The NYC event will take place at noon on Saturday, July 18th at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza in Midtown East (near 47nd St and Second Ave) and will include four hours of live naked body painting, a big naked march from the plaza to the United Nations building, a naked photo shoot of the models that anyone can join in on, oh, and a freaking naked double decker bus ride around the city with naked people waving from it. That's a whole lot of nakedness.
Golub said he doesn't expect any issues with police or anything to do with the legality of the event, and he's even been granted a permit from the Parks Department for the event like he was last year.
"Being able to do this event here makes NYC one of the most amazing cities and I think you can really make a case that New York is the coolest city in the country because there’s almost no other place that would allow this -- full nudity, mass numbers, male and female, in a public street," Golub said. "It really speaks to the value that NYC sees for creative public expression." That, and nudity.