Vive la France! Celebrate all things French in New York City on Sunday, July 12th, at the annual Bastille Day Street Fair, with music, Can Can dancers, mimes, arts & crafts and food from France and other French-speaking countries, champagne tastings and more.
Kids can play a round of pétanque or get their faces painted at the Kids Corner booth. Shop the French-themed market stalls, try your luck at the prize drawing, and stop by the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) at 22 East 60th Street for wine and cheese tastings.
Although most of the street fair is FREE, some events require tickets.
Get tickets for the Champagne and Chocolate tasting, including Moet, Veuve Cliquot and Valrhona.
Get tickets for the Wine, Cheese, Cocktails and Beer tasting.
Buy raffle tickets to win a trip to Paris for two and other prizes.
Bastille Day is noon to 5pm on 60th Street, between Fifth and Lexington Avenues. It has been the largest public celebration of the historic friendship between France and the United States, also commemorating France’s own Independence Day on July 14, 1789.
Vive la France! at Bastille Day NYC 2015