Festivals in Glen Rock


Inked Out New Jersey: Inked Out New Jersey Tattoo & Music Festival at Meadowlands Expo Center on September 11–13 (Up to 55% Off)

Inked Out New Jersey Tattoo & Music Festival at Meadowlands Expo Center on September 11–13 (Up to 55% Off)

Inked Out New Jersey

Meadowlands Exposition Center

Lauded tattoo artists, musicians, and entertainers convene over three days for live tattooing sessions, brawny rock, and meet-and-greets

$22.09 $10

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The Hunger Games: The Exhibition: "The Hunger Games: The Exhibition" at Discovery Times Square, July 1–September 3 (Groupon-Exclusive Flex-Entry Pass)

"The Hunger Games: The Exhibition" at Discovery Times Square, July 1–September 3 (Groupon-Exclusive Flex-Entry Pass)

The Hunger Games: The Exhibition

Discovery Times Square

High-tech exhibit combines props, costumes, and interactive set recreations—and Groupon gets you tickets before they are sold to the public

$33.21 $33

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All-Day Lehigh Valley Winery Tour: $89 for a Lehigh Valley Wine Tour Including Lunch and Transportation ($109 Value)

$89 for a Lehigh Valley Wine Tour Including Lunch and Transportation ($109 Value)

All-Day Lehigh Valley Winery Tour

11th Ave & West 45th Street

With a chartered luxury motor coach, this all-day trip visits three wineries for tastings, food pairings, and a gourmet lunch

$109 $89

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Big Brew NY: $52 for One General Admission Ticket to Big Brew NY on Saturday, July 11 ($70 Value)

$52 for One General Admission Ticket to Big Brew NY on Saturday, July 11 ($70 Value)

Big Brew NY

Lyndhurst Castle

Revelers sip unlimited beer tastings from a 5 oz. souvenir glass while listening to music; more than 200 craft beers

$70 $52

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Great Vision Productions (Holi Color Run, Holi Color Festival, Zombie Race): $14 for Admission for One to Holi Color Festival on Saturday, July 25 ($69 Value)

$14 for Admission for One to Holi Color Festival on Saturday, July 25 ($69 Value)

Great Vision Productions (Holi Color Run, Holi Color Festival, Zombie Race)

Boonton

Revelers of all ages frolic at the festival’s paint rave, getting drenched in Holi color and enjoying live entertainment

$69 $14

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Taste Of The City: Up to 77% Off Food tour at Taste of the City

Up to 77% Off Food tour at Taste of the City

Taste Of The City

Multiple Locations

From the merchant: Explore delicious food tastings in NYC’s best specialty food shops, ethnic eateries, and restaurants with your friends

