Where Are The NYC Riders In July?

Where Are The NYC Riders In July?

Where are the busiest places for Uber riders in New York in July?

 New York is always busy, but some spots busier than usual.
 High demand for transport is likely at certain events.
 MoMA PS 1 Warm Up music concerts, Queens.
 Bastille Day Celebrations, 60th Street between Lex and 5th .
 Midsummer Night Swing, Damrosch Park, Lincoln Center.
 Shakespeare in the Park, Delacorte Theater, Central Park.

Where the Riders are in New York in July

New York is a busy city, but some places are busier than others at certain times of year. Where the crowds are, is where the money is. Uber/Lyft riders will be looking for drivers in all the busy areas, so make yourself available to feast on the fare bonanza. Here are some hot spots for the month of July. Be there or miss out.

MoMA PS1 Warm-Up Series

Event: Outdoor music concerts. Where: 22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, Queens.
When: Every Saturday, July 6th to August.
Times: Noon until late.

MoMA PS1 Warm-Up has been jamming the courtyard at the Long Island City Museum for over 20 years. Starting at noon and running ‘til late, it attracts hordes of music buffs, dancers and sun lovers. Top line bands and DJs grace the stage to provide a non-stop buffet of sound and music. Expect long lines for rides as the sun and fun wind down.

Bastille Day Celebrations

Event: Music concerts, parades, street fairs. Where: 60th Street between Lexington and Fifth Avenue.
When: Sunday July 15th .
Times: All day long. Morning ‘til night.

Bastille Day in NYC gives city dwellers a taste of France. Celebrating French National Day in the big city means all-day fun and fetes scattered far and wide. Core of the action can be found in midtown, with crowds out to sample performance, parades, food and music. Families and revellers alike will be weary by the time it’s over. Ensure you’re there to get them back to their Maison.

Midsummer Night Swing

Event: Outdoor Music and Dance Festival.
Where: Damrosch Park, Lincoln Center, 62nd Street.
When: June 25th to July 13th
Times: 6.00pm until midnight.

Midsummer Night Swing is a three weeks dance fete that draws huge crowds to the dance floors for salsa, disco, ballroom, swing and every other dance genre. The music is non-stop, and so’s the exertion. Big opportunities on tap to pick up dancers whose tired legs will never get them home.

Shakespeare in the Park

Event: Al-Fresco stage drama.
Where: Delacorte Theater, Central Park.
When: Tuesday through Sunday, July 16th to August 11th.
Times: Curtains rise at 8.00pm for a typical 3 hours show.

Yeah, it’s the bard and it’s outdoors. A long running tradition of classic theatre under the stars that began in May gets into high gear when the weather gets hot. High drama on stage attracts full house crowds. As the shows end, demand for transport will be huge. Get your act together play a major role.

Sources :
MoMA: https://www.timeout.com/newyork/nightlife/warm-up-at-moma-ps1
MoMA: https://www.moma.org/calendar/programs/156
Bastille Day: https://www.timeout.com/newyork/bastille-day
Swing Night: https://www.timeout.com/newyork/things-to-do/midsummer-night-swing-at-lincoln-center
Shakespeare: https://www.timeout.com/newyork/theater/shakespeare-in-the-park