- By kevin
- On Apr 10, 2018
- North America
- Travel Tips
Planning a trip to the five boroughs can be part of the fun, but there’s also a lot of ground to cover. Click the categories on the left-side navigation to find information about subjects that require in-depth looks, such as transportation and accessibility. Here we talk about the New York package and the infromation about things to do in NYC.
Things to Do in NYC: Music & Nightlife
NYC is rightfully known for its nightlife. Whether that means sophisticated cocktail dens, friendly dive bars or bottle-service-only dance clubs, the City’s after-dark entertainment is just as electrifying as it ever was. In this section, find out where to drink, dance and listen to music—all around the five boroughs.
Top Live Music Venues
(5/14-5/20) The 2018 Harlem Eat Up! Festival offers a sampling of Harlem's sights, flavors and sounds.
(5/1) Dita Von Teese brings her burlesque show to the Beacon Theatre.
(5/1) The Breeders at Terminal 5.
(5/4-5/5) Haim at Radio City Music Hall.
(5/9-5/10) Bon Jovi at Madison Square Garden.
(5/19) Yanni at Radio City Music Hall.
(5/22) The Kooks at Terminal 5.
(5/23) Pod Save America at Radio City Music Hall.
(5/23) Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden.
(5/24) The Glimmerglass Festival: An Evening of World Class Opera at The New York Botanical Garden. Join for a preview of the internationally renowned Glimmerglass Festival; romance, revenge, comedy, and a tragedy in a wide range of musical and visual styles.
Things To Do in New York in May: Sightseeing
(5/23-5/28) It's the 30th Annual Fleet Week in NYC! Festivities will be taking place all week long at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
(5/28) Catch the Memorial Day Parade Ceremony aboard the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Additional Memorial Day parades are held in Brooklyn and Douglaston, Queens.