Thursday, September 23

Events calendar: what to do in NYC this weekend

To celebrate the documentary and concert, Romeo Santos: King Of Bachata and Romeo Santos: Utopia Live From MetLife Stadium, HBO Max Pa’lante partnered with Dominican beer brand, Presidente, to host the HOUSE OF BACHATA pop-up in Washington. Heights, which closes its doors this Friday, August 6, at 8 pm. At the fun venue, Santos welcomes guests in the form of a hologram, and after a warm welcome from the singer himself, attendees celebrate Dominican culture and bachata music by transporting themselves to iconic cultural settings such as a winery, a barber shop and a living room. In association with the CUNY Institute of Dominican Studies, CASA DE BACHATA will also showcase the history of the genre and highlight its greatest icons and contributions. It is located at 421 W 202nd Street (10th Avenue), for information, visit:

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“The Meeting” begins this Saturday

Buchanan’s Scotch Whiskey launched its new summer program, “The Reunion,” an emerging community experience that invites New Yorkers to gather with friends and family to enjoy the culture and traditions of our neighborhoods. Beginning this Saturday, August 7, from 2:00 to 6:00 pm, the celebration brings together the best of New York’s Hispanic voices and companies, all under one roof, from artists to waiters, chefs and creatives, providing them with a platform to sell your products and share your stories to your community. La Reunion will offer a unique experience with: Buchanan’s cocktails and food from local restaurants, shopping at local Hispanic businesses in NYC, live entertainment from the Dominican artist from Trap Latino Messiah (Photo) and DJs Coco and Breezy Y DJ Bembona, shoe customization by the artist Johanna Toruno and FILA, among other activities. The party is at 74 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249, 21 and over only. Sign up:


The Dizzy’s Club reopens its doors

Experience both in-person and virtual performances by the global community of world-class jazz musicians at Lincoln Center’s most intimate venue – Dizzy’s Club, which has just reopened. The cultural center offers live jazz performances with panoramic views of Manhattan, a warm atmosphere, and a delicious seasonal menu.

Herlin Riley, Trio Da Paz & Friends and Isaiah J. Thompson Quartet are some of the artists that will be performing soon. Dizzy’s Club is located in Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, on Broadway and 60th Street. Information:

Tony Vega in free concert

The Horizon Foundation Sounds of The City presents for free the salsa singer Tony Vega, today Thursday, August 5, at 6:00 pm The salsa singer and band leader, was born into a family of musicians in Puerto Rico and learned bongos and conga at a young age before moving to New York City and jumping onto the salsa scene. Tony, who celebrates 40 years of entertaining audiences around the world, will have the entire audience dancing and feeling Latin rhythms all night long. The show will be at the NJPAC Chambers Plaza, One Center Street, Newark, NJ 07102. Tickets are available at: or by calling the ticket office number 888.GO.NJPAC (888.466.5722)

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