Editor's Choice Events for New York
Brooklyn, Brooklyn Cookie Takedown 2018 (12/16): This holiday season, you got to eat the cookies. Brooklyn's FINEST home cooks bake TONS of cookies - try them all and vote on the best cookie in the whole place! Chocolate Chip!
Niagara Falls, Gingerbread Wonderland (12/14 - 12/22): Weekends starting November 24 through December 22nd in 2018 patrons can visit with Santa Claus in the Culinary Institute’s life size gingerbread house and take part in activities
Westhampton Beach, CRESLI Seal Walks (11/24 - 4/28): 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
Brooklyn, FREE Salsa Classes & FREE Bachata Classes (12/15): FREE Salsa Classes & FREE Bachata Classes at Dance Fever Studios. No partner or experience needed. All are welcome. Meet new people and make new friends as you learn the art and skill of salsa danc
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Peekskill, Jessica Lynn- A Very Merry Country Christmas (12/15): Deck the halls with boughs of holly and break out your best Christmas sweater! Country music star Jessica Lynn is returning to the Paramount Theater on December 15th for an exhilarating, fun-filled fa
New York, ONE WORLD CONCERT 2018 - Hope & Love for Tomorrow (12/16): Join our ONE WORLD CONCERT 2018 at Jazz at Lincoln Center, featuring the music by our artists from around the world.
The world-renowned soprano and superstar Ms. Sumi Jo will make a guest appearanc
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Albany, Acro Yoga Workshop (12/15): This workshop is not only fun, but extremely educational & inspirational! Every month we play,, laugh, & are challenged with various movements that caused us all to raise a brow! ;)
Albany, Christmas - Expectations (12/23): Our expectation and hopes are low, especially when we think of something “spiritual.” BUT if something happened, would you have the guts to take the next step?
Albany, HOLIDAY Dance for a Cause (12/15): We at The Circle's Edge, Inc.™ are different from other groups by presenting something for those solitary, isolated, loners out there all on their own by offering welcoming social activities to such i
Albany, Holiday Rent Party and Social (12/16): Please join us for our second “Old School Rent Party/Social” at the African American Cultural Center of the Capital Region, Inc. on Sunday December 16th!
Albany, Keith & Kyles Ugly Sweater Party (12/22): Keith & Kyle are hosting the OH Bar Ugly Sweater Party. Grab those ugly (and amazing) sweaters and come to OH for the party of the Holiday Season. The party goes til 4am so don't miss it!
Albany, Klearly Magazines Launch Party (12/14): You're invited to Klearly Magazine's launch party. We are celebrating our first year of successfully publishing 12 cover stories. Come celebrate with us and meet the cover models.
Albany, Mark Hodgkins Live! (12/22): Please welcome Mark Hodgkins to his first performance at Allen Street Pub!
Albany, NFL Sundays at Martels (12/23): We not only have the NFL package, but plenty of TVs on which to watch it, so whether it's your favorite team you're looking for, or just tracking your fantasy team, we've got you covered.
Albany, Robbie’s Holiday Party (12/23): Join Me and the Ladies of ROCKS to help us bring in the Holiday Season with a BANG! The Holidays are all about being with the people we call family and here at ROCKS we are all FAMILY!
Albany, Solstice Celebration (12/22): All are welcome—this is an event in which children can join. Bring drums and noisemakers you have them. Bring finger food, if you're able, for our gathering afterwards.
Albany, The Cue Theatre Barnes & Noble Bookfair-a fundraiser (12/16): Join us for our annual book fair at Barnes & Noble in Colonie Center Mall! There will be performances from the cast of Willy Wonka Jr, solos by teen Cue students, face painting and gift wrapping!
Albany, The Eden Golden Garden Awards (12/29): Over 100 artists have shown their wares and talents here at Eden Cafe in 2018, but only 30 have been chosen to win the Golden Garden Award.
Albany, Think Pink Floyd (12/15): Think Pink Floyd delivers the sights and sounds of the classic Pink Floyd concerts of the 70's and 80's.
Albany, Toy Giveaway (12/22): Free for children ages 0 to 14 years old, parents must day duration of the event.
Albany, Winter Open House (12/16): GMA will be hosting an OPEN HOUSE! Come in to check out our facilities, meet our teachers, and MORE!
Albany, Youth FX 10 Year Anniversary Party (12/14): Join us as we celebrate our accomplishments over the past 10 years, building an organization dedicated to empowering young people through filmmaking.
Amherst, A Celtic Christmas Concert (12/15): BNHV and the Buffalo Niagara Scotia Society Pipes & Drums invite you to join us in celebrating the Holiday season with our first ever Celtic Christmas Concert! $15 Presale. $18 Day of Event
Astoria, I Need a Break Date Night 2 and under (12/14): Bring your kids to ACD Playspace for some fun. We will have, crafts and storytime along with Play! Let your child have a great night while you enjoy some late night adult time.
Astoria, Sweet Afton Holiday Mini Market (12/16): It's our 9th annual Sweet Afton Holiday Mini Market on Sunday, December 16th and we hope everyone will join in to celebrate the holiday season!
Auburn, Scrooge: the Musical (12/7 - 12/15): The Holiday Tradition returns to the Auburn Public Theater stage!!
Ballston Spa, Candle Making with Santa (12/15): Celebrate the holiday season by creating a candle with Santa at Candle-Collective on Saturday, December 15, 2018! Pose It Photography will be here taking photos with Santa that you can take home with
Bayside, Annual Holiday Concert (12/16): Jennifer Gliere, soprano. Byron Singleton, tenor. Nathan Bahny, bass-baritone
Bayside, Little Baker Christmas Cookie Decorating (12/15): Join us at Supper Room where kids can decorate their own cookies and gift for a family or friend. Bring an unwrapped toy and it will be donated to a child in need. Event Date: Dec 15th 2018, 2-5 pm.
Bayside, Shop & Drop (12/22): Kids driving you nuts? Drop them off with us while you finish your holiday shopping, cooking or wrapping! Movies, pizza, crafts, games, dancing and more!
Binghamton, A Humane Holiday Party and Happy Hour (12/21): We are teaming up with The Holiday Inn Binghamton and The Humane Society of Broome County for a Unique Fundraiser. Friday December 21st 4pm - 8pm
Binghamton, An Evening of Beatlemania with The Hofners (12/14): Relive "The Beatles" experience or experience it for the first time as The Hofners put on a world class Beatles tribute show! Doors Open at 6:00 pm. Show Starts at 8:00 pm
Binghamton, Chenango Valley Elementary 3rd Grade Student Art (1/4): It’s dark outside and cold but join us for a splash of color and vibrancy as we welcome the 3rd grade students from Ms. Vesci’s art class at Chenango Valley Elementary School!
Binghamton, Citreas Holiday Pajama Party! (12/23): What is better than being in your PJs all day?! Being in them, and eating delicious food! Free zeppoles away to those who wear pajamas!
Binghamton, Jason Wicks Live At Touch Of Texas (12/15): Come on out to Touch Of Texas when Jason Wicks returns to play your favorite classic and current country songs. Guaranteed to be a boot stompin' good time!
Binghamton, Jokes for Coats II (12/14): Taury Seward is hosting the event and he's invited Delia Blackman, CJ Youmans, Ania Kalashnikova, Seth Ruddick, Mike Peters, Bryan Walsh and Mike Ciurzynski to perform.
Binghamton, Mommy & Me Unicorn Ornament Craft (12/14): Grab your daughter, granddaughter, niece, sister or friend and join us in making these adorable unicorn ornaments that any little girl would love! Each set of child and adult is $30.
