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November’s Can’t Miss Events

Oct 24th 2013

Thanksgiving, crisp air, big scarves, and the promise of the holiday season just around the corner, November sure is sweet! From big laughs to the Rockettes, the month is jam-packed with events that are sure to be unforgettable. Variety seems to be the spice of life next month, at least when it comes to things to do in the city.

New York City Marathon – November 3, 2013

On your mark, get set, run! The world’s largest marathon will take over New York’s streets on November 3rd. The course will wind through the city’s 5 boroughs giving runners the ultimate tour of the city and spectators ample locations to cheer from. There will be several road closures in the city, so be sure to plan ahead! For more information, visit

New York Comedy Festival – November 6-10, 2013

The annual New York Comedy Festival is sure to leave you in stitches (of laughter) with its stellar line-up. Presented in association with Comedy Central, this festival has included some of the world’s funniest and most popular comedians today. Past performer include, Dane Cook, Andy Samberg, Tracy Morgan, Ricky Gervais, Conan O’Brien, Kevin Hart, Sarah Silverman, and Drew Carey. This five-day festival will take place on several of New York’s most famous stages. For more information, visit

Radio City Christmas Spectacular – November 8-December 30, 2013

Featuring over 140 performers including the world famous Rockettes, this New York City Christmas tradition will entertain more than a million visitors during its run, combining the classic dance routines with 3-D film. This annual event, which began in 1933, will be unlike any other holiday show you’ve ever seen! For more information, visit

Pier Antique Show – November 23-14, 2013

The city’s largest and most comprehensive art & antiques event will draw New Yorkers and tourists from around the world. With over 500 exhibits shoppers can discover one of a kind furnishings, decorative art, jewelry, collectibles, and fashion. For more information, visit

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade – November 28, 2013

Do you remember watching the Thanksgiving Day Parade on television as a kid? Seen by millions of people on television annually, it’s even better live! For 87 years the Macy’s Day Parade has warmed the hearts of kids and adults alike with 3.5 million people taking to the streets and 50 million watching from the comforts of home. The giant balloons, one of a kind floats and more than 1,500 dancers, 1,000 clowns, and musical performances will welcome the holiday season with the arrival of Santa to New York. The best part is we are located just around the corner from the Macy’s Flagship store, where the parade will commence. For more information, visit

You’ll ‘fall’ in love with these November events!