Experience the New Year’s Celebration in New York City!

Approximately one million people gather to watch New York City Times Square’s countdown into the new year, and this time, you can be part of the celebration for New Year’s Day. Be sure come early to beat the rush and watch in amazement as the digital displays of Times Square are lit up with fireworks and streamers flying in every direction. The gargantuan production is seen by millions of people all over the world on televisions, but it’s even better if you’re there to experience it firsthand. Fulfill your dreams and attend New York City’s most famous celebrations. Also, make sure you find out which New York City hotels still have availability and reserve a room.

Don’t forget to attend some of the city’s great Christmas shows while you’re here, such as the legendary Rockettes The Radio City Christmas Spectacular. The show has an amazing variety of choreography and performances combined with the same Broadway quality production value that New York City is known for. The Rockettes’ show is geared toward the Christmas festivities almost entirely, and it includes Santa flying over the audience and a living Nativity.

Also, to better understand how the holiday events are covered and broadcasted on the news, you can try the NBC Studio Tour, which provides you with passes to see all kinds of things at NBC, beginning from the intersection of 49th Street and Rockefeller Plaza. View the sets of great shows like NBC Sports, Saturday Night Live and Dateline. The tour includes facts and details about how NBC sets up their shows and produces them from start to finish.

0 thoughts on “Experience the New Year’s Celebration in New York City!

  1. I have always wanted to go to New York to see the ball drop in person. It sounds like there are a lot of fun things I could while I’m there!

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