New York City Events January 2014

NYC January Events and Activities Calendar

Happy New Year! New York City Events January 2014 include huge savings on Theatre with $20 Off Broadway Shows and 2 for 1 Broadway tickets, New York City Hotel Week, Restaurant Week, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, New York National Boat Show, Winter Restaurant Week and the Annual Winter Antiques Show.

January follows a fantastic season of shopping, celebrations and parties, so New York City tends to be a bit quieter in January. Masses of visitors and tourists have left, making this an ideal time to visit so you not only have every NYC attraction to yourself, but get REAL discounts on Broadway, Restaurant and Hotels. Submit YOUR event to the New York City January Events Activities Calendar.

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The Rockefeller Tree is lit until 11pm on January 7th, 2014. and everything is on sale in the stores! The only catch? January can be freezing, so layer up with hats, gloves, scarves, heavy sweaters and your best waterproof boots.

Please check sightseeing and holiday hours for New Years Day (January 1st) and Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Monday, January 20, 2014). Add your event to the New York City Events January calendar.

New York City Broadway Week 2014

Broadway Week New York City

January 21 – February 26, 2014, Tickets on sale January 6, 10:30 am

Get two-for-one tickets to some of the City’s hottest Broadway shows including Bridges of Madison County, Chicago, Cinderella, Jersey Boys, Glass Menagerie, Kinky Boots, Lion King, Mamma Mia, Matilda, Newsies, Once, Phantom of the Opera, Pippin, Rock of Ages, SpiderMan, Wicked. Check out New York City Broadway Week and get your FREE tickets using code BWAYWEEK or read more at

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New York Knicks Schedule – January 2014

Get your New York Knicks tickets and schedule to see our NY basketball team live in action at Madison Square Garden, “The World’s Most Famous Arena.”  The NY Knicks are showing some real promise in their 68th Season at MSG, thanks to our stars Amar’e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony. Tickets start at just $13, with lots of discount options, and their games are super easy to attend. Madison Square Garden, the World’s Most Famous Arena, is right in Penn Station, accessible by almost any subway and just two blocks from the Empire State Building. Go NYC style with cheap seats, fast paced sports action, hot dogs and beer and check out the New York Knicks Tickets, Schedule and Directions today!

NY Knicks Schedule – Home Games January 2014

New York Knicks January

Tue, Jan-07, 7:30pm, vs. Detroit
Thu, Jan-09, 8:00pm, vs. Miami
Mon, Jan-13, 7:30pm, vs. Phoenix
Fri, Jan-17, 7:00pm, vs. L.A. Clippers
Mon, Jan-20, 2:30pm, vs. Brooklyn
Wed, Jan-22, 7:30pm, vs. Philadelphia
Fri, Jan-24, 7:30pm, vs. Charlotte
Sun, Jan-26, 3:30pm, vs. L.A. Lakers
Tue, Jan-28, 7:30pm, vs. Boston
Thu, Jan-30, 8:00pm, vs. Cleveland

New York Knicks Tickets at MSG

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January New York City Concerts and Shows

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Brooklyn Nets Basketball Tickets and Schedule

We welcome the Brooklyn Nets back to their second season at the amazing Barclay’s Center. The Brooklyn Nets are our newest professional sports team, representing the first major league sports team back in Brooklyn in over 50 years! The Nets and Barclays Center are amazing: with Head Coach, Jason Kidd, classic Brooklyn foods like Nathan’s hot dogs and Juniors’ cheesecake, and Jay-Z as a part owner! With 2,000 seats at Barclay’s Center costing $25 or less, professional basketball is now available to everyone! Brooklyn Nets Tickets, Schedule and Directions

Brooklyn Nets Schedule – Home Games January 2014

Brooklyn Nets Basketball Tickets

Sat, Jan-04, 7:30pm, vs. Cleveland
Mon, Jan-06, 7:30pm, vs. Atlanta
Wed, Jan-08, 7:30pm, vs. Golden State
Fri, Jan-10, 8:00pm, vs. Miami
Tue, Jan-21, 7:30pm, vs. Orlando
Fri, Jan-24, 7:30pm, vs. Dallas
Mon, Jan-27, 7:30pm, vs. Toronto
Fri, Jan-31, 8:00pm, vs. Oklahoma City

Brooklyn Nets Tickets at Barclays Center

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New York Rangers Schedule – January 2014

Get your New York Rangers tickets and schedule to see our NY hockey team live in action at Madison Square Garden. The NY Rangers have made the playoffs the last three consecutive seasons and went all the way to the 2012 Eastern Conference Finals. Their games are the easiest sporting events in NYC to attend, right in Midtown Manhattan, a block from the Empire State Building.

