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New York City Event Calendar: Things to Do Today
New York City Event Calendar: Things to Do Today
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A typical day in New York City offers more variety than the menu at a neighborhood bodega, from cutting-edge concerts in Brooklyn to informative walking tours through Harlem. Get a taste of the Big Apple via this calendar of comedy shows, art exhibits, pop-up markets, and more amazing events throughout the city, selected by Eventbrite’s expert curators.
New York City Event Calendar: Things to Do Today

Daybreaker / New York, NY

New York City Event Calendar: Things to Do Today

Daybreaker / New York, NY

New York City Event Calendar: Things to Do Today
New York City Event Calendar: Things to Do Today
Collection by Eventbrite
A typical day in New York City offers more variety than the menu at a neighborhood bodega, from cutting-edge concerts in Brooklyn to informative walking tours through Harlem. Get a taste of the Big Apple via this calendar of comedy shows, art exhibits, pop-up markets, and more amazing events throughout the city, selected by Eventbrite’s expert curators.
A typical day in New York City offers more variety than the menu at a neighborhood bodega, from cutting-edge concerts in Brooklyn to informative walking tours through Harlem. Get a taste of the Big Apple via this calendar of comedy shows, art exhibits, pop-up markets, and more amazing events throughout the city, selected by Eventbrite’s expert curators.

Immerse yourself in the world of natural perfumery at this fine fragrance intensive. You'll get an intro to natural perfumes and access to Bios Apothecary's 120+ fragrances, and leave with a bottle of your one-of-a-kind fragrance creation.

Sip a cup of tea while you build a bouquet using the fundamental theories and core principles of Ikebana, Japan's ancient art of flower arranging.

Strap on your roller skates and get comfortable dancing on wheels at this weekly fundamentals class. Safety gear mandatory.

Get a jumpstart on your valentine cards this year at the King Manor Museum, where paper hearts, vintage lace, and other ephemera await you during a family-friendly Victorian valentine-making workshop for all ages.

With a full bar and kitchen, plus three shows on Saturday nights, this affordable comedy show is a great way to spend an evening out.

Throw on some skinny jeans and a hoodie before partying like it's 2005 at a gathering soundtracked by indie pop and post punk music, blaring from midnight 'til the early morning.

From sanitariums and cemeteries to religious burials and modern embalming, discover the history of death in New York City at this guided outdoor walking tour.

Bring your mat to Prospect Park for a free gentle yoga flow class, specially designed for beginners and those who have experienced trauma.

Enjoy the meditative qualities of old-growth tea in Chinatown at this quiet single-origin tea tasting.

Looking for the perfect date night? How about a full Moroccan meal presented with tea, cocktails, and belly dancing, all set on a rooftop overlooking the NYC skyline.

Enjoy a different lineup every week at this diverse and inclusive comedy show, hosted by Ashley Gavin.

Lingerie shop-slash-speakeasy Astoria's Secret hosts a free karaoke night every Sunday, with cocktails, food, and good vibes.

Industry City hosts this free bodyART method session, a physical therapy based approach to movement training that will improve your flexibility and help boost your cardio stamina.

Self-proclaimed "Queen of Dance" Empress Cece leads this body positive dance class in Brooklyn, where attendees can express themselves during a vigorous session set to the pulsing rhythms of dancehall and soca music.

Pick up a tufting gun and bring the rug of your dreams into existence during this four-hour workshop, where you'll create a work of art that you can stand on. This class includes all the materials (including yarn) that you'll need and a step-by-step tufting tutorial.

Free comedy, free pizza, and a freestyle rap battle every Tuesday at Bowery Electric. Who says you have to spend money to have a good time in Manhattan?

This isn't your grandma's bingo night. You could win vintage records, free drinks, and more weird prizes when you grab a board and a free slice of pizza at this legendary Williamsburg dive.

Take the trip to Coney Island Brewery on Wednesday evenings to take part in a tour of the brewhouse, followed by a guided tasting with a unique food pairing created by the brewery's head chef.

Otto's Shrunken Head hosts this open mic night every Wednesday, followed by an open jam with a full backline, where you can your own instruments and drumsticks and show of your band's new (original) song.

A secret Bushwick arts space hosts Brooklyn's wildest burlesque troupe, dancing to tracks by the likes of Joan Jett and The B-52s at this raunchy send-up of the legendary NYC punk venue.

Salute the sun before shopping for groceries at Chelsea Market's free morning yoga class. Bring your own mat, towel, and shopping bags.

