Editor's Choice Events for New York
Syracuse, Salt City Winter Antiques Show (1/20 - 1/21): The Salt City Winter Antiques Show will be held on Jan 20-21, 2018. Featuring 225 exhibitor booths.
Uniondale, Fine Wine and Food Fest (1/20): Taste 150 wines, spirits, beers, and ciders at the Fine Wine and Food Fest, which also has gourmet food and craft vendors inside Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale.
Westhampton Beach, CRESLI Seal Walks (11/18 - 4/29): Join CRESLI naturalist led walks to observe, count and photograph seals at haul out areas and learn about seal species diversity, ecology, evolution, and status
Syracuse, RUNA (1/19): One of Irish music’s new “super-groups”.
Peekskill, Piff the Magic Dragon (1/27): Piff the Magic Dragon
Saturday, January, 27, 2018 at 8:00 PM
Piff the Magic Dragon is back and better than ever!
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Lenox, 36 Day Junfeng Li Sheng Zhen Qigong and Healing Retreat (10/14 - 11/19): In this 36 day retreat, Master Junfeng Li will meditate and practice not only Sheng Zhen Gong with students everyday, but also will share and deploy traditions of practice that can help students devel
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Addison, Reiki Circle at Mystic Rose Magick (2/3): Mystic Rose Magick Reiki Circles, are free and open to all. Newbies, students, experienced practitioners all come together to collectively connect monthly.
Albany, 3rd Annual Winter Fashion Show (1/28): RMHC Salutes Ms. Meghan Cahill, former local Miss America titleholder within the Miss New York Organization for her support!
Albany, 4TH Annual Winter Warm-Up! (1/27): On January 27, 2018 at 7:30pm, four regional bands bring their music to Warm you up and Shake out your winter doldrums with the 4th annual Winter Warm-UP!
Albany, 90s Night at Fuze Box (1/20): 90s Night continues at Fuze on Jan 20th with all the hits and all your requests playing all night long.
Albany, Ancient Egypt (2/2): Egyptologist and Guest Curator Dr. Peter Lacovara has incorporated the research and scientific discoveries revealed in the GE Presents: The Mystery of the Albany Mummies exhibition into a new exhibiti
Albany, DIY Smudge Stick Workshop (1/20): Let's make our own Smudge Sticks with locally grown herbs and flowers to protect our energy and relief the negativity from our lives.
Albany, Endu-Row-Athon (2/3): Orange Theory Fitness and Whole Foods Market are joining forces to raise awareness and funds for the American Heart Association.
Albany, ESYO Playathon (2/3): Support ESYO’s most important friend-raiser and fundraiser, and support the future of music!
Albany, Music to Warm the Heart (2/4): A concert featuring love songs, spirituals and more presented by select members of the Monday Musical Club of Albany.
Albany, Paris Time (1/26 - 2/18): A gripping and sophisticated drama that looks behind the headlines at anti-semitism in today’s France.
Albany, The Albany Record Riot! (1/28): Come join the vinyl-digging fun at the LEGENDARY "Winter Edition" of the Albany Record Riot!
Albany, The Big Takeover (2/9): Please join us on February 9th at The Linda - WAMC's Performing Arts Studio. Looking forward to seeing you there
Albany, The Kings Table Art Show (2/2): "The King's Table" is a collection of food photography shot by local photographer Mark K. Schou presented at King's Place, 29 North Swan St., as part of Albany's First Friday celebration.
Amsterdam, 90s Throwback (1/26): Ryan Estrada of Primo Mobile DJ and Craig Moore of Moore 2 Music bring you the 90's ALL night long.
Angola, Worship and Prayer Night (1/26): Join us again for our 4th annual Worship and Prayer Night. Contemporary worship songs, scripture readings, and prayer will help us refocus our hearts and minds on our Lord and Savior.
Astoria, Amber Lamps (1/27): Formed as a one-off high-school graduation party cover band, the Amber Lamps slowly expanded and transformed into what they are today: a trio of punk-rock-loving musicians writing catchy hooks with ag
Astoria, Creative Writing Workshop (1/21): Constructing Powerful Openings: A first page is the first impression. The first chance to make people sit up and take notice of your work.
Auburn, 2018 Hot Stove Dinner (1/26): The Hot Stove Dinner is back! Join the Auburn Doubledays to welcome Timmy Locastro Jr, Dennis Holmberg...
Auburn, Founders Beer Lunch (1/28): Please join us on January 28th at Prison City Pub & Brewery. Looking forward to seeing you there
Auburn, The Deans List Returns To The Tidalwave! (1/27): The Blue Blazers are stopping in at the Tidalwave to give Auburn a taste of rock n roll - Dean's List style. Oh yeah, there will be dancing ! See you there baby !
Baldwin, Winter White Gala (1/26): KiDS NEED MORE – Motivational Recovery Environments, inc., is a 501c3 charitable organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of families and children coping with cancer, life-threatening illness an
Bardonia, Wine Tasting Mixer (1/26): Come taste Traveling Vineyard's delicious, boutique wines from all around the world, enjoy snacks, mingling, play games and learn and share some wine tips in our beautiful relaxing spa.
Batavia, Polite Ink Sketch & Improv (2/3): In addition to sketch and improv, enjoy dancing, singing, video shorts, sophisticated humor, dumb humor, clean humor, humorous humor, satire, constant silliness and non-stop laughing!
Bayport, Womens Day Conference (1/27): Anannual gathering of Christian women featuring the music of Gracious Vine and guest speaker Joanna Fruhauf.
Beacon, The Sunday Swap (1/28): Join us with those items taking up space in your closet, attics and drawers.
Bellmore, Pink Floyds The Wall (1/28): School of Rock Rockville Centre is excited to present Pink Floyd's The Wall!
Binghamton, Celebrate 3yrs at the Den (1/26): Right after the candlelight class is over EVERYONE is invited to join us at the den for a little gathering to celebrate 3 wonderful years
Binghamton, Cocoa & Canvas (1/27): A cozy winter party and art auction to benefit The Memory Maker Project, so more people with Alzheimer’s can paint.
Bohemia, Almost Home Long Island: Comedy Show (1/28):
Almost Home is comprised of many dedicated and compassionate volunteers with the common goal of rescuing and re-homing unwanted and abandoned animals from private homes and municipal shelters and pl
Bolton Landing, Sagamore Ice Bar Weekend Pt. 2 (1/27): Looking for something to do after the Sagamore Ice Bar? Come on down to Frederick's Restaurant and Lounge for live music and dancing! Great drinks, good vibes, good times.
Bronx, DMZ Winter Wonderland Day Party (1/27): Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Delta Mu Zeta Chapter is the New York City Metropolitan Graduate Chapter providing service to NYC for over 65 years.
Bronx, MALIK Foundation Black History Gala 2018 (2/3): The MALIK Foundation Inc. will be having its annual Black History Gala celebrating and honoring individuals who exemplify the essence of true community service and have contributed to the development
Bronx, So Sweet Anniversary Gala (2/3): Join the Lovely Ladies of Sigma Nu Zeta Chapter as we celebrate 16 years of Service in the Harlem community
Brooklyn, 2nd Annual Gowanus Getdown (1/27): Join us at the Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club for two hours of beer, wine and all the shuffleboard you can play.
Brooklyn, A Valley Son (2/3): A unique blend of Southern Gothic, harmony-laden soul-infused roots rock & roll." - Billboard
Brooklyn, Alchemize & Create Breathwork (2/2): If we work with the idea that life happens for you and not to you, we can view most of our life experiences as catalysts for growth, healing and resilience.
