Top 10 LI and NYC Events This Weekend June 8-10

Looking to blow off some steam after this long week? Everyone understands, and we all blow off steam in different ways! Check out to see if they’re in your area!

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Dreamland Amusements: Broadway Commons Carnival

It’s the season of carnival rides and food on a stick—yes, the fair is still in town. With free admissions and lights to illuminate the sky, who wouldn’t want to send their day off at Dreamland?!

Date/ Time: May 31-June 17 (Monday-Friday: 5-11 p.m.)  and (Saturday-Sunday: 12-11 p.m.)

Location: Broadway Mall at Hicksville, NY

Tickets: FREE Admissions and Parking/Rides vary from $1 to $30 for unlimited rides

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Long Island Pride March// Pride on the Beach

June is Pride Month and we’re all excited the event they’re calling the “biggest Long Island Pride ever!” With 30+ events ranging from concerts to parades, it’s an extravaganza we can’t wait for!

Date/Time: June 8-10 (Friday from 6-10 p.m.) and (Saturday-Sunday from 8-10 p.m.)

Location: Long Beach

Tickets: $15-130

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Northside Festival: Double Double Whammy, Grlmic + Terrorbird

The festival consists of artists such as Sidney Gish, Orion Sun, Free Cake for Every Creature, and more! If you’re looking for a fresh festival with unique artists, look no further!

Date/Time: Saturday, June 9, from 12-6 p.m.

Location: Baby’s All Right

Tickets: $10-13

Arts in the Plaza

Long Beach’s weekly art festival is coming around again this weekend, so why not spend a relaxed weekend looking for new art and music to love?

Date/Time: Saturday, June 9, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: Long Beach

Tickets: FREE

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Solely Women

Calling all feminists and art lovers- the William Ris Gallery is showcasing an exhibit all about what women face in their lives! With over 40 works of art and 14 incredible artists, check out the exhibit before it’s closed after this weekend!

Date/Time: June 8-10, from 12-5 p.m.

Location: William Ris Gallery

Tickets: FREE

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Brooklyn Vegan Roof Party

Wanting a pinnacle NYC experience? Going to a rooftop party with great food and even better bands is the way to live out your NY fantasies!

Date/Time: Saturday, June 9, from 2-10 p.m.

Location: Elsewhere Rooftop

Tickets: $20-25

Fairway Food Festival

Sushi, Yogurt, pastries and more—oh my! The Armory Track is holding an event with over 100 different booths holding mouth-watering foods that’ll make everyone go into a food coma this weekend.

Date/Time: Sunday, June 10, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: The Armory

Tickets: $5

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Katra Lounge Hip Hop vs Reggae Remix Fridays

Free club days? Yes, please! Head to Katra for a night of remixed music, mixed drinks and great times!

Date/Time: Friday, June 8-Saturday, June 9, from 11 p.m.-4 a.m.

Location: Katra

Tickets: FREE

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5th Brooklyn Synth Expo

Are you a music fanatic or synth fan? Well hop on over to Brooklyn’s Syth Expo and check out over 80 manufacturers!

Date/Time: Saturday, June 9, from 12-7 p.m., and Sunday, June 10, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Absurd Conclave

Tickets: FREE

Pride Pet Parade

Celebrate PRIDE and the existence of cute animals with the parade we’ve all been asking for!

Date/Time: Saturday, June 9, from 3-4 p.m.

Location: Long Beach Rec Center Gazebo

Tickets: FREE

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Delilah Gray
Delilah Gray is a writer for Long Island Weekly.

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