Binghamton, Winter Evening/Snowman glass cubes (12/21): Join us Friday December 21 at 6 pm. for Winter Evening/Snowman glass cube class. Register by Wednesday December 12 for the earlybird discount of $30 add a second cube for $15.
Binghamton, Winter Walk Date-Night, Painting Class (12/21): You paint one half, your date paints the other, to form one large painting! Join us as our artist guides you and your date to paint this “Winter Walk” step by step on (2) 16×20 canvas’s!
Binghamton, Wreaths Across America 2018 (12/15): It is a non-profit organization which remembers fallen soldiers, honor those who served and their families, and teaches future generations about the sacrifices made to preserve our freedom.
Bronx, A Birthday Party for Jesus (12/22): You are invited to a Birthday Party for Jesus at AMBASSADOR PENTECOSTAL CHURCH IN CHRIST. Saturday, December 22, 2018, 2:00–4:30 PM
Bronx, A Bronx Christmas Tale (12/23): Newsong Church is delighted to present a fun-filled tale of Gods redemption! Bring the whole family out to experience "A Bronx Christmas Tale!"
Bronx, B.H. Mpowerment Karaoke night (12/14): Can you sang? BOOM! Health is having a Karaoke night. Come and join us in singing your favorite song or Christmas song. Food and Music will be provided. Come and share your experiences.
Bronx, Candlemaking with Essential Oils (12/15): Freshen your home while experiencing the soothing benefits of essential oils. Create custom-scented aromatherapy soy candles using essential oils to invigorate, calm, or heal.
Bronx, Hibernation Celebration 2018 (12/14): Celebrate the end of Rocking the Boat's fall semester along with our students, apprentices, and members of the Hunts Point community!
Bronx, Melrose Parranda (12/21): Join us for our annual Melrose Parranda: Our Puerto Rican Christmas caroling procession through the Melrose section of the Bronx!
Bronx, Movie - Toy Story (12/22): A cowboy doll is profoundly threatened and jealous when a new spaceman figure supplants him as top toy in a boy's room.
Bronx, Pre New Years Eve Comedy Show (12/29): BLACK & GOLD PRODUCTIONS. Pre - New Years Eve Comedy Show. FEATURING "THE GANGSTER OF COMEDY" CAPONE & FRIENDS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29TH 2018
Bronx, VBLI Mens Sixs Volleyball Tournament (12/22): Format / Level: Men's Six's - A / BB - Tournament. Prizes: Will be awarded to the first place teams in each division. Entry Fee: Without loyalty rewards, $200/Team of 7 Players.
Bronx, Yamulee Christmas Salsa Social (12/21): Join us on Friday December 21st 2018 as we bring in the Christmas Festivities at our “Uptown Boogie Down Bronx Classic" salsa social with the best salsa in town.
Brooklyn, 6th Annual Gingerbread Party (12/14 - 12/15): This holiday season The Art Room is once again offering our annual gingerbread house/pizza party for children ages 4+.
Brooklyn, 7th Annual Gingerbread Ship Workshop (12/15): Join BLDG 92 for an afternoon celebrating the Naval history of the Yard designed specifically for children ages 4 – 10 years of age.
Brooklyn, Adeline Hotel (12/28): Inspired by Bert Jansch and Tiny Ruins, this is the most collaborative AH work to date, featuring a great crew including Will Stratton, Ben Seretan, Sean Mullins, Andrew Stocker, Cassandra Jenkins and
Brooklyn, Africa Diaspora Dance Class (12/15): African Diaspora Dance Class taught by Dani Criss, a Mark Morris Dance Group instructor in partership with University Settlements ATLANTIC TERMINAL COMMUNITY CENTER.
Brooklyn, An Evening of Reiki & Intuitive Art Making (12/16): Please join Visual Artist Alice Shockey and Art Therapist Robyn Oldsn for an evening of meditation, art making, and Reiki in collaboration with Glowing Heart Reiki School.
Brooklyn, Appalachian Apollo (12/21): Appalachian Apollo is a folk band based out of NYC. Their first album, In Dreams There Are No Deathbeds, is out now on all streaming platforms.
Brooklyn, Armani White (12/21): For West Philadelphia born, Armani White, an early defining moment was at the age of four years old, during a domestic violence episode between his parents. Screaming at the top of his lungs for the v
Brooklyn, Bad Rabbits (12/29): Like some kind of sonic Pulp Fiction, Bad Rabbits fuse futuristic R&B and post-rock for a slick one-two punch.
Brooklyn, Beacon Goes to Barclays (12/14): Come see the Brooklyn Nets take on the Washington Wizards! Friday December 14th @ 7:30pm. Tickets are $56.00
Brooklyn, Beginner Afro-Cuban (12/15): Learn the different dances of the Orishas (African deities of the Yoruba/Lucumi tradition) as well as the rhythms, movements, and stories behind the dances.
Brooklyn, Bonenkai _ year-end gathering (12/23): Bo-nen-kai is a Japanese word for year-end gathering. Let's celebrate the end of 2018 together at KWTC with friends - we will eat, drink, and play taiko together!
Brooklyn, Boro Bootcamp - Push, Pull, and Sculpt (12/14 - 12/16): In this fast paced flameworking class we will cover a variety of coloring processes and strategies for creating borosilicate jewelry.
Brooklyn, Breakfast With Santa (12/15): Bring the family to First Presbyterain Church of Brooklyn's annual Breakfast with Santa.
Brooklyn, Brittain Ashford (12/29): Her first full length album There, But for You, Go I was released on Paris based Waterhouse Records in the Spring of 2008.
Brooklyn, Brooklyn Cookie Takedown 2018 (12/16): This holiday season, you got to eat the cookies. Brooklyn's FINEST home cooks bake TONS of cookies - try them all and vote on the best cookie in the whole place! Chocolate Chip!
Brooklyn, Brunch with Santa (12/16): One of our most popular events we're excited to make some wonderful improvements to this year's event including new DJ Entertainment and an updated brunch menu.
Brooklyn, Bus Trip to See Jesus (12/22): The members of the Willing Workers Club invite you to join them for a Theatre Luncheon at the Sight and Sound Theaters in Lancaster, Pennsylvania to see the stirring production, “Jesus” on December 22
Brooklyn, Canine 10 (12/30): Canine 10 was started on a whim in 1943 when Dale Ensane & Mickey Dennis met by chance one drunken evening in a gutter. Their shared love of energetic music & grilled cheese with tomato lead to the fo
Brooklyn, Carlo Lio (12/22): Originally known for leading the pack of prodigiously talented Toronto producers, Carlo has utilized his trademark cosmic house and techno sound to cement his status among today’s prodigiously talente
Brooklyn, Carmen Rodgers (12/16): Time is something many of us take for granted. We waste minutes, hours, days or years wishing and hoping, rather than doing or positioning ourselves for our time. Carmen Rodgers takes advantage of the
Brooklyn, Championship Boxing (12/22): Being Eyed by the Super Promoter from England Eddie Hearns would love to take these brothers to Elite levels of exposure and make them one the Shining stars in the boxing world!
Brooklyn, Changing Tides (12/15): This event will raise funds to support the Lummi Nation’s plight to return Tokitae to the Salish Sea.
Brooklyn, Chus And Ceballos (12/29): Undoubtedly, Chus and Ceballos are the most solid, professional duo from Spain. Hailed worldwide for their excellent production works, including official remixes for world-renowned artists like Madonn
Brooklyn, Cipha Sounds (12/22): Most DJs spend their entire life in the shadows. No matter how well they control the crowd or dazzle on the decks, they remain anonymous heroes lost in the darkness of the booth. Yet Cipha Sounds is n
Brooklyn, ClockworkDJ (12/28): If you ask his loyal day one fans he is the artist formally known as DJ CLOCKWORK, to most of his newer fans (those acquired over the last 10 years) he is the “Official Tour DJ of Mac Miller” and a ke
Brooklyn, Community Guest Day 2018 (12/22): There will be beautiful music, an inspirational service, and most of all the warm fellowship of the Ebenezer Seventh-Day Adventist brethren. We hope to see you there. God Bless.