Brooklyn, Allah-Las (1/20): Allah-Las are an American indie garage rock band from California.
Brooklyn, Amir Javasoul (1/27): Montreal-based Amir Javasoul is somewhat of a DJ’s DJ. Having grown up in Iran, he moved to Canada at the age of 10 where he learned the ropes of DJing after a Derrick Carter set in the mid-nineties s
Brooklyn, Amplified Heat (2/9): In a time where everybody has to put a label on a band to try and separate or distinguish what kind of music they play, Amplified Heat adopts Lemmy from Motorhead's philosophy....ROCK AND ROLL!
Brooklyn, An Evening at Wayward Social (1/19): The Funky Soulful Haveners, Gang-bangers of Love and disseminators of long-forgotten funk are bringing it to Wayward Social for a Mid Winter's Evening filled with music...
Brooklyn, Ana Sia (1/19): One of the west coast’s most celebrated DJs, this LA-based tastemaker is known for not only energizing the dance floor, but consistently breaking new sounds from all over the world.
Brooklyn, Aparna Nancherla (1/21): Aparna Nancherla is a comedic light entity who emits both writing and performance. She recently wrote for and sometimes appeared on the late, great Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, on FX-then-FXX.
Brooklyn, Aria Lanelle (1/26): Hailed by Afropunk as "definitely one to watch", Aria Lanelle is a honey-voiced singer, songwriter, and producer.
Brooklyn, Baby Shakes (1/20): Baby Shakes are a rock n’ roll-punk band from New York City.
Brooklyn, Balmir Salsa Social (1/27): Salsa social night at Balmir Latin Dance Studio LLC on Saturday, January 27th!
Brooklyn, Beauty and the Beast - The LIVE Musical (2/2 - 2/11): Join us as our theater company celebrates our 50th Season with this cherished Disney Classic accompanied by a LIVE 20 piece orchestra.
Brooklyn, Brooklyn NAACP 2018 Annual Meeting (1/27): Join Brooklyn NAACP at our 2018 annual organizing meeting and help the branch and our committees plan activities and programs for the remainder of the year.
Brooklyn, Building Interpersonal Infrastructures (1/21): A Workshop and Roundtable Conversation on Proactive System Building for Women, Trans, Nonbinary, and Gender Non-Conforming Creative Practitioners in Traumatic Times
Brooklyn, But, Pyrite (1/27): But, Pyrite is a hardcore band hailing from the streets of New York City with one goal in mind: bring pressing issues to light over fast guitar riffs.
Brooklyn, Bye Bye Empire (1/20): Staten Island's very own Bye Bye Empire has just released its first single, Around, and if that tune is any indicator of the future, the band has plenty of more riff-focused, electronically sprinkled,
Brooklyn, Cape Francis (1/27): Cape Francis is the solo project of Kevin Olken Henthorn, former singer/songwriter of Stone Cold Fox.
Brooklyn, Cinthie (1/27): Cinthie is a Berlin based DJ and producer, and the creative mind behind the Beste Modus and Unison Wax record labels.
Brooklyn, Coffee & Tea Festival (1/3 - 3/11): Taste tea and coffee, eat sweet and savory foods, and attend seminars at the Coffee & Tea Festival NYC at Brooklyn Expo Center.
Brooklyn, Color: Mixing and Theory (2/3): This hands-on intensive course focuses on understanding and mixing color, including shades of gray. Using botanical subjects, we will embark on painting exercises with acrylic paint.
Brooklyn, Danny Delavie (1/26): Danny Delavie is a Hip Hop & Alternative Rock artist out of Sheepshead Bay Brooklyn New York.
Brooklyn, Deep Sea Peach Tree (2/3): With the release of their self-titled EP, Deep Sea Peach Tree brings a new feel to a classic genre. Lush with addicting guitar hooks, jazzy pop progressions, and a garage rock attitude, the record boa
Brooklyn, Destructo (1/19): Destructo (Gary Richards) began DJing and producing undergrounds in the early 90s in Los Angeles, most notably creating RaveAmerica at Knotts Berry Farm.
Brooklyn, Directors Choice Showcase (1/26 - 1/28): Spoke the Hub presents the Director's Choice Showcase featuring winning works and artist's selected from STH's annual Winter Follies Production.
Brooklyn, Dizzy Bats (1/27): Dizzy Bats is a New York City Pop Punk band started in the summer of 2011.
Brooklyn, DJ Sliink (1/19): He took the reigns as Jersey Club’s first global star, spreading the genre from humble beginnings in Newark’s DIY party spaces to international culture hot spots like London, Paris, Milan and Oslo – n
Brooklyn, Emily Wells (1/27): Emily Wells is a performer, producer, singer, and composer known for her varied use of classical and modern instrumentation as well as her deft approach to live sampling.
Brooklyn, Enter Shikari (2/2): Formed in 1999 as a band called Hybryd, with Rou Reynolds on guitar and vocals, Chris Batten on bass guitar and Rob Rolfe on drums.
Brooklyn, Essential Oils 101 with Kierra (1/28): Join us as we learn simple ways to upgrade our health and wellness with the proper use of essential oils.
Brooklyn, Family Party (1/21): Join us for our annual Family Party at the Brooklyn Museum, the most fun, engaging family fundraiser in New York City.
Brooklyn, FLICfest (Feature-Length Independent Choreography) (1/18 - 1/27): FLICfest (Feature-Length Independent Choreography) is a festival of feature-length dance, with complete works by six choreographers, plus informal late-night cabarets, at Irondale Ensemble Project in
Brooklyn, Freddy Todd (1/20): Let's bring this back to earth real quick. His motown, soul, blues, jazz, funk, hiphop (and techno for that matter) roots are a given, being born just outside of Detroit in Southfield, MI in 1990.
Brooklyn, G. Love & Special Sauce (1/27): G. Love & Special Sauce is an alternative hip-hop band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They have built a reputation for themselves with their unique, “sloppy” and “laid back” blues sound.
Brooklyn, Gallons of Pork (1/20): Gallons of Pork combine extreme elements of metal, jazz, punk, funk and more into massive instrumental jams and innovative, improvised songs designed to shake the hanging meat right off the hooks.
Brooklyn, Greenpoint Cat Club (1/27): If you are passionate about the welfare of our neighborhood cats, join us for Greenpoint Cat Club, a new monthly meet-up group at Archestratus.
Brooklyn, Guilty Giraffe (2/3): Mat: Founder guitar player, he has written songs for years developing his "sound."
Felipe: A self-taught drummer who spent years developing his drumming working in different bands and projects.
Brooklyn, Hasidic New Wave (2/3): When five downtown New York improvisers with deep roots in the jazz tradition embrace the Hasidic musical legacy and the scintillating rhythms of the holy land, a new voice emerges.
Brooklyn, Hot Glass Cold Beer (1/27): Guests for Hot Glass Cold Beer will receive a unique handmade drinking glass, which will overflow with free beverages, while they watch our talented team show off their glass manipulation skills.
Brooklyn, House Show Reboot! TMT Trio/Jason Nazary Trio (1/21): Come on out and check out the new vibe. There will still be pizza. You should still bring your own beer. You will still be expected to 'donate' $10 to the amazing musicians listed below.
Brooklyn, J Hoard (1/19): In conclusion, Jonathan Hoard is a background singer, songwriter, vocal arranger, and teacher who is crazy about music and head over heels for life.
Brooklyn, Jamie Jones (1/26): Jamie Jones is a Welsh DJ and producer, hailing from Caernarfon. He is a member of the group Hot Natured, and has received considerable acclaim from respected dance publication Resident Advisor.
