Spring Break 2018 in New York City is celebrated with several events, bar & night club parties & social gatherings. Every year you can find Spring Break events taking place all throughout the New York City area. Be sure to check out the local New York City New York nightlife guide and check out all the events coming up for the Spring Break 2018 in the Event Directory.
Things to Do for Spring Break in New York City 2018
NYC's Best Spring Party: Shop, Eat, Drink, Dance at the 5th Annual Open Market
at Highline Stages
Best restaurants in the Meatpacking District all conveniently under one roof? Yes please! At Open Market you'll experience food, drink, sample sale shopping & live DJ sets at this not-to-be missed indoor block party to kick off the NYC spring season.
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts Presents 2018 Winter-Spring Season
at Lehman Center for the Performing arts
LEHMAN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS ITS 2018 WINTER-SPRING SEASON Lehman Center for the Performing Arts presents its amazing 38th season with new shows in its 2018 Winter-Spring schedule.
Basque Dinner at Bar Boulud 4/19
at Bar Boulud
With spring upon us, Bar Boulud will be taking a voyage to Basque country with new menus featuring all its seasonal bounty.
Spring Whiskey Dinner with Michter's at db Bistro Moderne on 4/23/2018 @ 7:00pm
at db bistro moderne
Chef Daniel Boulud's db bistro moderne is a contemporary French restaurant, known for chic bistro cuisine. The menu features updated bistro classics with a modern twist and market-driven French-American cuisine.
Enjoy Sunshine & Savings at Swing into Spring: NYC's Best Shopping Event in Meatpacking District
at Little West Wines
Spring is here! On April 24, the Meatpacking District will host a seasonal shopping experience, Swing into Spring, where 30+ top businesses will offer 20% or more and stay open until 9pm with sips and bites for all who stop by.
Cherry Blossom Festival
at Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Sakura Matsuri, one of Brooklyn's best spring festivals, is an annual celebration of Japanese culture. At the Cherry Blossom Festival, NYC-folk and out-of-towners can partake in a bunch of activities while being surrounded by blooming, pink-petal trees