The Ultimate Guide Of Everything You Need To Do In NYC This Winter: Shows


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With so much to do and so much to see, we decided to make things easier for you. We’ve created the ultimate NYC holiday roundup. From holiday markets, to pop-up bars, to shows – there’s something for everyone. Click through the links below to find all the holiday shows you need to see in NYC this winter. Get your drink on and be merry!

HOLIDAY SHOWS:

Radio City Christmas Spectacular

Expect to see Santa, wooden soldiers, the famous Rockettes and more. With new music, dazzling costumes and advanced technology, the show has grown to a new level that brings the audience members closer to the performance than ever before.

A Christmas Carol at the Merchant’s House

The Merchant’s House Museum is bringing this classic story to new life in a one-hour performance. Performed by candlelight in a 19th century home, audience members will feel like they traveled in time. Bonus: go early for mulled wine and delicious snacks.

NYCB – George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker

A must see. This one doesn’t even need a description. “The popularity of the ballet is immense and it provides an unforgettable spark to everyone’s holiday season.”

Elf: The Broadway Musical

Add a little music and laughter to your holiday season. This modern day classic is great for all ages.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical

Come see all your favorite characters and enjoy this holiday classic with friends and family.

Billy Joel

See the man, the myth, the legend, the piano man, Billy Joel, take over Madison Square Garden.

New York Rangers

You can’t have winter without a little hockey (and don’t forget the beer).

 

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