NYC Unicycle Festival, Broadway Week and More September 2022 Events Near The Cryder House
Looking for something to do this September in Queens, New York? We’ve got you covered! From the NYC Unicycle Festival to Broadway Week and the U.S. Open, there’s lots to do this September near The Cryder House in Queens, NYC.
NYC Unicycle Festival
Four days of “one-wheel madness” are set this Sept. 1-4 in NYC for the 13th Annual NYC Unicycle Festival,
NYC is set for the 13th Annual NYC Unicycle Festival, a four day festival of “one-wheel madness.” The brainchild of Bindlestiff Family Variety Arts, Inc., the NYC Unicycle Festival is a convergence of thousands of recreational riders, world-class performers, mountain and off-road unicycle enthusiasts and inventors.
The festival will tour the city starting with Central Park, then to Coney Island, Queens and finally Manhattan for the final day. Here is the full schedule:
Thursday, Sept 1: 10:30 am to 3 pm (approx)
Battery Park to Central Park
Long Distance Rides
Friday, Sept 2: 2 pm to 6 pm (approx)
Brooklyn Bridge to Coney Island
Long Distance Rides
Saturday, Sept 3: Noon to 5 pm
Seven Gables Playground and Cunningham Park, Queens
One Wheel activities including Mountain Unicycle, Learn-to-Ride, Unicycle Basketball, and more
Sunday, Sept 4: 1pm to 5pm
Grants Tomb, Manhattan
A casual day of rolling at the home of the NYC Unicycle Club
The U.S. Open
Running Aug. 29-Sept. 11, the U.S. Open comes home to Queens and tickets are still available. But the U.S. Open, believe it or not, isn’t just about tennis. From amazing food to the iconic Unisphere, there’s lots to do and see around the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center at Corona Park. Here’s a full guide to experiencing the U.S. Open.
New York City Broadway Week – Sept. 6-25
When you live at The Cryder House, Broadway is just around the corner.
This Sept. 6-25, Broadway Week returns, a time when select show tickets are available for purchase at a buy-one-get-one-free discount. Shows like “The Lion King,” “The Kite Runner,” “1776,” and “The Phantom of the Opera,” are all on tap for Broadway Week.