Brooklyn, Creative Mornings: James Sills (12/21): Creative Mornings is a breakfast lecture series for the creative community. Each event features a talk from a creative thought leader. This month’s event will showcase James Sills.
Brooklyn, Darker Than Wax (12/22): Ferrum is the unveiling of Deep Shoq's newer, grittier sound. The producer’s latest EP with Darker Than Wax reflects a personal concept that represents self-determination, mental and emotional strengt
Brooklyn, Dave 1 of Chromeo (12/22): Dec 22, 2018. Free with RSVP before 11:00 PM. 21+
Brooklyn, Doc Scott (12/22): Now in 2006, Doc Scott is a true veteran and 'hall of famer' of the drum n bass scene, but is still as excited by it as ever.
Brooklyn, E.W. Harris (12/28): E.W. Harris was born in the rubber capital of the world, lived for longest in the balmy South, but considers himself a native of no place more specific than America.
Brooklyn, End with a Book (12/14): Please join us to celebrate the end of the year with our fourth annual book raffle! Eight lucky guests will take home a special book designed by artists, including Aki Onda, Vi?t Lê, Hsu Chia-Wei, and
Brooklyn, Erika Jayne (12/21): Known for her alluring vocals, catchy melodies and electro beats, not to mention an infectious taste of decadence, pop vocalist, songwriter and performer ERIKA JAYNE is a bona fide queen of the charts
Brooklyn, Fate Still Rests (1/4): Fate Still Rests is an award-winning, immersive theatrical experience featuring new music, live performance and classic silent film.
Brooklyn, Free Form Vessels (12/15): During this one-day workshop, students will learn essential introductory techniques of glassblowing and the ways in which movement will affect the shaping of the glass.
Brooklyn, FREE Salsa Classes & FREE Bachata Classes (12/15): FREE Salsa Classes & FREE Bachata Classes at Dance Fever Studios. No partner or experience needed. All are welcome. Meet new people and make new friends as you learn the art and skill of salsa danc
Brooklyn, Gentle Temper (12/21): Gentle Temper is Ryan Meier and Marion Earley, an ocean-folk duo with a blues tide from the bayous of Boston, MA. Marion and Ryan met while attending college in Boston and began writing and playing to
Brooklyn, Gorgon City (12/28): Having established themselves as one of the most in-demand acts in the industry, Gorgon City have enjoyed stellar success over the past 5-years thanks to their unique blend of bass-driven house music
Brooklyn, Green Velvet (12/30): Green Velvet (born April 26, 1976) is the stage and recording name of American electronica and house music virtuoso Curtis Jones, hailing from Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Brooklyn, Hip Hop Nutcracker (Touring) (12/23): Celebrate the holiday season with NJPAC's very own holiday smash - an urban dance retelling of the timeless fairy tale, featuring rap legend Kurtis Blow as special guest MC.
Brooklyn, Jazz Age Tea Dance (12/16): Michael Arenella and his Dreamland Orchestra is the world's premier Jazz-Age dance orchestra, steeped in the hot-dance band tradition of the 1920's and early 1930's.
Brooklyn, Joanna Teters (1/4): Joanna Teters is carving a place for herself in the hearts and minds of today’s music lovers with original, forward-thinking, new-school soul.
Brooklyn, John Barera (1/4): John Barera is a DJ/Producer & Label owner based in New York City. He has been active as a DJ for 15 years and his musical style weaves mostly between techno and house. Resident Advisor called him one
Brooklyn, Josh Sharp (12/28): Grew up in Southern California 15 years, and now living on the beautiful island of Oahu.
Brooklyn, La Fleur (12/21): Don’t even think about putting Sweden’s La Fleur into a box. For a start, she’s had too many twists and turns in her career to be edged into one particular corner. She actually started her working lif
Brooklyn, Langis Wolf (12/21): Langis Wolf is an electronic music producer and DJ from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. The alias, taken on by Danny Fetter; is Signal Flow, the veins of electronic music, spelled backwards. Through variou
Brooklyn, Light Warriors (12/22): Light Warriors channels energetic vibrations for kind souls and spirit-portal-seekers riding the thrill of every moment.
Brooklyn, Lily Mao Band - The Way Station 12/22 (12/22): Lily Mao featuring Nate Jasensky on electric guitar and Zach Rescignano on drums. Loud and fun, you can check out Lily Mao's debut album "Run to Madness" on iTunes, Spotify, Youtube, etc.
Brooklyn, Lorens Chuno (12/22): Lorens Chuno’s audiences have praised his sets as energy-filled, inherently captivating, and potentially educative. His sound can be broadly described as Jazz-fusion with noticeable West-African influ
Brooklyn, Low Dose (12/29): "Completely devastated", sighs LOW DOSE vocalist Itarya Rosenberg as she recalls her state of mind while penning the lyrics to the band's very first songs. Yet the complexity of human grief is made up
Brooklyn, Lunch & Learn: Applied Empathy (12/30): Join Rae Cohen Bernamoff, Strategy and Design Director at Sub Rosa, for a participatory workshop designed to help you connect to others, and yourself, with greater empathy.
Brooklyn, Maliibu Miitch (12/21): Bronxnite, Maliibu Miitch is not your quintessential rapper. Her sound is a raw blend of, "No Plan B," mixed with a plethora of crass unwavering relentlessness that one would expect from a person who
Brooklyn, Marco Weibel (12/22): Brought up on a soul diet, DJ / selector Marco, dabbles in things deep, funky, diverse and raw. Originally from Singapore, Marco is one of the brightest selectors to have emerged out of the South-East
Brooklyn, Mdou Moctar (1/4): Friday, January 4th at Baby's All Right. $15 | 21+
Brooklyn, Movement for Brazilian jiu-jitsu (12/16): BJJ requires a healthy body and high Movement IQ. In this workshop we will explore tools to improve both, and how to integrate them into your training. $125.00 Full Cost (plus tax)
Brooklyn, Ms. Js Annual Holiday Party (12/15): Join us for Ms. J's Annual Holiday Party on December 15th at Ms J's Gymnastics & Dance in Brooklyn, NY.
Brooklyn, Natalie Cressman (12/30): Possessing a voice as cool and crystalline as an Alpine stream, Natalie Cressman is a rising singer/songwriter and trombonist who draws inspiration from a vast array of deep and powerful musical curre
Brooklyn, Nathan Barato (12/22): With his roots in the Toronto after-hours circuit and a profile that has since seen him smash premiere international platforms across the globe, Nathan Barato’s carved out a reputation as not only one
Brooklyn, Necro (12/21): Necro is a rapper hailing from Brooklyn, New York, United States who was born on June 7th, 1976. Since his debut, he has released six studio albums along with a host of mix-tapes, singles and extended
Brooklyn, Neon Indian (12/28): Neon Indian (formed in 2008) is an American multimedia indie-rock and electronica project, specialising in danceable jams with apt visual accompaniment, hailing from Denton, Texas, U.S.
