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NYC Broadway Week

NYC Broadway Week

  NYC & COMPANY ANNOUNCES NYC BROADWAY WEEKSM PROMOTION —Enjoy 2-for-1 Tickets for More Than 20 Broadway Shows with Performances September 3 Through September 16— NYC & Company, New York City’s official destination marketing organization, announced NYC Broadway Week tickets are on sale to the public. The popular […]

New York City on the Must-Visit list for 2019 with many new Large-Scale Developments, Hotel and Attractions Openings

New York City on the Must-Visit list for 2019 with many new Large-Scale Developments, Hotel and Attractions Openings

NYC & COMPANY PRESENTS “2019: A MONUMENTAL YEAR”  —New Large-Scale Developments, Hotel and Venue Openings, Attractions, Dining, Retail and Culture Set to Drive Visitation to NYC in 2019—  —NYC & Company Unveils New Pride Initiative, “Pride. Uncontained.” to Spotlight 2019 in Lead-up to Next Year’s […]

Best July Events in New York City

Best July Events in New York City

Best July Events in New York City


NEW YORK, NY- JULY 04: People watch the Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest at Nathan’s Famous in Coney Island on July 4, 2013 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Chestnut, of San Jose, California, ate 69 hotdogs in ten minutes to win his seventh straight title. (Photo by Monika Graff/Getty Images)

June 19th, 2018 – July is synonymous with our nation’s independence, which NYC celebrates with the world-famous Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks blasting off from barges in the East River to the sounds of a patriotic score. Earlier in the day, the legendary Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest takes place in Coney Island. Film series abound this month, including Outdoor Cinema at Socrates Sculpture Park, Hudson RiverFlicks, Movies With a View in Brooklyn Bridge Park and the Asian American International Film Festival. On the music front, there’s the Mostly Mozart Festival, Panorama and the 92Y’s Jazz in July Festival. For details on these and other happenings, read on.

Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks
July 4, 2018
It wouldn’t be the Fourth of July in New York City without the annual Macy’s fireworks show, which made its debut in 1976 to commemorate the nation’s bicentennial. Thousands of shells will launch along the East River in Midtown, synchronized to a patriotic score from the West Point Band and Glee Club. Expect fireworks set to start at approximately 9:25pm.

Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest
July 4, 2018
With a combination of steely grit, limber lips and highly expandable stomachs, competitors in the annual Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest devour wieners galore to the delight of throngs of screaming fans. A select group of skilled eaters convene at high noon, eating Nathan’s dogs (and buns) for 10 minutes straight, stopping for nothing—not ketchup, not mustard, not even a french fry.

Obsession: Nudes by Klimt, Schiele, and Picasso from the Scofield Thayer Collection
July 3— Oct 7
Nudes with attitude are the subjects of this exhibit drawn from The Met’s Scofield Thayer Collection. On tap are erotic drawings and prints by Gustave Klimt, Egon Schiele and Pablo Picasso. This is the first time these holdings have been shown together.

Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival
July 9— July 14
The 14th annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival brings more to the table than just music—last year’s weeklong series included conversations with prominent hip-hop personalities like Rakim, a film festival and a “Juice Hip-Hop” exhibition. Last year also brought headliners DMX and The Lox, along with performances from DJ Rob Swift, EarthGang, Mister Cee and Oshun. Visit the website for updates on this year’s lineup.

Movies with a View
July 12— Aug 30
A gently sloping hillside provides the perfect setting for outdoor movies in Brooklyn Bridge Park, easily the borough’s most dramatic green space. The views of Lower Manhattan’s famed skyline often compete for viewers’ attention with a lineup featuring recent (Wonder Woman) and classic (Desperately Seeking Susan) films.

2018 Qatar Airways New York City E-Prix
July 14— July 15
You can see it; it’s electric! Formula E, the open-wheel formula auto-racing series that uses only electric cars, returns to Brooklyn. It’s a showcase for how powerful the technology has become—the vehicles reach 150 miles per hour and go from 0 to 60 in 3 seconds. Come check it out at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal in Red Hook. There will also be an “eVillage” where fans can check out race simulators, see electric vehicles up close and meet drivers. For more information about the Brooklyn race, including the event schedule, visit

Shakespeare in the Park
July 17— Aug 19
Shakespeare in the Park is a consummate New York City institution that has drawn more than 5 million people since it was first staged in Central Park’s Delacorte Theater in 1962. Each summer the Public Theater presents two shows, with free tickets distributed in the park and other locations around the City. This year, things turn lighter with a musical adaptation of the fanciful Twelfth Night, directed by the Public Theater’s artistic director Oskar Eustis and Kwame Kwei-Armah, who also conceived this new adaptation as part of the theater’s Public Works project. It runs from July 17 to August 19.

