March 10 & 11:
Your 1960s Weekend Starts Here
Experience the full impact of the 1960s through an unprecedented citywide festival. Music, film, dance, theater, talks, and museum exhibits explore this watershed decade in American history—a decade that changed America in ways that still reverberate in our lives today.
Discover the following itineraries to conveniently assist you in planning an unforgettable day with more partner organizations across New York City, and celebrate this pivotal decade and its influence in the change of tomorrow.
Saturday, March 10
10 AM–12 PM
You Say You Want A Revolution: Remembering the Sixties exhibit at The New York Public Library
Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
476 Fifth Avenue | Manhattan
3 PM–5 PM
The Vietnam War: 1945–1975 exhibit at the New-York Historical Society
170 Central Park West | Manhattan
Free with museum admission
Dinner at a Neighborhood Partner restaurant
See Neighborhood Guide
8 PM–10 PM
Bhi Bhiman concert at Carnegie Hall (Zankel Hall)
Bhi Bhiman’s songs traverse R&B, power pop, socially conscious folk, and even hints of country and rockabilly. Hear him explore political and personal issues in deeply human songs that are witty and wise.
57th Street and Seventh Avenue | Manhattan
Mix and Mingle
Join us immediately after this concert at Zankel Hall’s Parterre Bar for a 45-minute mix and mingle.