Editor's Choice Events for New York
Buffalo, Buffalo Winter HOP Fest 2018 (2/24): Come and celebrate a festival celebrating all things HOPPY! 13 Buffalo breweries will be offering samples up of their hoppiest beer offerings in our beer garden.
Newburgh, $5000 Raffle Party (2/24): Our 3rd annual Raffle party, 4 chances to win cash! 1st prize, $5000. 2nd prize $500 and 3rd and 4th prize, $250. Only 300 tickets being sold!! Drawing at the party on February 24th from 2-5. You
Westhampton Beach, CRESLI Seal Walks (11/18 - 4/29): Join CRESLI naturalist led walks to observe, count and photograph seals at haul out areas and learn about seal species diversity, ecology, evolution, and status
Peekskill, Gin Blossoms (2/21): The Gin Blossoms have undoubtedly left their mark on the rock music map with their fusion of melodic rock, pop, folk, and country, which paved the modern rock landscape and have produced countless alb
New York, Winter Film Awards International Film Festival (2/22 - 3/2): Celebrate Diversity at Winter Film Awards International Film Festival - NYC - Feb 23-Mar 3. See 93 amazing films from 31 countries - fantastic discussion panels - super fun parties!
Brooklyn, SEA (Singular Extreme Actions) (3/2 - 3/25): Real Time, Real Action, Real Hardware
Bring your friends, take the kids, and experience the fun, grit, and explosive sights and sounds of an hour of STREB EXTREME ACTION.
New York, The Shadow Show Looms Over Manhattan! (3/10): The Manhattan Vintage Book & Ephemera Fair And Fine Press Book Fair – The Shadow Show - Celebrate Rare Book Week In New York City on March 10!
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Albany, 2017 Year End Awards Banquet (2/24): Well folks, it's never too early to start thinking about BANQUET DAY! Invites will be going out just after the first of the year (so they're not lost in the holiday shuffle!)
Albany, 5th Annual New York Craft Brewers Festival (3/3): The New York State Brewers Association is proud to announce the fifth annual New York Craft Brewers Festival taking place on Saturday March 3, 2018 at the Desmond Hotel in Albany, New York.
Albany, Alice In Wonderland (3/4): Five actors take the stage in this delightfully diverse adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic novel.
Albany, Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story (3/2): What do the most ravishingly beautiful actress of the 1930s and 40s and the inventor whose concepts were the basis of cell phone and bluetooth technology have in common?
Albany, CF Climb - 30th Anniversary (2/24): Join us for our 30th Anniversary edition of CF Climb up the tallest building in Albany, the Corning Tower.
Albany, Dueling Pianos (3/3): Back by popular demand and to help break up our mid-winter blues— join us on Saturday, March 3rd for the return of Shake, Rattle, N' Roll Pianos!
Albany, Hannaford Kidz Expo (3/3): The 13th Annual Hannaford Kidz Expo takes over the Empire State Plaza from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 3 for a day chock full of entertainment and activities to keep your kids happy and on th
Albany, Hannaford Kidz Expo (3/3): The 13th Annual Hannaford Kidz Expo takes over the Empire State Plaza from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 3 for a day chock full of entertainment and activities
Albany, Nothing Soothes the Soul Wood Cutout (3/3): We provide all painting supplies and artist instructions. No art experience is needed. Simply be ready to have a Twisted good time!
Albany, Skyfoot at Parish Public House (3/10): Skyfoot is a powerful jamband from Boston, MA that plays a variety of genres from funk, rock, reggae & bluegrass to sonic landscapes and fusion.
Albion, 2018 HOME GARDEN & OUTDOOR SHOW (4/14 - 4/15): The Orleans County Chamber of Commerce Annual Home, Garden & Outdoor Show, April 14th & 15th at the Orleans County Fair Grounds. Two buildings filled with exhibitors and vendors.
Alexandria Bay, 28th Annual Polar Bear Dip (2/24): Join River Hospital and dip for a great cause! This year your support will help the Hospital reach its fundraising goal to make our Hope + Healing Capital project a success!
Amherst, Zumbathon 2018 (2/23): We are kicking off the party with a Bomba & Plena, traditional Puerto Rican dance music presented by EL Batey.
Amityville, Yoga Wheel Flow (3/2): Jenna's rolling in the Flow with her super fun yoga wheel vinyasa class!
Amsterdam, Amsterdam Winter Festival and Open House (2/25): The 2018 Amsterdam Winter Festival will be a large arts and crafts festival with dozens of vendors that will fill a large portion of the mall!
Astoria, Of the Deep, Screening & Live Event (2/25): "Of the Deep: Films by the Department of Tropical Research"Screening, Live Music, and Discussion featuring Fabien Cousteau and Howard Rosenbaum.
Auburn, 1918: A Fundraiser (2/24): Blurring the lines between 100 years ago and today, this unique fundraising event will turn the Cayuga Museum Mansion into a hospital wing in 1918.
Auburn, IGNITE the Winter! (3/2): This outdoor winter festival features a chili, soup & chowder cook-off, wine, cider & beer, and live music performed on the showmobile stage.
Aurora, Create A Medieval Illumination (3/3): The class will explore a basic history of the art of illumination including its origin and a few example codices (early forms of books) from different periods.
Aurora, Mandala International (3/2): This event is a benefit for The Mandala School’s international trip to experience French culture and language.
Babylon, J Haus Band at Post Office Cafe (2/23): We make our triumphant return to one of our favorite spots. The iconic Post Office Cafe. Stop by early to see Jhaus play happy hour acoustic as well!
Bay Shore, Panic debut Whalers (3/3): Come support Panic at Whalers for the debut performance on March 3 saturday 8pm-11pm
Bellport, 22nd WSCS Annual Live & Silent Auction (3/10): This exciting event will be held at the luxurious Bellport Country Club where the evening begins with a Silent Auction with over 100 items to suit every taste and price range.
Binghamton, Binghamton on Tap (2/24): The 4th Annual Binghamton on Tap is coming to the DoubleTree by Hilton on Saturday, February 24th, 2018 with a VIP Session and two General Admission Sessions!
Binghamton, Binghamton on Tap Volunteering (2/24): Volunteer at Binghamton On Tap 2018, while helping benefit the Southern Tier Young Professionals, and have an awesome time doing it! Our volunteer shift is 4:00-8:30 on Saturday, February 24.
Binghamton, Parade Day at the Brewery (3/3): Tired of fighting the crowds for a place to eat and drink before or after the parade? This year we're doing something a little different for the big day.
Binghamton, Parade Day Brunch! (3/3): Come enjoy Citrea's Brunch with our Bottomless Leprechaun Mimosas! We will be open an hour early to make sure everyone gets warm before the parade with Irish Food & Cheer ;) 10am - 3pm
Binghamton, Parade Day Party 2018 (3/3): March 3rd 2018 is quickly approaching and Parade Day will be upon us. As in past years, we will be featuring the Edward P. Maloney Pipe Band and DJ Johnny Only spinning the tunes.
Binghamton, Smart Phone Photo Contest (3/2 - 3/24): Anyone may enter this first of its kind local exhibit that will explore the incredible photography available in your pocket.
Binghamton, The Belmar Parade Day Mile (3/3): The Belmar Parade Day Mile follows the same course as the first St. Patrick's Day parade every year.
Briarcliff Manor, Think Fit for Kids 2018 (3/4): ***SAVE THE DATE*** #TFFK2018 is March 4, 2018, at Club Fit Briarcliff! Look for registration for our 8th Annual Event coming in January 2018!
