Seasonal events

One of the seasonal events is the New Year’s Eve countdown, a huge crystal ball descends on millions of people from all over the world who come to celebrate it. This tradition began in the New York Times newspaper in 1907: the ball drop.

Located from below you don’t see much, but up to a million people gather to wait for the new year. As part of the celebration there are concerts by such famous figures as Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber. If you want to be part of this great New York tradition, you have to arrive very early to be able to be located between 42nd and 47th streets.

At 3 pm the main area starts to fill up and at 11 pm not a single needle enters. It is recommended to bring food and drinks, because it is possible that if they go away from their place to buy something they will not be able to return because it is overflowing with people.

The Empire State is the second most popular place in New York to say goodbye to the year, a great seasonal events. The building is full of lights and is the center of the most attractive fireworks show in the city.

The observatory is open every day of the year, so a great idea is to receive the year there. To be able to do this, you have to buy tickets well in advance.

Another seasonal event in New York is the calendar of fashion weeks in February with fashion shows, stricter biosecurity measures and the participation of important brands and designers for the fashion industry.

The fall-winter programming has a biannual initiative of male and emerging designers created by Agentry PR, in which about 10 brands present their new proposals for the following season.

Another seasonal event is that Hudson Yards introduced its Backyard at Hudson Yards programming with free outdoor events. For the first time, Backyard at Hudson Yards will host a 10-week concert series curated by The Bowery Presents featuring today’s emerging artists.

Summer concerts on the Wells Fargo Stage will be joined by Backyard’s most popular programming in years, including: live sports tournaments on the 30-foot big screen; fun-filled children’s programming and classes by CAMP and Union Square Play; SoulCycle fitness classes; a multitude of outdoor dining options with a rotating selection of food trucks, as well as JIBS, the marina bar and lobster shack in the heart of Manhattan that became one of the most popular tables in the city Last season; there is a series of outdoor film screenings to close out the season; and much more.

Another seasonal event is the 4th of July, one of the most important holidays of the year in the United States and in New York it is celebrated in style. If you are going to be in New York at the beginning of July and want to know how to spend this day like a true New Yorker, you cannot miss out on celebrating this great day. On July 4 in New York, one of the most important festivities in the country is celebrated, Independence Day, the anniversary of the proclamation of the United States as an independent country on July 4, 1776. With the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the new history of the United States as an independent country and New Yorkers celebrate the national day with parties, fireworks and, of course, lots of stars and stripes. Our great advice is that you can enjoy this day to discover the authentic New York, with fewer visits to attractions and monuments and more activities typical of this very special holiday, such as fireworks, picnics or relaxing hours on the beach.

Special boat tours that allow you to see Macy’s famous and incredible fireworks over New York from an unbeatable vantage point are highly recommended. In any case, there are many special events and parties that take place on this day in New York, so you will find many great proposals.

You can tour the Manhattan skyline on a spectacular Circle Line circular cruise. Enjoying the sunset, the spectacular lights of the city skyline and the colorful fireworks over the water during this memorable night.

Another of the favorite activities of New Yorkers to celebrate the 4th of July is to take advantage of the day off and the heat to have a barbecue or picnic in a park. You can attend Sheep Meadow (Central Park’s main green area) on this day where you will find hundreds of people enjoying a picnic outdoors with their family and friends.

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