NYC Poetry Festival
July 28— July 29
For the last eight years, a number of the city’s poetry-reading series and their affiliated collectives have taken over Governors Island for a day, creating a stage for the many voices of NYC, both celebrated and underground. This year, the crew of the Poetry Society of New York does it again, presenting readings from more than 200 poets and 50 organizations.

Lincoln Center Out of Doors
July 24— Aug 12
Artists from around the world perform at music, dance and spoken-word events—including world, US and New York City premieres—and it’s all free. Expect talent like the Dance Theatre of Harlem, an NPR celebration of female songwriters, Peter Wolf of the J. Geils Band and several family day celebrations taking place on July 28.

Harlem Week
July 29— Aug 25
What began in 1974 as a one-day tribute to Harlem has evolved over four decades into a monthlong celebration of the community’s rich economic, political and cultural history. Things kick off on July 29 with “A Great Day in Harlem” and reach a fever pitch during the bursting-at-the-seams weekend of events held under the banner of “Summer in the City” and “Harlem Day,” including an auto show, children’s festival, small-business expo, fashion show, educational fair, outdoor film screening and a dancing-in-the-street party. And on the final day of this celebration (August 25), there’s the Percy Sutton 5K Run.

Warm Up at MoMA PS1
June 30— Sep 1
MoMA PS1’s annual concert series, Warm Up, features an array of live and electronic music performances spanning 10 weeks this summer. The series, now in its 21st year, unfailingly features innovative and emerging artists; past seasons have included performances from Solange, Grimes and DJ Derrick May. MoMA PS1 integrates Warm Up with its gallery experience by inviting audience members to view exhibits and staging the series itself within an architectural installation of photoluminescent textiles.

Summer at Lincoln Center
June 26— Aug 12
Throughout the summer, Lincoln Center presents a number of annually recurring programs, each with a bit of a different theme. First up is the family-friendly Midsummer Night Swing, which allows you to take dance lessons and then try out your moves to live music under the stars. Out of Doors includes music, dance, spoken-word events, family shows and specially commissioned works—all for free. And, finally, Mostly Mozart showcases works of its famous namesake composer through opera, dance, symphonic and contemporary music performances.

HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival
June 25— Aug 20
This HBO-sponsored series has been screening movies in Bryant Park for more than two decades. It’s one of the most popular summer movie series in the City, so arrive early to claim a spot on the lawn. It opens at 5pm on Mondays. And be prepared to get up and shimmy for the traditional preshow “HBO dance.”

Celebrate Brooklyn!
June 19— Aug 11
A favorite among Brooklyn’s summertime concert series, Celebrate Brooklyn! is set at the Prospect Park Bandshell; tons of seating and tree-shaded areas make the venue a lovely spot for a picnic, a plastic cup of wine and a free show.





Christie’s Interiors: New York Visions

Christie’s Interiors: New York Visions

INTERIORS: NEW YORK VISIONS The Estate of Kenneth Jay Lane, The Collection of Arnold Scaasi and Parker Ladd, and Robert Couturier: Elements of Style JUNE 6, 2018 | NEW YORK Christie’s announces the spring sale Interiors: New York Visions taking place on June 6, 2018 […]



GLOBAL STYLE INFLUENCER, CAMILA COELHO, WEARS CUSTOM RALPH & RUSSO TO THE 71st ANNUAL CANNES FILM FESTIVAL OPENING CEREMONY Having closed the Ralph & Russo Spring/Summer 2018 couture show as the bride in January, global Style Influencer, Camila Coelho, now wears custom Ralph & Russo couture […]

Madame Tussauds Brings Bollywood to Life in Times Square

Madame Tussauds Brings Bollywood to Life in Times Square

Madame Tussauds New York will bring Bollywood to life in Times Square with an all new limited-time-only Bollywood Experience launching Tuesday April 10th.

Visitors will come face-to-face with figures of some of India’s most iconic stars including Shah Rukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai, Amitabh Bachchan, Kareena Kapoor, Hrithik Roshan, Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif andMadhuri Dixit. Celebrating all things Bollywood, vibrant art installations, projections and music will bring the experience to life. Special Bhangra Beat DJs will also get the weekends started, entertaining crowds on Friday evenings.

For one day only, to launch the festivities, Madame Tussauds is taking over the streets of New York on Tuesday April 10, staging pop-up Bollywood dance performances on top of Big Buses at iconic locations around Times Square. This once-in-a-lifetime Indian experience is here for a limited time so celebrate with Madame Tussauds, April 10th – May 31st!