Brooklyn, Jason Vitelli (1/27): Singer-songwriter Jason Vitelli makes records "live in the studio", using a stereo pair of microphones (like traditional Classical recording) to capture an electro-acoustic rock band with strings.
Brooklyn, Jazz for Kids: Timbalooloo (1/20): Have you tried Jazz for Kids? Timbalooloo strives to fundamentally reimagine the way music is taught and language is formed.
Brooklyn, Jeff Derringer (1/19): Jeff Derringer is a producer and performer based in Chicago. He is the creator of Oktave and a resident at Smartbar.
Brooklyn, Joanie Leeds & the Nightlights (2/4): Joanie Leeds & The Nightlights- A kindie-rock band from Brooklyn, NY bringing the rock to families all over the country.
Brooklyn, Kraak & Smaak (1/26): Since the Dutch trio of producers Kraak & Smaak released their first album 'Boogie Angst' worldwide in 2005, the boys' act has steadily grown into a well-respected force in today's international club
Brooklyn, Lambo Show (1/27): Lambo Show has appeared on dozens of mix tapes that have been released by numerous artists across New York City and down south.
Brooklyn, Lola Pistola (1/28): Brooklyn-based Boricua Lola Pistola sounds is gritty and “falls somewhere between alt-grunge and noise pop.”
Brooklyn, Lucite Tokki (1/26): Lucite Tokki is a New York-based female alt-pop duo formed in Seoul 2005.
Brooklyn, Lyenn (2/3): Lyenn produces melodious sounds, ranging from angelic, soft whispers to piercing, tortured screams.
Brooklyn, Madam West (1/26): Madam West is a misanthropic psych-soul-pop band.
Brooklyn, Malignancy (2/9): Malignancy is a Yonkers, New York based technical death/grind band formed in 1992.
Brooklyn, Mega Bog (1/27): Mega Bog is the moniker of song-dribbler Erin Birgy, a Pacific Northwest rodeo child with an unmistakable laugh who was allegedly cursed upon conception.
Brooklyn, MikeQ (1/27): Based in New Jersey, the 31 year old producer is not only one of the busy DJs, but he also heads up his own “Qween Beat” Label and turns out a steady stream of vogue and ballroom tracks, re-edits, and
Brooklyn, Moon Revenge (1/27): Moon Revenge is a band led by MJ Parker. Other contributors include Alex Abnos, Charlie Gokey, and Emily Kim Goldsmith.
Brooklyn, Night Beats (2/2): Night Beats play pure psychedelic R&B music that spikes the punch and drowns your third eye in sonic waves of colour.
Brooklyn, Palehound (2/9): Boston’s Palehound, lead by fierce vocalist and prolific creative force Ellen Kempner, has announced the sophomore album "A Place I'll Always Go", to be released June 16 on Polyvinyl Record Co. T
Brooklyn, Papadosio (2/9): Papadosio strives to create music that is strangely familiar, and calls all walks of humanity to bask in a unique experience celebrating the one constant in an ever changing world: music.
Brooklyn, Phil Gammage (1/21): Phil Gammage is the consummate live performer, lyricist, singer, guitarist, and harmonica player who brings a unique depth and drama to music, playing original blues/americana. His new album is Used M
Brooklyn, PreSkool at Pool Backroom (1/26): Kicking off our 8th year of spinning classic and contemporary electronic dance music on a great sound system, accompanied by lights , fog and projections.
Brooklyn, Project Pablo (2/3): Project Pablo (Patrick Holland), Is A DJ And Musician Residing In Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 2015 Saw Holland's Debut Full Length Release I Want To Believe And His Inaugural European Journey.
Brooklyn, Radio Moscow (2/9): Radio Moscow is a hard rocking psych power trio. They have five albums on Alive Records and have toured USA, Europe, So. America and are heading your way.
Brooklyn, Regret the Hour (2/3): Regret The Hour's sound swirls with chiming guitar melodies reminiscent of early U2, and a heavy, yet subtle rhythm section gaining frequent comparisons to The National and The War on Drugs.
Brooklyn, Ronny Chieng (1/20): Ronny Chieng is Chinese stand-up comedian and actor born in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, raised in Manchester, NH, USA and Singapore, who graduated from the University of Melbourne in Australia in 2009 with
Brooklyn, Royal Thunder (1/19): It’s 2017 and after making perhaps the toughest album of their career, Royal Thunder are coming out swinging.
Brooklyn, Ruby Greenberg (2/9): NY based folk/jazz vocalist and songwriter
Brooklyn, Sam Evian (1/20): Sam Evian is a New York based songwriter/singer, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and Saddle Creek recording artist.
Brooklyn, Sammus (2/9): SAMMUS (Enongo Lumumba-Kasongo) is an Ithaca-raised, Philadelphia-based rap artist, producer, and PhD student in the Department of Science & Technology Studies at Cornell University.
Brooklyn, Sasha (2/3): Grammy Award nominee, four-time International Dance Music Award winner and four time DJ Mag award winner, the legendary SASHA is a man who needs no introduction.
Brooklyn, Saturday Volunteering 2018 (1/27): Our incredibly popular Saturday group volunteering activation is back for the New Year! Hurry, these spots fill up quickly!
Brooklyn, Slick Rick (1/20): Ricky Martin Lloyd Walters, better known to the world as “Slick Rick”, is a Grammy-nominated, English-born performer and the most successful British-American rapper in music history who is known as Hi
Brooklyn, Space Carnival (1/20): Space Carnival blends high-energy disco, funk and progressive rock into an interplanetary performance.
Brooklyn, Stranger Cat (1/27): Raised in the urban sprawl of Brooklyn, Stranger Cat—the electro pop project from Cat Martino —was born out of a respite in the wilderness.
Brooklyn, Tall Juan (2/9): Whether it's 'Punk', 'Garage, 'Rock' or whatever, one thing is for sure. Argentinian born/Far Rockaway transplant Tall Juan has managed to evade labels and put out songs that only a Latin Elvis inspir
Brooklyn, Teddy Midnight (1/20): Brooklyn based Jazz, Jam and Electronic band that will make you booty shake and shoegaze at the same damn time.
Brooklyn, Teds Dead (US) (1/26): Ted's Dead's music plays on contrasts; playful lyrics give way to political tirades and danceable verses crumble into pummeling breakdowns.
Brooklyn, Teen Girl Scientist Monthly (2/3): Teen Girl Scientist Monthly is a 6-piece rock group from Brooklyn. They sound like Ra Ra Riot and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah making out in the bathroom.
Brooklyn, The Carvels NYC (2/3): The Carvels NYC is led by Lynne Von Pang, former front woman of seminal NYC "scum rock" blues punk band Da Willys and later the tight hard rocking outfit Trick Babys.
Brooklyn, The Firnats (1/27): The Firnats are a guitar driven indie band composed of pretty boys Sean Flanagan, Griffin Low, Seth Itkin, and Kurtis Kunkel.
Brooklyn, The Funk Hunters (2/9): Borrowing inspiration from classic funk and hip hop, The Funk Hunters are putting the soul back into electronic dance music.
Brooklyn, The Golden Grass (2/9): The Golden Grass is free-wheelin, good-time rock and roll band.
Brooklyn, The Lawsuits (1/19): For years, Philadelphia's The Lawsuits have been known for a sound that cannot be pigeonholed into one genre.
Brooklyn, The Misters (1/19): The Misters aren't your typical guitar group. The band aims to write and perform their own strain of ethereal rock music, which ensures that each song will be equally moving and moveable.
Brooklyn, The Muckers (1/21): The Muckers is a four-piece Rock n Roll band From Brooklyn, New York.