Bronx, Confetti Paints: Naruto (3/4): Naruto is a young boy who is determined to be the best and mightiest Ninja in his village.
Bronx, Designer Handbag Bingo (3/3): This year we are rolloing out the Red Carpet with all the Glitz & Glam of the Oscars.
Bronx, The Boricua Experience (2/23): The Hurricanes are gone but Puerto Rico is still hurting. Come out on Friday, February 23rd, and lets make those prayers turn into blessings at "The Boricua Experience" Afterwork Fundraiser Event pres
Bronx, Yasser Tejeda & Palotré (3/10): Yasser Tejeda & Palotré is an Afro-Dominican fusion quartet that blends traditional folkloric roots music From DR with jazz, rock and Caribbean beats.
Brooklyn, #Blackgirlmagic (3/10): We provide all painting supplies and artist instructions. No art experience is needed. Simply be ready to have a Twisted good time!
Brooklyn, 22nd Annual Fashion Show (3/2): Annual fashion show and auction. 100+ baskets and prizes. Dinner, music, 50/50
Brooklyn, 7th Annual Beer Tasting and Buffet (3/2): Join us for this fun evening at the GEC's 7th Annual Beer Tasting and Buffet at Marine Park Golf Course...$50.00 per person includes all the beer tastings you want and delicious food buffet style!
Brooklyn, 8 Year Anniversary Party plus Group Kirtan (3/2): Join us for a birthday bonanza celebrating our eight-year anniversary in Park Slope, Brooklyn with delicious food, good friends, chanting, door prizes galore and your chance to win
Brooklyn, Alex Battles and the Whisky Rebellion (2/24): With his band, The Whisky Rebellion, Battles performs the Johnny Cash Birthday Bash each year at littlefield on the last weekend in February.
Brooklyn, Annual Supermarket Bingo & Raffle (3/10): Join us for our annual fundraiser where we play the afternoon away and have the opportunity to get some great GRAND PRIZE'S INCLUDING 2 TICKETS TO SEE SHANIA TWAIN!!!
Brooklyn, Artist Talks: Rudy Shepherd / Theresa Ganz (2/24): Join us for artist talks with the current exhibiting artists at Smack Mellon: Rudy Shepherd and Theresa Ganz. Both talks will be lead by Director of Exhibitions & Curator Gabriel de Guzman.
Brooklyn, Atlantic Rhythms and Friends at H0L0 (3/2): Atlantic Rhythms & Friends in NY at H0L0 and Lot Radio. On March 2, we're gathering some of our favorite musicians and performers for a show to celebrate 3 years of Atlantic Rhythms.
Brooklyn, Bad Buka Gato Loco (3/2): Bad Buka is the kind of band that defies explanation – they bring their lively Balkan roots to NYC with the richness of world music, punk rock attitude, and even the spunk of ska
Brooklyn, Beautiful Obsolescence (3/2): The Cluster Gallery is pleased to announce ?"Beautiful? ?O?obsolescence?", a group exhibition featuring photographic works by Jeanette May and Adrianne Wortzel, as well as sculpture by Mary Mattingly
Brooklyn, Bindlestiff Cavalcade of Youth (3/11): Bindlestiff Family Cirkus and Playful Productions present a special showcase for young variety performers, ranging from absolute amateurs to world-class professionals.
Brooklyn, Candi Pop (Girl Pop Edition) Brooklyn (2/24): A Candi Pop Dance Party littered with all of your guilty pleasures. Glitter, Lollipops, Rainbows, Unicorns... and Oh yeah, Girl Power!
Brooklyn, Circus Muse (2/25): Back by popular demand, The Muse Brooklyn and A&S Productions have teamed up again to bring you another circus show!
Brooklyn, City of the Sun (2/23): New York’s genre-bending trio City of the Sun have been breaking instrumental-rock norms since their inception in 2011.
Brooklyn, Coffee & Tea Festival (1/3 - 3/11): Taste tea and coffee, eat sweet and savory foods, and attend seminars at the Coffee & Tea Festival NYC at Brooklyn Expo Center.
Brooklyn, Comedy in Dance Festival (3/1 - 3/4): Comedy in Dance Festival has juried performances of humor in motion at Triskelion Arts in Greenpoint for mature audiences.
Brooklyn, Coucou Mardi Gras Party (2/24): Come celebrate Mardi Gras at Coucou and experience the spirit of the French Carnaval!
Brooklyn, Croatia squad (3/2): The art of sensitive noise and subtle sounds and beats is what CROATIA SQUAD is all about, as well as one of Switzerland’s most on demand and respected deep and tech house producer and DJ.
Brooklyn, Dayshell (2/25): Their first single "Share With Me" exudes that indefinable and inimitable energy. Dayshell recorded the track and released it online.
Brooklyn, Dear Nora (3/2): She started the band Dear Nora in 1999 after moving into a house full of musicians who introduced her to the wider world of indie music.
Brooklyn, Do The Right Thing with Pizza (3/2): Enjoy Spike Lee's masterpiece with the pizza all the residents of Stuyvesant Avenue between Quincy and Lexington want: Each ticket includes a slice of cheese pizza with extra mozzarella!
Brooklyn, Eidola (2/24): Eidola is a five piece experimental post-hardcore band from Salt Lake City, Utah.
Brooklyn, Exmag (2/24): Exmag is an American downtempo electronic and soul and funk band, formed of Eric Mendelson, Mike Iannatto and Tyler Dondero, hailing from Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Brooklyn, Golden Paints Lecture & Demo (2/24): In this lecture/demo we will explore the vast potential of GOLDEN Gels, Mediums and Pastes. Many of GOLDEN’s products fall in the category of “Watermedia”.
Brooklyn, Holi Hooray (3/3): Join us for Holi Hooray!, a celebration of springtime and play. Known as the “Color Festival,” Holi originated in India and is now enjoyed by millions of people worldwide.
Brooklyn, Hub City Stompers (3/2): Hub City Stompers hail from the "hub city" of New Brunswick, NJ. The band was founded and formed by Rev Sinister, former vocalist/frontman for NJ Ska band Inspecter 7.
Brooklyn, Julie Hanse (2/25): Born in the outskirts of Paris and currently residing in New York, Julie Hanse creates a blend of indie-folk combining her origins into a unique bilingual sound.
Brooklyn, Kat Wright, Woolly Mammals (3/10): Please join us on March 10th at Knitting Factory Brooklyn. Looking forward to seeing you there
Brooklyn, Kendall Street Company (3/2): Kendall Street Company performs regularly along the East Coast, maintaining a central presence around the state of Virginia.
Brooklyn, Kolars (3/3): Rob Kolar sings and strums his rollicking guitar, Lauren Brown uses her whole body as a percussive instrument.
Brooklyn, La Pachamambo at St Mazie (3/2): Join us for our residency at St Mazie bar and Supper Club the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month for live salsa, dancing, cocktails and a great Friday night party!!
Brooklyn, Lowland Hum (2/23): Lowland Hum is an art-folk band based in Charlottesville, Virginia made up of husband-wife team Daniel and Lauren Goans.
Brooklyn, Luna Park’s 2018 Job Fair (3/2): Join Us For Luna Park’s 2018 Job Fair!!! Come be a part of the amazing team and learn about the fun perks that come with working at Luna Park!
