You might be planning activities for Thanksgiving and the whole of November month, including the TSC NYC Marathon and Broadway theater launches. You can use our article to locate the top holiday activities, such as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and fantastic seasonal markets. However, there’s more! It’s better to plan live events in New York today to make your November month go crazy.
The Bank of America Winter Village
This year, the start of New Yorkers’ favorite winter holiday won’t even be after Halloween. On October 29, Bryant Park’s Bank of America Winter Village will reopen with all of its Christmas activities, dining options, and shopping. One of the nicest parks in New York City features a 17,000-square-foot ice rink that is free to use (provided you bring your own skates) as well as more than 60 food and shopping kiosks.
Festival of New York Comedy
Some of the most promising voices in comedy will be featured throughout the festival, which runs from November 8 to 14. Vir Das, Colin Quinn, Michelle Wolf, Tim Dillon, Norm MacDonald, Megan Stalter, Smart Funny & Black Live, Nick Kroll, Alok, Marc Maron, Brian Regan, Gary Gulman, Bill Maher, Michelle Buteau, Andrew Santino, and other well-known comedians are among this year’s lineup’s top performers.
The lineup was announced in a social media video that featured numerous important employees from all throughout New York City, including firefighters, food cart workers, and medical personnel. The comedy festival, which featured over 200 comedians and was postponed due to Covid-19, will take place this year. Over 100 concerts will be held throughout the five boroughs, including performances at the Apollo Theater, Beacon Theater, Carnegie Hall, and Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden.
A big new nightclub has your back, and this is the place where you will cherish live music in New York. On November 5, Nebula will open an 11,000-square-foot, multi-level club at 135 West 41st Street. Nebula will be the biggest club to open in Manhattan in years, with a capacity of 700 visitors. A 5,500-square-foot dance floor provides plenty of opportunities to display your moves. A mezzanine level and lower level with three private club rooms for private groups allow you to tailor your night out.
Consider extravagant karaoke events, a dinner party for 20 people at a table, or a small dance party with your best friends. This club can switch themes every night thanks to a moveable ceiling made up of six enormous video panels that can be moved and tilted separately or combined to form a screen that spans the entire auditorium. A celestial night sky or seductive, pulsating lights can alter the mood for a constantly-changing nightclub experience.
The Rink at Rockefeller Center
The Rink at Rockefeller Center’s opening day is set for Saturday, November 6, and tickets to skate there are already on sale. If you’ve never shut down the rink for that final late-night skate. It will be open every day from 9 am until midnight. Depending on the day and time, admission costs per person range from $20 to $54 per person. The cost of renting skates is $10. Local skaters can also buy a membership to get season-long access to the rink and unrestricted skating.
Hilma af Klint
Although the majority of Hilma af Klint’s works are kept by the artist’s official foundation and aren’t currently on display elsewhere, New Yorkers will have the opportunity to peruse a unique collection of her watercolors at the David Zwirner gallery on 69th Street through December 18.
The exhibition, titled “Tree of Knowledge,” concentrates on the artist’s 1913–1915 series of works, which were just made public to the art community.
Pack your bag and plan the events in New York today to enjoy ultimate fun in the month of November!