The best of 2018

Here’s everything you need to make the next 12 months in NYC the wildest, most culture-packed and FOMO-free ever

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Buy-bye, 2017! The new year is finally upon us, and New Yorkers have a ton of reasons to be thankful. Need proof? Just look at our lineup of big-deal events, new live-music venues, years-in-the-works developments, killer comedy shows, and more. And if you want to check out what made last year rock, see our guide to the best of 2017.

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See the best of 2018

Put the best concerts of 2018 in your calendar now
Music

Put the best concerts of 2018 in your calendar now

Here’s our guide to the best NYC concerts happening in 2018 from multi-day festivals to up-and-coming acts not to miss

Ten Broadway shows to catch in 2018
Theater

Ten Broadway shows to catch in 2018

Harry Potter, Frozen and Mean Girls are among the promising shows that Broadway has in store this year

Our totally accurate predictions for NYC in 2018
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Our totally accurate predictions for NYC in 2018

It’s a new year, and we’re feeling positively clairvoyant

The 15 movies we’re most excited about in 2018
Movies

The 15 movies we’re most excited about in 2018

We’re going to assume you don’t need reminding about a new Han Solo spinoff—here’s the real gold coming in 2018

Five NYC comedians to look out for in 2018
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Five NYC comedians to look out for in 2018

These comedians will be giving us lots to laugh about in 2018

Three new music venues every New Yorker should check out in 2018
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Three new music venues every New Yorker should check out in 2018

Here are three promising new music spots to see bands and DJs in the new year

A huge new Williamsburg waterfront park will dominate the old Domino’s factory this summer
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A huge new Williamsburg waterfront park will dominate the old Domino’s factory this summer

Few things excite New Yorkers as much as urban green space

Park Slope will welcome its very own Nitehawk Cinema this spring
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Park Slope will welcome its very own Nitehawk Cinema this spring

The complex is more than three times larger than the Williamsburg location

A guide to New York’s explosion of performance festivals in January
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A guide to New York’s explosion of performance festivals in January

Every year, January in New York brings a storm of experimental performance festivals

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