WHAT:                  Madame Tussauds New York Launches New Bollywood Experience

Photo & Video opportunities inside the experience and Bollywood dancers in iconic Times Square locations


WHO:    1:1 interviews available with Madame Tussauds New York Representatives

Wax figures of renowned stars Salman KhanShah Rukh KhanKatrina KaifMadhuri DixitAshwarya RaiAmitabh BachchanKareena Kappor and Hrithik Roshan.


WHEN:Tuesday, April 10, 2018

11:00am – Event Begins

WHERE:                Madame Tussauds New York

234 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036 (between 7th and 8th Avenues)

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Colored diamonds highlight this April’s Magnificent Jewels auction in New York

Colored diamonds highlight this April’s Magnificent Jewels auction in New York

  MAGNIFICENT JEWELS LIVE AUCTION: TUESDAY, APRIL 17th, 2018 ONLINE AUCTION: TUESDAY, APRIL 10th – THURSDAY, APRIL 19th, 2018  Christie’s New York announces the April 17 auction of Magnificent Jewels. The sale will offer a selection of more than 200 lots, with estimates ranging from $4,000 […]

Spring in the city

Spring in the city

  Best Spring Events in New York City March 6, 2018 – Spring means the return of flowers, with cherry blossom viewing at Brooklyn Botanic Garden and the vibrant flora of the Macy’s Flower Show; other familiar arrivals include the Tribeca Film Festival, now in its […]

Enjoy 2 for 1 New York City Experiences during this Winter

Enjoy 2 for 1 New York City Experiences during this Winter


The Met Fifth Ave, New York, NYPHOTO CREDIT: Kate Glicksberg

—Receive 2-for-1Admission to More Than 60Attractions, Museums, Tours and Performing Arts January 29–February 11
Jan 23, 2018 —known as NYC Attractions WeekSM in 2017) will offer two-for-one admission to attractions, museums, tours, and performing arts venues across all five boroughs with tickets offered from January 29 through February 11, 2018. Experiences to be enjoyed among the 62 unique participants include iconic NYC attractions, skyline views, historic sites, world-class institutions and more. To view a full list of participants and to purchase tickets, visit
“NYC Must-See Week gives locals and visitors a unique opportunity to check off experiences from their bucket list and sample more of everything the City has to offer,” said Fred Dixon, president and CEO of NYC & Company. “From iconic attractions to lesser-known gems, the 2-for-1 offer gives everyone a chance to discover more across the five boroughs at a value.” 
During NYC Must-See Week, there are options for everyone. For those seeking…

·         recently opened Times Square attractions, head to Midtown Manhattan to exploreGulliver’s Gate, National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odysseyor theNFL Experience Times Square.

·         observation deck views, book the Empire State Building Experienceor visit One World Observatory.

·         waterfront explorations,hop aboard withBateaux New York,Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises or Hornblower Cruises & Events, among others.

·         cultural institutions along Museum Mile, visit the Museum of the City of New York; the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum;orthe Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

·         world-class museums not found on Fifth Avenue,visit the Brooklyn Museum, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) orthe Whitney Museum of American Art,among others.

·         cultural heritage museums, visit theMuseum of Chinese in America, Museum at Eldridge Street or theMuseum of Jewish Heritage.

·         family-friendly activities, enjoy theBronx Zoo,The Ride orSugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling,among others.

·         historical sites, enjoyFraunces Tavern Museum, Morris Jumel Mansion,Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden or head out on an educational historic walk withLower Manhattan Tours.

·         food tours, dine with Like a Local Tours or UrbanOyster Tours.

·         behind-the-scene tours, discover Carnegie Hall Tours,Madison Square Garden All Access Tour orYankee Stadium Tours, among others.

·         pop culture tours, head out with On Location Tours,The Tour at NBC Studios or see your favorite celebrities at Madame Tussauds New York.

·         music and performing arts,enjoy the Baruch Performing Arts Center, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Harlem School of the Arts or the World Music Institute. 

