Who among us doesn’t have a favorite holiday song? Attend one of the can’t-miss concerts below, and you just might hear your number one—or find a new one to love.
On Friday night, Bieber will perform at Barclays Center. Earlier on Friday, his song “Baby” was named the biggest single ever by the Recording Industry Association of America.
From celebrations of hip hop to performances of modern dance to the dulcet strains of emo pop, New York’s plethora of summer festivals meet just about every need and satisfy just about every taste.
Even Scrooge has a favorite holiday tune. And at the five can’t-miss holiday concerts that follow, you’re bound to hear a verse, interlude, or chorus that fills you with the spirit of the season.
It sounds indulgent – but it isn’t. Instead of wolfing down a slice while walking, or, worse, trying to keep crumbs off your keyboard while multitasking, spend your lunch hour at a concert.
These are some of the most energetic, unique, and best bands touring through the NYC area this summer.
Summertime in NYC is full of free music, dance and art throughout the five boroughs. Don’t miss out on the biggest–and most fun– cultural events of the season. Here are some of the best.
From country favorite Lady Antebellum, to the incredible talents of Andrew Bird and the sweet voice of Leslie Feist, these shows will not disappoint.
You’re likely all too familiar with the 12 Days of Christmas. Now, thanks to Make Music Winter, New York City will have 12 days of free concerts, as well.
The boy band bonanza known as the NKOTBSB Tour hit our area this weekend with a Friday night performance in Atlantic City, and the group will end their stay in the Tri-State with a concert at Nassau Coliseum scheduled for Sunday night.
New Jersey is host to many big name concerts and performances this season. Here’s a quick guide to some not-to-be-missed summer shows in the Garden State, along with all the traveling and tailgating information you need.
The wildly popular Williamsburg Waterfront Concert series is back in action this summer with a line-up that includes Kid CuDi, They Might Be Giants and Coheed and Cambria.
If you’re a country music fan in New York City, you’re not alone — but you might feel like you are. That is, unless you were in the East Village Tuesday night, where four acclaimed songwriters sat on stage with nothing but some sheet music, microphones and their guitars.
Mark your calendars! Some of the biggest names in music will be hitting the Big Apple for a series of outdoor concerts. And the best news: It won’t cost you a thing (except for gas, a Metro Card and the probably over-priced water bottles).