$200 $69

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  • Get Real Belgian Festival
    Barbecue ribs with a smoky rauchbier. A melon salad with a dark doppelbock. The folks behind Get Real Presents specialize in pairings like these, sharing the joys of craft beer and delicious, locally-sourced foods. In this spirit, its team of foodies and beer aficionados hosts festivals featuring more than 80 brews, as well as restaurant events that pair craft beer with regional foods. As unique as it sounds, they admit this isn't exactly a new idea—they take a page from other countries, such as Belgium, who actually anchor much of their cuisine around the effervescent beverage. Following this "cuisine a la biere" model, they aim to highlight all of the great things a freshly crafted brew can do to enhance an evening out on the town, such as highlighting the flavors of a complementary dish, spicing up a local chef's stew, or softening your dad to the idea of paying off all of your student loans.
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    135 W 18th St
    New York, NY US
  • Osteria Giotto
    Make your way to the table at Osteria Giotto, and chow down on swanky Italian cuisine. Cautious diners will appreciate the low-fat and gluten-free fare at Osteria Giotto. Osteria Giotto is the perfect spot to enjoy a great meal outside (weather permitting). Osteria Giotto is a fine restaurant for those with large and small parties. Don't get stuck waiting for a table — the restaurant accepts reservations. Good luck spotting a suit and tie at Osteria Giotto — casually-dressed diners are the norm here. Can't get enough of Osteria Giotto's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events. At Osteria Giotto, you can easily find street parking just steps away from the door. A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more.
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    21 Midland Ave
    Montclair, NJ US
  • Alternative High School
    Celebrating its 47th year, the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra tackles traditional baroque and romantic masters as well as contemporary songsters throughout its 2011?2012 season. An accomplished conductor of opera, Broadway, pops, and classical music, music director Gerald Steichen massages mellifluent tones out of Ridgefield's vibrant violins and boisterous brass. RSO highlights name-brand classical masters with its Beauty of Beethoven and Brahms Fulfilled shows. Young and aspiring musicians congregate at the Young Impressions concert, featuring 16-year old soloist Madeleine Bouissou. Celebrate the time signatures of foreign composers with A Trip to the British Isles, or sit back as visiting Broadway performers Nat Chandler and Teri Hansen belt homegrown classics during February 4th's Rodgers and Hammerstein Celebration, attended by Oscar Hammerstein's grandson Andy Hammerstein.
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    700 N Salem Rd
    Ridgefield, CT US
  • Awaken Wellness Fairs
    Awaken Wellness Fairs shed light on the latest trends in holistic healing with events and services spanning in-depth seminars, revitalizing bodywork, and life coaching. Intuitive readers sit down for one-on-one sessions that offer insight into personal problems or looming decisions, and bodywork professionals soothe physical distress with calming holistic treatments. The fairs also feature sundry vendors selling healing crystals and jewelry.
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    2117 NJ Rte. 4
    Fort Lee, NJ US
  • The New York Botanical Garden
    Founded by husband-and-wife botanists Nathaniel Lord Britton and Elizabeth Gertrude Knight Britton in 1891, the New York Botanical Garden has been a destination of natural beauty for generations of New York residents and beyond. With spring currently blanketing the city with color, garden staffers spend their days busily preparing for 2014's packed festival season. May brings the sound of popped corks during Wine in the Native Plants Garden, giving guests the chance to take a leisurely tour. The festivities continue in June, when 4,000 blooming flowers herald the beginning of the Rose Garden Celebration. Of course, it's not all delicate flowers. The Big Backyard BBQ & Music Festival on Father's Day weekend lets guests celebrate dad with chipper tunes and food samples. These festive occasions all support the garden's mission is to be "an advocate for the plant kingdom." Much like the Brittons, today's staffers aim to lead the charge to document every species of plant and fungus on the planet. Varied terrains unfurl across its 250 acres, including rolling hills, waterfalls, and 50 acres of the forest that once blanketed New York City. In addition to native plants, rotating exhibitions and family events give visitors a reason to come back every season.
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    2900 Southern Blvd.
    Bronx, NY US
  • The Affordable Art Fair
    The Affordable Art Fair nearly manages to fit the entire world of contemporary art into a sprawling—yet walkable—space. There will be 70 local and international artists represented in galleries full of sculptures, paintings, photographs, and other media, in every imaginable style. In fact, there are only three big requirements for the fair: every artist represented must be living, all work must be original, and everything must be priced below $10,000. Visitors shouldn't be intimidated by that top price tag, though. Fair founder Will Ramsay and his team want to make art accessible to as many people as possible, so they amass pieces priced as low as $100. They also encourage art newbies and experts alike to attend and explore the works of established artists, emerging artists, and recent art graduates. Kids and adults might even uncover their own hidden talents during onsite art workshops. Visitors' Tips Bring paper and a pen, pencil, or fine-tipped paintbrush in order to note down favorite pieces as you wander. Ask the exhibiting artists questions about their works—you'll have a story to share later if you buy a piece. Check out the programming to see what free panels and tours to join. Check out this video primer for more details on what to expect.
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    269 11th Ave.
    New York, NY US

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