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Events 2019

TD Five Boro Bike Tour

TD Five Boro Bike Tour

The Commerce Bank Five Boro Bike Tour is the biggest cycling event in the USA, seeing 30,000 cyclists pedalling through the five boroughs of New York City on 42 miles (68km) of traffic-free avenues, highways, and bridges. This includes the world's longest single-span suspension...  see full details

NYC Pride Parade

Gay Pride Week and March

Rainbow flags flutter in Greenwich Village and crowds of people dress up in outrageous costumes during New York's Lesbian and Gay Pride Week, with numerous events arranged to commemorate the Stonewall Riot and to show support for the LGBT community of New York City. Highlights...  see full details

Macy's Fireworks

Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular

Independence Day is celebrated throughout the States, but nowhere more than in New York City. Although many locals leave to spend the holiday on Long Island or in Upstate New York, thousands of others stay behind to watch Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular. This...  see full details

US Open Tennis Tournament

US Open Tennis Tournament

The top names and seeds in international tennis vie for victory in the final Grand Slam event of the season in New York each year. Singles, doubles, mens and ladies and mixed doubles, make up the five separate tournaments within the championship. First played...  see full details

Central Park SummerStage

Central Park SummerStage

Summer Stage is one of New York's greatest institutions, Central Park filling up every summer with music, theatre, opera, and dance. There's a different performance every Saturday and Sunday afternoon, and usually Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings. Most are free. Some famous performers and musicians...  see full details

Runners draw near to the finish line

New York City Marathon

As the world's largest marathon, only London ranks alongside New York in terms of running prestige. The New York City Marathon hosts more than 35,000 runners from around the world, with a route passing through all five of New York City's five boroughs...  see full details

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Originally a harvest festival, Thanksgiving is celebrated across the United States as families get together and feast on huge helpings of roast turkey. Macy's Thanksgiving Parade is one of the Big Apple's most dynamic and colourful events, taking celebrations one stage further. With origins dating...  see full details

Times Square Countdown

Times Square New Year's Eve Celebrations

Times Square boasts one of the largest New Year's Eve celebrations in the world and the biggest party in New York. The famous lowering of the New Year's Eve Ball signifies the 60-second countdown to midnight and the tradition has become a worldwide symbol...  see full details

Chinese New Year NYC

Chinese New Year

New York City's Chinatown is the biggest in the United States and the site of the largest concentration of Chinese people in the western hemisphere. A visit to this part of New York feels as if one is actually in the country itself. It's...  see full details

New York Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week

The fashion gurus, gorgeous models, and Hollywood top brass attend the New York Fashion Week to check out the latest on the catwalk for next year's Spring Collection. Sadly, it's almost impossible for the general public to gain access to the event. Even so,...  see full details