to River Festival: Souleymane Badolo, Dance My Life

    Inspired by the contrast in the paces of life between his native home of Burkina Faso and his adopted home of New York City, Souleymane Badolo’s Dance my life is a celebration that crosses boundaries to highlight the similarities of what we all experience. In the fast-paced world of the present, there is a sense of urgency to accomplish as much as possible as fast as possible. Yet, people everywhere still feel and think about many of the same things – including work, family, prayer, joy, and sadness. This commonality of the human experience is at the center of Dance my life. For River To River, Dance my life will be performed at Pier 15, where the openness of its East River backdrop is an ideal setting for a dance that celebrates our shared similarities in life experiences that we all feel.

    Event Location:
    The Seaport District, Pier 15

    This Event is free with RSVP (RSVP open in June)

    ABOUT RIVER TO RIVER:
    As an annual arts festival since 2002, River To River has become a cornerstone of Lower Manhattan culture, providing an intense and rewarding way to experience the waterfronts, parks, plazas, hotels, historic landmarks, temporarily vacant office spaces, and other sites downtown. As the lead producer since 2011, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) has transformed the festival schedule and content in response to the changing landscape downtown and in order to better serve the River To River audience.

    Photo Credit: Tony Turner


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  • SATURDAY JUNE 20TH, 1:30PM

    Little Water Radio: Trabajo

    Trabajo joins Little Water Radio at the Fulton Stall Market for an on-air interview and live performance. Live in studio on Saturday June 20th @ 1:30pm.

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  • SATURDAY JUNE 20TH, 3:30PM

    Little Water Radio: Freedy Johnston

    Freedy Johnston joins Little Water Radio at the Fulton Stall Market for an on-air interview and live performance. Live in studio on Saturday June 20th @ 3:30pm. Youtube.

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  • TUESDAY JUNE 23RD, 4-8PM

    River to River Festival: Night at the Museums

    Discover where New York City’s history and culture began through free admission at 14 distinctive museums and cultural institutions in Lower Manhattan.

    Event Location:
    The Seaport District, the South Street Seaport Museum (full listing of all participating museums in link below)

    This Event is free with RSVP (RSVP open in June)

    ABOUT RIVER TO RIVER:
    As an annual arts festival since 2002, River To River has become a cornerstone of Lower Manhattan culture, providing an intense and rewarding way to experience the waterfronts, parks, plazas, hotels, historic landmarks, temporarily vacant office spaces, and other sites downtown. As the lead producer since 2011, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) has transformed the festival schedule and content in response to the changing landscape downtown and in order to better serve the River To River audience. Photo Credit: LMCC

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  • TUESDAY JUNE 23RD, 8:30PM

    River to River Festival: Olga Bell, Krai

    Krai is the Russian word for edge, limit, frontier or hinterland. Present-day Russia is divided into a myriad of ‘federal subjects’, including nine krais. In this capacity the term is a political designation, like ‘territory’, but for the earliest Russians these places represented both the promise and terror of the vast unknown. While much has been written about Russia’s major cities, Olga Bell’s Krai is an audio-visual performance concerned with the rest of the map: the wilderness, the towns, the inhabitants and their stories. From the Cossack melodies of Krasnodar Krai in the West to the Chukchi drumming of Kamchatka Krai in the Russian Far East, Krai is a forty-minute journey across the Eurasian landmass.

    Event Location:
    The Seaport District, Pier 15

    This Event is free with RSVP (RSVP open in June)

    ABOUT RIVER TO RIVER:
    As an annual arts festival since 2002, River To River has become a cornerstone of Lower Manhattan culture, providing an intense and rewarding way to experience the waterfronts, parks, plazas, hotels, historic landmarks, temporarily vacant office spaces, and other sites downtown. As the lead producer since 2011, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) has transformed the festival schedule and content in response to the changing landscape downtown and in order to better serve the River To River audience.

    Photo Credit: Olga Bell

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  • JUNE 23RD AT 9:30PM & JUNE 28TH AT 6PM

    River to River Festival: R2R Living Rooms w/ Can-D + Drella

    Because talking, drinking, eating, and dancing together are some of the most savory moments of any arts festival! Artists, festival partners, and audiences are invited to two R2R Living Rooms at VBar Seaport. LMCC Workspace artists-in-residence Amy Khoshbin and Raja Feather Kelly reemerge as Can-D (Amy) + DRELLA (Raja) to host and perform fun evenings influenced by media and celebrity culture and featuring “cosmic rapping”, video collage, and a dance team of ethereal drag angels.