Brooklyn, Madball (3/10): Madball are a hardcore punk band from New York, US who formed in 1988 as a side project of punk band Agnostic Front.
Brooklyn, Mammoth Grinder (3/2): Formed in 2006 in Austin, TX, and consisting of current and former members of Power Trip, Iron Reagan, and Darkest Hour, MAMMOTH GRINDER play a primitive brand of punk-inflected death metal.
Brooklyn, Mens Day Prayer Brunch (2/24): When 2 or 3 gather our prayers will be heard so Come and join us as we Pray for a blessing from above for a successful and Inspiring Men's Day Weekend.
Brooklyn, Millenium (2/24): Having won the Ernie Ball Warped Tour Battle of the bands twice in their short career, The Millenium has also opened for popular acts such as The Summer Set, Now Now, Quietdrive, The Ready Set, 3OH!3,
Brooklyn, Old James (3/9): OLD JAMES is a newly formed power-trio from Canada. In the vein of 70's Rock 'N Roll when originality was king and finding a unique sound was the mission.
Brooklyn, Open Up Simon Patterson and Will Atkinson (3/2): It's the new year and we wanted to start 2018 with an announcement that would get your blood pumping and body primed for the musical journey that lies ahead.
Brooklyn, Ratboys (3/2): Born out of fierce friendship and a mutual affection for melody, Chicago’s Ratboys – anchored by the partnership of Julia Steiner and Dave Sagan – aims to ‘write songs that tell stories and honor the
Brooklyn, Regina Opera’s Free “ Embrace Winter” Concert (2/24): On Saturday February 24, at 2PM, Vesuvio Restaurant will host a Free one-hour concert by Regina Opera. This concert will feature opera and Broadway selections performed by Regina Opera soloists.
Brooklyn, Scarlet Sails (2/23): They formed Scarlet Sails soon after, where they introduced the elaborate blend of piano pop & theatrical rock.
Brooklyn, SEA (Singular Extreme Actions) (3/2 - 3/25): Real Time, Real Action, Real Hardware
Bring your friends, take the kids, and experience the fun, grit, and explosive sights and sounds of an hour of STREB EXTREME ACTION.
Brooklyn, Seed Of Light: Shamanic Sunrise Dance (2/24): “Seed of Light: Shamanic Sunrise Dance” features electronic dance music and live instrumentals, as we journey through the four elements of the medicine wheel.
Brooklyn, shallou (3/2): All Becomes Okay is the debut EP from shallou aka Joe Boston.
Brooklyn, Six Stories Told (2/24): Hailing from Orange County, New York, pop band Six Stories Told of Big Mountain Entertainment is comprised of Lead Vocalist Joanna DeRosa, Vocalist and Guitar player-Jesse Sheppard, Drummer-Tyler McDe
Brooklyn, Steph Terao, Nice Places (2/23): Please join us for the opening of the exhibition, Nice Places by Brooklyn based artist Steph Terao.
Brooklyn, Store Signing at BP on Friday Feb. 23rd for Black (2/23): Soon to be a Motion Picture from Studio 8 , Black will bring the entire creative team to Bulletproof for a signing. We will provide free COA for the signings. from 6-8PM on Friday, Feb.23rd!
Brooklyn, Strong Lady Social Club: Pull-Up Seminar (3/3): Coach Sam invites you to join the lovely ladies of CrossFit Virtuosity for an ongoing women’s-only seminar series that will meet the first Saturday of each month for a strength and/or skill session.
Brooklyn, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano (2/23): Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano (formed in 2009) is a Dutch DJ and production duo that specialise in club-friendly EDM productions and high-profile remixes, hailing from Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Brooklyn, SXSW Sendoff Show and Fundraiser (3/3): We're traveling from Brooklyn to Austin and taking some of our favorite folks along the way! This will be a preview of the killer lineup and a way to help us put a little gas in the tank.
Brooklyn, Tal National (2/23): And they are a domestic phenomenon. The last cd pressing was meant to last for weeks (the band normally play five shows per week, each lasting for five hours, all across the region), but they sold out
Brooklyn, The Alchemystics (2/23): The Alchemystics blend reggae, politically infused hip-hop, gritty soul, hard-driving rock, and pulsing Jamaican, Cuban and Trinidadian rhythms into an utterly unique and distinctively original new s
Brooklyn, The Dandy Warhols (2/25): The Dandy Warhols are an alternative rock band hailing from Portland, Oregon, USA who formed in 1994.
Brooklyn, The Oh Hellos (2/23): The Oh Hellos (formed in 2011) is a brother-sister folk rock band consisting of Tyler Heath and Maggie Heath from San Marcos, Texas, U.S.
Brooklyn, The Paisley Fields (3/11): Paisley Fields are a queer country band, unapologetic about pushing boundaries and seeking inspiration in the unexpected.
Brooklyn, The Skatalites (2/23): The Skatalites (formed in 1963) is a pioneering Jamaican ska and reggae group, they are the co-creators of the ska genre with an influence that transcends continents.
Brooklyn, Tortured Soul (2/24): The Brooklyn-based dance trio Tortured Soul isn’t trying to intently rewrite the logic of today’s EDM with the sweat of their own musicianship, but they are living proof that the very same music can b
Brooklyn, Toubab Krewe (3/11): Blending American and West African influences into a sound all its own, Toubab Krewe has set "a new standard for fusions of rock 'n' roll and West African music" (Afropop Worldwide).
Brooklyn, Vieux Farka Toure (2/25): With his recent collaborations and performance before a billion people —yes, you read that right—at the 2010 World Cup in Johannesburg, South Africa, Vieux Farka Touré is one of the most celebrated Af
Brooklyn, Visual Storytelling Lab (3/4): In popular culture, science is often associated with long equations and technical diagrams.
Brooklyn, Vitalic (3/9): Vitalic is the stage name of Pascal Arbez, a French EDM artist born in 1976. He has released three studio albums since his debut in 1996 and is responsible for countless remixes of legendary artists f
Brooklyn, We Love Lucies Place Charity Flash Day (2/25): Join us on Sunday February 25th from 12-10pm. Flash designs will range from $100-$300, with all proceeds going directly to Lucie's Place.
Brooklyn, West Means Home (3/2): Based in Florence, AL, West Means Home combines an electrifying passion and soulful guitar riffs to create a "wall of sound."
Brooklyn, Whitney Peyton (3/3): Whitney Peyton is a solo hip hop artist from a small town on the outskirts of Philadelphia, PA.
Brooklyn, Williamsburg Salsa Orchestra (3/11): The Williamsburg Salsa Orchestra is a thrilling 11-piece salsa group which forgoes the standard repertoire, instead playing dynamic, dura arrangements of indie rock tunes we love.
Brooklyn, Wuki (3/3): Wuki is the genre-blending solo project of Denver-based producer Kris Barman.
Brooklyn, Xenia Rubinos (3/9): Music maker Xenia Rubinos uses her powerful voice to create beats and melodies from scratch.
Brooklyn, Yardsale Comedy Night (2/24): Yardsale Comedy Night presents a curated hour of eclectic, comedic material.
Brooklyn, Zeshan B (2/23): Virtuoso vocalist Zeshan B is widely being recognized as one of the most unique singers to come out of Chicago.
Buffalo, A Few Short Films That Engage In Struggle (2/23): The screening explores how these works, involving struggles far flung from each other, connect and the common strategies and aesthetics they share.