New York Rangers Home Game Schedule – January 2014

New York Rangers Tickets

Mon, Jan 06, 7:00pm vs. Columbus
Fri, Jan 10, 7:00pm vs. Dallas
Sun, Jan 12, 7:00pm vs. Philadelphia
Tue, Jan 14, 7:00pm vs.Tampa Bay
Thur, Jan 16, 7:00pm vs. Detroit
Sun, Jan 19, 7:30pm vs. Washington
Tue, Jan 21, 7:00pm vs. NY Islanders
Thur, Jan 23, 7:00pm vs. St. Louis
Sun, Jan 26, 12:30pm vs. Devils at Yankee Stadium
Wed, Jan 29, 7:00pm vs. Islanders at Yankee Stadium
Fri, Jan 31, 7:00pm vs. NY Islanders

NY Rangers Tickets at Madison Square Garden

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Disney on Ice 100 Years of Magic

Disney on Ice NYC

January 3-26, 2014

Disney on Ice NYC 100 Years of Magic celebrates all over NY and NJ this January 2014. Join Disney on Ice NYC as they celebrate 65 of Disney’s unforgettable characters from 18 beloved stories. More Info and Discount Tickets: Disney on Ice NYC

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New York CityPass Winter Special 

New York CityPASS Winter Special

New York CityPass Winter Special

While the New York CityPASS is normally good for Nine (9) days, customers who start using their booklet on or after December 15, 2013 will have until February 28, 2014 to enjoy each ticket in the booklet once.

Whether you are a local hosting friends or family over the holidays — or looking for ways to entertain the kids over winter break, the winter special allows you to take your time and explore NYC over a number of weekends. For travel starting February 20, 2014 or later, the normal 9-day validity period will apply.

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Celebrities on Broadway in January

Celebrities on Broadway

In January, you can still catch Daniel Craig, Sarah Jessica Parker, Blythe Danner, Orlando Bloom and Billy Crystal. Have no fear, when these celebrities leave the Great White Way, our Broadway fix will be satisfied with beloved stories, like Les Miserables, Bridges of Madison County and Aladdin, as well as our favorite stars, such as Denzel Washington, Idina Menzel, Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams.  Here’s a sneak peek of upcoming Celebrities on Broadway.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Martin Luther King Jr. Day NYC

Monday, January 20, 2014

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a national holiday with all public schools, post offices, and government buildings closed. There are many ways to celebrate the great life of this inspirational man, including: Martin Luther King Weekend in Harlem, Martin Luther King Jr. Day Anti-Hunger Serve-a-thon and often, a Central Park Seneca Village Tour

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Annual Winter Antiques Show

Annual Winter Antiques Show NYC
Annual Winter Antiques Show

January 24-February 2, 2014
Park Avenue Armory (Park Ave & 67th St)

The most prestigious antiques show in America, featuring the “best of the best” from antiquities through the 1960s. Curators, established collectors, dealers, design professionals and first-time buyers can view and purchase pieces showcased by 75 exhibitors. Daily 12pm – 8pm, Sun & Thurs 12pm – 6pm, Tickets $25, (includes catalogue)

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Tickets on Sale in January

Ongoing New York City Events January 2014

New York City Events January
Museum of Natural History Side Entrance

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More January 2014 Events:

Prior January Events (stay tuned for possible annual updates):

  • New York Times Arts and Leisure Weekend –
  • Bryant Park Winter Film Fest – January 23 for 4 Monday Nights. January 23: When Harry Met Sally January 30: Groundhog Day February 6: Edward Scissorhands February 13: Lady and the Tramp (Two showings: 5:30pm and 7pm)

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NYC Winter Restaurant Week

New York Restaurant Week
Tao Restaurant, Midtown, New York City

Winter Restaurant Week New York City has been moved this year to February 17 – March 7, 2014. It will take place after the Super Bowl and be one week shorter than in previous years.