Brooklyn, The Pietasters (1/27): This varied influence is what informed the covers that the Pietasters played and the originals they wrote trying to emulate their favorite bands.
Brooklyn, The Ries Brothers (1/26): The Ries Brothers (pronounced ”Rees”) are a brother duo from Tampa Bay, FL, who are influenced by their love of rock, blues, funk, and reggae.
Brooklyn, The Values (1/26): Genre
Electronic Pop Rock Soul
Brooklyn, Thundera (1/19): Thundera is an all-female punk/rock band from New York.
Brooklyn, Vaureen (2/3): Vaureen is a female-fronted alt rock band based in Brooklyn. Not for the faint of heart.
Brooklyn, Vibe With Us (1/27): New Year, New Monthly. “Vibe With Us”, will be every last Saturday of every month. Kicking off on January 27th, we have two special guests for the line-up: Kieran Meadows & Lotso.
Brooklyn, Vita and the Woolf (2/2): Driven by the anthemic voice of frontwoman, Jennifer Pague and supported by the dynamic drumming of Adam Shumski and guitar stylings of Dane Galloway, Vita and the Woolf has been melding cross-genre i
Brooklyn, Young Me and the Moons (1/20): Formed in Boston in 2014, Young Me and the Moons (YMATM) now plays in New York City and the East End.
Brooklyn, Youth Showcase (1/20): Hosted in one of Brooklyn's newest innovated spaces, join us for a day of empowerment through artistic expression! Your voice matters!
Buffalo, 10th Annual Winterfest (2/9): Get excited, Buffalo, because Winterfest is coming! One of the few good things about this snowy season is our annual celebration hosted at the Atrium at Rich's.
Buffalo, 2018 Buffalo Soup Fest (1/28): More than 30 local restaurants will be serving 75 different soups. There will be live entertainment, some surprises, great fun and much more.
Buffalo, At This Time (2/9 - 5/27): How are we feeling? Things seem unsettled and making sense of the current and the currents is always the domain of artists.
Buffalo, BNYC Winter Concert (1/28): Join us for the Buffalo Niagara Youth Chorus winter concert.
Buffalo, Charles E. Burchfield: The Ohio Years 1893-1921 (12/8 - 3/24): From the year of his birth in Ashtabula Harbor (now Ashtabula) until 1921, American watercolor painter Charles E. Burchfield lived mostly in his native state of Ohio.
Buffalo, End of Resolutions Beer Brunch (1/28): New Year's Resolutions are overrated. Join Hotel Henry and Resurgence Brewing Company for a 4-course beer pairing brunch! Menu to be announced.
Buffalo, Free Hip Hop Demo Classes for Adults (1/28): We have been blessed with a 2nd year in business as a traveling adult Hip Hop dance studio that is thrilled to bring you another FUN AND FREE Open House with demos of our engagingly...
Buffalo, Jordans Second Annual SOUPer Bowls (1/28): Do you prefer eating soup to cooking it? Come help us chose which soup has what it takes to be named The Best! No fee for taste testers.
Buffalo, LIM loonnnngggg Flow with Seafox (2/4): Join Kath each month for a sweet, sticky, 2-hour vinyasa class. We will move, breathe and explore the good stuff on our mats.
Buffalo, Lumagination 2018 (1/27 - 2/24): Lumagination will take visitors on a spectacular walk through the Botanical Gardens to experience creatively themed greenhouses, interactive entertainment and so much more!
Buffalo, Milton Rogovin: A Trip to Chile: 50 Years After (12/8 - 3/25): From the year of his birth in Ashtabula Harbor (now Ashtabula) until 1921, American watercolor painter Charles E. Burchfield lived mostly in his native state of Ohio.
Buffalo, Reiki Healing Circle (1/20): Reiki circles are gatherings of Reiki practitioners to practice Reiki as a group.
Buffalo, Sword Dance 1-Day Intro Class (1/20): Learn Balance Techniques & Combinations for Belly Dancing with a Sword. This workshop will be broken down to three, twenty minute sections, with two, five minute breaks to take notes.
Buffalo, Way Back When: An Evening of One Acts (2/2 - 2/24): An evening of one acts, written by local playwrights Grant Golden and Rebecca Ritchie, question faith in a funny and touchingly human way!
Buffalo, Window to Wall: Art from Architecture (11/18 - 3/18): What does architecture look like? Although manmade structures surround us, we generally only notice them in passing, as background to our daily lives.
Buffalo, Winter Gala 2018 (1/27): Explore Buffalo’s 2018 Winter Gala will be at the Hotel at the Lafayette! Join us on Saturday, January 27th to support the continued growth of Explore Buffalo.
Buffalo, WNY Group 2018 Military Ball (1/27): Please join us on January 27th at Salvatore's Hospitality. Looking forward to seeing you there
Burdett, Live Music: Tyler Smilo (1/19): Born in Texas and raised deep in the Rustbelt of Ohio, Tyler Smilo has lived a vagabond’s lifestyle before settling in Erie, PA and taking the city’s music scene by storm.
Calverton, 2018 Wildcat Casino Night (2/9): The 2018 Widcat Casino Night, February 9th, 2018, at the beautiful Giorgio's in Calverton.
Canandaigua, Vintners and Valentines (2/9): Finger Lakes Community College Foundation will present Vintners & Valentines, a fundraiser for the Viticulture and Hospitality programs at Finger Lakes Community College.
Cassadaga, Sip & Paint Mountain View (2/3): The only BYOB Sip & Paint in all of Chautauqua County.Registration required online or by phone by 6pm. Doors open at 6:30 and class begins promptly at 7pm.
Catskill, TAC Bowling Tournament (2/3): Get your team together and join us for our Annual Bowling Tournament! Your ticket includes two games of bowling, shoe rental, pizza, soda and make-your-own sundae.
Cazenovia, Accidentals (1/19): With their extraordinary Sony Masterworks debut album, Odyssey, The Accidentals affirm their place among contemporary music’s most original and adventurous new bands.
Central Square, Jammin At Jakes Featuring Bendetti (2/2): Brutal by Design continues the Jammin at Jakes series with The Spring Street Family's own Ryan Vendetti & Ben Blujus going Acoustic for Bendetti!
Central Square, Snowball Poker Run FUNdraiser (1/20): The first annual SNOWBALL POKER RUN! Register at your local bar and finish at Jakes for your cards!
Chadwicks, Straight Arrow Invitational 2018 (2/3): February 3, 2018 will be the 2nd Annual Straight Arrow Invitational to be held at Straight Arrow Archery in Chadwicks, NY.
Chester, Herbal Syrups Class (2/4): My favorite way to take herbs is using herbal syrup. And they are essential to have on hand, during the winter especially.
Clay, LTL Modern $2K (1/20): Our next installment of our Modern tournament series is coming up!
Clayton, 29th Winter Environmental Conference (2/3): Preparations are well underway. As always it will be a great opportunity for coming together with other friends of the River to share information
Clayville, Sno-Ball Softball (1/20): To benefit the Oneida County Volunteer Fireman's Association Drawing Date is Monday January 15th --Must have 1 team member ther to get your start time. $175.00 per team.
Clifton Park, Our House Bowling Bash (1/28): Join us on Jan. 28th for our winter bowling bash. Cost will be $16 for 2 hours of bowling, pizza,soda, and a $5 game card for their game room.
Clyde, New Year New Time! (1/20): The Boy's are coming out with a whole new amped up show and are ready to go for you!!! Come on out and enjoy there NEW ROWDY COUNTRY SHOW!! f
Cohoes, What are the Akashic Records? (1/27): A channeled talk within and about The Akashic Records. Come and join me on this ride through the multi-verse. There will be opportunities to ask questions.
