Park Avenue Day 2024 Details

Thank you for your interest in participating in Park Avenue Day 2024, taking place on Saturday, May 18th, between 10am to 5pm. We’re expecting 50,000+ attendees with over 100+ different vendors including art, fashion, food, shopping, and more!

Please see details below for more information about the experience.

This year we will debut the latest sculptures on Park Avenue by Bruno Catalano. This will be Bruno’s first major public art installation in the U.S., and Bruno himself will be conducting tours and experiences throughout the entire day. Additionally, there will be dance performances on Park Avenue to celebrate the opening. This will be highlight of this year’s Park Avenue Day experience.

Secure your Spot!

Spots are available for free for Murray Hill Neighborhood Association business members.

Upon registering (you can register here), you will be given a 10′ x 10′ spot on Park Avenue, anywhere between 34th and 40th Streets. The West side of Park Avenue (all 3 lanes) will be void of vehicles and only accessible by pedestrians (there will still be vehicular traffic through the cross streets). The placement of your spot will be determined on the day before the event to maximize the experience for everyone. Additionally, you may rent a 10′ x 10′ tent, 6′ table, and 2 chairs from us for an additional fee. This will be fully set-up for you in the morning and also taken down at the end of the day. We are not offering anything other than the spot, if you require electricity, you may bring your own generator.

See below what the tent, table, and chairs set-up looks like.

Additionally, trustees of the Murray Hill Neighborhood Association will be participating including members of our committees including Membership, Preservation & Design, and more.

Primary NYC Regulations

1-  Businesses selling/ distributing food or beverage must have a food service establishment permit

2-  Individuals selling products- should obtain a Temporary Street fair vending permit

3-  Organizations promoting their business are not required to have event specific licenses or permits

4-  Anyone cooking should or using a generator must have a “tagged” NYC fire extinguisher

5– NYC does not permit the sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages at SAPO permitted events, unless said distribution is done by a existing businesses directly in front of their establishment

All food and beverage vendors must provide a COI (Certificate of Insurance) naming Clearview Festival Productions, Inc (630 Ninth Avenue, Suite 417 NY, NY 10036) and The Murray Hill Committee Inc. (P.O. Box 1897 New York, NY 10156) as additional
insured.  Based on your existing insurance there should be no extra fee.

Diane Bartow (, President of Murray Hill Neighborhood Association) can assist with any questions you may have.


You may drive your vehicle to load in starting at 7am but all cars must be removed by 10am. You may also load your car back in starting at 5pm when the festival is over. Your belongings must be removed by 6pm at the latest.

39th to 40th Streets may be vacant for parking, first-come, first-serve.

Street Closures

In connection with the Turkish Day Parade, Madison Avenue will be closed from 38th St to 24th St most of the day. 38th Street will be used for parade formation from 5th Ave to Park Ave.

All other side streets along the route will be closed once the parade steps off around noon.

Hopefully this won’t be a major inconvenience for those who need access to Park Ave for the festival.

Silent Auction

You may also contribute item(s) to our silent auction. This is a great way to contribute to the Murray Hill Neighborhood Association while also driving new customers to your business.

You can find here the form to donate items.


We work with local press, influencers and media to help market the experience. We also encourage you to market the event to your audiences which will help boost the marketability of the event for everyone. Here’s a press release from last year’s experience.

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