Top 5 Things to do Labor Day in New York City

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Best Things To Do during this Laboy Day Weekend in New York City

1. Electric Zoo Festival 
 

Are you Electric Zoo ready? Randall’s Island Park is located along the East River between Manhattan, Queens and the Bronx. The grass event space where Electric Zoo with 2 main stages, there are several open air tents for a multi-genre experience.

Website: http://electriczoofestival.com/

Address: Randall's Island

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2. US Open
 

Nothing Beats Being at the US Open. Don’t miss a moment of the action. Act now and get your seats to be part of the grandest Slam in tennis.

Website: http://2014.usopen.org/

Address: Flusing Meadow Queens

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3.  New York International Salsa Congress
 

The New York International Salsa Congress is New York City's PREMIER Latin Dance & Music event where the world comes to dance no matter your style and age.

Website: http://nycsalsacongress.com/

Address: Hilton Hotel New York Hotel


4. Staten Island Philharmonic Concert
 

Staten Island Philharmonic will go “Out of this World!” at Tottenville High School. The Staten Island Philharmonic Youth Orchestra will join us in an intergalactic program that includes the world premiere of “The Conqueror” by Aaron Minsky, “Blast Off” for Orchestra and Astronaut by Daniel Dorff, and a symphonic suite from Star Wars, by John Williams.

Website: http://siphilharmonic.org/

Address: 100 Luten Ave. Staten Island


5. Dream Up Festival
 

Theater for the New City will present a lineup of wide-ranging and original theatrical visions embracing drama, poetry, music, and dance. Dream Up Festival will consist of performing artists representing theater and performance companies in our theater complex in downtown New York. In 2010, the inaugural Dream Up Festival offered 25 shows consisting of 23 World Premieres and 2 American Premieres.

Website: http://www.dreamupfestival.org/

Address: 155 First Ave. East Village

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