Brooklyn, NERO (12/21): Nero are a dubstep trio hailing from London, England who formed in 2004. After making their debut in 2011, they became one of the most succesful dubstep artists around, hitting number one on the UK Al
Brooklyn, No Vacation (12/29): No Vacation began in early 2015, and quickly received attention for the nostalgic bedroom-pop sounds off of their debut mixtape, Amo XO, and surf-rock single, “Draem Girl”. A few months following the
Brooklyn, North By North (12/28): Hailing from the land of brutal winters and deep dish pizza, North by North have developed their own brand of infectious, spastic yet finely-honed rock and roll. They seamlessly toe the line between 3
Brooklyn, North Mississippi Allstars (12/28): North Mississippi Allstars are back with PRAYER FOR PEACE and couldn’t we all use one of those right about now? Founded in 1996 by brothers Luther (guitar and vocals) and Cody Dickinson (drums, piano,
Brooklyn, Nutcracker Rouge (11/9 - 1/13): Nutcracker Rouge is a glittery burlesque-inspired blend of theater, cirque, and dance that portrays an erotic and opulent version of the holiday ballet in Brooklyn.
Brooklyn, Organ Freeman (12/22): Known for their in-the-pocket grooves, tight-laced musicianship, and unrelenting energy, Organ Freeman has only just begun to break out. With the release of 2017’s critically acclaimed ‘Respect My Art
Brooklyn, Otto Von Schirach (12/22): Otto Von Schirach (half Cuban / half German) was born in 1978 in the swamp infested refugee world of Little Havana Miami. As a child his grandmother practiced Santeria and White Magic, which opened hi
Brooklyn, Phill Niblock: 6 Hours of Music and Film (12/21): Niblock’s music is an exploration of sound textures created by multiple tones in very dense, often atonal tunings (generally microtonal in conception) performed in long durations.
Brooklyn, Plastic Picnic (12/29): Plastic Picnic is a Brooklyn based band comprised of four Pacific Northwest transplants. The duos – Lute and Panerio, and Hunt and Taylor – developed their styles playing in separate Seattle projects.
Brooklyn, Red Baraat (1/4): From the moment Sound The People kicks off with “Next Level” – a wild and exuberant confluence of Bhangra music with anthemic, psyched-out twists – it’s clear that Red Baraat are very much taking thei
Brooklyn, Reggie And The Full Effect (12/21): Reggie and the Full Effect is an American pop punk rock band from Kansas City, Missouri and is the brainchild of James Dewees.
Brooklyn, Rex the Dog (12/21): Rex The Dog makes and performs music with analogue electronics and a self-built Modular Synthesizer.
Brooklyn, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand presents Bold & Brave (12/15): Here are the stories of ten leaders who strove to win the right to vote for American women—a journey that took more than seventy years of passionate commitment.
Brooklyn, Shane Maux (12/22): Shane Maux formerly of hip hop duo Duk Duk Goose is a DJ/rapper/singer/songwriter based in Brooklyn NY but originally from Ann Arbor Michigan.
Brooklyn, SVMS Parents Mixer (12/15): Parents will be meeting the Parent Liasion Team at 333 Lounge on Saturday, Decemebr 15th at 6pm for food, drinks and conversation.
Brooklyn, Tengger Cavalry (12/23): Tengger Cavalry, or "the army of sky god", is not only a Billboard-featured metal band, but also a symbol of nomadic warrior spirit that connects fans from all over the world. With a mix of throat sin
Brooklyn, The Beat Brunch (12/22): .Check out a trendy collection of accessories ,mink lashes,and brand apparel while enjoying amazing food ,specialty drinks ,and great music at The Loft BKNY.
Brooklyn, The Felice Brothers (12/29): The Felice Brothers are an American folk rock/ country rock band from Brooklyn, New York founded by brothers Ian, James and Simone.
Brooklyn, The Get Up Kids (12/30): The Get Up Kids (formed in 1995) is a pioneering American alternative and emo band, hailing from Kansas City, Missouri, in the U.S.
Brooklyn, The Hills Restaurant Christmas Party (12/22): 2018 has been a year filled with ups and downs, but we made it! Let's eat drink and be merry together! See old friends and meet new ones.
Brooklyn, The National Reserve (12/28): For nearly half a decade, The National Reserve has spent its Friday nights lighting it up at a Brooklyn bar, winning over barflies with epic sets and a remarkable breadth of songcraft and showmanship.
Brooklyn, Toys For Tots Drive(xmas) (12/15): Pakistani American youth organization (PAYO) given free toys to kids bring ur kids to PAYO office December 15th sharp 7 o clock
Brooklyn, Vagabondz (12/21): New York Teenagers, establishing a new movement and sound. Changing the perspective on today's youth and bringing gritty bars with hard beats.
Brooklyn, Watercolor Card Creation (12/15): Students will learn basic watercolor techniques and then complete a series of watercolor paintings!
Brooklyn, Winter Carnival (12/22): MUSIC By @_Djslim @ByFarmega #ByFarArmy @HaitianLova & @DjLuko53 @Djrichratedr & @Prince_chiillz
Brooklyn, Winter Holiday Class Concert & The Nutcracker (12/16): Brighton Ballet Theater/School of Russian American Ballet (BBT) is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and developing Russian classical and folk dance traditions in New York City.
Brooklyn, Winter Slam (1/4): Throwing a party all the way to New York! Lsdvisions and Finite Fam brings you WINTER SLAM with performances by Radiate, Indighxst, Plan for Panic, Vermilions, Trick Blue, and Sleep House
Brooklyn, Zoume (12/21): Zoume takes the diversity of their ever-growing borough and makes it shine in everything they do. Rising up as the underdogs of their music scene, the band immediately began to gain traction in their
Buffalo, ~CHRISTMAS PARTY~ (12/14): ????It's Christmas Party time!????
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Buffalo, 2nd Annual Seneca Street Christmas Market (12/15): The Seneca Street Christmas Market will once again feature 20+ local vendors, live music, arts and crafts for kids, carriage rides through Caz Park, Santa Clause and light refreshments!
Buffalo, A Charlie Brown Christmas (12/1 - 12/16): Charles Schulz’s classic animations come to life in a traditional family holiday tale enjoyed by the young and the young at heart.
Buffalo, Christmas Party and Holiday Sing-along (12/15): We’ll have Hot Cocoa, games, crafts, cookie decorating, and a special tree for the children to decorate! Dave Granville will lead us in singing our favorite holiday songs.
Buffalo, Display: The Sculpture of Anne Currier (10/12 - 3/31): Sculptor Anne Currier is the recipient of the 2018 Langley H. Kenzie Award which entitles the awardee a solo exhibition at the Burchfield Penney Art Center.
Buffalo, Driftwood W/ Uncle Bens Remedy (12/29): Saturday December 29. Driftwood With Uncle Ben's Remedy @ Tralf Music Hall - Buffalo NY. 7pm Doors / 8pm Show
Buffalo, Festivus 5.0 at Hydraulic Hearth (12/23): For the fifth year in a row, Hydraulic Hearth, Community Beer Works, and Sean T. Heidinger will play host to Buffalo's premier Festivus celebration.
Buffalo, Gerald Albright and Selina Albright Christmas Tour (12/14): Saxophonist Gerald Albright was already an accomplished saxophonist by the time he enrolled at the University of Redlands, but he switched to bass after he saw Louis Johnson in concert.
Buffalo, Graham Cracker Houses with Explore & More (12/22): Make a graham cracker house in this popular program brought to you by Explore & More Children's Museum! Choose your session - start at 12 noon or 1 pm. Free & open to the public!
Buffalo, Happy Hour w/ Tony DeRosa (1/4): Friday, January 4th. 5pm. FREE. Happy Hour w/ Tony DeRosa. $2 PBRs and $2 off all drafts.
Buffalo, Holiday Craft Night with the Cafe Cats (12/14): Join Purrfect Cafe & Gallery and all of their furry cafe kitties for our very special Holiday Craft Night! We will be using green burlap to make our very own wreaths for display in your own home!
