There's always so much to do in NYC.
But you already knew that.
Of your many, many options, here are our picks.
Adele (Sept, 19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 30)
Never mind, you probably won't find anyone like Adele, especially anyone who is performing for six days at Madison Square Garden. If you haven't already snagged tickets to the sold out shows, resale prices for the powerhouse's performances are widely available on sites like StubHub. Adele's mini residency at the Garden will be her first time performing here since her one-night-only "Adele in New York City" special at Radio City Music Hall. Madison Square Garden, 4 Pennsylvania Plaza, 8 p.m., stubhub.com(Credit: Getty Images / Joern Pollex)
Live at the Archway (through Sept. 29)
Are free concerts some of your favorite things? Every Thursday, you can find performances of wide-ranging genres, including world music, jazz and indie styles, as well as dance performances. The Archway Under the Manhattan Bridge, 50 Adams St., Brooklyn, 6 p.m., free, dumbo.is (Credit: Tory Williams)
New York Comic Con (Oct. 6-9)
It's not just comics anymore; this pop culture phenomenon will feature nearly 170 sessions in movies, music, TV and more across four days. Javits Center, 655 W. 34th St., newyorkcomiccon.com(Credit: Getty Images / Daniel Zuchnik)
The New Yorker Festival (Oct. 7-9)
A truly broad cultural affair, the annual festival brings together the folks in film, fiction, politics, comedy, science, fashion, food and more, with headliners including Louis C.K., Zadie Smith and Sarah Silverman. Oct. 7-9, tickets go on sale Sept. 9, festival.newyorker.com (Credit: Getty Images / Craig Barritt )
Dreamland Roller Disco (through Oct. 14)
With musical themes like 90s pop, 80s hip-hop, "Saturday Night Fever" and more, you can spend your Fridays dancing the night away on roller skates. Prizes are given away for the best costumes, so be sure to dress to impress. Lakeside Prospect Park, 171 East Dr., Brooklyn, 7:30 to 10 p.m., $18 for general admission, $25 for general plus a drink ticket, $350 for VIP picnic table, lakesidebrooklyn.com/dreamland (Credit: Lakeside Brooklyn)
New York City Wine & Food Festival (Oct. 13-16)
Rub shoulders with some of the biggest names in the culinary world, including plenty of Food Network and Cooking Channel personalities, at more than 100 events during the annual foodie fest, which this year expands its reach to Brooklyn. nycwff.org (Credit: Getty Images / Cindy Ord )
Kelli O’Hara in concert (Oct. 29)
The celebrated soprano, most recently seen on Broadway in "The King and I," marks her first solo Carnegie Hall performance. Carnegie Hall, 881 7th Ave., 8 p.m., $15-$96; 212-247-7800, carnegiehall.org(Credit: Getty Images / Dimitrios Kambouris)
Coney Art Walls (through Oct. 31)
The Coney Island boardwalk becomes an outdoor street art museum with murals from new and returning artists Crash, Daze, Lady Pink, Stephen Powers and Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, plus three murals to be painted by children and adults in the community. Pictured: A mural by Craze. 3050 Stillwell Ave., Brooklyn, coneyartwalls.com .
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agnès b. pop-up (Sept. 14-Dec. 19)
French fashion designer agnès b. is taking over Wythe Hotel's pop-up space, The Shop, for the fall residency, bringing her vibrant designs and her collaboration with Electra Eggleston to Brooklyn. Peruse the shop and check out the agnès b. curated art wall installation, featuring designs from Pablo Jomaron. The Shop at Wythe Hotel, 80 Wythe Ave., Brooklyn, wythehotel.com(Credit: Electra Eggleston for agnès b.)
"Super Chefs" fundraiser (Nov. 3)
Lilia's Missy Robbins, "Iron Chef's" Jehangir Mehta, Balthazar's Shane McBride and Make My Cake's Aliyyah Baylor are just some of the "super chefs" coming together for Change for Kids' annual fundraiser, which supports the education nonprofit's work putting students at NYC schools in low-income areas on a path to college and career success. The affair will feature gourmet tastings from the chefs, while a VIP cocktail hour will include more bites from "Chopped" chef Marc Murphy, owner of Landmarc and Ditch Plains. Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers, Pier 61, 7:30-10:30 p.m. (VIP cocktail hour 6:30-7:30 p.m.), tickets starting at $275, changeforkids .org (Credit: Getty Images for SBWFF / Dylan Rives)
Alexander Hamilton: Striver, Statesman, Scoundrel (through Dec. 31)
Can't get enough of Hamilton? Check out the New York Public Library's exhibition to learn more about the "ten-dollar founding father without a father." See Alexander Hamilton's draft of President George Washington's farewell address, Aug. 10, 1796, and more of the NYPL's holdings to catch a glimpse into Hamilton's history. New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, 476 Fifth Ave., nypl.org (Credit: Library of Congress)