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Winter's Eve at Lincoln Square
Photograph: Filip Wolak

Everything you need to know about New York’s largest holiday festival

Written by
David Goldberg

Looks like NYC is in for a smooth transition from Thanksgiving to Christmas this year. On Monday November 28, Lincoln Square will be decked out in tinsel and holly for the city's biggest holiday festival, Winter's Eve. This year's NYC Christmas bonanza will feature a host of performers taking over Lincoln Square, including jugglers, stilt-walkers, carolers and Chinese Lion Dancers. Expect celebrity guests to light this year's Christmas tree—another New York State Tree brought in from Bliss, NY. 

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If you're not still full from Thanksgiving, then wear your stretchy pants before hitting over 30 food vendors, many of which will be serving Autumnal pumpkin spice realness with their reduced-price vittles.

More updates about food vendors and lineup will be up soon. This year's Winter's Eve at Lincoln Square is on Monday November 28 5:30–9pm. You can learn more at the Winter's Eve site.

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