Celebrate a decades-old tradition by attending the annual Winter Antiques Show at the Park Avenue Armory. Dozens of collectors, dealers and casual fans attend this show to view priceless antiques up close.
This legendary civil rights activist will be celebrated with a number of events held across the city. An annual parade is always held downtown. However, other locations will hold panel discussions, film screenings and more.
Don’t miss the chance to see some of the world’s best jazz musicians perform in this annual event, which has been voted the #1 jazz festival in North America. This year’s event features performances by Alicia Hall Moran, Brandon Ross and more.
Head to NYC’s NYC’s Javits Center to enjoy one of the biggest boat shows in the country. Current and aspiring boat owners can hear about the latest boats and boating products while attending workshops and demonstrations.
NYC celebrates Three Kings Day with a massive parade in East Harlem each year. This event, which features puppets, dancers, musicians and even live camels and sheep, honors the visit of the three wise men.
This annual event held in the heart of Manhattan is great for all ages to enjoy. All seats are located within 50 feet of the center ring, which means you’ll get a great view of acrobats, jugglers and more.
This adventurous club may fear the cold come New Year’s Day, but that won’t stop them from taking the plunge into the cold waters near Coney Island. The event is more than entertainment; it’s also a fundraiser for charity.
Via our NYC Events calendar, you can see all major events in New York City.