Datebook: Everything We’re Looking Forward to in June

Circle these dates in pink and fill up your summer calendar with Domino-approved happenings.

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June 1:

Get extra glow-y with the new NARS collection of liquid blushes.

June 2:

Next-level picnicware, pool-party essentials, and more colorful must-haves (hello, neon-bright beach towel) await at Domino’s pop-up shop (in the photo above) in City Point, Brooklyn, open for three weekends this month.

June 3:

Head to Amsterdam to catch William Eggleston’s exhibit before it ends on June 7. It features his portfolio of photographs taken on road trips through the southern states of America between 1966 and 1974.

June 3-4:

Get ready to enjoy the best the Gulf Coast has to offer at the annual New Orleans Oyster Festival.

June 4:

The Manhattan location might be temporary closed for renos, but Eleven Madison Park is popping up in East Hampton in the form of EMP Summer House—grab a picnic table early and make your reservations now.

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Photography by CODY GUILFOYLE | Styled by Meghan McNeer

June 6:

Get a healthy dose of girl power and catch the highly anticipated Wonder Woman movie (out June 2), which has critics fawning.

June 8:

Happy 150th birthday, Frank Lloyd Wright! Celebrate with special exhibits at the Museum of Modern Art and his eponymous foundation in Chicago.

June 8-10:

Don your best fancy hat and place your bets at the Belmont Stakes.

June 10:

We never need an excuse to drink rosé, but today is National Rosé Day, so drink up, with tips from an expert.

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Photography by MADEWELL

June 13:

Sport one of the Madewell x Surfrider collab pieces, out today, including sunnies (above), tees, and straw totes—and support beach preservation with your purchase.

June 13:

Explore Paul Cezanne’s portraiture in a new exhibition opening today at Musee d’Orsay in Paris.

June 15-18:

Join the international art fair world as it descends on Switzerland for Art Basel.

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June 16:

Blast Lorde’s sophomore album, Melodrama, which is out today.

June 17:

It’s Open Garden Squares Weekend in London—the one weekend each year when more than 200 private London gardens open to the public.

June 17-27:

Any excuse to book a ticket to Bermuda is a good one, but this year, the islands will play host to the 35th America’s Cup.

June 19:

Go on an audio-visual journey chronicling the music, design, and staging of the Pink Floyd, from their debut in the 1960’s through to the present day in “Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains,” the first international retrospective of their work, on view through October 1 at the Victoria & Albert Museum.

June 21:

(Officially) welcome summer with the solstice courtyard bash hosted by the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles.

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June 21-25:

Looking for an excuse to rock your flower crown? Head to the Glastonbury Festival, England’s answer to Coachella (it’s been going since 1971). Headliners include Radiohead, Ed Sheeran and Foo Fighters—something for everyone.

June 23:

Bob Dylan’s still got it. See the 76-year-old crooner & his band in concert at Hutton Brickyards in Kingston, NY.

June 24:

Edvard Munch: Between the Clock and the Bed,” opening today at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, is an emotional showcase of “art, love, mortality, and the ravages of time.”

June 25:

Immerse yourself in Gauguin’s mystical world with a new exhibition featuring 240 of his pieces at the Chicago Art Institute, opening today.

June 27:

To celebrate David Hockney’s 80th birthday, the Getty Center is exhibiting a selection of self-portraits Hockney made in the last 65 years.

Photography by MARY HEILLMAN

June 29:

Make the trek to the Dan Flavin Art Institute in Bridgehampton, New York, to view Mary Heilmann’s color-saturated paintings and ceramics pieces.

June 30:

The Polaroid Project” at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Forth Worth, Texas, opens today highlighting the history of Polaroid’s intersection with art, science, and tech. Works by Robert Mapplethorpe, William Legman, Barbara Kasten, and more will be displayed through September 3.

Events curated by Jessica Dailey, Louise Denny, Ally Lewis, and Alex Redgrave. Stay tuned for our July and August recs!

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