Buffalo, A Night at the Oscars: Key Bank Pops (3/3): Hear Oscar-winning music from Ben Hur by Miklos Rozsa; the heart-stirring “Tara’s Theme” from Gone With The Wind; James Horner’s score for Titanic; and so much more.
Buffalo, At This Time (2/9 - 5/27): How are we feeling? Things seem unsettled and making sense of the current and the currents is always the domain of artists.
Buffalo, B. Ingrid Olson: Forehead and Brain (3/10 - 6/17): Within the confines of her studio, B. Ingrid Olson (American, born 1987) records her body as it shifts and relates to the surroundings and the camera lens.
Buffalo, Ben Butler (3/2 - 3/25): When an escaped slave shows up at Fort Monroe demanding sanctuary, General Benjamin Butler is faced with an impossible moral dilemma—follow the letter of the law or make a game-changing move?
Buffalo, Birthing & Babies (2/25): Liz Beyer-Partin of Liz Beyer-Partin Doula Services and Jennifer Lombardo of Buffalo Doula Services LLC are excited to offer Birthing & Babies...
Buffalo, Bob Chilcott Buffalo Residency (3/2 - 3/4): Vócalis is thrilled to announce that Bob Chilcott will be in residence with the choir from March 2-4, 2018.
Buffalo, Boulevards (3/4): Boulevards at Buffalo Iron Works on March 4th!
Buffalo, Bridal Show & Wedding Marketplace (3/4): Plan your wedding while sipping cocktails with the most creative wedding artisans in WNY at the Hotel at The Lafayette!
Buffalo, Buffalo Bloody Mary Fest (3/4): The third annual Buffalo Bloody Mary Fest hosted by Step Out Buffalofeaturing Tommyrotter Distillery is here once again!.
Buffalo, Buffalo Fight for Air Climb (3/10): The Climb is not a typical fundraising 5k; it’s more like a vertical race - to the top of the tallest building in Buffalo.
Buffalo, Buffalo Winter HOP Fest 2018 (2/24): Come and celebrate a festival celebrating all things HOPPY! 13 Buffalo breweries will be offering samples up of their hoppiest beer offerings in our beer garden.
Buffalo, Carburetor Workshop at S&D Co. (2/24): Join us as we bring our community of DIY builders and riders together to hang and get our hands dirty. Who's coming?!
Buffalo, Charles E. Burchfield: The Ohio Years 1893-1921 (12/8 - 3/24): From the year of his birth in Ashtabula Harbor (now Ashtabula) until 1921, American watercolor painter Charles E. Burchfield lived mostly in his native state of Ohio.
Buffalo, Disgraced (3/9 - 3/31): Amir Kapoor, a breath away from making partner in his NYC law firm, is living the “American Dream”.
Buffalo, Dont Bother Me, I Cant Cope (3/2 - 3/25): A Tony nominee as Best Musical of the season, this dynamic mixture of rock, calypso and ballads utilizes a dozen singer-dancers in twenty numbers.
Buffalo, Edalo - A Rock Autism Event (3/10): Edalo headlines Buffalo Iron Works after his successful global debut of recent EP, California Rush.
Buffalo, Far Away (2/16 - 3/11): A young girl witnesses a disturbing act, grows up to become a hatmaker, and marries a soldier- but nothing is quite what it seems in Far Away.
Buffalo, Introducing Tony Conrad: A Retrospective (3/3 - 5/27): A deep-rooted contributor to the cultural life of Buffalo, Conrad was a professor in the Department of Media Study at the University at Buffalo from 1976 until his death.
Buffalo, JJ Quintet (3/9): JJ Quintet live in the 9th Ward
Buffalo, Joe Pug (3/11): Joe Pug live in the 9th Ward
Buffalo, Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook (3/10 - 3/25): Only this time, something terrible has happened; someone took Junie B.'s favorite mittens. So when Junie B. finds a wonderful pen full of many colors, she thinks she's allowed to keep it.
Buffalo, Lumagination 2018 (1/27 - 2/24): Lumagination will take visitors on a spectacular walk through the Botanical Gardens to experience creatively themed greenhouses, interactive entertainment and so much more!
Buffalo, Milton Rogovin: A Trip to Chile: 50 Years After (12/8 - 3/25): From the year of his birth in Ashtabula Harbor (now Ashtabula) until 1921, American watercolor painter Charles E. Burchfield lived mostly in his native state of Ohio.
Buffalo, OPEMS: Verbal Visual Combines (3/9 - 6/24): Michael Basinski is a Western New York-based text, visual, and sound poet whose work is heavily influenced by Fluxus.
Buffalo, Orchid Show (3/3 - 3/4): The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is a national historic site, education center and tourist destination full of exotic horticulture treasures.
Buffalo, Printing Your Digital Photographs (3/3): Learn the basic skills of professional inkjet printing. The instructor will demonstrate various processes in Photoshop from color correcting and resizing images to proofing, and color profiles. Class
Buffalo, The Lizards - A Tribute to Phish (3/3): The Lizards are a PHISH tribute band. Playing songs written and/or performed by the Phinest gents from Vermont.
Buffalo, The Night Alive (3/2 - 3/25): The author flexes his considerable comic muscles in The Night Alive, a mischievous and merciless study of the daily existence of a small group of low-life Dubliners.
Buffalo, Way Back When: An Evening of One Acts (2/2 - 2/24): An evening of one acts, written by local playwrights Grant Golden and Rebecca Ritchie, question faith in a funny and touchingly human way!
Buffalo, Window to Wall: Art from Architecture (11/18 - 3/18): What does architecture look like? Although manmade structures surround us, we generally only notice them in passing, as background to our daily lives.
Buffalo, Youve Got Mail (2/25): Join us as Nardin Academy presents a 20th anniversary screening of this beloved 1998 romance, an unmistakably ’90s update of Ernst Lubitsch’s classic The Little Shop Around The Corner.
Burnt Hills, Annual Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner (3/10): The Burnt HIlls United Methodist Church, 816 Route 50, will be offering the popular annual Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner on Saturday, March 10 from 4:30 to 7:00 pm.
Canajoharie, YOGA: FREE Trial Class! (2/24): Our YOGA program returns with a FREE trial class on Saturday, Feb. 24 from 9-10 am! All are welcome. Please bring a yoga mat and comfortable clothes you can move in.
Candor, Fat Blast Mixer! (3/3): Network with local experts in exercise, nutrition, stress management, and supplements.
Catskill, Flames of War Late War Tournament (2/24): Flames of War Tournaments are back in Catskill. Join some of the best players in the country for this WWII miniatures game.
Center Moriches, St. Pitties Day (3/10): Fundraiser and Adoption Event ....adoptable dogs, hors d'oeuvres, bagpiper , Chinese Auction, 50//50,Park Lane Jewely for sale...FUN FOR ALL!!!
Central Square, Jakes Bar Olympics (2/24): Do you have the skills to compete and go for the gold? Here's your chance to find out! Put together a team to represent your bar, business or compete as an individual. (Team Uniforms?)
Chateaugay, Concert: Durham County Poets (3/10): 5 Piece Blues/Folk band from Dewittville, QB are back by popular demand and have an amazing new CD out titled “Grimshaw Road”.
Clifton Park, Double Destiny Day! (2/25): Please join us on February 25th at Flipside Gaming Clifton Park. Looking forward to seeing you there
Cobleskill, Paint N Sip: Falling Shamrocks (2/24): If you don't have a lot of time to spend in a clover patch. Paint your own luck to celebrate St. Patrick's Day at Grapevine Farms! Add a rainbow or even a pot of gold!
