Don't have any weekend plans?

From concerts to festivals to relaxing in the city, we've got you covered.

Here are our picks for things to do in NYC this weekend.

'Women x Women' art fair (May 19 to June 2)

Head to the Lower East Side for an
Head to the Lower East Side for an exhibit celebrating all things women. Works from 11 female artists will be displayed in windows and walls of local businesses near the Hester Street Fair. Participating artists include Shawna X, Malin Gabriella Nordin and Miranda July, who use the portrayal of women in art and by men as inspiration for their pieces. There will be guided tours that begin in front of Tictail Market, at 90 Orchard St., 1 to 4 p.m., free, tictail.com (Credit: Raleigh Norris)

Dance Parade & Festival (May 20)

Watch dancers of all cultures boogie down at
Watch dancers of all cultures boogie down at this annual parade and pick up a lesson on the art form yourself. The procession will start at 21st Street and Broadway in Manhattan and ends at Tompkins Square Park with a DanceFest event. The grand marshals this year are capoeira master Mestre Joao Grande, Broadway performer Maurice Hines, DJ Frankie Bones and City Council Member Rosie Mendez. 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., free, danceparade.org (Credit: John Dillworth)

The Growlers (May 20)

Catch the indie Southern California band The Growlers
Catch the indie Southern California band The Growlers at Terminal 5. They're currently on tour for their latest album, "City Club." Jam out to the band's top tracks, like "I'll Be Around" and "Going Gets Tough." 610 W. 56th St., Manhattan, 8 p.m., $27.50, axs.com (Credit: Getty Images / Jason Merritt)

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Brooklyn Flea Record Fair (May 20)

Head to East River State Park for Brooklyn
Head to East River State Park for Brooklyn Flea's annual record fair. Peruse tents on tents of vinyls from dozens of vendors, including Academy Records and Razor-N-Tape. 90 Kent Ave., Williamsburg, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., free, facebook.com/events (Credit: Brooklyn Flea)

Five Points Festival (May 20 to 21)

Big names in the designer toy and comic
Big names in the designer toy and comic book spheres will converge at Pier 26 for the Five Points Festival, exhibiting their works. Be sure to check out Tara McPherson's poster art, a "Batman" signing with Greg Capullo and Scott Snyder, and the creator of Dust Bunnies (pictured), Amanda Louise Spayd. 299 South St., Manhattan, $25 to $125, fivepointsfest.com (Credit: Amanda Louise Spayd)

Adoptapalooza (May 21)

Hundreds of adoptable dogs, cats and rabbits will
Hundreds of adoptable dogs, cats and rabbits will fill Union Square Sunday in a joint event by the Petco Foundation and the Mayor's Alliance. All pets have been spayed or neutered. Adoption fees will vary. There will be workshops and giveaways for those who are already pet owners, too. 201 Park Ave. S., Manhattan, noon to 5 p.m., free, facebook.com/events (Credit: Dana Edelson)

Rosé All Day at High Street on Hudson (May 21)

Talk, eat and drink rosé. Wine writer and
Talk, eat and drink rosé. Wine writer and NPR podcast host Katherine Cole will be talking her latest book, Rosé All Day. A ticket to the event comes with food and rosé. 637 Hudson St., West Village, 4 to 6 p.m., $45, hsnyc.ticketbud.com (Credit: iStock)

Drag Brunch: New York (Sundays)

Up your Sunday brunch game at Voss Events'
Up your Sunday brunch game at Voss Events' Drag Brunch. Enjoy an open bar while watching performances from local queens and special guests from "RuPaul's Drag Race" and more. Highline Ballroom, 431 W. 16th St., Manhattan, 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. show times, $39.95 to $69.95, vossevents.com (Credit: Voss Events)

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'CHIHULY' (April 22 to Oct. 29)

Striking sculptures by renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly
Striking sculptures by renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly will dot the 250-acre grounds of the New York Botanical Garden, with installations created especially for the exhibit. Don't miss special after-dark hours to experience the glassworks illuminated. 2900 Southern Blvd., Bronx, $20 to $25, nybg.org (Credit: NYBG)

Jewish Food Tour (Sundays)

The Lower East Side is filled with spots
The Lower East Side is filled with spots hosting classic Jewish cuisine, and this walking tour will lead you through some of the best foodie spots. Enjoy five tastings of Jewish food, including knish, bialy, matzoh ball soup and much more. Every Sunday, 2nd Avenue and Eldridge Street, Manhattan, noon to 2 p.m., $50, besttours.com (Credit: iStock)

'In Transit' (through June 25)

In what's described as Broadway's first a cappella
In what's described as Broadway's first a cappella musical, overlapping stories are told that suggest the rhythm of the New York subway. Kristen Anderson-Lopez, co-author of the songs in "Frozen," is part of the creative team. Circle in the Square Theatre, 235 W. 50th St., Manhattan, $89-$159; 212-239-6200, intransitbroadway.com (Credit: Joan Marcus)

Wafels & Dinges factory tour (Saturdays)

See how those delicious waffles from the Wafels
See how those delicious waffles from the Wafels & Dinges food trucks are made at its Brooklyn factory. The company opens its headquarters on Saturdays for guests to watch the liège dough being made and to enjoy samples of the waffles. Commissary Wafels & Dinges, 254 Butler St., Brooklyn, 10 a.m.- noon, $15, eventbrite.com (Credit: Karen Sterling)

Kings County Distillery Saturday tours

New York's oldest whiskey distillery may be right
New York's oldest whiskey distillery may be right in your backyard. Head to Kings County Distillery on Saturdays to walk through the space, learn how whiskey is made and taste three of the finished products. Tours run approximately 40 minutes. Kings County Distillery, 288 Sands St., Brooklyn, tours run from 1 to 3:45 p.m., $8, eventbrite.com (Credit: Getty Images / Emmanuel Dunand )

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Projects 106: Martine Syms (May 27 to July 16)

The Museum of Modern Art is hosting Martine

The Museum of Modern Art is hosting Martine Sym's first U.S. solo exhibition, which will include a feature-length film, "Incense, Sweaters, and Ice." The film will be accompanied by an immersive installation of photographs and staged objects. 11 W. 53rd St., Manhattan, 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., open until 8 p.m. on Fridays, $25, moma.org

(Credit: Incense, Sweaters, and Ice (film still) 2017. Courtesy the artist and Bridget Donahue, New York.)

'¡CUBA!' (through Aug. 13)

Take a trip to the island of Cuba
Take a trip to the island of Cuba by heading to the island of Manhattan. This exhibition, developed in collaboration with the Cuban National Museum of Natural History, explores Cuba's history, people, culture, animals and environments. You'll see re-created wetlands and caves, learn about remote forests, and visit live lizards, boas and frogs. The American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th Street, Manhattan, $22; 212-769-5100, amnh.org (Credit: Charles Eckert)

'Dear Evan Hansen' (through July 2)

Ben Platt, pictured, stars as a troubled teen
Ben Platt, pictured, stars as a troubled teen who, by fluke, becomes famous on the internet in this musical, a transfer from an Off-Broadway hit at Second Stage Theatre. The Music Box Theatre, 239 W. 45th St., Manhattan, $79-$175; 212-239-6200, dearevanhansen.com (Credit: Matthew Murphy)