Buffalo, Holiday Trinket Take Home (12/15): Parents, drop off your children at the Y for an afternoon of creating and designing. Children are supervised by Y staff while they enjoy getting crafty with projects such as: wall art and more!
Buffalo, Home Alone Bash (Hertel) (12/21): Grab your ugliest sweater, the one made with the itchiest cotton & the biggest ornaments your Grandma could find, to win yourself some prizes & be remembered in lloyd lore til the end of time.
Buffalo, Howlday pictures with Santa (12/22): Bring your pet and take pictures with Santa!! This event is free to attend ~ Suggested donation of $5 (or more) to benefit The Niagara County SPCA!
Buffalo, Junior Mens Team Info & Try-It Day! (12/15): Welcome to any high school male between the ages of 14-19 years old. No experience necessary. Athletes of all sizes welcome. Come try indoor rowing on the erg machines, meet the team and the coaches.
Buffalo, Kurt and The Loders Ugly Xmas Sweater Edition (12/14): Come celebrate the holidays with your favorite 90's band! Keep warm by wearing your favorite terrible holiday sweater and singing along to your favorite angsty tunes that defined your youth.
Buffalo, Meet Me in St Louis: A Live Radio Play (12/14 - 12/22): Starring Courtney Maj, Joe Russi, Derrik Reynolds, Candice Kogut, Carly Luksch, Kelly O'Hara & Joe Spahn, this is the 1940's radio play version of the beloved film with music from the Broadway musical
Buffalo, MOB - Musicians Of Buffalo Christmas Event 2018 (12/15): All proceeds to benefit Music Is Art (MIA). Music is Art supports numerous Buffalo area music and education programs. Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Tue, 23 Oct 2018 at 12:00 PM
Buffalo, My Three Angels (11/16 - 12/15): Celebrate the holidays with this joyful comedy. The whole family will enjoy this show. Featuring Richard Lambert, Founder and Executive Director of New Phoenix Theatre.
Buffalo, Polish Cadets Annual Holiday Party (12/15): This event is OPEN to non members for $15 per person, FREE for our 2018 PAID members! We hope you will join us! All are welcome!
Buffalo, Salvaged: The Stitched Narratives of Jennifer Regan (9/14 - 1/27): The stitched narratives of Jennifer Regan explore the tension between life’s dualities as a reminder that all these experiences can exist simultaneously throughout the feminine experience.
Buffalo, Santas Cumming Party (12/22): Santa's making his list, and he's checking it twice; he's looking to see who's been naughty or nice. This is the list that everyone wants to be on. Door's open at 10 pm.
Buffalo, Terrace Presents Cookie Fest 2018! (12/15): Please Join us Saturday December 15th from Noon-4pm for the Inaugural "Holiday Cookie Fest" at The Terrace in Delaware Park. Kids are Free!
Buffalo, Thakn U, Flex (12/29): HIP HOP YOGA WITH LIVE DJ - KatieBkind
Buffalo, The Nutcracker (12/22 - 12/23): Neglia Ballet Artists, The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and Shea’s Performing Arts Center will collaborate for a celebratory 10th Anniversary to present Neglia’s ballet set to the classic holiday sc
Corning, Tree Pallet (12/16): No artistic talent needed, because we show you step by step how to complete your masterpiece. Bring your own snacks and wine (BYOB).
Corona, Huracán LCL Invasion (12/23): Performances by all Huracan Teams ! Huracan Dance Company. Tumbao de Huracan. Andre and Kiara. Tumbaito
Cortland, The Story of Ebenezer Scrooge (12/16): The Traveling Lantern Theatre Company returns with this interactive holiday tale! The classic story is re-imagined with just two actors, and participation by the kids in the audience!
Elmira, The Nutcracker In Motion (12/15): New Heights Dance Theater presents THE NUTCRACKER IN MOTION on Saturday, December 15, 2018
Far Rockaway, Brunch with Santa Holiday Market (12/22): Join us Saturday December 22nd from 12-4pm for our Brunch with Santa Market and get your holiday shopping finished! There will be a special guest appearance by Santa!
Flushing, HYPO Christmas Concert 12/22 (12/22): This Christmas, Harvest Youth will perform three concerts on the 8th, 15th, and 22nd of December. Join us this holiday season, spread the Christmas message through music!
Geneseo, Popa Chubby (12/15): Popa Chubby, born Ted Horowitz, has been hard rocking the blues in his fierce and soulful way for more than 25 years.
Geneva, Fall Open Drum Circle! (12/16): Two Herons Drum Circle hosts it's monthly open community drum circle. Open to all ages, abilities and no experience is required! All are welcome!
Getzville, Club J (12/15): Drop in any time to Club J for supervised play and activity time. No reservations are needed! Kids can expect games, arts & crafts, projects, free-choice play, and fun with friends and caring staff!
Glenwood, Kissing Bridge Instructor Training Course (12/8 - 12/16): The Kissing Bridge Instructor Training Course On Snow Sessions will be held December 8 & 9, 2018 and December 15 & 16, 2018, weather permitting.
Greenville, Stitch & Sip Night (12/15): Join us for our monthly Stitch & Sip Night! A special evening where we'll keep our Vanderbilt Room cafe open late and invite you to stitch & sip! Bring your knitting, crocheting, cross-stitch,
Henrietta, Holiday Lock-In (12/22): We'll celebrate the season with fun games and activities, plus all the jumping, climbing, jousting, and warped wall conquering you can handle - ALL NIGHT LONG!
Huntington, Bret Michaels (12/29): As a rock star, reality star, spokesperson, businessman, and philanthropist, Bret Michaels does more jobs in a single day than most people do in an entire lifetime. Depending on the hour of the day he
Ithaca, Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol (12/2 - 12/23): Embark on a journey to 19th century London this winter at the Hangar Theatre for our second annual production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol directed by Michael Barakiva.
Ithaca, Date Night Kisses (12/22): Time to sign up, show up, sip up & paint! One ticket gets you two canvases so only buy one and bring a date!
Jamaica, Hog: 8 (12/15): New York's biggest Wrestling Promotion returns December 15th for "HOG 8 !" Eight Years celebrated on one night. Meet and Greet : 6pm
Jamaica, Seeds Of Renewal (12/22): Seeds of Renewal: A season of transition. A Health & Wellness event. Come shop, be informed & enjoy! Open To Everyone! $15 Entrance Fee tickets available through eventbrite
Johnson City, GYC 2018 To The End (12/28 - 1/1): Join us in Houston, Texas from Dec. 28th-Jan. 1st as thousands of young people from around the world spend five days in Bible study, prayer, witnessing, fellowship, seminars, and sermons.
Kinderhook, Village Candlelight Night Open House (12/14): Kinderhook Reformed Church will sponsor the annual Candlelight Night Open House event on Friday, December 14th, in conjunction with Kinderhook Village’s Candlelight Walk celebration.
Liverpool, Sleighrides (12/15 - 2/24): Enjoy a picturesque 20 minute ride through the Highland Forest's winter woods. Sleigh Rides (or wagon rides) are available weekends, December 15, 2018 - February 24, 2019.
Long Island City, The Cultural Review Show (12/27): Join British comedian Dominic Fogarty as he brings his BBC project live to the stage at the Creek and the Cave!
Long Island City, The Socrates Annual, 2018 (10/7 - 3/10): Each year Socrates presents an exhibition of new commissions made by artists awarded the Park’s Emerging Artist Fellowship.
Long Lake, Bonfire and Open Skating & Sledding (12/28): Mt. Sabattis Geiger Arena. Groomed sledding hill and outdoor ice skating rink open at 1pm. In the evening enjoy ice skating under the stars, hot chocolate and a cozy bonfire.