Colden, Kids Music Class (2/24): Join Miss Sarah and Mr. Froggy for a 45-minute music class where children are invited to sing, dance and get their wiggles out ??????????
Cooperstown, The Council Rock Band (3/10): We are a rock band covering music from the 60's to present. We are based in Cooperstown, NY. Band Members
Cornwall, Sugaring Off Celebration! (2/24): Sugar Bush Tours: 11am, 1pm & 2pm; a one mile moderate hike through field and forest to the Sugar Bush Shack (terrain and weather conditions dependent)
Cortland, March First Friday Art Night! (3/2): We will be showcasing the work of our Community Arts Challenge Winners with an Opening First Friday Reception!Free refreshments.
Cortland, Rocking Out Cancer (2/24): This machine makes noise , Car people, Sanjuro Fields , David W D Montanye all playing to support the fight again children cancer for the St.Baldrick's Foundation
Cortlandt Manor, 2018 CrossFit Open Starts Friday Night Lights (2/23): This year, Bear Mountain CrossFit's Friday Night Lights is bigger and brighter! We want to emphasize that these events will differ from taking a regular class.
Cuba, Cuba Goes Country (3/11): Come join us for a boot stompin', toe tappin' afternoon of country music performed by several talented local musicians.
Dansville, Featuring the Band Rebels Posse (3/10): Rebel's Posse plays a wide variety of Country, Southern Rock, and Classic Rock. No two shows are EVER the same!! They are a fun, upbeat, rockin' country band!
Delhi, Cooking For Cancer (2/24): Join Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower and Lauren Raba for an afternoon of workshops and demonstrations, utilizing traditional methods of cooking for cancer, and using local weeds.
Delmar, A Night of 1,000 HUGS (2/25): Please join and Help us Raise Awareness by Showing your Support for the Homeless and the Impoverished.
Depew, Meat Raffle for Sensational Fun (3/10): COME EAT, DRINK, BE MERRY & WIN MEAT, CAKES, & OTHER FUN STUFF!! ALL WHILE RAISING MONEY TO EMPOWER CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS!!
Dewitt, A Few Good Men (3/9 - 3/24): This Broadway hit about the trial of two Marines for complicity in the death of a fellow Marine at Guantanamo Bay sizzles on stage.
Dundee, Preferred Pairings (2/24): Join us February 24th, and again on March 10th, for two days of intimate wine and cheese tastings.
Co-hosted by our friends at the Finger Lakes Cheese Alliance, Preferred Pairings is a series of t
East Bethany, Bluebird Babysitters (3/10): How does a team of volunteers help baby birds? Come discover NestWatch (a nationwide nest monitoring program) and find out what you can do to keep baby bluebirds and their friends happy and healthy.
East Durham, Live at the Blackthorne (3/3): Our first show back after a couple of surgeries. Always a great time at The Blackthorne.
East Islip, St Patricks celebration (3/4): After a rousing success in our debut last year, we've been invited back to entertain you. So, come join us as we kick off the Month of St Patrick's Day starting around 5ish.
East Islip, Taylors Hope Blue Ribbon Dinner (3/3): We are excited to announce the date for our 4th Annual Blue Ribbon Dinner! Please join us on March 3, 2018 at Carleton Hall, East Islip, NY to help us make a difference in the lives of children facin
East Meadow, MJC Journal Dinner (3/3): Join us on Saturday, March 3 for a great night to support these three deserving couples!
East Setauket, Psychic Night (2/23): Join us for an amazing night with some of the most talented mediums and clairvoyant spiritual guides at the historic Setauket Neighborhood House.
Edwards, Jamboree for TNT Tackle (3/10): Jamboree for TNT Tackle on March 10 @ The Glow. Shenanigans start at 1 pm.
Ellicottville, Ellicottville Mardi Gras (3/9 - 3/11): Come out and join the reinvigorated Ellicottville Mardi Gras scene! Friday night will feature a Junior Bacchus Ball with a King and Queen pageant. The annual parade will be on Saturday.
Ellicottville, Mardi Gras Party with MWA (3/11): We are a 3-Piece Acoustic Trio from sunny Buffalo, NY. We perform everything from "No Diggity" to "Chicken Fried". M(Mike), W(Will), and A(Aaron)
Ellicottville, Telestock ‘18 (2/23): Hang Loose ????! Telestock is here once again. For those of you that know.... you know what to do. For the newcomers, here’s what you need to know -
Ellicottville, The 1st Annual Boardroom Banked (3/4): The 1st Annual! The Boardroom Banked goes down on Sunday, March 4th at Holiday Valley. The run of choice is Independence with the party on the Champagne Sundeck.
Falconer, New Riders Meet & Greet (3/3): Calling all new riders for a MEET & GREET with us at HDJ. If you are interested, new to the sport, please come out and meet other riders and enjoy a fun time at our dealership.
Farmingdale, The Art Factory Exhibition (3/4): Fine Art & Live Music Event. $12 Admission includes free refreshments. For more info & artist registration Email email@example.com
Fishkill, HVYP Strikes for Scholars Bowling Tournament (2/25): Hudson Valley Young Professionals presents the 2018 Strikes for Scholars Bowling Tournament to benefit The Chamber Foundation's Richard W. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship.
Floral Park, Mary ODowd with HoHW (3/10): A very special night of Irish music with iconic Irish vocalist Mary O'Dowd..with HoHW. Book early....great grub at the Teapot...this WILL sell out!
Flushing, Eric Alexander Quartet (2/23): Several jazz critics have claimed that listening to tenor saxman Eric Alexander unfettered and at length, is one of the greatest treats in jazz.
Flushing, Newpoli (3/2): As you hear the tamburello pounding out the heartbeat of Newpoli’s music, the two singers start up a wild, frenetic dance, and you'll have a very hard time sitting still! Welcome to Newpoli live!
Garden City, Blood Drive (2/23): Donating blood is easy and our blood supply relies exclusively on the generosity of volunteer blood donors. There is no substitute for human blood
Geneva, Cabin Fever (2/24): This is a mini event on our estate created to get you up and out during the coldest time of the year. In addition to our normal tasting passport the day includes....
Geneva, Franks Rat Pack (3/11): Please join us on March 11th at CLUB 86. Looking forward to seeing you there
Germantown, Slavery & the Palatines: A Lecture by Travis Bowman (3/11): Usually considered a "Southern" issue, slavery played a surprisingly large role in colonial and revolutionary era New York. Mr. Bowman will examine how slavery evolved in New York under the Dutch, Bri
Glendale, Mother-Son Dinner and Bingo Date Night (3/3): Be sure to SAVE THE DATE!! This is going to be a great night for our Preschool thru 6th grade boys to have a Date Night with their Mom, Aunt, Grandmother or Mother figure.
Glenville, The Glory of the Renaissance (2/24): Some of the most glorious and inspiring music ever written comes from the time of the Renaissance, known for a rejuvenation of arts, music, and writing.
Goshen, Intro to Yoga with Lori and Friends (3/9): We know how scary it can be coming in for the first time. So we put together this 2 hour crash course that will give you some of the basics to let you feel a bit more comfortable coming to class. Y
Gowanda, Melissa Henry Shetler Clinic (3/3): CLINIC ANNOUNCEMENT: We are excited to announce that Melissa Henry Shetler will be back at Nash Hill for a clinic on Saturday, March 3, 2018 so mark your calendars!