Cooperstown, 2018 Winter Carnival (2/9 - 2/11): The great Cooperstown Winter Carnival event is coming back February 9, 10 and 11, 2018! This year promises to be better than ever!
Copiague, KFAC 10 Year Anniversary Party (2/3): Save the date! Ketsugo Fighting Arts began in 1965 when Grandmaster Benedetto combined his black belts in Karate and Judo to create a new mixed arts style.
Corning, Thin Blue Night - Ball for Bucks (1/27): Looking for some mid-winter fun that supports a great cause? Check out the Ball for Bucks Thin Blue Night! 5% of proceeds will benefit the Badge of Honor Association!
Corning, Toastings & Tastings (2/2): Sample wines from around the globe and local craft beers! (Must be 21 to participate.)
Corona, QDR Long Training Run #1 (1/28): COME OUT & TRAIN at the QDR Long Training Run #1 Jan 28th 2018 Corona Park Queens! ONLY $15!!!
Delmar, Empty Bowls 2018 (2/4): A festive family gathering to benefit the joint effort of Hunger Action Network of NYS and FOCUS Churches of Albany.
Delmar, Free Motion Quilting Class (1/27): Hands-on free-motion quilting class taught by Debbie Brown. Bring your own home sewing machine with a free motion/darning foot.
Dewitt, Flowers for Algernon (2/9 - 2/17): This is the compelling story of Charlie, a mentally disabled man, and the strange interweaving of his life with that of Algernon, a mouse.
Dundee, Rose Gold Rosé Release Party (2/2): Celebrate the release of the 2017 vintage of Rosé with our Pinot Noir and Syrah Rosés. Tastings, light or 'devours and more.
East Amherst, Jess & Ed at Schnitzel & Co! (2/2): Ed Wyner - Music performs a solo acoustic set at Schnitzel & Co. in East Amherst, New York.
East Aurora, The Web of Life (1/20): The greatest of natural laws, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, is no more apparent than in the living relationships among plants, animals and ecosystems.
East Meadow, The Carltun Food & Wine Festival (1/19): For the first Carltun Food and Wine Festival, we are proposing a unique and memorable evening for our guests.
East Meredith, Ice Harvest Festival at Hanford Mills Museum (2/3): Take part in a traditional ice harvest using historic tools and techniques. In the days before refrigeration, ice harvests were an essential winter activity.
East Syracuse, Mixed Doubles Tournament (2/3): Please join us on February 3rd at Bowl Mor Lanes. Looking forward to seeing you there
Ellicottville, Mountain Man Day (2/9): A day full of skiing, snowboarding, activities and camaraderie for the Mountain Men of Holiday Valley on Friday February 9th, 2018 from 9AM – 5:30PM .
Elmira, Rock Your Soul Bootcamp: Kick Ass in 2018 (1/20): Rock Your Soul is a 6-hour boot camp to kickstart you into a New Year and better version of you, the you you've always wanted to be! Want 2018 to be your BEST YEAR YET?
Elmira, Wine on Ice (1/26 - 1/27): Wine on Ice is a winter sampling of the region's best wine, food and shopping -- your opportunity to taste and purchase a wide variety of Upstate New York Wines.
Elmont, Immigration Legal Clinic (1/21): Join us for a public presentation on Immigration Law, Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and your legal rights when interacting with immigration and customs enforcement (ICE) and local law enforcement.
Fairport, Back in Town at Shooters (1/27): Need to get out of the house and move your feet this winter? Come on down to Shooters in Fairport to dance the night away with us!! Come early for some great food!
Fairport, JUMBOshrimp (1/26): Fairport Music Festival favorites, Tom and Ian are working hard to be the BIGGEST little band IN THE WORLD (or Rochester, whichever comes first).
Fishkill, Soukup Maple Products (1/20): Soukup Farms Maple Products will be here from 10-2! Its not just Maple Syrup! They have mustards, cotton candy and so much more! Swing by and visit with them. There will be samples.
Franklin Square, Plattduetsche Beer Garden (1/19): JKB brings the "Beach to the Biergarten" at the incredible Plattduetsche Park Restaurant and Biergarten in Franklin Square, NY!
Fulton, Snow Day 2018 (1/27): Carnival Games, prizes, community partners, and snack bar! Entertainment for families to celebrate the winter season with the community.
Geneva, Frost Fest 2018 (2/3): It’s the Fourth annual Finger Lakes Frost Fest at the Ramada Geneva Lakefront Hotel on February 3, 2018.
Geneva, Ladies Night Out 2018! (1/20): Please join us on January 20th at Ramada Geneva Lakefront. Looking forward to seeing you there
Geneva, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra and City Ballet (2/9): The RPO is back on Friday, February 9. Ward Stare conducts. The evening begins with a special performance by the Rochester City Ballet dancing to Dvorák’s Slavonic Dances, Op. 46.
Ghent, Clever Little Lies (1/19 - 2/4): A shattering and hilarious play about long-term love and marriage.
Glen Cove, Salsa Bootcamp 2.0 ! (1/27): Please join us on January 27th at Dance With Me Long Island. Looking forward to seeing you there
Glens Falls, Foundations of a Holistic Yoga Class (1/20): This is a 2 hour interactive workshop for yoga teachers, fitness professionals, educators and caregivers on the foundations of Holistic yoga.
Glens Falls, Living In the Presence of Grace: A Guide (1/27): We know yogic philosophy purports that our true nature is ease, expansiveness and uncaused joy. However, our daily experience may quite often not feel like that. What's up with that?!
Gowanda, H-D® BOOM™ Audio Workshop! (1/27): Join us as we walk through an install of some serious audio upgrades. See and hear what upgraded audio can do for your ride!
Greenlawn, Pub Nite Italian Style (1/19): Please join us on January 19th at The Lodge - Huntington Moose 318. Looking forward to seeing you there
Greenwich, Heart of Winter Party (2/2): The event features savory and sweet treats as well as wine and soft drinks included with admission ticket. There will be a raffle and a silent auction of gift certificates for area restaurants.
Hamburg, Flipside (1/26): Flipside, Buffalo Music Award winning band brings a high energy show to the Armor Inn stage. They are a party band playing the best of rock and pop.
Hamilton, Exhibition opening reception, This Place (2/1): The Picker Art Gallery celebrates the opening of This Place. . The exhibition features photographs by Josef Koudelka, Rosalind Fox Solomon, Thomas Struth, and Nick Waplington, taken in Israel and the
Hamilton, Fancy Tea Party (1/28): Please join us on January 28th at Colgate Inn. Looking forward to seeing you there
Hamilton, This Place exhibition (2/2 - 5/20): This Place is on view at the Picker Art Gallery. The exhibition features photographs by Josef Koudelka, Rosalind Fox Solomon, Thomas Struth, and Nick Waplington, taken in Israel and the West Bank betw
Harriman, Family friendly Superbowl Tailgate (2/4): Dress in your favorite team jersey or colors, enter to win raffle prizes, enjoy sports theme day, and wear out the kids before the big game! Wings platter & Soda pitcher event special-just $20
Hauppauge, Latin Night with La Elegancia De La Salsa (1/27): It's Latin Night at SIMPLAY! Come listen and dance to the sounds of La Elegancia de la Salsa band. They are a high energy salsa band recreating salsa classics and more.
Hector, Sip and Shop (1/21): Enjoy FREE WINE TASTINGS when you make a purchase from a FLX maker!