    Event Location:
    The Seaport District, Vbar Seaport

    This Event is free with RSVP (RSVP open in June)

    ABOUT RIVER TO RIVER:
    As an annual arts festival since 2002, River To River has become a cornerstone of Lower Manhattan culture, providing an intense and rewarding way to experience the waterfronts, parks, plazas, hotels, historic landmarks, temporarily vacant office spaces, and other sites downtown. As the lead producer since 2011, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) has transformed the festival schedule and content in response to the changing landscape downtown and in order to better serve the River To River audience.

    Photo Credit: Can-D and Drella

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  • SATURDAY JUNE 27TH, 5-9PM

    River to River Festival: Benyoro, Los Crema Paraiso, & Golem

    South Street Seaport is the perfect place to enjoy free, eclectic, live music during River To River where the global music scene comes to a beloved New York City local venue. We have a line up that is sure to get you moving! Bands performing in the concert includes performing traditional and contemporary West African fusion musical ensemble Benyoro, Venezuelan psychedelic music masters Los Crema Paraiso and Klezmer punk rockers, Golem.

    Event Location:
    The Seaport District, Fulton Street

    This Event is free with RSVP (RSVP open in June)
    ABOUT RIVER TO RIVER:
    As an annual arts festival since 2002, River To River has become a cornerstone of Lower Manhattan culture, providing an intense and rewarding way to experience the waterfronts, parks, plazas, hotels, historic landmarks, temporarily vacant office spaces, and other sites downtown. As the lead producer since 2011, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) has transformed the festival schedule and content in response to the changing landscape downtown and in order to better serve the River To River audience.

    Photo Credit: Benyoro

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  • SATURDAY JULY 4TH

    Macy's 4th of July Fireworks

    The Seaport District will be a viewing area for the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Show. More details to come!

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  • JULY 4TH-12TH

    Festival of Tall Ships

    Get your tickets now to tour the 170- foot El Galeón! For a limited time this 495-ton wooden replica of a Spanish galleon will be joining Hornblower’s fleet for 8 days only in July - down at Pier 15 in the South Street Seaport. Part of the part of the proceeds will go to benefit the south street seaport museum and New York Harbor school.

    All General Admission tickets are $15, with the option to buy the Family Pack and receive four tickets for the price of three.

    About El Galeón
    El Galeón is a 170-foot, 495-ton, detailed wooden replica of a galleon that was part of Spain’s West Indies fleet. During the Viva Florida 500 Voyage, it will cover more than 3500 nautical miles with 28 crew members aboard, maneuvering more than 9,600 square feet of sail area, as it was done in the 16th Century. The ship is owned by the Nao Victoria Foundation of Seville, Spain.

    El Galeón began its historic Viva Florida 500 Voyage in Spain and stopped in Puerto Rico, where Ponce de León once was governor. The ship’s Florida route was similar to the one Ponce de León sailed 500 years ago, and the crew is using the navigational technology of that era.

    Ponce de León’s arrival in Florida in April 1513 marked the beginning of a European presence in what is now the U.S. mainland. He also is credited with discovering the Gulf Stream, which led to development of the early trade routes between Spain and the Americas.

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  • MONDAY JULY 13TH, 1PM

    Little Water Radio: Benjamin Cartel

    Benjamin Cartel joins Little Water Radio at the Fulton Stall Market for an on-air interview and live performance. Live in studio on Monday July 13th @ 1pm.

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  • SATURDAY AUGUST 1ST

    Brasil Summerfest: Coladera w/ Harlem Samba

    A day of electrifying samba at South Street Seaport on August 1st featuring Coladera, the new Brazil/Cape Verdean project led by master percussionist Marcos Suzano which masterfully blends Brazil and Portugal through classic guitars; and Harlem Samba, the energetic NYC Brazilian Percussion ensemble modeled after the samba school baterias of the Rio de Janeiro carnival.

    ABOUT BRASIL SUMMERFEST:
    NYC’s premiere Brazilian music and arts festival, BRASIL SUMMERFEST is returning for its fifth anniversary this summer! From July 30-August 8, the festival will showcase a superb selection of some of Brazil’s most dynamic artists at free and paid venues around the city, demonstrating the richness and diversity of the country’s contemporary music scene.

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