Great Neck, Aesclepius Medical Societys 33rd Anniversary Gala (2/24):
Aesclepius Medical Society (AMS) is a non-for-profit organization that promotes the advancement of minorities in the field of medicine through mentorship, academic support, and resources.
Great River, Winter Bridal Showcase (2/25): Please join us on February 25th at Mansion at Timber Point. Looking forward to seeing you there
Hamburg, How to Develop the Champion Within (2/24): Adrian Starks, motivational speaker, author and life coach from Seattle will be teaching the 4 steps to GROW through obstacles.
Hamburg, POUND Class with Kerry Feldmann (3/4): Sweat, Sculpt, & ROCK with POUND, the fastest growing group of fitness phenomenon inspired by the infectious, energizing fun of drumming!
Hempstead, Irish Festival (3/11): Celebrate Irish music, food and culture. There will be a number of music and dance performances throughout the day, as a variety of craft and food vendors.
Hicksville, Family Expo (3/3): Join us on March 3rd for a fun-filled day with family and friends! Lots of kid-friendly vendors to explore! Enjoy a free bounce house, face painting, entertainment, food sampling, and more!
Highland Falls, Celebrating The Future (3/4): You’re all cordially invited to come join TheChicks celebrate their 1 year anniversary!
Highmount, Mountain Explorers - Ski or Snowboard (1/6 - 3/4): For 9 weekends starting the beginning of January, your child will receive coaching from our top-level Instructors in fun and safe learning environment, to grow and expand her or his skiing and snowboa
Holland, Save The Date (2/24): All the fun of a wedding reception, without the ceremony. DINNER, DESSERT, DRINKS, DANCING.... Tickets can be purchased at the bar.
Huntington Station, Irish Dance Performance (3/4): People of all ages will enjoy a performance of Irish dancing by teachers and students from the Mulvihill-Lynch Studio of Irish Dance (pictured above)...
Huntington, Bride & Groom Show (3/11): ENJOY complimentary champagne and hors d'oeuvres prepared by OHEKA's Executive Chef, Chris Cappello.
Huntington, Cyhra (3/4): Cyhra is a brand new band with former members from In Flames, Amaranthe, Rhapsody and Shining.
Huntington, Every Time I Die (3/2): Every Time I Die is an American metalcore band who have released seven studio albums. Formed in Buffalo, New York in 1998, Every Time I Die has had two top 25 hits on the Billboard charts.
Huntington, Kreator (3/4): Kreator are a thrash metal band from Essen, Germany formed in 1982 who along the big three of the genre in Germany at the time (Destruction, Sodom and Tankard) helped to shape what has today been defi
Huntington, Lyle Lovett (3/11): Lyle Lovett was born on the 1st of November 1957 in Houston, Texas, USA. Since beginning his career in 1980, he has become one of the most respected and influential country singers the United States h
Huntington, Sabaton (3/4): Sabaton is a Power Metal band from Falun, Sweden that have a strong lyrical fixation on war history and the nature of battle.
Inlet, Frozen Fire & Lights (2/24): FREE SLEDDING, ICE SKATING, SNOWSHOEING & CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING at Fern Park all day, every day! Bring your own equipment.
Interlaken, Free Ice Cream Day! (3/11): It's our Fourth Annual FREE Ice Cream Day!! Last year this event was HUGE, so we've increased our hours even more so for this year's Free Ice Cream Day!
Islip, Eggstravaganza Jr. (3/10): Eggstravaganza Jr. is a fun-filled event for ages 3-6 at Dance Connection featuring plastic egg decoration, a craft, games, relay races, dance & snacks.
Ithaca, Bowie & Friends (2/23): The music of David Bowie, his collaborators, acolytes, and coconspirators. Deployed for maximal dancing. All proceeds go to Out for Health, Planned Parenthood's LGBTQ services.
Ithaca, Palehound, Tim Woulfe, Boy Scouts, clam lust (3/3): Boston’s Palehound, lead by fierce vocalist and prolific creative force Ellen Kempner, has announced the sophomore album "A Place I'll Always Go", to be released June 16 on Polyvinyl Record Co.
Jamestown, Karate Sleepover Yuks N Yums at Forte (2/23): The kind souls at Forte asked Karate Sleepover to return during their late night bites Friday Feb 23rd! Join us for a great night of comedy and an incredible menu.
Johnstown, Sportsman’s Venison Dinner (3/10): Sportman’s Venison Dinner to benefit the Wildlife Museum in Vails Mills. Guest Speakers, over 100 prizes, raffles, and auction.
Katonah, Saturday Hike (3/3): Did you know that we have over 5 miles of hiking trails at Muscoot? Join us on the first Saturday of the month for an intermediate hike out back.
Katonah, Thematic Tour: John Jay and George Washington (2/24): George Washington respected John Jay so much that, as president, he gave Jay his choice of job in the new administration. Join us on a tour of John Jay’s Bedford House to explore their close relations
Kenmore, 22nd Annual Chicken BBQ (2/25): Chicken Dinner includes a bbq'd half chicken, two sides (potato salad and mac salad), a roll, and desert.
Kenmore, Bowl-a-Rama for MAP! (2/25): Join us on Sunday, February 25, to bowl for urban ag and youth jobs! Our goal is to raise $10K to support MAP programming.
Kenmore, Come and Sing: Verdis Requiem (3/4): Do you like singing? Try out the BPC for an afternoon full of joyous music with a classical standard - Verdi's Requiem!
Kingston, Readings with Amethyst Angel Tarot Diva (2/24): In person readings at the Residence Inn/Marriott in Kingston on Saturday, February 24th 2018 with my good friend and fellow reader Amethyst Angel Tarot Diva.
Kingston, St. Patricks Day Parade (3/11): Join us for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade! Line-up starts at the Kingston Plaza.
Kingston, Swap Meet! (2/25): The Kingston Artist Collective is hosting a SWAP on the last Sunday in Febraury!
Kingston, Volunteer Training (2/24): We are hopeful that beginning March 3, 2018 People's Place will be open Saturdays from 1:30 - 4pm, we need volunteers to make this happen.
Lacona, IditaFAT Bike Race (3/3): Winona Forest Recreation Association is the only organization in the area that has a fat bike groomer. This is truly a Fat bike event and tires less than 3.5” will not be allowed!
Lagrangeville, Line Dancing and More with Alan Kohn (3/3): Alan Kohn of Premiere Entertainment will bring his Country Line Dance teachers, who will teach and lead called country line dancing
Lake Placid, Erths Dinosaur Zoo Live! (3/2): Erth's DINOSAUR ZOO LIVE guides your family on a breathtaking tour that begins in pre-historic Australia.
Latham, Bowling for PAWS (2/25): Please join us on February 25th at Spare Time Latham. Looking forward to seeing you there
Liberty, Cycle for Hope 2018 (3/10): Come down to the studio before heading out for your St. Patty's Day festivities! Offering 2 rides to accommodate everyone's needs!
Lockport, Save A Pet Basket Bonanza! (3/11): Please join us on March 11th at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Niagara County. Looking forward to seeing you there
Loudonville, Young Catholic Caffeinated (2/23): Join us Friday, February 23rd, as we join the parish in praying the Stations of the Cross. Immediately following the Stations, please join us for Young.Catholic.Caffeinated in the gathering area!
