The ElectricZoo Festival
Aug. 29-31, 1 p.m.
Randall’s Island Park
The electronic music celebration returns for afifth year, with 150,000 attendees expected. David Guetta, A-Trak, Knife Partyand Dash Berlin are just some of the 125 acts performingrain or shine.
Aug. 30-31, Noon
136 Metropolitan Ave., Williamsburg
Wayne and Garth made their way from SNL to the big screen back in ’92, and now they’re coming to brunch. See Mike Myers and Dana Carvey as the two metalhead slackers while scarfing down eggs Benedict and mimosas. Party time! Excellent!
Don’t know how to dance? You’ve found your people. Three 20-30 minute rounds of silly dances culminate in a final danceoff with bar tabs at stake.
Munch Around the Village Scavenger Hunt
Aug. 31, 1 p.m.
Do you like hunting for food, just not the kind with weapons? There’s no survival experience necessary to explore Greenwich Village while tracking down some of the best pizza, kebabs, cheese, cannolis, gelato and peanut butter in the city, sprinkled with stops at classic filming locations.
Aug. 31, 5 p.m.
793 Washington Ave., Crown Heights
On the eve of the West Indian Parade is the J’ouvert festival, celebrating the Caribbean emancipation from slavery. Dancing, singing, music and body art are part of the tradition — not to mention the food and drink. Your ticket to Tooker Alley scores you a plate of amazing Caribbean food and one of four specialty cocktails.