Holiday Concerts in NYC

Alyson Penn

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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

The Government Inspector
May
27

Off-Broadway The Government Inspector

Nikolai Gogol’s satirical play about political corruption

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Writing On It All
May
27

Arts & Culture Writing On It All

The writing’s on the wall—in a good way—for this art program.

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La Mer Wave Walk
May
27

Arts & Culture La Mer Wave Walk

Art for the sake of saving the oceans, at locations throughout Manhattan in May and June.

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Summer at Lincoln Center
May
27

Performing Arts Summer at Lincoln Center

Throughout the summer, Lincoln Center presents a number of annually recurring programs, each with a bit of a different theme.

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Building the Wall   
May
27

Off-Broadway Building the Wall   

This production from Tony– and Pulitzer Prize–winner Robert Schenkkan looks at the dark possibilities when good people to do bad things.  

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Emissaries
May
27

Arts & Culture Emissaries

Cognitive evolution is the subject of the artist's solo museum debut, which presents his video trilogy, Emissary. Cheng employed a video-game program...

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Bad Habit at Lot 45
May
27

LGBTQ Bad Habit at Lot 45

This Saturday party in Bushwick, from the people who bring you Hot Rabbit, is based at Lot 45.

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Education by Stone
May
27

Museums & Galleries Education by Stone

MoMA PS 1 hosts this chalk and brick installation.

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Today Show Concert Series
May
29

Concerts Today Show Concert Series

Grab a coffee and come rock out.

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Misster at The Woods
May
31

LGBTQ Misster at The Woods

DJ Amber Valentine’s Wednesday-night Williamsburg romp brings out stylish and sophisticated women.

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Q-Train
Jun
1

LGBTQ Q-Train

“Ditmas Park’s only queer party” takes place on the first Thursday of every month at Sycamore.

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Thoreau and His Journal
Jun
2

Museums & Galleries Thoreau and His Journal

In honor of what would have been his 200th birthday, The Morgan Library & Museum celebrates American essayist Henry David Thoreau.

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