Mahopac, Fun-ctional Fascia! (3/10): Utilizing functional therapeutic techniques and tools, we will check in and reflect on the muscular tension in our bodies to help release it.
Marcellus, Marcellus Spring Rotary Breakfast (3/11): Marcellus Rotary's Spring Breakfast Fundraiser features pancakes and sausage plus an array of other food choices.
Massapequa, Grab an Apron, Its Time To Bake! (2/23): Join us for this combo craft & baking workshop! Kids 7 and younger will decorate aprons, bake pretzels from scratch and design a cake with homemade icing and a pastry bag. $35
Massena, Ladies Night Out! (3/3): Enjoy a ladies night out on the town, but all brought to you right at The Club instead!
Mayville, Overland Trail Snowshoe Hike (2/24): Join us for a 1.5-2 hour hike on the beautiful Overland Trail in Mayville! The winter scenery is marvelous, the terrain is snowshoe-friendly.
Middle Island, Seal Watch Walk at Cupsogue Beach (2/24): Join Ranger Eric and Longwood Public Library staff as we take learning outdoors! While winter holds a tight grip on our Island, our wildlife is still out and about.
Milton, Taittinger Champagne Dinner (2/24): Please join us on February 24th at Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa. Looking forward to seeing you there
Mineola, Grand Marshal Dinner Dance 2018 (2/25): Please join us on February 25th at Irish American Society of Nassau, Suffolk & Queens, Inc.. Looking forward to seeing you there
Monroe, Spin-a-thon (3/3): Make a difference in the community while doing what you love. Join us for the Spin-A-Thon which benefits our 2018 Strong Kids Campaign.
Morrisville, Small Farm & Homestead Fair (3/3): National and Local Vendors, Experts and Classes all supporting your Small Farm, Homestead, Hobby Farm or Garden.
Mumford, GCV&M Owl Moon 2018 (2/24): The moon will be almost full on Saturday, Feb. 24 - perfect for an Owl Moon nighttime walk!
New Hartford, Mermaid Dreams (3/10): We provide all painting supplies and artist instructions. No art experience is needed. Simply be ready to have a Twisted good time!
New Paltz, Murder Me Always - a 1940s mystery (3/10): The 1940s mysteriously come to life in glorious black and white as hardboiled detective Archie Morgan enters Café Malta searching for an escaped con.
New Paltz, Performance at Woodland Pond (3/10): Please join us on March 10th at Woodland Pond at New Paltz. Looking forward to seeing you there
New Windsor, Chosin Few Leathernecks MC (3/3): Have you been cooped up all winter and need some time to unwind? Well join us March 3rd 2018 at 7pm as we host our 2018 Cabin Fever event.
New Windsor, Women’s Empowerment Breakfast (3/10): It is with great pleasure that I take this time to invite you to Greater Grace Church of God annual Women's Empowerment Breakfast on Saturday, March 10, 2018, at 8:30 am- 1:00 pm.
New York, 5th Annual JVE Scholarship Benefit (3/3): We're super excited to announce that we have set a date for the 5th annual JVE Scholarship Fundraiser! Mark your calendars for Saturday, March 3, 2018 at the Perfect Pint!
New York, A Thousand Horses (3/10): When Rolling Stone Country hailed A Thousand Horses as the best up-and-comer at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, it was the latest in a whole series of accolades that got the band even more fire
New York, Aaron Watson (3/2): Aaron Watson isn’t interested in what someone else thinks he should do. But instead of getting lonely as he sidesteps expectations, he’s gaining followers––hundreds of thousands of them.
New York, Acces-Vr Workshop (3/2): Transition services are intended to prepare students to move from the world of school to the world of adulthood.
New York, Adirondack Camp 2018 Winter Gathering (3/3): Come enjoy pizza, and bowling with our Owners, Director Matt Basinet, Assistant Camp Director Merritt Duffy, Director of Admissions Rikki Galusha, Head Counselor Chris Daugherty
New York, Adoption Event in NYC (2/24): Join us at Petco this weekend with North Shore Animal League America's mobile unit where dogs and puppies will be available for adoption.
New York, Adrian Marcel (2/24): Adrian Marcel picks up the torch for Oakland and timeless R&B on his debut mixtape, 7 Days of Weak. .
New York, Akwaaba. TOUCH of KENTE (3/10): AKWAABA is the longest Running GHANA INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATION IN NEW YORK.
New York, Alfredo Rodriguez (3/3): Each recording by Cuban pianist and composer Alfredo Rodríguez tells a story.
New York, Ali Sethi (2/23): Ali Sethi is a Lahore-born writer and musician.
New York, Anat Cohen (3/2): Clarinetist-saxophonist Anat Cohen has won hearts and minds the world over with her expressive virtuosity and delightful stage presence.
New York, Annual Friendship Ball 2018 (2/23): Our 36th Annual Friendship Ball will be held once again at the wonderful Pierre Hotel, New York City.
New York, Arielle (3/4): I'm Arielle, a singer-songwriter and guitar player.
New York, Art in the Open Fifty Years of Public Art in New York (11/10 - 5/13): Look back at fifty years of public art in the city. Until the 1960s, most public art in New York City was limited to war memorials, civic-minded murals, or relief sculpture embodying universal values.
New York, Art on Paper (3/8 - 3/11): Art on Paper features galleries exhibiting drawings, paintings, photography, and even sculpture incorporating paper at Pier 36.
New York, Art plus Feminism Wikipedia Edit a thon (3/3): Join us at the Cullman Education and Research Building (4 W 54th St) for the fifth annual Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, an all-day communal updating of Wikipedia entries
New York, Aunt Ange (2/23): O’Brien and Kearney, always standing steady like the eye of a storm, began creating music together in 1996.
New York, Bach-Bruhns-Buxtehude (3/9): Chamber music on period instruments featuring German baroque composers
New York, BAILA Societys 23rd Performance Class (3/2): Registration for BAILA Society's 23rd Peformance Class is live! Starting Friday, March 2nd at 7pm! Train an original choreography for 10 weeks that will culminate in a performance
New York, Bellydance for Birth (2/24): WHAT: Connect to your body and your baby through the art of bellydance! Bellydance is an ancient art form that emerged as a way to prepare women for childbirth.
New York, BMFL Badass Womens Tourney (3/3): BMFL is pleased to announce our very first 5 on 5, All Women Flag Football Tournament! We are excited to see all our wonderful BMFL ladies compete against the best All-Women’s teams in the Northeast!
New York, Carmen Lundy (2/24): “In a world of pretenders, Carmen Lundy is a genuine Jazz Singer”
New York, Casey Donahew Band (3/9): Casey Donahew Band is an American Texas country music band, formed in 2002 by Casey Donahew, hailing from Burleson, Texas, U.S.
New York, Celebrating Czech Heritage (2/25): Savor a night of talent, beauty, and skills with the Czech ice-hockey legend, Patrik Eliáš, an exquisite fashion show, and an exciting hockey memorabilia auction.
New York, Chano Dominguez (3/3): Chano Domínguez is one of the most celebrated jazz musicians "recruited" by flamenco.
New York, Christina Custode (3/3): Christina Custode is a Grammy-considered singer-songwriter and pianist currently based out of Buffalo, NY ( Buffalo’s Best Female Vocalist multi-award winner).
New York, Cittamani Tara Puja with Ven. Amy Miller (2/23): Cittamani Tara, the highest yoga tantra manifestation of the deity Tara, can lead us to liberation and enlightenment within a single lifetime.
