NYC Events

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There is no shortage of events in the “City That Never Sleeps”, which makes it fun and exciting, but also overwhelming. The hard part isn’t finding an event to attend, but deciding which events not to attend. I’ve found several events that will prevent your FOMO.

Events are not limited to concerts and sporting events, which are the events we generally plan for ahead of time. We often forget that there are a variety of other events that require tickets to be purchased in advance.  Waiting until the last minute means overpriced tickets or sold out events so NOW is the time to convince your friends to buy tickets. A lot of fun weekends in the city are planned spontaneously, but some of the best weekends are planned ahead.   Take a chance and experience some unique experiences with your friends.

AutoShow 2.jpgAuto Show, Javits Convention Center March 25 – April 3

NIT.jpgNIT Tournament, Madison Square Garden March 29, 31

Tribeca Film Festival.jpgTribeca Film Festival, April 13-24

Monster Jam 2.jpgMonster Jam, Metlife Stadium April 23

Supercross.jpgMonster Supercross, Metlife Stadium April 30

Holi Hai.jpgHoli Hai, 46th and 2ave April 30

Color Run.jpgColor Run, Citi Field May 7

Martin Lawerence.jpgMartin Lawerence, Barclays May 14

Copa America.pngCopa America, Metlife Stadium June 12, 17

Real Madrid.jpgFC Bayern Munich vs. Real Madrid, Metlife Stadium August 3

Mad Decent Block Party 2.jpgMad Decent Block Party, Coney Island August 6, 7

New Yorker Festival.jpgThe New Yorker Festival, October 7-9

NYCWFF.jpgNew York City Wine & Food Festival, October 13-16

Open House.jpgOpen House Weekend, October 15-16

Halloween Parade.jpgVillage Halloween Parade, October 31

New York Comedy Festival.jpgNew York Comedy Festival, November 1-6

Macys.jpgMacy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, November 24

Santacon.jpgSantacon, December 10