Holiday Concerts in NYC

Alyson Penn

Wrap up 2016 on a festive note. New York City is chock-full of musical performances and concerts in the last few weeks of December that celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s Eve. Whether you’re in the mood for classic jazz, subversive rock or traditional holiday flavor, we’ve got you covered.

Holiday Concerts

Apr
24

Museums & Galleries
Keith Haring's Boys Club Mural

A reinstallation of Keith Haring’s 1987 Boys Club Mural presented by Lacoste USA.

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Apr
24

Museums & Galleries
Culture and The People

El Museo's 50th anniversary show features works from their permanent collection.

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Apr
25

Attractions
Frieze Sculpture at Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center is transformed into a free outdoor public art display.

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Apr
25

Museums & Galleries
Warhol Women

dedicated to the artist's portraits of women from the early 1960s through the 1980s

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Apr
28

Outdoors & Recreation
9/11 Memorial & Museum 5K Run/Walk

Run and community day featuring entertainment and activities to benefit the 9/11 Memorial.

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May
1

Performing Arts
May 92Y Talks

Jill Biden, Glenn Close, Eve Ensler, Joe Namath and more are on 92Y's May calendar

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May
2

Museums & Galleries
Queer As I

This special exhibit of 50 paintings by 50 LGBTQ+ artists represent the fifty years since the Stonewall Riots.

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May
4

Film & TV
Tribeca Celebrates Pride

The Tribeca Film Festival celebrates Pride with a day of films, panels and discussions on LGBTQ+ representation in media.

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May
4

Restaurants
A Taste of Rockaway Beach

Food from more than 20 restaurants within walking distance of one another.

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May
4

Performing Arts
Lincoln Center 60th Anniversary Block Party

A free block party featuring activities, performances and community art-making to celebrate Lincoln Center.

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May
6

Concerts
Björk’s Cornucopia

The Icelandic artist will perform eight shows backed by a chorus and cast of musicians at The Shed.

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May
9

Sports
New York Liberty vs. China

New York’s WNBA franchise plays the first of two 2019 games scheduled for Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.

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