Weekend Events

African Arts Festival. Four days of music, dance, spoken word. For the kids, there’s storytelling, clowns and more till July 7, Commodore Barry Park Park Ave., Navy St., Flushing Ave. and North Eliot Pl. Brooklyn.  iaafestival.org. Lincoln Center Festival till July 28, (W. 65th St. bet. Broadway and Amsterdam Ave.) lincolncenterfestival.org. Summergarden Concerts July 7–28, MoMA’s series recruits jazz and classical players from the Juilliard School and Jazz to hear them than seated outdoors in MoMA’s tranquil Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden. Seating opens at 7pm. Moma.org Control Voltage Block Party at the South Street Seaport. Check out what’s new from 13 synthesizer exhibitors (including Knas, Snazzy FX, and Tip Top Audio) who are cranking up their creations on the streets of the Seaport. 3pm Free Coney Island Beach Parties All Summer Long, Join Commander Rican Vargas and his famed Coney Island Dancers for free outdoor Boardwalk parties all summer long, with DJs spinning house, disco, soul, and funk. Noon. Boardwalk W, at W. 10th Street.             Sunday: Brooklyn Ice Cream Takedown at The Bell House 2pm, 30 different local homemade ice creams competing for votes from a panel of experts and the. B 149 7th St. Brooklyn, http://www.thebellhouseny.com You can buy tickets online. Free yoga at Prospect Park with YogaSole. Enter at the Bartel Pritchard Lot, 15th St. (adjacent to 15th St F train station), just across from the Pavilion Movie Theater. Walk straight ahead, down the drive to the main loop. 10–11 am.  Riverside South Amplified Sundays. Vibrantly danceable live music accompanied by spectacular sunsets over the Hudson Rive. Pier I at 70th Street. Bella’s Bartok | Bohemian dance punk.

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