Tuesday, June 30th: Fireworks, Free Shakespeare, Final Free Met Opera + 40 More

See free & cheap NYC events for tomorrow, Wednesday, July 1st (more added later today).

Today’s Events
Tuesday, June 30th & Wednesday, July 1st: Free Roving Production of Shakespeare's 'The Taming of the Shrew'
Tuesdays Through July 7th: Free Concerts During the Washington Sq. Music Festival 2015
Tuesdays Through October 27th: Free Stargazing on the High Line
Tuesday, June 30th: 'Is it work or is it play? the business problem of being an artist'
Tuesday, June 30th: Final Free Metropolitan Opera Recital of the Season
Tuesday, June 30th: Central Astoria 2015 [Early] 4th of July Celebration + Fireworks
Tuesday, June 30th: Summer Adventure Theatrical Drinking Game
Tuesday, June 30th: Uptown Showdown: Vacation vs. Staycation
Tuesday, June 30th: Free Film: 'Bridesmaids'

Ongoing
See more ongoing & upcoming NYC events
Through Summer 2015: Spencer Finch's 'A Certain Slant of Light' Turns The Morgan Into a Calendar Based on the Movement of the Sun
Through Sunday, November 1st: 'Making Music Modern: Design for Ear and Eye'
Through Sunday, July 19th: 'Elaborate Embroidery Fabrics for Menswear before 1815'
Through Sunday, July 19th: 'Everything is Design: The Work of Paul Rand'
Through Friday, September 4th: 'Sinatra: An American Icon' with Never-Before-Seen Photos & Rare Recordings
Through Sunday, August 30th: Giant Spools of Thread Represent 212 Ways to Walk Through Central Park
Through Tuesday, June 30th: See Overlooked Sections of New York Over the Decades in 'Outer Boroughs'
Through Sunday, September 13th: 'Hip-Hop Revolution' Photography Exhibition
Through Sunday, July 26th: 'Fashioning the Body: An Intimate History of the Silhouette' from Musée de la Mode in Paris
Through Sunday, August 23rd: 'Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks'
Through Sunday, September 13th: 'Saving Place: 50 Years of New York City Landmarks'
Through Sunday, July 19th: Site-Specific Works Inhabit the Old Bronx Borough Courthouse, Abandoned for 37 Years
Through Wednesday, September 30th: 'Pathmakers Women in Art, Craft and Design, Midcentury and Today'
Through Tuesday, September 1st: Urs Fischer's 'Big Clay #4' Sculpture Dominates Seagram Plaza
Through Sunday, August 16th: 'Van Gogh: Irises and Roses'
Through Sunday, November 1st: See Pierre Huyghe's Installation on the Rooftop of the Met
Through Monday, September 7th: 'Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960–1971' at MoMA
Through Monday, September 7th: Beaches Are Open in All Five Boroughs
Through Wednesday, September 30th: Olafur Eliasson’s Interactive LEGO Cityscape Comes to the High Line
Through Winter: 'Fata Morgana' Canopy Sculpture in Madison Sq. Park
Saturday, June 20th: MoMA Celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Technicolor with Rare Film Screenings
Through Monday, August 31st: 'Grand Canal: Recent Photographs Along the Gowanus'
Through Friday, July 3rd: F*ckfest 2015
Through Saturday, July 11th: VOICES 2015 Celebrates Harlem Pride
$5 Magazine Subscriptions
Through Sunday, November 29th: 'Folk City: New York and the Folk Music Revival'
Through Sunday, August 16th: 'China: Through the Looking Class' Costume Exhibition at the Met
Through Saturday, July 11th: Midsummer Night Swing 2015
Through Sunday, October 11th: 'Alice: 150 Years of Wonderland' at The Morgan
Through Wednesday, July 8th: New York Asian Film Festival 2015
Through Friday, August 7th: Light & Space Artist De Wain Valentine's First NYC Solo Show in 30+ Years
Through Sunday, August 2nd: 'H {N)Y P N(Y} OSIS' at Park Avenue Armory
Through Friday, July 17th: New Bryant Park Reading Room + Food Trucks Every Weekday
Through Monday, July 13th: Free Good Humor Ice Cream

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