Theater and Opera Schedule

Broadway shows

The Phantom of the Opera

The Lion King


Pretty Woman The Musical

The Cher Show

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Broadway 2019: season overview

Broadway and Off-Broadway Plays

King Lear

True West

Puffs: Or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic

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New on Broadway

Merrily We Roll Along

The Ferryman

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New York City Ballet

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

There is a very colorful parade to celebrate the Chinese New Year. Tens of thousands of people get out into the streets to watch and become a part of this celebration. If you are in New York City at this time of the year, you might want to spend several hours visiting one of the most exciting parades. The parade is held the Sunday following the Chinese New Year. The parade begins at 1:00pm, in Little Italy, and then goes through Chinatown and moves on to Lower Manhattan. It’s best to arrive early, as the event might have up to a half a million people attending.

New York Fashion Week

Fashion Week is held twice a year in New York City. The next year's fall collection is presented in winter, and spring’s collection is demonstrated in September. The New York Fashion Week opens the world series of Fashion Weeks (followed by London, Paris and Milan). Interestingly, the first Fashion Week was held in New York City. In 1943, since the usual runway shows could not continue in Paris because of the war, it was decided to organize a series of shows and combine them into a week-long event for the industry in New York City.

Dog Show

One of the largest dog shows in the world is held at Madison Square Garden every year. The show is organized and conducted by the Westminster Kennel Club that was established in 1877. The event itself was also held for the first time in 1877. Tickets can be purchased online or at Madison Square Garden.

Art and exhibitions

MET: Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection

Guggenheim: Thannhauser Collection

Whitney: Where We Are: Selections from the Whitney’s Collection, 1900–1960

MoMA: Constantin Brancusi Sculpture

MoMA: Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done

Whitney: Andy Warhol— From A to B and Back Again

Whitney: Kevin Beasley: A view of a landscape

Guggenheim: Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future

MET: Current exhibitions

Concerts in New York

Feb 14 20:00
Feb 15 20:00
Feb 16 19:00
Feb 20 20:00
Feb 25 19:30