At A Glance

Your guide to the season’s must-see events, across Aspen, Miami, Palm Beach and New York.
Rejuvenate in sunny Miami at the Beach Polo World Cup, or the Redland International Orchid Festival.

By Jenna Lebovits


APRIL 18-28

OUTshine Film Festival

Don’t miss Florida’s internationally acclaimed LGBTQ+ film festival, presenting the best in queer cinema. The 26th edition of OUTshine will feature more than 65 films over 10 days, highlighting culturally diverse films that offer contemporary perspectives on the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender experience. Ticket prices vary. Various locations across Miami;

APRIL 19-21

Beach Polo World Cup

Featuring eight international teams and more than 120 horses, this
year’s Beach Polo World Cup, held in Miami Beach, returns for three days of high-energy fun. Tickets from $75 per day. Between 21st and 22nd streets at Collins Avenue, Collins Park;

MAY 17-19

Redland International Orchid Festival

Step into a sublime floral oasis at the Preston B. Bird/Mary Heinlein Fruit & Spice Park for this world-renowned open-air orchid festival. $20. 24801 SW 187th Ave., Redland;

Don’t miss Jazz Aspen Snowmass’ June music festival, June 20-23. Photo: Konstantin Aal


JUNE 20-23

JAS June Experience

Jam out to jazz, blues, funk, soul and more at Jazz Aspen Snowmass’ June music festival, featuring some of the best current musicians of their respective genres. Tickets from $75. Downtown Aspen;


Aspen Film Collaboration: Taking Venice

74th Arts presents the powerful documentary Taking Venice in conjunction with Aspen Film. Following the screening, the film’s director, Amei Wallach,
will lead a discussion at the historic Isis Theatre. 406 E. Hopkins Ave.; 


An Evening With Chris Thile mandolin and Orchestra 

Mandolinist, singer-songwriter, composer and radio personality Chris Thile—known for his diverse and dynamic style—will be serenading guests in the Harris Concert Hall for a special performance. $65. 960 N. 3rd St.;


Aspen Valley Polo Club

Prepare for an exciting summer of polo that commences with the Independence Cup on July 5. With over 10 tournaments spanning the summer, viewers can experience the ancient team sport in real time at the Aspen Valley Polo Club.  3275 County Road 100, Carbondale; 



Earth Day 2024: Wildflowers of New York City

Celebrate nature with the New York Botanical Garden during its Earth Day celebration. Join Andrew Garn, photographer and author of Wildflowers of New York City, as he gives a presentation in the garden. Then tune in to a conversation between Garn and NYBG’s Michael Hagen on the importance of wildflowers in urban environments. Tickets from $39. NYBG, Ross Lecture Hall, 2900 Southern Boulevard, Bronx;

MAY 1-5

Frieze New York

Visit The Shed to view the best contemporary art from across the globe. This year’s fair will include more than 60 local and international galleries and collaborations with many of the city’s beloved nonprofit arts organizations. Tickets from $76. The Shed, 545 W. 30th St., Manhattan;

MAY 8-11

Horizons: Perspectives on Psychedelics

The New York Academy of Medicine hosts four days of programming, including workshops and conference forums, to teach attendees about the healing properties and safe use of psychedelics. Three-day pass from $825. The New York Academy of Medicine, 1216 Fifth Ave., Manhattan;

MAY 10-14

TEFAF New York Art Fair

The annual fair showcases artwork from some of the world’s leading dealers, with selections on display in the Upper East Side. TEFAF invites you to join them, in conjunction with some of the creative world’s brightest minds, to learn about industry insights, stories and more. Tickets from $55. Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Ave., Manhattan; 

JUNE 5-16

2024 Tribeca Film Festival

Watch some of the latest groundbreaking films at the annual Tribeca Film Festival, one of the largest festivals of its kind in North America. Over the course of 12 days, hundreds of original features and documentaries will be screened in theaters across NYC. Matinee passes from $100. Manhattan;