Mount Vernon, Come Let Us Worship Him (12/15): Join us for another amazing night of worship featuring Gospel recording artists Benita Jones........Phil Thompson.......Naomi Raine....Dave McClure......James Dale.
New City, Harlem Gospel Holiday Celebration (12/24 - 12/25): On December 24th and 25th, this year there will be a one-hour authentic gospel concert in Harlem. Time to hear some foot stomping, hand clapping and soul feeling gospel music.
New Rochelle, Breakfast With Santa (12/16): Breakfast With Santa - Seating Reservations Available at 11:30pm and 2pm. $15 for kids and $25 for adults. Includes Brunch Buffet and photo opportunity with Santa.
New Rochelle, Breakfast with Santa (12/22): Join us on December 22nd for our annual Breakfast with Santa, with a full continental breakfast and a visit with the big man himself.
New Rochelle, Jim Maisanos Christmas Toy Drive (12/15): Jim Maisano's Annual Christmas Toy Drive to benefit Toys for Tots - Westchester County. Bring a new unwrapped Toy.
New Rochelle, Mens Night Out (12/21): Join us for a rewarding evening of exclusive offers just for the men. Earn Double Rewards points on all purchases from 4PM to Close. Refreshments! Screening of a holiday movie at 6:00PM!
New Rochelle, The Macallan Tasting & Engraving (12/14): You will be able to have any of The Macallan products we carry personalized by the onsite engraver while you wait!
New Rochelle, Westchester Clubmen 2018 Holiday Party (12/21): The Westchester Clubmen, established in 1959, is an organization of African-American men in Westchester County, NY dedicated to educating, supporting, and inspiring young African-American and Latino m
New Windsor, A Christmas Carol- Dinner Theatre Show (12/14): Adapted from Charles Dickens’ classic, the script was written by Frank and Kristen Marquette. This is the 18th season the Marquette’s version of A Christmas Carol is being produced
New York, 13th Annual Christmas Pageant! (12/16): The shepherds do the electric slide and angels come from on high. Join the Innkeeper in welcoming the Magi, villagers, and most importantly, the Babe in a Manger.
New York, 15th Annual COAF Holiday Gala (12/15): Join us for the 15th Annual COAF Holiday Gala on Saturday, December 15 at Cipriani 25 Broadway! 6:30 Cocktails/Auction. 7:30 Dinner/Program
New York, 1st Annual Holiday Fundraising Event (12/14): Come celebrate several Summer Program Accomplishments The CHAEBOL Group, Inc. helped to develop, implement, and provide volunteer services for:
New York, 2018 Candlelight Carol Festival (12/16): This longstanding Candlelight Carol Festival at The Riverside Church has become an essential part of Christmas in New York City.
New York, 29th Annual Holiday Fundraiser Party (12/15): Please join us as we celebrate a year of great accomplishments and our shared vision of protecting and conserving our coastlines.
New York, 4th Annual Naughty or Nice Christmas Party (12/23): THE 4TH ANNUAL NAUGHTY OR NICE CHRISTMAS PARTY!!! TEAM NAUGHTY VS TEAM NICE... WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?! FIRST 100 LADIES WILL RECEIVE NAUGHTY OR NICE ACCESSORY
New York, 6th Annual STRIKES (12/16): We are pleased to announce that we are once again hosting our annual Christmas toy drive for deprived & unfortunate children in shelters in the Brooklyn area.
New York, A Dancers Christmas (12/21 - 12/22): A Dancer's Christmas was a "Boston Holiday Tradition" for 28 Years.
New York, Aaron Knight (12/21): Some people become good over time at what they do, while others are simply born with the ability to do what they do. Aaron Knight is one that was born into the abilities of performing music.
New York, Above the Sun (12/22): Above the Sun is a rock band from New York City known for their energetic live performances, enthusiastic fan base, and catchy original songs. They perform in the tradition of the great rock bands of
New York, Add A Movie Immigrant Film Festival (12/15): We are thrilled to invite you to our Second Annual Add A Movie Film Festival. This year's theme is Immigration. We will be screening films by and about Immigrants. General seating/cash bar
New York, Adoration of the Magi (12/14): Jeff Morrissey, Baritone, returns to St. Bartholomew’s intimate chapel this season with his popular Christmas program inspired by the elegant paintings found in the South Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s.
New York, African Union Expo 2018 @ NYC (12/14): This year’s event is focused on helping the small entrepreneurs, companies, startups, independent artists, general contractors, & performers.
New York, All Stars Season 4 (12/21): RuPaul season 4 ALL STARS weekly starting Dec 14th. 4 TVS. Surround Sound.
New York, All Systems Go at Arlenes Grocery (12/28): NYC here we come! As part of our upcoming winter tour, we’ll be opening for Mike Campese, one of New York’s finest guitar players and a former member of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra!
New York, Amahl and the Night Visitors (12/15): In this heartfelt Christmas tale, the lives of crippled Amahl and his mother will change forever when they are visited by three mysterious Kings from the East.
New York, American Opera (12/30): Incremental progress. Monumental setbacks. Small victories. This is the story of American Opera.
New York, Andre Matos (12/16): Andre Matos is a Brazilian and world-acclaimed singer, musician and composer.
New York, Annika Bennett (12/29): Singer / Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Annika (age 17) has written scores of songs and performed extensively throughout the greater New York metropolitan region.
New York, Annual Christmas Dinner 2018 (12/14): Finnish American Chamber of Commerce New York promotes and fosters trade, business, financial and professional interest and commercial relations between Finland and the U.S.
New York, Anunimuz Gang (1/4): Anunimuz is known for fresh beats, and ill lyrics and great talent well spoken around the states of Illinois,Texas,Oklahoma,Mississippi,Georgia and Florida
New York, Argonaut & Wasp (12/28): Brooklyn-based argonaut&wasp creates a fusion of indie, alternative, and electronica. Taking inspiration from acts like The Clash and the late David Bowie, their genre-blending sounds make for experie
New York, Aric Grooms and Friends - A Comedy Fundraiser (12/22): Aric is thrilled to lend his time and talent to support this wonderful organization. 100% of all door proceeds go toward this fantastic cause that helps so many!
New York, Armenia (9/22 - 1/13): This is the first major exhibition to explore the remarkable artistic and cultural achievements of the Armenian people in a global context over fourteen centuries.
New York, Bad Santa Christmas Party Cruise 2018 (12/15): It’s that time of the year NYC, find your favorite Santa suits, hats or onesies & get ready to board the Bad Santa Christmas Party Cruise! WE ENCOURAGE ALL TO COME IN SANTA ATTIRE
New York, Barry Harris Trio (12/22): Barry Harris continues to remix & produce various genres (dirty house, alternative, hip hop etc.) consistently thinking ahead, living 'the now' and rarely looking back advancing his signature sound &
New York, Bedouin Presents Saga - Brooklyn, NY (12/15): Please note we have a strict NO BAG policy for medium, large sized and camelback bags. Purses are allowed but nothing larger.
New York, Blac Rabbit (12/30): Blac Rabbit is a psychedelic rock band created by Amiri and Rahiem Taylor. All original songs written and recorded by Amiri and Rahiem Taylor.
New York, Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow (9/7 - 3/3): Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow explores the struggle for full citizenship and racial equality that unfolded in the 50 years after the Civil War.
New York, BMS Holiday Spectacular 2018 (12/15): Join us for our annual Holiday Spectacular 2018! There's no better way to start off the holiday than celebrating with music and dance.
New York, Bonfire Falls (12/23): Bonfire Falls, an indie rock band from New York, combines powerful, intricate harmonies and lush instrumentation with poetic lyrics.