·         And much more…

NYC Must-See Week will be promoted through exclusive content on; @nycgo on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #NYCMustSeeWeek; through out-of-home advertising on NYC bus shelters, LinkNYC screens, Parabit Airport Kiosks, and PATH trains and stations; and through various media partnerships.
Furthermore, New Yorkers and visitors are encouraged to seek out the ultimate-value week this winter, January 29 through February 4, when three of NYC & Company’s signature programs align: NYC Must-See Week, NYC Restaurant Week® and NYC Broadway WeekSM. Additionally, snag NYC Off-Broadway WeekSM 2-for-1 tickets during this time after they go on sale January 29 for performances from February 12 to February 25. Hotel savings are also available as the winter season offers the most attractive hotel rates of the year, particularly on the evening of Super Bowl Sunday (February 4).For all there is to do in NYC this winter, visit 
NYC Restaurant Week Kicks Off with more than 375 Restaurants

NYC Restaurant Week Kicks Off with more than 375 Restaurants

  NYC RESTAURANT WEEK® KICKS OFF AT MORE THAN 375 RESTAURANTS THROUGH FEBRUARY 9   NYC & Company, the City’s official destination marketing organization, today announced that NYC Restaurant Week winter 2018 is now underway at more than 375 restaurants across all five boroughs through February 9, 2018. […]

NYC Restaurant Week

NYC Restaurant Week

   NYC Restaurant Week “New York City is a world-class culinary destination and our NYC Restaurant Week program, which celebrated its 25th anniversary this past summer, exemplifies this ranking and welcomes all to come and experience it first-hand,” said Fred Dixon, president and CEO of […]

Ring in the New Year in Times Square for the Iconic Ball Drop and Additional Celebrations

Ring in the New Year in Times Square for the Iconic Ball Drop and Additional Celebrations


—Approximately One Million Expected to Gather in Times Square for Iconic Ball Drop with Additional Celebrations Taking Place Across All Five Boroughs Plus Activities for New Year’s Day 2018—

NYC & Company, the official destination marketing organization for New York City, toasts all visitors who intend to gather in Times Square for its iconic ball drop and highlights celebrations of interest across the boroughs for New Year’s Eve. Upon the joyous occasion of the holidays, the City’s celebrations remain timeless.

“Every New Year’s Eve, millions of visitors come to New York City to experience the unique vibrancy and excitement of our five-borough destination,” said Fred Dixon, NYC & Company’s president and CEO.“We invite travelers to explore Times Square during its biggest spotlight moment and to take advantage of the many other events happening throughout the City’s neighborhoods.”

Highlighted below are highly anticipated celebrations in Times Square and beyond where locals and travelers will raise glasses, toast the past and usher in the new year from borough to shining borough.

Times Square:

Seven-foot-tall numbers “1” and “8” in 2-0-1-8 are now in Times Square for public photo opportunities through this Friday, December 22. Information available here.

On December 28 from noon to 1pm, locals and visitors will gather in the Broadway Plaza on Times Square for Good Riddance Day, as bad memories from 2017 are torn apart to make room for the new year, with help from Shred-It.

In the lead up to the big night, through December 29, visitors can visit the Wishing Wall to note their hopes, dreams and goals for 2018 on the confetti that will be released at midnight to float over Midtown and the approximately one million visitors who congregate in Times Square for the ball drop.

The11,875-pound ball, covered with 2,688 Waterford Crystal triangles, is capable of a palette of more than 16 million kaleidoscopic colors and is mounted atop One Times Square. As it descends at the countdown, a host of nearby venues will serve up new years’ cheer with a view, available here.

Worldwide viewers (estimated at over one billion) will join the revelry by tuning into Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest in Times Square, which will be hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Jenny McCarthy with performances by Camila Cabello, Nick Jonas and Sugarland planned.

The Times Square New Year’s Eve Live celebration will formally open with a performance by the Tongliang Athletics Dragon Dance thanks to a partnership with Chongqing, China. Multi-Platinum Pop Singer and Songwriter Andy Grammer will headline the musical lineup. Country music singer-songwriter Lauren Alaina will perform a selection of her number one hits and dance crew Kinjaz will also present numbers.

Viewers around the world can also visit, and to watch the annual event.

From east to west, Midtown hotels will ring in 2018 with grand revelry and guests in lavish attire. High above the lights of Fifth Avenue, The Peninsula New York’s Salon de Ning will be transformed into a chic sky-lit penthouse with the East Terrace enclosed and heated, a performance by UK rock and pop cover band The Chip Shop Boys plus ball drop projection at midnight.

Right in the heart of Times Square, the New York Marriott Marquis will host a five-course dinner, unlimited premium open bar and entertainment at
The View Restaurant & Lounge, with 360-degree views revolving completely every hour overlooking Times Square.

One block to the west, The Sanctuary Hotel New York’s Haven Rooftop will offer group packages for its heated and tented New Year’s Eve party. Guests will enjoy a DJ from 8pm to 2am, a prix-fixe dinner and top shelf open bar.

An NYC & Company guide to New Year’s Eve in Times Square is here.

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