New York, Claire Chase PAN (3/2 - 3/3): The latest iteration of Claire Chase’s 23-year Density 2036 project, PAN is a 90-minute participatory performance for flutist, electronics, and mass community participation
New York, Claire Chase: PAN (3/2 - 3/3): PAN is a 90-minute participatory performance for flutist, electronics, and mass community participation in the form of a large ensemble of non-professional or trained players/collaborators.
New York, Climb to the Top NYC 2018 (3/4): Join us on Sunday, March 4, 2018 at 30 Rockefeller Center as we Climb to the Top for a world free of MS!
New York, Clio Art Fair (3/8 - 3/11): Clio Art Fair is a curated fair in Chelsea featuring artists without exclusive gallery representation.
New York, Collective Design Fair (3/9 - 3/11): Collective Design Fair displays curated pieces from dozens of galleries alongside experimental works from the next generation of global talent, with talks and tours at Skylight Clarkson Sq.
New York, Confront White Womanhood (3/4): For centuries, violence has been done in the name of—and even physically enacted by—white women.
New York, Danh Vo: Take My Breath Away (2/9 - 5/9): The first comprehensive survey in the United States of work by Danish artist Danh Vo will fill the ramps of the Guggenheim’s rotunda, offering an illuminating overview of Vo’s production from the past
New York, Dion Timmer (3/3): Bright glowing lights shine through dark and hazy atmospheres in the futuristic world of Dion Timmer, an artist whose roots in The Netherlands’ rave scene have helped define his uniquely colorful appr
New York, Don Diablo (2/23): Dutch DJ and producer Don Diablo, a.k.a. Do Pepijn Schipper (born February 27th, 1980), offers electro house/future house , quickly becoming one of the biggest names in the EDM scene.
New York, Education (3/9 - 4/8): A high school senior's attempt to burn a flag for a school art fair ignites debates about squelching speech and the obstacles we set in the way of those who might have the talent to become artists.
New York, Eli Young Band (3/9): The Eli Young Band is an American country band from Texas, formed in 2002. The group is currently signed to Republic Nashville.
New York, Eric Johnson (3/4): Eric Johnson (born August 17, 1954) is one of the most respected guitarists of all time.
New York, Flamenco Festival 2018 (3/2): A celebration of flamenco’s global allure, this exhilarating festival brings Spain’s finest dancers and musicians together, challenging the conventions of form while remaining stirringly authentic.
New York, Folk Wandering (2/23 - 3/18): In 1911, Rosealia dreams of a better life. In 1933, Kai struggles to keep her daughter safe. In 1955, Hannah finally fights for herself.
New York, FORQ (2/24): Fresh off the release of their eponymous debut album, the New York/Dallas quartet, Forq, is embarking on their first-ever international tour.
New York, Gangstagrass (3/9): Gangstagrass is a dirty fightin', gator wrestlin', foot stompin' bluegrass-hip-hop project of Brooklyn based producer Rench, who has spent the last decade making gritty, soulful country hip-hop music
New York, Garland Jeffreys (2/24): When Garland Jeffreys released his first solo album in 1973, Village Voice critic Robert Christgau called him both “classy” and “classless.”
New York, Ghost Pressure (2/25): Ghost Pressure has since taken on a new dimension of collaboration with the addition of vocalist, Lauren Diehlmann (Killer Wails, Ninja Tree House).
New York, Glitz - Glam - Give: Brunch Event (3/10): Hosted by the FDNY Fired Up for a Cure Committee for the benefit of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life Hope Lodge, The Ray Pfeifer Foundation...
New York, Grandtheft (2/24): Grandtheft is a Producer/DJ based in Toronto, Canada.
New York, Grit N Glory Coffee + Tea Walk–In Day! (3/11): We’ve got a new flash day happening this March and it’s addressing a very serious, extremely polarizing issue: What’s better, coffee or tea?!
New York, Hal & Bee (3/10 - 3/31): Hal & Bee is a dark comedy about an aging hippie couple trying to hold on to their bohemian roots while dealing with the impending sale of their Upper West Side apartment building.
New York, Hoops Tournament at Brother Jimmys Murray Hill (3/3): Open to all Big Ten alumni & fans, join the Penn State Alumni Association, New York City Chapter (PSU NYC) in our inaugural Hoops Tournament at Brother Jimmy's Murray Hill!
New York, Howard Jones (3/2): English musician Howard Jones (born 23rd February, 1955) helped to define the sound of mid-80s synth pop and new wave, known for his optimistic yet technologically intensive sound.
New York, Hymn to the Dawn (3/9): The New Amsterdam Singers perform a concert, Hymn to the Dawn on March 9, 2018, starting at 8:00 PM at Broadway Presbyterian Church.
New York, Ilya Lushtak Duo (2/25): NJMH presents a duo guitar and vocal performance by Ilya Lushtack.
New York, Imperfect Love (1/24 - 2/24): "Imperfect Love" is a serious romantic comedy play inspired by the extraordinary life of the Italian actress Eleonora Duse and her love affair with poet and playwright Gabriele D'Annunzio.
New York, Ingrid Jensen (3/2): Born in Vancouver and raised in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Ingrid Jensen has been hailed as one of the most gifted trumpeters of her generation.
New York, Inversions For Beginners (2/24): We will examine, deconstruct, and explore the proper preparations and alignment for shoulderstands and handstands.
New York, Jack Ingram (3/2): When Jack Ingram won the 2008 Academy of Country Music award for “Best New Male Vocalist,” thousands of people in the audience had to be smiling to themselves about that whole “new” thing.
New York, Joey Alexander (3/2): Born on June 25, 2003 on the island of Bali, pianist Joey Alexander originally learned about jazz from his dad, who exposed his son to a variety of classic albums from his extensive collection.
New York, John Waters Pink Flamingos on the Big Screen (3/2): Within a year of the release of John Water’s epic “exercise in poor taste,” Peter Hujar was friends with the director and performers Divine and Cookie Mueller.
New York, Juice Box Hero (New York) (3/2): So open your textbooks to Mask and Wig’s 130th Annual Production: Juice Box Hero; or, It’s Not Over 'Til The Lunch Lady Sings!
New York, Just Kidding: The Joshua Show: Episode 2 (2/24): Spend your afternoon with The Ambassador of Joy and award-winning puppeteer, Joshua Holden. His new show, The Joshua Show: Episode 2, could cheer up even the grumpiest grump.
New York, Kelela (3/2): Kelela is a singer and songwriter hailing from Washington D.C, United States who was born in 1983.
New York, Kick off Armory Show Week with Marko Stout (3/2): Marko Stout Solo Exhibition Opening Night VIP Party at Artifact Gallery, SoHo:: Meet NYC's hottest artist, his models, celebrities, collectors, dealers and other cool art fans! DJ and wine! Free ticke
New York, Kool & The Gang (3/2): Kool & the Gang have influenced the music of three generations.
New York, Kora Feder (2/24): Kora Feder (pronounced Fee-dr) is a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and singer.
New York, Kosher Wine Seminar (3/3): This exclusive, seated wine seminar with be led by kosher wine authorities Gabriel Geller of Royal Wine Corp & Gary Landsman of Taste Wine Company to benefit #SaveBennyAndJosh.
New York, Larry Fuller Trio NYC (3/2): Based in New York City, Larry Fuller is an internationally acclaimed jazz pianist, band leader, and collaborator with the giants of jazz. He is known by critics to "swing like a beast!”.