New York, Brent Birckhead (12/21): Under the tutelage of Louis Tibbs and Charlie Young, Brent Birckhead has become a dynamically versatile saxophonist of many genres. With a style incomparable to any, Birckhead has established himself
New York, Broadway At The Pierre Celebrates The Phantom (12/16): $75 cover charge includes set menu of canapés, welcome glass of Taittinger Champagne and one-hour performance. $95 VIP packages including post-show meet & greet with cast available.
New York, Broadway Bust a Move (12/14): Burn calories to Broadway's hottest hits in this high-energy, low-pressure workout class taught by a professional choreographer.
New York, Brooklyn Baroque: A Holiday Concert (12/15): Join us for an annual tradition as Brooklyn Baroque returns to MJM for a concert which will surely put you in the holiday spirit!
New York, Caitlin Canty (1/4): Caitlin Canty is an American singer/songwriter whose music carves a line through folk, blues, and country ballads. Her voice was called “casually devastating” by the San Francisco Chronicle and NPR Mu
New York, Camp Arcadias NYC Gathering (12/22): Join us for our first gathering for current families, prospective families, staff, and alums in Central Park!
New York, Candlelight Service of Lessons and Carols (12/16): Join us in the candlelit elegance of the Brick Church’s sanctuary for our Lessons and Carols service featuring the professional voices of the Brick Church Choir under the direction of Keith S. Tóth.
New York, Cantor in Residence Shabbaton (12/14 - 12/15): This event is sponsored by Howard Schulder in memory of his parents, Hilda and Jack Schulder, and in honor of the 20th anniversary of his mother's yahrzeit.
New York, Carlos Henriquez (12/28): Bassist of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Debut solo album, The Bronx Pyramid, out 9/18 on Blue Engine Records.
New York, Cassandra Kubinski (12/16): Pop singer-songwriter Cassandra Kubinski grew up in suburban Connecticut with her parents and two sisters, listening to Billy Joel and musical theatre. Kubinski was the valedictorian of her high schoo
New York, Champian Fulton (12/23): Born in Oklahoma, Champian Fulton has become a world class Jazz pianist and vocalist with international acclaim. She grew up with music in the home; her mother and father (Jazz trumpeter and educator
New York, Change The Game (12/29): Join Tenee as she celebrates her 33rd GAME CHANGING birthday. This birthday will honor youth and education through a fun-filled night of games, food, and music! You also don't want to miss the special
New York, Charles White: A Retrospective (10/7 - 1/13): Over the course of his four-decade career, White’s commitment to creating powerful images of African Americans—what his gallerist and, later, White himself described as “images of dignity”—was unwaver
New York, Chico Pinheiro (12/16): One of the leading figures in modern Brazilian music, guitarist, songwriter and arranger Chico Pinheiro is a remarkable presence in - and outside the Brazilian music scene today.
New York, Children’s Book Illustrator Series: Leah Tinari (12/16): This exciting new series offers families a unique opportunity to meet renowned children’s book illustrators and learn about their creative processes. Recommended for ages 4 and up.
New York, Chris Bergson Blues Band (12/22): One of the most talented bands playing today...from blazing rock to funk to soul to Delta blues and all that’s in between.
New York, Chris Tomlin (12/16): Chris Tomlin is another Christian rock act who plays to thousands gig after gig. Born in America 1972 Chris is the saviour of Christian rock.
New York, Circus Muse V (12/16): The Muse Brooklyn and A+S Productions team up for our biggest Circus Muse yet! Family-friendly fun, all in the name of Traditional Circus! General Admission: $20/adult, $12/child
New York, Conjunto Guantanamo (12/21): Conjunto Guantánamo - Sizzling Ambassadors of Cuban Folklore - have arrived with a freshly interpreted, classic Afro-Cuban sound.
New York, Consulate Saturday - December (12/15): The Consulate will provide its services on Saturday December 15, 2018 from 10:00AM to 2:00PM for those who could not make it to the Manhattan office during regular business hours
New York, COPWAs 16th Annual Angel Tree Celebration (12/21): COPWA is hosting its Annual Angel Tree Celebration. The goal of this annual Angel Tree Celebration is to make sure that no child is left without a Gift of LOVE this Holiday Season.
New York, Courtney Marie Andrews (12/29): Courtney Marie Andrews spent over nine months of 2017 on the road, with multiple trips across the US, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. That’s nothing new for Andrews, though. She’s been tour
New York, D T A W D D Winter Party 2018 (12/15): Plus post gig dance party with DJs Pickabar and Comadr3 spinning soul and reggae hits until the wee hours! Don't Trust Anyone Who Doesn't Dance
New York, Dana Fuchs (12/28): Dana Fuchs has never dealt in nostalgia. For this questing artist, it’s not about the rear-view but the road ahead. The next song. The next session. Tonight’s show and tomorrow’s bus ride.
New York, Daniel Emond (12/21): Daniel Emond is an actor, a singer and a musician living in New York City. He plays the piano, banjo, clarinet, guitar, bass guitar and ukulele (in order of diminishing proficiency).
New York, DC Heads to Africa Tech Summit (12/14): Global Tech Influencers to Convene in New York City for the 1st Annual Africa Tech Summit - The Final Frontier
New York, Dragons Love Tacos (12/15): A musical revue of beloved contemporary children’s books! "Dragons Love Tacos" by Adam Rubin, illustrated by Daniel Salmieri. Dragons love all sorts of tacos — except spicy ones!
New York, Drawing in Tintoretto’s Venice (10/12 - 1/6): Jacopo Tintoretto was among the most distinctive artists of the Italian Renaissance, but his drawings have never received the attention they deserve and remain unfamiliar even to many scholars.
New York, Drewski (12/28): DJ Drewski is originally from New Jersey. His entrepreneurship started at a very young age where Drewski nurtured a sincere passion for music. With the help of great mentors Cipha Sounds and Angie Mar
New York, Dyado Live at Petes Candy Store (12/21): Come hang, get warm, listen to some songs and stories on the eve of the holiday week. AND NO CHRISTMAS MUSIC. ok maybe some Christmas music who the hell knows
New York, Effiji Breath Class - New York, NY (12/22): Effiji Breath Work is a therapeutic process that is meant to be used as a tool to access parts of oneself that aren’t apparent or easy to get to on the surface. $40 online, $45 at the door
New York, Eric Slick (1/4): Eric Slick is often recognized as a drummer with rock acts including Dr Dog and Natalie Prass, but to label this octopoidal beast a simple tub thumper does a disservice to his immense musical talent.
New York, Erika Lucilles Harlem Soirée (12/21): You're welcome to celebrate my Christmas, December 25th Birthday with me! Join me for cocktails, small bites, and conversation. This is a Harlem Soirée. Let The Drama Begin!
New York, Escaper (12/28): Escaper is a Brooklyn, NY based band that blends rock, funk and jazz into a fusion of danceable spacey jams. (Ropeadope Records)
New York, Evan Petruzzi (12/22): Evan Petruzzi is a singer/songwriter from Long Island, New York. She sings with an unreserved passion that speaks an emotional truth. Combined with her catchy, melodic songs and her distinctive voice,
New York, Freeze Frame & Friends w/ The Gimmick and You! (12/16): Freeze Frame! is a musically improvised sitcom. What!?! Exactly. Our Dec. 16th show, we'll be playing along with our friend "The Gimmick and You"! Tune in! 6 PM on The PIT Striker Stage.
New York, Friends at the Falls (12/29): Birthed in Mahopac, New York, Friends At The Falls is composed of Jake Stam on vocals and guitar, Matt Montgomery on drums, Don Senese on the keys, Daen Walsh on bass, and Nick Gennusa on lead guitar.
