NYC’s Javits Center plays host to this massive boat show year after year, with new models always on display for current and aspiring boat owners. See the latest features and products or attend a workshop on site.
The annual Winter Antiques Show at the Park Avenue Armory is one of the premier antiques events in the country. Dozens of collectors, dealers and casual fans attend this show to view and bid on priceless antiques.
Celebrate the legendary civil rights activist will be celebrated at any of the many events held across the city. In addition to the annual parade held in downtown Manhattan, you’ll find panel discussions, film screenings and more.
Some of the world’s best jazz musicians are slated to perform in this annual event, which has been voted the #1 jazz festival in North America. Over 100 acts will perform in 10 venues across the city.
Every year, there’s a massive parade in East Harlem to celebrate the excitement and joy of Three Kings Day. The parade honors the visit of the three wise men with puppets, dancers, musicians and even live camels and sheep.
See some of the most innovative fashions through the years at this unique exhibition being hosted at The Met on Fifth Avenue. Ensembles from the 18th century to the present will be arranged chronologically.
Even the freezing temperatures and the threat of snow and ice can’t stop this club from plunging into the cold waters near Coney Island to kick off the new year. Their adventurous feat helps raise money for charity.
Via our NYC Events calendar, you can see all major events in New York City.