Head to Queens to learn how you can skip the delivery fees and make fish-free sushi rolls at home. You'll learn the differences between various rolls and get hands-on experience crafting delicious maki and California rolls.

Grab a themed drink and learn to do the hustle as aerialists perform on the infamous Studio 54-inspired moon at this weekly throwback party. Arrive before 9pm in your grooviest '70s finery for free admission.

Ornate Williamsburg cocktail lounge Fiction Bar/Cafe hosts this bi-monthly Friday night comedy show, with drink specials until 8pm.

Video dating app Filteroff hosts this anti-Valentine's Day party, where an open bar and DJs help you celebrate your singlehood (and maybe hook you up with someone cute).

Bring the summer vibes and get ready to sweat at this huge, late-night dance party tribute to "Un Verano Sin Ti" and all things Bad Bunny.

Explore the art, history, and pop culture of Gowanus at artist Rich Garr's "monthly investigation" of the ever-changing neighborhood/superfund site.

Learn how to taste beer and pair it with food at the most laid-back (and delicious) Valentine's Day dinner this side of the Hudson. Come to make friends or bring a date — you'll enjoy three courses paired with Coney Island Brewery pours.

Explore the whisky-drenched history of Campbeltown, Scotland (a former distillery hub) during this high-end tasting session, which pairs each snifter of scotch with a comedic performance and something delicious to eat.

Give a single finger salute to Valentine's Day and online dating at this legendary improvised comedy show inspired by swiping folly that the New York Times once called "ingenious."

Wear a bracelet that corresponds to your relationship status as you groove to tunes from the Hot Rabbit DJs at this queer-oriented party, featuring go-go dancers and vendors selling Valentine's Day gifts.

Make Valentine's Day your favorite kind of night at this floating tribute to The Weeknd, complete with two indoor dance floors and stunning views from the Hudson (and the "Blinding Lights" of the skyline) until 3am.

Who needs delivery? This cuffing season, grab your date and learn how to make authentic Japanese ramen at home, from the noodles to the broth.

Spend Valentine's Day eve with drag artist Kendall Knight and other performers in The Strand's rare book room, where you'll enjoy singing, dancing, trivia, and a raffle featuring sweet prizes.

Treat your date to the best, without a hard-to-snag reservation. Murray's Cheese reintroduces this luxury tasting event for Valentine's Day, serving the finest Champagnes paired with expensive cheese, high quality caviar, and real truffles.

Hundreds of rainbow-hued fabric flowers burst from the walls of this legendary Midtown business. Tour M&S Schmalberg's century-old factory, meet the artisans, and shop a selection flowers at a steep discount on this tour of the garment district's best-kept secret.

Whether you're a writer, artist, or someone in between, bring your medium of choice to this free creativity workshop, where an artistic prompt will spark your imagination and help connect you to your community.

Relive middle school the way it should have been: With glitter tattoos, vision boarding, retro crafts, and all your best girl friends. Oh, and because you're old enough now, there'll be champagne, too.

Grab a drink, get your tarot cards read, and support small Black-owned businesses by shopping at this pop-up , where you'll be enticed by booths showcasing ethically-made, small-batch artisanal crafts.

Steel Sessions celebrates its "Jordan year" with a music industry mixer featuring rising talent, vendors showing off their wares, and special guests. Come to build your network, add some gear to your studio, and learn from the pros.

Take self care to a higher level at this balancing, rejuvenating evening ritual. A sacred cacao ceremony precedes a group reiki session, where a facilitator will focus on aligning your physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional energies.

Raise a glass to NYC's best comedians as they drunkenly retell the stories of their favorite Black historical figures at this interactive live show.

Experience the healing power of music and Himalayan salt caves during this relaxing concert that surrounds you with salty crystals. After the show, you can visit Gaia Nomaya's restaurant for healthy food and juices.

Experience a different approach to dating during this interactive show for singles. Randomly-selected attendees will have the chance to take the stage for a live three-minute speed date with a comedian or another random member of the audience.

Local poets read original works at InspiredWordNYC's popular poetry and spoken work event. Settle in and listen, or sign up for a short set yourself.

Winter's the best time to fully appreciate Central Park. Discover the beautiful history behind some of the best urban green space in the world on this two-hour-long casual walking tour — written and led by a former Central Park employee!

Once a month, comedians Nika Lomazzo and Anya Volz present a night of queer joy and laughter at Parkside Lounge. After the show, take part in a structured, psychology-inspired social hour to make new besties with zero stress.