Radio City Music Hall is getting ready to debut a new show in March called “Heart and Lights”. This brand new musical will be starring the Rockettes and will be an ode to the beloved city of New York. This 90 minute new spectacular will bring to life the passion New Yorkers have for their city as you follow two cousins on their journey through uptown and downtown to discover the secrets and of their grandmothers past as well as the city’s past too.
A special presale for this show will be available today until October 10 at midnight. Use the code HPSTRANSIT for special access to great seats before tickets go on sale to the general public!
Christmas is just too good of a feeling to only experience it in the winter. You don’t have to wait until December; only in New York can you watch the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall this summer on August 13th! The “Christmas in August” celebration of the 2013 Radio City Christmas Spectacular production will make you feel like a kid again, and the only thing missing is the snow. The breathtaking performances by the Rockettes begin at 11 a.m. in Times Square. Radio City’s Santa Claus will be in attendance too coming straight from the North Pole to the Big Apple.
It gets better! We’ll be sharing the Christmas spirit too. The Rockettes will be traveling around NYC on our Gray Line New York red double decker bus! Fans will be able to see them as they stop by several locations including Radio City Music Hall, Bryant Park, Madison Square Park, the Beacon Theatre, Union Square, and Park Slope.
So bring the family, and enjoy the holiday season in the summer heat! But remember to tell the kids to save the wish list until December!
It’s the hap- happiest season of all. The holidays are here, snow has already fallen, lights are being strung up, and smiles can be found on faces across New York City. Let’s take a quick look at the lineup in NYC for the next month and half:
11/22/12: Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
11/28/12: Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting
12/8/12: Hanukkah begins
12/31/12: Times Square drops the ball on the New Year
In just over a month, NYC is home to 3 of the most watched annual events in the world, sandwiching two of the most exciting holidays of the year. If every week it seems like something new is going to happen, it’s because every week something new is happening!
So in case you haven’t been following along on the blog, or you’re just looking for something to do while you’re in town, here are a few ideas: