Best New Year’s Eve Events

nycgo.com staff

The City’s most popular New Year’s Eve celebration is a modest 6-ton ball drop in Times Square. But it’s not the only way to ring in 2018; beyond that confetti-laden display, there are parties, concerts, fireworks displays and even a brisk 4-mile jog through Central Park. We’ve listed some of our favorite options below; check our guide to NYC’s best New Year’s Day events for ways to follow up the big night.

Apr
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Museums & Galleries
The Book of Ruth: Medieval to Modern

Display of anonymous Bible book along with other Christian manuscripts.

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Apr
2

Museums & Galleries
Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution

This exhibit covers the life and career of the famed NYC concert promoter.

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Apr
2

Museums & Galleries
Climate Crisis: Environmental Change in Indigenous Americas

Here's a study of how climate change is affecting Indigenous cultures in the Americas.

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Apr
2

Performing Arts
Joyce Theater Spring/Summer 2020 Season

The spring season features annual favorites and Joyce newcomers.

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Apr
2

Museums & Galleries
Women March

Celebration of the centennial of 19th Amendment and other women’s victories.

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Apr
2

Museums & Galleries
Subversion & The Art of Slavery Abolition

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Apr
2

Museums & Galleries
Away from the Easel: Jackson Pollock’s Mural

Exhibition of artist Jackson Pollock's famed large-scale painting.

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Apr
2

Museums & Galleries
Making The Met, 1870–2020

Centerpiece of the Met’s 150th anniversary celebration year.

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Apr
2

Museums & Galleries
Gerhard Richter: Painting After All

Works of celebrated German artist including loans from other museums.

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Apr
2

Museums & Galleries
We Fight to Build a Free Worl

Artist-curated exhibition showcasing responses to social injustice.

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Apr
2

Museums & Galleries
Fever Dreams

Photographer Julie Blackmon snapped shots of the everyday people and places in her life.

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Apr
2

Museums & Galleries
Agnes Pelton: Desert Transcendentalist

See the first solo show dedicated to Pelton's abstract painting.

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