The top NCAA college basketball teams compete to see who’s the best in the country at the National Invitation Tournament (NIT). These exciting playoff games are set to be held at the famous Madison Square Garden in Midtown.
Watch as some of the brightest minds in the world go head-to-head in memory competitions that will make your head spin. The challenges vary, but past tests have included memorizing card deck orders and poetry.
Both the caffeine and the exciting atmosphere will keep you energized at this annual event. Visit to test the delicious drinks and food pairings from dozens of top exhibitors from around the world.
St. Patrick’s Day revelers will line Fifth Avenue to celebrate the one-and-only St. Paddy’s Day. This popular, lively parade features a wide variety of participants celebrating Irish culture, including traditional Irish dancers and bagpipers.
This indoor, relay-style team cycling event raises millions to support cancer research at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in NYC. Additional events are held at other locations throughout the year.
Journey to Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood to experience Pulse, an annual contemporary art fair. The event features some of the most cutting-edge works created in recent years by established and up-and-coming artists.
After a few opening events in late February, this film fest kicks off March with some of the most entertaining movies for young audiences. Screenings often sell out in advance for this event, which is the largest film festival of its kind.
Via our NYC Events calendar, you can see all major events in New York City.