Herkimer, 15th Annual Tailgate Party (1/21): Join hosts Assemblyman Marc Butler and Rocky and Barb Fiato, owners of the Waterfront Grille for the 15th Annual United Way Tailgate Party on NFL Championship Sunday!
Hicksville, THE VERGE at The Headliner (1/20): Come join us at The Headliner Bar and Grill on Saturday, January 20th for our first gig of 2018!
High Falls, Bluegrass at the High Falls Cafe (1/20): Exciting news! Hudson Crossing will be at the High Falls Cafe to help you smile your way thru the midwinter blues! Come join us for great music and food
Highland, Grand Opening Ceremony (1/28): Join us as we celebrate the grand opening of the Highland Public Library.
Highmount, Mountain Explorers - Ski or Snowboard (1/6 - 3/4): For 9 weekends starting the beginning of January, your child will receive coaching from our top-level Instructors in fun and safe learning environment, to grow and expand her or his skiing and snowboa
Hilton, Winter Fest Family Day of Play (1/27): Winter is here so let’s have some fun with it at our Winter Fest! Bundle up and bring the family out to enjoy a “Day of Play” at the Community Center filled with indoor and outdoor activities. I
Holland, Holland Speedway Awards Banquet (1/20): ATTENTION DRIVERS AND OFFICIALS: The invites for our banquet have been sent out! It will be on Saturday, January 20th at The Holland Willows.
Homer, Ghost of Paul Revere (1/27): Born on the banks of the Saco River, brothers in all but name, the Ghost of Paul Revere is Maine's holler-folk band.
Hudson, Stallion Showcase (1/20): Only at Sequel. Meet NY's Leading Stallion Roster. Feast on some excellent cajun cowboy stew. Enjoy some Kendall Jackson wine.
Huntington, Los Colognes (1/27): On the third album “The Wave” by Nashville based Los Colognes, they succeed just this - in breaking through the con?nes of everyday pop song lyricism to tell a sort of holistic story.
Huntington, Uppercut at The Big Kahuna (Tipperary) (1/27): On Saturday Night Jan 27th 9:00pm UPPERCUT makes their debut at The Big Kahuna! Come out for a late night snack check out all your favorite UPPERCUT hits!
Irvington, Screening of Two Trains Runnin (2/2): With few leads to go on, the group from Boston and New York was in search of Son House, while the California trio was trying to find Skip James.
Ithaca, Festival of Fire & Ice (2/3): Come one, come all to the 6th Annual Festival of Fire & Ice at Ithaca Children's Garden!
Ithaca, Stone Cold Miracle at The Range (1/27): It's immediate, when you hear Trece Stevenson sing: you're listening, hearing, feeling every word, living through every song with her.
Jamestown, Snowflake Local Living Festival (2/3): A variety of local business will be onsite at Audubon to show their locally made wares and let you try your hand at making some of them yourself.
Kingston, ODeath _ BSP Kingston (2/4): As O’ Death wrapped up production on their third studio album Outside at the end of 2010, lead-singer/guitarist Greg Jamie relocated to Biddeford, Maine...
Lake George, Off the Edge Dueling Pianos at King Neptunes (1/20): The Off the Edge Dueling Pianos Show features songs from yesterday and today. Plus, your requests and all the crazy comedy you would expect from a dueling pianos show!
Lake George, Winter Carnival in Lake George (1/26): Dashboard Anthem returns to beautiful Lake George, NY for the annual Winter Carnival kickoff at The Lake George Beach Club.
Lake George, Winterfest at Erlowest! (1/27): Experience Lake George at Erlowest! Enjoy our Fire Place Patio, Courtyard and Terrace while cozying up to our FIRE BARS.
Lindenhurst, 11th Annual Angels Wish Gala Bus Tickets (1/20): We are offering a bus for Seniors and people concerned about drinking and driving . Safety is of the upmost importance ! We are suggesting a $5.00 donation to tip the driver.
Livingston Manor, FlyFest sponsored by Catskill Flies (2/3): The 13th Annual FlyFest is sponsored by Catskill Flies of Roscoe! FlyFest marks the middle of winter, the re-opening of CFFCM from our winter break and will be the first event of 2018.
Long Island City, Virginia Marcs (1/21): Virginia Marcs is a Queens based Singer/Songwriter making alternative art rock. Look for her album "Climbing the Wall"
Mahopac, Last Rites at Patricks Pub and Grill (2/3): Don't miss Last Rites at Patrick's Pub and Grill located at 925 Rt. 6 Mahopac, NY 10541. Playing the Best of Grunge, Alternative and Hard Rock.
Mamaroneck, Pilobolus in Mamaroneck, NY (2/3): For 45 years, Pilobolus has tested the limits of human physicality to explore the beauty and the power of connected bodies.
Manlius, 2018 Health & Wellness Fair (1/27): Join us for our 1st Annual Health & Wellness. We are bringing in some of the most popular and exciting vendors in our area.
Manlius, CNY SnowFest (1/21): Join us for the first ever CNY SnowFest at Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards. On Jan 21, we will continue to host our 5k snowshoe run and 3k snowshoe hike but....
Manlius, Daddy Daughter Dance (2/9): On Friday, February 9th from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, the Village of Manlius will host their 7th Annual Daddy Daughter Dance at the Manlius Village Centre.
Marlboro, Mr. Gone (1/28): Mr. Gone is an ensemble exploring the groove based music of early electric jazz (fusion), focusing on the music of Weather Report and Herbie Hancock’s Headhunters & Mwandishi bands.
Massena, My Pintura Painting Class (1/26): My Pintura is finally starting Painting classes for men and women! This class will be for ages 21 and up, but we will be adding children's classes too in the near future.
Mattituck, Next to Normal (1/19 - 2/4): ext to Normal explores how one suburban household copes with crisis and mental illness.
Menands, Superhero Toddler Time (1/28): Wear your favorite superhero costume and apparel during this special toddler time events.
Millerton, Animal Safari at the Library! (1/26): Come and bring a friend to learn all about animals, birds and reptiles with Sharon Audubon at the library!
Milton, Chatham Brewing Dinner (1/28): Come join us and our friends from Chatham Brewing for a masterfully crafted 4-course meal prepared by Chef Gary Lucato.
Montgomery, Hemp Oil 101 (1/26): Learn how to incorporate Hemp Oil into your life. Hemp oil can be used to increase immunity, counteract aging skin and improve cardiovascular health!
Nesconset, Arm Balances with Regina (1/27): Learn arm balances in a safe and fun environment. Master the basics, discover new tips and ideas. Students may find a few 'A-Ha' moments, too.
New Hartford, ICE skating for residents of Deerfield (1/28): Deerfield Families and Youthprogram members, Unwrap those new ice skates and come on out and join us for an afternoon of Ice Skating...
New Hartford, Paint Your Pet! (1/26): You have been asking and we have added paint your pet events onto our list of classes! Join us for a fun evening of painting your furry companions!
New Paltz, BYOB Bootcamp at The L Salon (1/19): Along with this interactive tutorial, we'll be offering complimentary 20 minute facials with our Dermalogica certified esthetician. Get pampered and leave with great hair and glowing skin!
New Rochelle, Chili Cook-Off (1/21): It's that time of year again! One of our most popular events returns for another year of delicious chili, awards and fun.
New York Mills, The Roselawn Banquet Facility (1/21): Please join us on January 21st at The Roselawn Banquet Facility. Looking forward to seeing you there
New York, 14th Street Y Winter Open House (1/21): Grab a friend and experience the best of what 14th Street Y membership has to offer at our Winter Open House!
New York, 2/3 Goat (1/20): 2/3 Goat (pronounced: Two Thirds Goat) ?is a champion of metrobilly music in New York City.
