Sundays NYC

Sundays in NYC, we visit our parents. Some go to church. You can listen to Cuban Jazz, dance Tango or at a Mexican party. Peace be with you.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral Our Lady of Nube Ecuadorian Mass

Sunday, December 15, 2019
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
MIDTOWN EAST, NYC ~ Join New York City’s Ecuadorian community in prayer

Arturo O’Farrill Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra, Cuban Jazz at Birdland

HELL’S KITCHEN, NYC ~ Cuban jazz live music by this multiple Grammy winning band continues a Sunday tradition started by Chico O’Farrill in 1997

El Destino Argentine tango dancing at Solas

EAST VILLAGE, NYC ~ Argentine tango dancing with NYC’s best dancers in an intimate room with one of New York’s best tango DJs

VolvoTango is Argentine Tango Dancing on a pier with Hudson River views

Wednesdays & Sundays, April-November
WEST VILLAGE, NYC ~ One of New York City’s most romantic tango venues is Pier 45

Celebrate Easter 2020, the Christian Spring Festival

Sunday, April 12, 2020
This Christian spring holiday commemorates the resurrection of Jesus which is the core belief of Christianity

Zinc Bar

GREENWICH VILLAGE ~ An old-school underground Greenwich Village jazz club owned by an Argentine family

Trinity Church is old New York’s iconic church

75 Broadway at Wall St
Financial District, Manhattan

La Boom

WOODSIDE, Queens ~ NYC’s most popular Latin night club
FRI Touring artists
SAT Tropical party
SUN Noches Mexicanas

Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue

1 West 53rd St
at Fifth Avenue
Midtown, Manhattan

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe

WEST VILLAGE, NYC ~ New York’s oldest Spanish-language parish has daily masses in Spanish & English. That stretch of 14th St was once NYC’s “Little Spain.”

West-Park Presbyterian Church

A Romanesque Revival church on Manhattan’s Upper West Side that is the home of Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca

St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery hosts dance, poetry, and community

131 East 10th St
at Second Ave
East Village, Manhattan

Please confirm events before you go, especially in Summer.