WhereTraveler New York

Our monthly curated list of where to go and what to see

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US Open

Aug. 26–Sept. 8 Game, set, match at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens. www.usopen.org

Outdoor Art Exhibit Sept. 1, 2, 7 & 8 Washington Square in Greenwich Village hosts a sidewalk show and sale of original works in all mediums. www.wsoae.org

20at20

Sept. 3–22

The promotion offers $20 tickets to Off-Broadway shows 20 minutes before curtain. www.20at20.com

Couture Fashion Week Sept. 6–8 Internatio­nal designers stage fashion shows at the 4W43 Building. Admission is by ticket. www.couture fashionwee­k.com

Brooklyn Book Fair Sept. 7 & 8 Antiquaria­n book, print, photo, autograph and ephemera dealers—as many as 110—exhibit and sell at the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint. www.brooklynbo­okfair.com

“Friends” Pop-Up Sept. 7–Oct. 6

Fans can revisit the popular TV show at this 25th-anniversar­y immersive experience in SoHo. www.friends25p­opup.com

Feast of San Gennaro Sept. 12–22

The street festival in Little Italy honors Italian food, music and the patron saint of Naples. No website “Psycho” in Concert Sept. 13 & 14

As the Hitchcock movie classic unspools at David Geffen Hall, the New York Philharmon­ic performs its Bernard Herrmann score live. www.nyphil.org

Rubberband

Sept. 17–22

The athletic Montrealba­sed dance troupe makes its Joyce Theater debut. www.joyce.org

Broadway Flea Market Sept. 22

Theater collectibl­es, signed Playbills and posters, silent and live auctions—and a chance to meet Broadway stars in Shubert Alley. www.broadwayca­res.org

Metropolit­an Opera Sept. 23, 27 & 30 The Met’s 2019–2020 season opens with a new production of “Porgy and Bess” at its Lincoln Center home. www.metopera.org

NY Burlesque Festival Sept. 26–29

Tassels twirl at nightclubs in Brooklyn and Manhattan. www.thenewyork­burlesque festival.com

Affordable Art Fair Sept. 26–29 Collectors flock to the Metropolit­an Pavilion for artworks priced between $100 and $10,000. www .affordable­artfair.com

NY Film Festival

Sept. 27–Oct. 13 Film at Lincoln Center’s annual showcase of internatio­nal cinema’s best. www.filmlinc.org/nyff2019

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