New York, 2018 Womens March on NYC (1/20): Join the world! On January 20th NYC will raise its voice again to demand equality for all humans at the 2018 Women’s March on NYC.
New York, 8th Annual Show Your Love for Haiti (2/2): This annual fundraiser event is to commemorate the devastating earthquake of January 2010 that forever changed the lives of all Haitians.
New York, Alastair Moock & Friends (2/3): GRAMMY Award nominated Alastair Moock and his special guests always bring a rowdy, rootsy, sing-along dance party for the whole family.
New York, Aloha Friendship Ball (2/2): Join Best Buddies New York as we celebrate the Friendship Ball in the Capital Region... Please keep an eye out for more details !!!
New York, Andrea Wittgens (1/27): New York City-based singer/songwriter Andrea Wittgens is surely one of those artists. Armed with witty yet disarmingly honest lyrics and a voice that simply soars, Wittgens creates songs that are both
New York, Andy Mineo (1/27): Andy Mineo is a rapper hailing from Syracuse, New York, United States who was born on April 17th 1988.
New York, Anissa La Negra Del Swing (2/3): Please join us on February 3rd at Gonzalez y Gonzalez. Looking forward to seeing you there
New York, Argonaut & Wasp (1/20): argonaut&wasp is a dance electro-pop rock group based out of Brooklyn, NY.
New York, Art in the Open Fifty Years of Public Art in New York (11/10 - 5/13): Look back at fifty years of public art in the city. Until the 1960s, most public art in New York City was limited to war memorials, civic-minded murals, or relief sculpture embodying universal values.
New York, As Is (2/1 - 2/11): What would you do if your best friend and lover fell ill and the whole world felt like it was against you because you are different and they don't understand?
New York, Ashni (1/26): Ashni is a singer and songwriter.
New York, Audrey Silver (1/20): Audrey Silver is one of the most elegantly creative singers in jazz today.
New York, Beer, Bourbon, and BBQ Festival (1/27): Sample beer, taste bourbon, hear bluegrass music, and eat barbecue at the Beer, Bourbon, and BBQ Festival in Manhattan at 608 W. 28th Street.
New York, Benjamin Clementine (2/2): Benjamin Sainte-Clementine is a charismatic singer-poet, pianist, composer and affecting performer.
New York, Billy Strings (1/26): Raised in Michigan and based in Nashville, Strings — real name William Apostol — learned music from his father, who had learned it from his father, and his father before him.
New York, Brett Gleason (1/28): Brett Gleason’s sophomore album ‘Manifest’ is a piano-based folk-rock record that approaches the great themes of life such as love, sex, death & time with the grateful but hesitant approach of the new
New York, Brightwood Patriarch (1/20): NYC-based band fusing indie rock, folk interweaving poignant lyrics, swirling musical textures, and a lemon-lime finish.
New York, BroadwayCon (1/26 - 1/28): BroadwayCon promises “performances, panels, workshops, autographs, photo booths, Q&As, meet-and-greets, singalongs, and much more” for people who love live theater
New York, Carla Rhodes (2/3): CARLA RHODES is a ventriloquist. Hailing from Louisville, Kentucky, she’s been throwing her voice since the age of 9 and was mentored by the legendary Shari Lewis.
New York, Charlie Brennan (1/21): Charlie Brennan is a singer-songwriter from Connecticut, USA.
New York, Chevonne and The Fuzz (2/2): New Jersey natives Chevonne and The Fuzz are bringing their powerhouse rock sound to the masses with their debut LP Chevonne and The Fuzz.
New York, CholentFest V (2/3): CholentFest - our annual Cholent competition - is back for a fifth year! Join us for Shabbat Kiddush on February 3rd, and taste a wide variety of cholents.
New York, Cocktails to Benefit The Lone Survivor Foundation (2/2): We are thrilled to invite you to the sixth annual cocktail event in NYC benefitting The Lone Survivor Foundation at The Jane Hotel on Friday, February 2nd. With your help, we have raised $300,000 over
New York, Cosmic Gate (1/20): Cosmic Gate is a German progressive-trance-producing duo from Krefeld, Germany. Active since 1999, Cosmic Gate consists of Claus Terhoeven and Stefan Bossems.
New York, Cozmic Cat (1/27): Coz, better known to her friends as Paula Burrows, spent a defining ten years honing her skills in Philadelphia where the city's soul, funk, house, and hip-hop roots naturally influenced her style and
New York, Dalton and the Sheriffs (1/20): From Virginia to Tennessee, from Florida to Alabama and Mississippi, the band brought Boston country music to the south to high praise.
New York, Danh Vo: Take My Breath Away (2/9 - 5/9): The first comprehensive survey in the United States of work by Danish artist Danh Vo will fill the ramps of the Guggenheim’s rotunda, offering an illuminating overview of Vo’s production from the past
New York, Daniel Thomas Davis SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS. (2/9 - 2/11): When an oddball couple, their sassy housekeeper, a sewing machine, and a deranged radio all start singing, Stein’s playful language is transformed into the ecstatic and uncannily beautiful new opera.
New York, Darius Christian (1/20): Baltimore raised and Brooklyn reborn, Darius Christian is a force of nature. With his lustful trombone stylizations, vocals to temper your feels, and an upsettingly good band of NYC thoroughbreds, his
New York, Deaf Poets (2/3): Deaf Poets are an American garage/alternative rock duo formed in Miami Beach, FL.
New York, Denny Love (1/19): Denny Love is the immensely talented singer/songwriter and entertainer.
New York, Desilicious Winter Warmup (1/27): What better way to shake off those winter blues than shaking it up with Bollywood beats at the DL's enclosed tropical rooftop?
New York, Devvon Terrell (2/9): Good music arguably comes from a place that is insightful, meaningful and modern.This is where the living weirdo known as Devvon Terrell lives and sleeps. Hailing from Brooklyn, New York the singer ha
New York, Dheepa Chari (1/26): From velvety softness to sultry blues, vocalist Dheepa Chari plumbs the depths of human emotion.
New York, Dinowalrus (2/4): Dinowalrus is a band from Brooklyn, NY comprised of Pete Feigenbaum, Liam Andrew and Max Tucker.
New York, Doug Wamble (1/26): After completing two music degrees, Doug decided to head to New York to seek a career as a guitarist and composer.
New York, Dudley Music (1/26): Dudley Music is a Long Island-based Hip Hop singer-songwriter, producer, and jazz musician, playing saxophone, keys, guitar, drums, flute, and clarinet.
New York, Essie Jain (2/4): Essie Jain is an English singer-songwriter born and raised in London, who is now based in New York.
New York, Exciting New Book on the Trafficking of Sacred Art (2/2): Meet Cypriot real-life culture-crime detective Tasoula Hadjitofi who has made it her life’s work to recover countless priceless icons, mosaics and cultural artifacts stolen by art smugglers...
New York, Feel So Good (1/21): Please join us on January 21st at Sound Of Brazil. Looking forward to seeing you there
New York, Fetty Wap (1/20): Fetty Wap is a rapper hailing from Paterson, New Jersey, United States who was born on June 7th, 1990.
New York, First Annual BBL Casino Night (1/19): On Friday, January 19th, The Bronx Charter Schools for Better Learning will be having our First Annual Casino Night to benefit our student's afterschool programs.
New York, Flywheel For The Hope Gala! Cycle for a Cure! (1/20): Kick off your January fitness resolutions and join the Hope Gala on Saturday, January 20th from 1-2pm for our Flywheel Charity Ride instructed by PSU Alumna, Becky Rocker!
