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    Calendar of Events


    • 2015
    • Van Gogh

      Van Gogh at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

      May 12 - August 16

      Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) brought his work in Provence to a close with exuberant bouquets of spring flowers—two of irises and two of roses, in contrasting formats and color schemes—in which he sought to impart a "calm, unremitting ardor" to his "last touch of the brush." This exhibition will reunite four flower paintings for the first time since the artist's death and is timed to coincide with the blooming of the flowers that captivated his attention. Learn More


    • Shakespeare in the Park

      Shakespeare in the Park

      May 27 - August 23

      Free Shakespeare in the Park is an annual event that is held at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. It is produced by The Public Theater, and attendance is free, provided that guests wait in line for tickets on the day of the performance. Shakespeare in the Park includes two productions over the course of the summer, and one of New York City's most beloved summer traditions. 

      2015 Shows: The Tempest & Cymbeline Learn More


    • Central Park Concert

      2015 "GMA" Concert Series on "Good Morning America

      Fridays, May - August
      7AM-9AM

      "Good Morning America's" sizzling 2015 Summer Concert Series returns for the sixth year to the Rumsey Playfield in New York City's Central Park, where music’s biggest names will perform free and live every Friday. GMA's Concert Series lineup is filled with an exciting and eclectic mix of all the hottest and biggest names in music today. 


    • US Open

      2015 US Open Tennis

      August 31 - September 13

      As America's only Grand Slam tournament, the US Open is indisputably the nation's biggest tennis event. Held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, the matches are a short subway ride away from Manhattan. 


    • West Village Halloween

      Village Halloween Parade

      October 31, 2015

      Every year, more than 50,000 folks parade up Sixth Avenue—decked out in some of the City’s scariest, most innovative and most hilarious costumes—while numerous live bands complement the ghoulish revelry. Come up with a creative costume of your own and join the festivities, or take it all in from the sidelines. For more information, visit halloween-nyc.com.

    • New York City Marathon

      ING New York City Marathon

      November 1, 2015

      More than 40,000 marathoners hotfoot it (or puff, pant and stagger) through all five boroughs over a 26.2-mile course. Stake out a lively spot—we recommend along Fourth Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn; First Avenue between 60th and 96th Streets in Manhattan; or Central Park South near the finish line—to cheer on the passing throngs. Visit ingnycmarathon.org for more details.

    • Thanksgiving Parade

      Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

      November 26, 2015

      For the 88th year, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will usher in the holiday season with familiar sights like giant balloons, high-kicking Rockettes and Santa’s sleigh, plus celebrity appearances. Begins at W 77th St and Central Park West; for the complete parade route visit macys.com/parade.


    • Ice Skating

      Winter Village at Bryant Park

      November 2015 through March 2016

      Located blocks from the hotel is Bank of America's Winter Village at Bryant Park which is full of exciting seasonal activities. Ice Skate at the 170' x 100' rink with free admission, peruse the holiday shops, or grab a meal or cocktails at Celsius lounge. 


    • Rockefeller Tree

      Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

      November 30, 2015

      The annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony is scheduled for Wednesday, December 2, 2015. The Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting is one of New York City's most celebrated events for over 80 years, and a world-wide symbol of the NYC holiday season. It's a perfect time to celebrate the official start of the New York City holiday season.


    • Times Square New Years

      New Year’s Eve - Times Square

      December 31, 2015

      New Year’s Eve in Times Square has dazzling lights, big-name music, balloons, confetti, fireworks, and a crystal ball that drops at midnight. To join the crowd seeing it live, arrive early.