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New York, NY

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With Broadway shows, world-renowned museums, jam-packed concerts, and championship sports, there's something to entertain everyone—and plenty of tickets available—in The City That Never Sleeps. Whether you want to cheer on the home team, grab a seat for some standup, or sing along to your favorite musical, there are so many things to do and see in New York City.


Arts-lovers need look no further than NYC to get their fill of culture. Around Times Square, the bright lights of Broadway flicker at historic theaters like the Palace, the Winter Garden, and the Richard Rodgers. The last of which has been home to the smash-hit Hamilton, which is widely considered to be the most significant musical of its decade—and also one of the toughest tickets to find. Radio City Music Hall is a stunning space that hosts the legendary Rockettes and their beloved Christmas Spectacular, while Lincoln Center houses the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, and the New York City Ballet. At Madison Square Garden, the "world's most famous arena," catch a range of concerts from rock gods like the Foo Fighters and pop stars like Pink. The arena is also where you can book a seat to see the Knicks, the Liberty, or the Rangers take on their competition.


Speaking of sports, there are plenty of teams to see outside Manhattan as well. North of the island, The Bronx has been home to the top World Series-winning New York Yankees since 1903. In Queens, catch a Mets game, head to Brooklyn to see the Nets, or cheer on the Giants and Jets in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Soccer enthusiasts can sport their colors for the New York Red Bulls and the New York City FC, while tennis fans flock to Flushing in the summer to see the annual US Open.


If you're in the mood to laugh, New York is one of the best cities in the world to see both established and up-and-coming comedians. Big names like John Mulaney and Trevor Noah sell out tickets at Radio City, while Upright Citizens Brigade is the place to see future SNL stars before they've become famous. For a truly unforgettable experience, make your way to the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem, where monthly Comedy Clubs bring out some of the best names in today's industry.

For those looking for unique shows or off-the-beaten path activities, New York has plenty of that as well. You can catch a new play at small spaces such as Barrow Street Theater or Cherry Lane, embark on a one-of-a-kind adventure at Tannen's Magic Shop, or head to a drag brunch or late-night Cirque spectacular at Highline Ballroom. Fans of indie music won't want to miss the chance to catch an underground band at long-standing Mercury Lounge, while those looking to dance can take over the floor at Bowery Electric.

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