Tonight, we went to the Great Lawn in Central Park for the annual New York Philharmonic performance in the park. It’s an event that is highly anticipated every year to the point that people will stake out their spot at 6am the day of just to make sure that they have a good view. By the time 6pm hits two hours before the show, the entire lawn is entirely filled with people and their blankets from end to end. New Yorkers will wait endlessly for anything that is free. I guess I can’t blame them since this city is so expensive, but at times, it just gets to be too desperate.