It’s the last weekend in June and summer is in full swing with a variety of events – big and small – kicking off around the world. We bring you our destination picks of places in space in Berlin, London, New York City, Glastonbury and beyond. Get busy this weekend!
See our past weekend guides here.
London: Loughran Gallery at Muriel’s Kitchen Art Takeover
Londoners: Loughran Gallery joins forces with Muriel’s Kitchen on on a new concept linking art commerce and food. “All who come to the Art Takeover in Muriel’s Old Compton Street location will be encouraged to enjoy and take in the art over a place of wholesome food, making the whole process of viewing and buying art relaxed and enjoyable.”
36 – 38 Old Compton Street
New York City: Bicycle Film Festival
The annual Bicycle Film Festival returns to NYC this weekend. Celebrating bicycles through music, art and, of course, film, BFF showcases the latest works from countless creators. View the entire roster of events here.
various locations around New York City.
Berlin: Bite Club Food Stall Market
Berlin’s answer to New York’s Smorgasburg, Bite Club brings together a variety of specialty food, booze and spirits makers for afternoon and evening “street food” dining affairs. Get the full line-up and schedule of locations on their website.
Kreuzberg: every other Friday from May 16 – Sep 12 (18:00 – 00:00)
Mitte: every Saturday from May 24 – Sept 6 (14:00 – 22:00)
United Kingdom: Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts
Glastonbury famed music festival takes over South West England, once again, this weekend with another epic line-up featuring the likes of Arcade Fire, Metallica, Jack White, The Black Keys, Jamie XX and, literally, countless others across an exhaustive list of stages. Those attending as sure to prepare well and start planning your weekend roadmap.
between the small villages of Pilton and Pylle in Somerset
New York City: Jeff Koons: A Retrospective
Call it a swan song for the Whitney: the New York museum is hosting their final exhibition before their move into The Meatpacking Disctrict by hosting artist Jeff Koon’s first major museum presentation in New York. Certainly a fine way to bring closure to this art institution while showcasing one of the city’s greatest contemporary arists.
The Whitney Museum of American Art
Marcel Breuer Building
Madison Avenue and 75th Street
Italy: Details Design Store
In Italy this weekend? Stop by the town of Trento and visit Roberta Pedrotti’s new Details Design Store stocking a great array of homegoods and houseware labels on via Suffragio, known for its shops, studios and cafes. Check the interior designed by architect Bruno Detassis.