Spring Street Festivals on the UWS

Spring is in the air, so we thought we’d get you excited about some upcoming spring activities! While many of us love street fairs, there are plenty of people who aren’t big fans. If you just can’t wait to celebrate spring with sausage and peppers, beaded necklaces and Peruvian windpipe ensembles, this article should get you amped. If you see these fairs as nothing more than pedestrian inconveniences, probably check out a different article. Here is the upcoming list of spring street festivals on the UWS.

All festivals take place from 10am to 6pm.

29th Annual West Side Spring Festival

Sunday, April 19th
Along Broadway from 96th – 106th Streets

This event will be feature arts, crafts, plants, antiques, entertainment, games and much more.

30th Annual Upper Broadway Spring Festival

Saturday, April 25th
Along Broadway from 110th – 116th Streets

The Upper Broadway Spring Festival takes place in front of Columbia University each year. Various tents featuring all kinds of antiques, plants and foods will be set up. Plus live entertainment!

32nd Annual Broadway Spring Festival

Sunday, May 3rd
Along Broadway from 86th – 93rd Streets.

This event will be feature arts, crafts, plants, antiques, entertainment, games and much more.

33rd Annual Livable West Side Festival

Sunday, May 24th
Along Broadway from 72nd – 86th Streets

Expect over 500 vendors to show up for one of the most famous and enjoyed NYC street fairs!

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27th Annual Spring Crafts Festival

Sunday, June 7th
Broadway from 65th to 72nd Streets

The festival will feature tons of vendors selling crafts, antiques, plants and flowers. Plenty of food stalls and live entertainment will be set up as well.

43rd Annual Plantathon & Crafts Fair

Sunday, June 14th
Along Broadway between 73rd – 86th Streets

The oldest outdoor plant & crafts fair in New York City featuring over 10,000 plants, 50 food booths and live music.

These street fairs and festivals are made possible by Mort and Ray Productions.

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