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December 2016

New Year’s Eve

December 31, 2016

For more than 100 years, the ball drop in Times Square has signalled the dawn of a new year for Americans. As the world watches, be a part of the biggest New Year’s Eve celebration on the planet. More than one million people flock to the center of Manhattan to dance the night away while watching performances by the world’s most iconic stars. Bask in the hurricane as the square is showered with one ton of confetti as the ball…

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January 2017

Under the Radar Festival

January 4 - January 15

A landmark of New York’s theater season, Under the Radar Festival is an innovative platform for unique and diverse stage performances. Demonstrating state-of-the-art aesthetic techniques and bold social messages, the festival is one of the best places to see the brightest up-and-coming talent in theater. Hosted at The Public Theater, a beautiful Noho playhouse, the festival’s central location is easy to get to from anywhere in the city. Stay tuned for ticket information, which will soon be available here. Book…

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The Barber of Seville

January 9 - February 11

This widely popular rendition of Rossini’s classic comic opera Il Barbiere di Siviglia returns to the Met this year for a month-long run. Set just before the French Revolution the performance’s plot deals with employer-employee tensions—a theme still relevant in present day. Sung in Italian, with English titles, the show has two acts and one intermission for a total run time of about three hours. First premiered in Rome in 1816, the show’s wit and melodic intrigue have withstood the…

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NYC Restaurant Week

January 12 - January 22

NYC Restaurant Week is every foodie’s favorite time to be a New Yorker. Hundreds of the city’s best restaurants slash menu prices by offering prixe fixe menus. The event draws thousands of food lovers to places and dishes they’ve never been able to try. Prices per meal are set at $29 for lunch and $42 for dinner no matter the establishment. All participating restaurants are subject to stringent quality control measures, so you know you’re in for a good meal…

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January 27 - January 29

BroadwayCon is the theatre-lover’s answer to wildly popular ComicCon. Three days of performances, panels, workshops, singalongs and Q&As with stars of some of Broadway’s biggest hits like Hamilton and The Color Purple—this is a dream come true for fans of the stage. Dress up as your favorite character (Phantom of the Opera, anyone?) and mingle with the best in the business. Tickets retail at $95 per day or $250 for the full weekend. Grab them soon before this Broadway bonanza…

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New York Times Travel Show

January 27 - January 29

If you’re passionate about travel and seeing the world, then you’ll want to check out NYC’s annual travel extravaganza, the New York Times Travel Show. Nearly 30,000 people will find their way to the Javits Center in late January to hear from travel industry experts, view global travel exhibits and experience cultural presentations. Attendees will have access to a wealth of travelers and experts ready to help them make the most of future journeys. The best part? Tickets are only…

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Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival

January 28

What could possibly be better than beer, bourbon and barbecue? Get ready for a taste of the south in the Big Apple at the 8th annual Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Festival. This is just about the only place north of the Mason-Dixon line where you can take down a plate of biscuits and gravy with a side of freshly smoked bacon over bluegrass tunes. Full pig roasts, beer games and endless tasting opportunities highlight this rowdy festival. Half of the…

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February 2017

New York Women’s Fashion Week

February 9 - February 17

The winter edition of New York Women’s Fashion Week will showcase the collections set to line the shelves of your favorite stores in Fall and Winter 2017. Uniting manufacturers, buyers, media and the masses for a week of elaborate shows, displays and events, New York Fashion Week is an unparalleled chance to rub shoulders with the industry’s heavy hitters. A red carpet mood takes over the West Side of New York City, with shows from Soho to the Meatpacking District…

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Venetian Valentine Commedia Masked Ball

February 11

Brought to you as part of Carnegie Hall’s citywide music and arts festival, comes the Venetian Valentine Commedia Masked Ball. Brooklyn’s ornate Grand Prospect Hall will be transformed into a “temple of music and amusement”—channeling the captivating atmosphere of the Carnival of Venice for a one-night extravaganza. Put on your masquerade mask and live out your wildest Valentine’s Day fantasies with live music, Baroque dance, opera, burlesque and circus. TIckets for the show are only $60 if you purchase before…

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MoMA Valentine Tour

February 13 - February 15

If you’re looking for an original and romantic way to surprise your date on Valentine’s Day, then the Museum of Modern Art’s Valentine Tour is calling your name. Step into the museum after hours, where you’ll be greeted with wine and hors d’oeuvres by candlelight. With the museum to yourselves, a knowledgeable art historian will guide you on a private tour where you’ll learn about works by legendary artists like Vincent Van Gogh, Henri Matisse and Salvador Dalí. Tickets are…

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