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New York City Hotel Week 2014 – Rooms from $100

Hotel Week New York City 2014 January 3-12, 2014

Hotel Week New York City is a GREAT time to save big on hotel rooms which usually go for $500 or more per night. Combine Hotel Week with Broadway Week, Restaurant Week, and huge shopping sales, and you can truly experience the BEST of NYC at a fraction of the usual cost! Check out awesome rates at posh hotels like: Aces Hotel, Gansevoort Park Avenue, GEM Hotel – Chelsea, Hotel Elysée, Hotel Giraffe, Library Hotel, Maritime Hotel and many others!

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New York National Boat Show

New York National Boat Show

January 1-5, 2014
Jacob Javits Center
11th Avenue at 35th Street

Boating and fishing enthusiasts start their season at the New York National Boat Show. With its 108-year history, this show is THE place to see the latest and greatest in boating, yachts, cruisers, bass and pontoon boats, canoes and kayaks and fishing boats.

Adults (16 and older): $15, 15 and younger: FREE when accompanied by an adult. Half price tickets often available at GoldStar Events, just sign up for free. More information at New York National Boat Show.

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Professional Bull Riders Invitational at MSG

Professional Bull Riders Invitational at MSG

Jan 3-5, 2014
Madison Square Garden Invitational

The “Toughest Sport on Dirt” returns to Madison Square Garden, and New Yorkers will once again be treated to unique sights and sounds: 700 tons of dirt, the top 45 bull riders and the rankest 2000-pound bulls in the world.

Don’t miss New York’s toughest event of the year. This is not a rodeo… this is the one and only PBR! Tickets start at $25, but you can get them half price at Professional Bull Riders.

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  1. Kate Lewis, January 30, 2014 5:47 pm - New York City Events January 2014

    The Sketchbook Project Pop-Up Library Closing Party
    January 30, 2014, 6:00-8:00 PM

    Wythe Hotel
    80 Wythe Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY 11249
    (off the Bedford L train stop on the corner of Wythe Ave. and N 11th St.)

    The Sketchbook Project is the world’s largest collection of artists’ sketchbooks. The Brooklyn library, stacked with almost 30,000 original works, has been growing one book at a time, contributed to by people of all ages and backgrounds–professionals, students, parents, and artists from all 50 states and over 135 countries.

    For the month of January, The Sketchbook Project has collaborated with Wythe Hotel to create a pop-up library with thousands of sketchbooks in the lobby of this Williamsburg, Brooklyn staple. We’ve pulled travel themed books from our library for visitors to check out and admire as a welcome to their New York visit. We would like to invite you to attend the closing party on January 30th from 6:00 to 8:00 PM as we prepare to conclude this month’s amazing partnership. Share with us that the NYC Insider Guide sent you and we’ll share with you our walls of inspiration!

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  2. InterHarmony Musik-Festival, January 24, 2014 11:37 pm - New York City Events January 2014

    From Russia with Love, 25 Years Later Concert
    January 24, 2014
    Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
    881 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019

    The World Premiere of Thomas Fortmann’s “Sonata for Quintcello” helps celebrate cellist Misha Quint’s 25th year in the United States. The performance takes place at the Weill Recital Hall, January 24 at 8pm. When Misha Quint was a young cellist studying at the Leningrad State Conservatory of Music, he had little idea that one day he would hop a plane, though without his beloved Derazay cello (the government demanded he leave it in Russia) and with barely enough change to jingle in his pocket. He was headed for Vienna with the ultimate goal of performing in New York City.

    Now, 25 years later, InterHarmony International Music Festival, which Quint founded 13 years ago, will present the second of three concerts at Weill Recital Hall on January 24 at 8PM. Quint will be accompanied by his long-time colleague, pianist Svetlana Gorokhovich. The quarter century celebration also includes the release of “Matryoshka Blues” on the Blue Griffin label in conjunction with the Weill Recital Hall concert.

    Among the January 24 concert highlights is the world premiere of Thomas Fortmann’s “Sonata for Quintcello,” a 13-minute witty and challenging musical tour de force. In one section Quint is required to invert the bow beneath the A and C strings in order to play them simultaneously. The result is a wickedly singular sound. The title, besides offering a nod to the name of the cellist, “Quint,” and meaning fifth in Italian, also refers to the frequently occurring interval in this playful sonata.

