New York is the city that never sleeps, which means there’s always something new and exciting happening. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to attend some of the best events the Big Apple has to offer and experience them in person. Trust us there are definitely a few, you don’t want to miss!
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The queen has finally returned and more than just the Bella office is buzzing. The world hasn’t been able to stop listening to “Hello” and begging singer Adele for more. The wait is over, because Friday, November 20, Adele’s new album “25” will hit stores and hearts all across the world. We suggest you listen to your other music now, as we have a feeling “25” will be on repeat for a very long time. We’re even throwing a launch party at our office.
Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park
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With more than 128 holiday shops, new kiosks and eateries and a 17,000-square-foot outdoor ice-skating rink, the Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park has something for everyone. The ice rink is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, giving you plenty of time to leap and twirl after getting some serious holiday shopping done. While the vendors will only be there until January 3, the ice rink will be open until March 1.
Radio City Christmas Spectacular
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In the mood for some Christmas cheer and high kicks? Radio City Christmas Spectacular is just the thing for you. Starring the ever-famous Rockettes, this glitzy presentation has everything from a giant flying Santa to a massive LED screen to view some amazing video graphic backgrounds. You can catch the show from November 13 to January 3, with some show dates giving away free Radio City Santa hats!
The Union Square Holiday Market
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If you’re in the market for homemade and one-of-a-kind presents for your family this holiday season, the Union Square Holiday Market is perfect. Take the time to wander through holly-lined aisles and browse unique merchandise from local artisans who are more than happy to tell you their story. Before diving into the holiday maze, we suggest grabbing yourself a snack and hot chocolate so that you can get into the holiday spirit from the inside out. The market runs from November 19 to December 24 and is open seven days a week.
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
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Be apart of the tradition you grew up watching on TV! The 89th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is an awesome family event everyone should experience at least once in their life. While the actual parade is Thursday, November 26 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., watching the balloons get filled and set up the day before from 3-10 p.m. is just as exciting, if not more!
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No matter what sport you’re a fan of, there’s always a live game happening somewhere. See one of the National Hockey League’s Original Six teams by catching the New York Rangers in action. Or with basketball being one of the most popular sports in New York, treat yourself to a New York Knicks or Brooklyn Nets game. Whatever your sports preference is, you’re sure to have an awesome time at any of NYC’s amazing arenas to take in the experience.
November is all about taking in the last day’s of fall, too much food and preparing yourself for the holiday season. Which of these events are you most looking forward to attending? Let us know your favorite things to do in New York in November in the comments below!