New York, Gabriel Mayers (12/21): From his humble beginnings playing in the subways of New York City, Gabriel Mayers has risen to lofty heights. He's gone from entertaining New York City straphangers to starring in a Vh1 reality serie
New York, Ghost Light (12/30): Ghost Light is a true musical collaboration; five personalities, five perspectives, and five unique approaches towards one common sound.
New York, Gil Evans Orch. w/ Rob Scheps -NYC (12/22): Gil Evans Orch: Shunzo Ohno, Kenwood Dennard, Mark Egan, Rob Scheps, Pete Levin, Mike Mossman, Alden Banta,Alex Foster, John Clark, Dave Taylor, Conrad Herwig, Mino Cinelu,Miles Evans.
New York, Girl Be Heard: Unplugged (12/16): Girl Be Heard: Unplugged features new work developed over the course of Girl Be Heard's fall workshops and in our after school programming by our 2018-2019 company members.
New York, Givapalooza (12/16): Come and rock out with Empire State Music & Arts and Bkwildlife as we celebrate the spirit of giving, love, and of course music with our 4th annual Givapalooza charity concert
New York, Give Big Toy Drive (12/15): Join with Big Brothas Network to help raise toys for disadvantaged children residing in local YMCA Emergency Homeless Shelters. Cover: $10 donation with a new unwrapped toy. $15 without.
New York, Global Feast 2018 (12/15): Bring an international or favorite dish to share and join us for some live jazz music from the Magis.
New York, Gloria: A Life (12/14): History. Her story. Our story. GLORIA: A LIFE brings us a richly detailed tapestry about one of the most inspiring and remarkable women of our time.
New York, GLORIA: A Life Special Matinee Performance (12/15): Something powerful is happening at the Daryl Roth Theater in Union Square — but it isn’t so much the play that opened there on Thursday night, as the audience.— New York Times review of “Gloria, a Lif
New York, Good Old War (12/21): Good Old War will release their fourth studio album and first on Nettwerk Records, Broken Into Better Shape. Produced by Jason Lehning (Mat Kearney, Dolly Parton), and featuring lead single “Tell Me W
New York, Green Room 42 (12/14): This will be a great opportunity for me to premier some of my most recent compositions as well as feature some awesome guests performers.
New York, Hakase (1/4): My real name is Eben A Eleazer. I was born and raised in New jersey. In high scool, I moved to Philadelphia and, at the same time, started to play guitar. Around 2008, my best friend introduced me to
New York, Handel and Lang (12/15): The Grammy-nominated Choir of Trinity Wall Street— “blazing with vigour…a choir from heaven” (The Times, London)— returns to The Met with a stunning double bill.
New York, Harlem Gospel Choir (12/16): The Choir was founded in 1986 by Allen Bailey, who got the idea for the Choir while attending a celebration in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the Cotton Club in Harlem. The Choir presents the
New York, Haunted Continents (12/16): Haunted Continents is the solo project of Brooklyn based singer-songwriter James A.M. Downes. James has been around since 2002, knee deep in the basements of the American north east indie/hardcore sce
New York, Hayley Jane and the Primates (12/28): Hayley Jane & The Primates combine Americana, soul and rock & roll with rich lyrical imagery that electrifies the heart. At the helm is rising star, Hayley Jane. She leads the band through an infectio
New York, Hazel Honeysuckle (12/28): Hazel Honeysuckle is NYC’s “Delicate Flower”, an international burlesque starlet who has been playing dress-up all her life. As a dancer, singer, model, costumer and actress, she performs all over New
New York, Healing Through Pain Gala (12/15): A day-long event that honors 25 parents and 25 siblings of victims of violence. We share food, performances, speeches, art - in the memory of those we lost. At the end we leave knowing that there is a
New York, Heated Winter Wonderland Beer Garden (12/15): Heated Winter Wonderland Outdoor Beer Garden. Professionally Decorated Heated Outdoor Beer Garden. Bourbon Hot Chocolate, Spiked Egg Nog, & more Seasonal Cocktails,
New York, Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future (10/12 - 2/3): When Hilma af Klint began creating radically abstract paintings in 1906, they were like little that had been seen before: bold, colorful, and untethered from any recognizable reference to the physical
New York, Holiday Combo Dance with Todd Fellegy (12/15): Come out and dance in your festive holiday attire. Bring a tasty treat for the dessert potluck. Only $20 if you attend both sessions.
New York, Holiday Fair (12/15): Holiday Fair in NYC. Vendors to get your last minute shopping done. We'll have products for cash and carry and gift boxes for wrapping!
New York, Holidelic (12/22): Holidelic will shake you free of the Nutcracker rut. Written, produced and directed by Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter, producer, actor and dancer Everett Bradley, Holidelic debuted in 2002 at New
New York, Homeboy Steve (12/23): Stephen B. Antonakos, aka Homeboy Steve, was born and raised on the island of Manhattan, New York City, U.S.A. As a child he pressed his ears against the window of the West End Cafe to hear Tiny Grime
New York, Hope Hills Christmas Gathering (12/23): The Hope Hill community warmly invites you and your family & friends to start your Christmas off with a special Christmas Service at Hope Hill church from 11:00am to 12:30pm.
New York, Hot Topics In Urgent & Emergent Care (12/14 - 12/15): Including topics on: Cardiologic Emergencies, ENT Emergencies, Orthopedic Pitfalls, New Overdoses, Pediatric Updates, Deadly Infections, Urologic Emergencies, and much more…
New York, Huntertones (1/4): Huntertones brings people together around the globe with fun, imaginative and fearless music. Their high energy, horn-driven sound fuses inspired improvisation and adventurous composition melding jazz
New York, IAOTPs Annual Award Gala 2018 (12/15): IAOTP's Honored Members (The World's Finest Professionals) meet each other for a night of networking, red carpet event and great exposure to showcase their accomplishments and awards.
New York, Il Trittico (11/23 - 12/15): Jack O’Brien’s epic production of Puccini’s triple bill features first-class casting: tenor Marcelo Álvarez and soprano Amber Wagner are the illicit lovers of Il Tabarro.
New York, Intergenerational Jam Session (12/16): Here, Yamin and friends kick off the afternoon with a romping set of blues and jazz, followed by an all-ages jam session open to musicians, singers, and dancers of every stripe.
New York, Invitation of Hope (12/29): The Young Adult Choir at Convent Avenue Baptist Church is having a Christmas Concert directed by the world renowned, Professor Gregory Hopkins. We are excited to share, fellowship, and celebrate the b
New York, It’s Alive! Frankenstein at 200 (10/12 - 1/27): Commemorating the two hundredth anniversary of Frankenstein—a classic of world literature and a masterpiece of horror—a new exhibition at the Morgan shows how Mary Shelley created a monster.
New York, J.K. Lago @TheDelancey (12/28): Lets bring in the new year vibes together as we plan for this new beginning that is to come and get ready for all the good that will be upon us as well as the love we will share with each other.
New York, Jake Tavill (12/28): Soulful melodies, empathetic lyrics, and moving instrumentation define the music of NYC’s Jake Tavill. Drawing influence from classic icons of soul, funk, and jazz like Marvin Gaye, Bill Withers, P-Fu
New York, James Arlowe and the Primal Daze (12/28): Recording live in an historic compound built in the 1800's, the ghosts are in the machine and fill the spaces between this NYC four piece, capturing an ethereal energy on tape.
New York, James Chance And The Contortions (12/29): A key ?gure in No Wave, Chance has been playing a combination of improvisational jazz-like music and punk in the New York music scene since the late 1970s, in such bands as Teenage Jesus and the Jerks