    The 19th century French court composer François Francoeur will be represented by his “Sonata in E Major,” at times a demonically fast work demanding the full virtuosic command of its two performers.

    Written when the composer was only 19 years old, Richard Strauss’s “Sonata in F Major for cello and piano” brims with the lush beauty of late-Romantic music. Its opening is a tribute to pure sonata form, transforming into a serenade that is weighted with dirge-like gloom, tinged with wistful sadness. Then, following pure classic form, it concludes with the light joy of a Scherzo.

    Schubert will be represented with a transcription for piano and cello of his “Impromptu No. 3 in G Major, D899.” Schubert’s serenade is a classic example of the composer’s beautiful lyricism and gift for long melodic lines. The concert will also include two short works by Igor Stravinsky, “Parasha’s Aria” from the composer’s comic one-act 1922 opera, “Marva,” and his “Blue Bird Duet,” an excerpt from Tchaikovsky’s “Sleeping Beauty,” which Stravinsky transcribed for chamber orchestra. Quint plays a cello version that was once performed as an encore by Mstislav Rostropovich, based on Stravinsky’s chamber orchestra piece.

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  3. Cf CatholicFellowship, January 14, 2014 8:49 am - New York City Events January 2014

    Catholic/Christian Social at The Rubin Museum of Art – K2 Lounge
    Friday January 14, 2014 6PM – 10PM

    Come out to the Rubin Museum of Art on Friday January 24th starting at 6pm. The museum is located at 150 West 17th Street between the Avenue of the Americas (Sixth Avenue) and Seventh Avenue in Manhattan.

    Every Friday night the Café at the Museum becomes the K2 Lounge, offering a special Pan Asian Tapas menu to accompany the evening’s DJ and unique thematic gallery tours and programs. Admission to the galleries is free from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. Drink special (2 for 1 special) are available from 6pm-7pm (bar in K2 Lounge closes at 10pm).

    The Catholic Fellowship will have a separate area reserved for us in the lounge. Meet some new people, make some new friends and experience the unique collection, display, and preservation of the art of the Himalayas and surrounding regions, especially that of Tibet. For more info on the museum, go to

    How to find us: at the K2 Lounge. Ask for Joe or Toan. Our group will have name tags, and we will have tables reserved for The Catholic Fellowship. To learn about The Catholic Fellowship, go to

    Public Transportation

    A, C, E to 14th Street (8th Avenue)
    1 to 18th Street (7th Avenue)
    2, 3 to 14th Street (7th Avenue)
    F, L, M to 14th Street (6th Avenue)
    N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6 to 14th Street-Union Square

    M6, M7, M20 to the corner of 7th Avenue and 18th Street
    M5, M6, M7 to the corner of 6th Avenue and 18th Street

    Commuter Rail
    PATH trains to 14th Street or 23rd Street

    There is a 24-hour parking lot on the corner of 17th Street and 6th Avenue. There are also a number of parking garages and lots on 17th Street between Union Square and 7th Avenue.

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    Saxe Coulson, January 10, 2013 10:14 pm - New York City Events January 2014

    Cielo Club NYC
    18 Little W. 12th St
    New York, NY 10114
    January 10th, 2014

    Enter To Win 2 Free Tickets To Mark Farina & Zenbi @ Cielo Nyc!

    Zenbi Recordings and Biohazard Promotions host their first Friday night at Cielo along with Technition Records bringing along a legendary DJ synonymous with quality House Music by the name of Mark Farina. Mark Farina has a trademark style that will wonder and amaze. He has performed all over the world at some of the best and hottest clubs on the planet.

    Zenbi has steadily charted on The Top 100 Beatport nearly every month. He has played at numerous clubs throughtout DC, NYC, and Philly and has had numerous releases on some of dance music’s biggest labels. He has been getting support from Fatboy Slim, Umek, Moby, and Mark Knight!

    Giving you enough time to rest up after New Years Eve festivities. New York is in for a treat. Cielo is consistently ranked and featured as one of the best places to dance in in the world The crowd is always hot and sexy and the music is always on point!

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