New York, Free Music Fridays Returns! (1/26): Music featured at the Free Music Fridays series thematically reflects the spirit of the self-taught art on view at the museum.
New York, Friday Night Live (1/19): Welcome Shabbat together with friends. Join Rabbi Elie Weinstock, Rabbi Daniel Kraus for an inspiring Carlebach-style Friday night service.
New York, Gamelan Yowana Sari (1/21): Gamelan meets 21st-century music. The traditional Indonesian orchestra is reimagined and transformed by today's composers.
New York, Gold Magnolias (2/2): The Gold Magnolias: Magnolium Aurum: A very rare species of gilded flora native to the U.S. south, but found lately in the seldom-greens of New York City, the five petals of Magnolium Aurum represent
New York, Graham J (1/26): Graham J. is fast gaining an international reputation as one of the finest singer/songwriters of his generation.
New York, Grant Maloy Smith (1/27): Grant Maloy Smith is a singer/songwriter of American Roots music, a blend of traditional country, bluegrass and folk music.
New York, Greensky Bluegrass (1/27): For more than a decade and a half, the members of Greensky Bluegrass have created their own version of bluegrass music, mixing the acoustic stomp of a stringband with the rule-breaking spirit of rock
New York, Greensky Bluegrass (1/26): For more than a decade and a half, the members of Greensky Bluegrass have created their own version of bluegrass music, mixing the acoustic stomp of a stringband with the rule-breaking spirit of rock
New York, Gyptian (1/26): Gyptian’s musical ambitions brought him to reggae’s epicenter, Kingston, where he was introduced to legendary guitarist/producer Earl “Chinna” Smith and together they created a version of “Serious Tim
New York, Hayley Reardon (1/20): You will know more, be more, feel more, see more than anyone will give you credit for” sings Boston-based singer/songwriter, Hayley Reardon about midway through her sparkling upcoming release, “Good.”
New York, Hector Romero (1/20): Hector Romero’s intro into the DJ world began at the age of 13.
New York, Homeboy Steve (1/21): Homeboy Steve, AKA Stephen B. Antonakos, first gained notoriety in his hometown of New York City as guitar player and singer with the General Sherman Band who won the 1985 Village Voice Street Perform
New York, Hook Line Sinker (2/3): Hook Line Sinker centers on the inner workings of a content aggregation site.
New York, Ideas, Not Theories (1/27 - 1/28): Ideas, Not Theories is a theatrical percussion show featuring original music that explores the use of unconventional instruments as well as traditional percussion instruments.
New York, Imperfect Love (1/24 - 2/24): "Imperfect Love" is a serious romantic comedy play inspired by the extraordinary life of the Italian actress Eleonora Duse and her love affair with poet and playwright Gabriele D'Annunzio.
New York, Its Christi, B*tch! (1/20): Have you ever taken a bite of a cupcake only to find it’s full of razor blades? That’s Christi, b*tch!
New York, Jacob Whitesides (1/19): One of Social Media's most interactive and influential singer songwriters, Jacob Whitesides, has created his own path in the music industry that has profoundly set a standard for just how important fa
New York, Jae Jin (1/20): Jae Jin is an Independent Global Recording Artist, Singer/Songwriter, and Actor (SAG-AFTRA).
New York, James Hall :: Lattice CD Release (2/9): Intricately weaving together voices, melodies, ideas and genres, Lattice is the alluring and inventive sophomore release from trombonist/composer James Hall.
New York, Jamison Ross (2/2): Refreshing and invigorating, Jamison Ross is the epitome of soul. A composer, arranger, vocalist and drummer, Jamison combines his gifts to present a unique offering to the world of Jazz.
New York, Janine Jansen (1/21): With an enviable international reputation, violinist Janine Jansen works regularly with the world’s most eminent orchestras and conductors.
New York, Jared Saltiel (2/2): Jared Saltiel is a singer-songwriter, producer, and composer based in Brooklyn.
New York, Jeffrey Osborne (2/9): Jeffrey Osborne (born March 9, 1948) might be best known as the lead singer of R&B/Funk band L.T.D., but his seductive yet darkly mysterious voice made its trail on many solo albums, with a few of the
New York, Joe Purdy (2/2): Joe Purdy is an American folk and rock singer, songwriter, guitarist, pianist, mandolin and harmonica player, hailing from Northwest Arkansas, in the U.S.
New York, Julian Shore (1/27): Julian Shore has been called “a pianist/composer who beyond the obvious elegance of his playing has a clear sense of the bigger artistic picture” (Peter Hum, Ottowa Times).
New York, Just Me - Perri Gaffney (1/27): Just Me is masterful storytelling in the combined oral traditions of American folktales and African history-keeping griots.
New York, Katie Garibaldi (1/27): Katie Garibaldi is an award-winning Americana singer/songwriter and guitar player from the San Francisco Bay Area.
New York, Kenny Dope Gonzalez (1/20): Over the last 25 years, the four time Grammy-nominated DJ and producer has been astounding audiences across the world with his fusions of house, hip-hop, Latin, jazz, funk & soul, reggae, alternative
New York, Kenyon Dixon (1/27): Born and raised in Watts (Los Angeles) Ca, Kenyon --28 year old singer/songwriter-- has worked as a backing vocalist for Nick Jonas, Justin Timberlake, Mac Miller, Kelly Rowland, John Legend and More.
New York, Kevin Daniel Miller (2/2): Kevin Daniel’s music career started when he was just five years old and singing Disney songs into a turkey baster turned microphone.
New York, Kick off 2018 (1/20): Start your Saturday evening with some Sufi, Punjabi Folk, and Bhangra music by Rhythm Tolee. Join us at this cozy concert place downstairs at The Delancy!
New York, Kids Night Out Smores Saturday Night (1/27): Kids' Night Out is going Settoga-style this month! Join Adam, Genna, and some of your favorite Camp Settoga coaches and counselors for an evening to remember.
New York, Kronos Quartet (1/19): For 40 years, San Francisco’s Kronos Quartet—David Harrington (violin), John Sherba (violin), Hank Dutt (viola), and Sunny Yang (cello)—has combined a spirit of fearless exploration with a commitment
New York, L.ear by Dennis Yueh-Yeh Li (1/26): Having been fooled by the language and turned mad, King Lear finally understands the very meaning to Cordelia’s “love and be silent.”
New York, Little Lesley & the Bloodshots (2/9): Little Lesley & the Bloodshots are an original Rockabilly trio from New York. Called “a welcome shot in the arm for the rockin’ faithful” by UK’s Vintage Rock Magazine, they’ve been taking the scene b
New York, Lorelei Ensemble (2/9): 5BMF is thrilled to present the acclaimed 9-voice LORELEI ENSEMBLE in a program of vocal works spanning centuries of vocal traditions, from the late-Medieval to contemporary Americana.
New York, Los Dudes (1/19): We are a basement rock band from Brooklyn. We formed in the early 1990's and have one self titled album (released in 1996) and a second album, 'Hipster Retirement Home', both of which you can find on
New York, Luis Blasinis IROKO Labanda (1/20): Please join us on January 20th at Gonzalez y Gonzalez. Looking forward to seeing you there
New York, MAC Favories (2/3): Join MAC for its fourth annual MAC Favorites event to celebrate 30 years of Mainstreaming at Camp and reunite with your favorite MAC campers, staff, alumni, and supporters!
New York, Mack (2/2): Travel back in time to Mack’s Tavern, which begins as a speakeasy during Prohibition in the 1920s.
New York, Manic Focus (1/26): Manic Focus is the beat-bumpin’ project of John “JmaC” McCarten, a Chicago-based electronic music producer hailing from the Twin Cities.