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New York Events - What's On When?

With a nickname like the city that never sleeps; New York has a lot of expectation on its nightlife. Although the nightlife in NYC is amazing, what about the day time? Well you’re in luck as it doesn’t matter what day, week, month or year it is, there’s always something going on in the Big Apple, day or night. With so many sights and sounds, alongside amazing one-offs and week-long festivals, New York will make your holiday unforgettable.

January - Chinatown New Year

New York is probably the best place to celebrate Chinese New Year outside China. With several days of celebrations, there are a number of free events held within the city, including The Firecracker Ceremony and Cultural Festival and the Lunar New Year Flower Market, followed by the Lunar New Year Parade and Festival in February.

February - Westminster Kennel Club Show

Head to Madison Square Garden and catch the pandemonium and excitement that is the Westminster Kennel Club Show. With more than 200 pooches taking part in this champion dog show, stare in amazement as the regal canines battle it out to be named top dog.

March - St. Patrick's Day Parade

Ireland is a great place to celebrate St Patricks Day, but if you happen to be in New York you can have just as much fun. The annual St Patrick’s Day Parade is the city’s oldest and largest; so celebrate Irish culture and the Catholic Faith on the streets of New York.

April – Tribeca Film Festival

This annual festival was created by Robert De Niro in the wake of September 11. Now on par with the likes of Sundance and Cannes, the festival celebrates film, music and culture, transforming the neighbourhood into a hub of red carpet glamour. With more than 100 world films shown, there’s even free drive in screenings – no car required.

May - Ninth Avenue International Food Festival

This annual food festival sees more than 200 vendors and restaurants come together to serve up various culinary delights, satisfying everyone’s taste buds. Taking place over 15 blocks, you can enjoy gastronomic feasts from the world over, with greek, Brazilian, Moroccan, Ukrainian and Italian cuisines all on offer. There’s also plenty of music, arts, crafts and dancing to go along with the edible delights too.

June – Pride Week

With a vibrant and thriving LGBT community, the city embraces this incredible diversity with its annual pride week. Fun for people of all ages and backgrounds there are various activities happening throughout neighbourhoods in the five boroughs of New York during the week. Pride Week culminates with the famous march down Fifth Avenue.

July - Macy's 4th of July Fireworks

Take a moment to celebrate one of the most historically significant days in America’s long history; Independence Day. With thousands of fireworks lighting up the New York skyline during the spectacular display, there’ll also be musical accompaniment from the New York Pops Orchestra and special guest stars. With millions watching in person and at home, waterfront locations are the best spots to obtain spectacular views.

August - New York International Fringe Festival

Lasting for two weeks during August, the Fringe Festival plays host to over 1,000 distinct and unique performances. With local and world theatre companies taking part, alongside hip-hop musicals and comedians who range from absurd to social commentary; there’ll be something to suit everyone. You could even buy a multi-day pass, to get a true experience of the Fringe.

September – Atlantic Antic

Head over to Brooklyn and experience one of the city’s biggest and best street fairs. Attended by an estimated one million people, the festival features a host of different handicrafts and culinary delights, with a mixture of jazz, rock and R&B music coming from the multiple stages. Alongside this you’ll find storytelling and pony rides for the children. This is a fun filled festival for the whole family to enjoy.

October – Village Halloween Parade

You haven’t experienced Halloween until you’ve experienced it in the USA. When in New York on Halloween head to the West Village and take part in the massive party, which features fantastically costumed characters, puppets, dancing and bands amongst the estimated two million spectators. This lively New York tradition is a Halloween experience like no other.

November – Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Experience one of the biggest days in the New York calendar, the Thanksgiving Day parade. Filled with school marching bands, celebrity guests and performances, making the streets liven up like never before, you’ll be awestruck when the true stars of the show, the balloons, make their way past. With millions of people cheering along the 2.5mile route, you’ll see inflated versions of Spongebob and Snoopy amongst others on this magical day.

December - Times Square New Year's Eve

If you’re in New York to welcome in the New Year, then the only place to be is Times Square. With more than a million people baring the cold and gathering in one of New York’s most famous locations, you can be part of the world’s most iconic New Year party as you embrace the Musical performances, balloons, confetti and fireworks whilst waiting for the ball to drop.

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