5 Amazing Events In NYC This Week – Beat The Winter Chill!

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It may be cold outside, but NYC is turning up the heat in 2017 with some unmissable things to do in the city. Here are five amazing events where you’ll have a blast in the city without fear of frostbite! Enjoy:

Carlitos Padron
Carlitos Padron Subrosa
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  • Where – Subrosa – 63 Gansevoort Street, 10014
  • When – Jan 13 at 8:00 PM
  • Price$7

Thursday night just got a bit spicier with a fiery performance from a Venezuelan percussionist at New York’s newest and most exciting Latin venue. Carlos Padron is a seasoned performer and besides being the founding member of the group Los Rumberos del Callejon, he’s also been featured in the Off Broadway show “Celia Cruz, The Musical.” Subrosa is the place for listeners to discover globally-influenced artists and exotic flavors with specialty cocktails named after colorful cities like Buenos Aires and Santo Domingo, so get ready for a fantastic night of new music.


Pizza Making Class!
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  • Where – Pisa Pizza – 321 1st Ave, Manhattan, 10003
  • When – Jan 12 at 6:00 PM
  • Price$40

What if you could make delicious, fresh pizza anytime anywhere? Sounds like a superpower, but it’s what you’ll be able to do after Cocu Social’s Pizza Making Class! Learn to make your own homemade pizza to amaze and delight your friends, and most importantly, yourself! No cooking experience required, you just have to love pizza (like a normal human being). Get creative with toppings, bases, cheese blends… the world is your pizza pie! Become a pizza making superhero, get your tickets!


Shen Yun
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  • Where – The David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center – 20 Lincoln Center Plaza, Manhattan, 10023
  • When – Jan 12 at 2:30 PM
  • Price – from $80

In ancient times China was known as the Land of the Divine. They lived in harmony with the universe, and saw a connection amongst all things. Now, in the 21st century, we invite you to visit this lost civilization. Classical Chinese dance will do all the storytelling, and with each spin and step you’ll peek into a beautifully diverse ethnic folk tradition. Filled with an enchanting orchestral sound, this is a mesmerizing experience you won’t find anywhere else. Don’t miss it!


Tuesday Baby Tuesday
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  • Where – Up & Down, 244 W 14th St, 10011
  • When – Jan 10 at 11:00 PM
  • Price – $25

Up&Down crosses every dimension: beyond any nightclub or bar, it’s a world where you can take chances and jive all night to the hip hop vibes of DJs Reach, Shortkutz, and Stacks on two levels of dance floor. With appearances from celebrities like Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber (fo’ realz), Tuesday BABY Tuesday is the longest-lasting weekly bash in New York’s nightlife history, so with 20 years of experience, we promise you’ll be in good party people hands. Come on over, it’s sure to be the best Tuesday you’ve had in well, ever.


Relationsh*t!
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  • Where – Q.E.D. Astoria – 27-16 23rd Avenue, Queens, 11105
  • When – Jan 13 at 9:30 PM
  • Price – $8

Whether you’re fresh off a breakup, head over heels for someone, or feel fine going solo, you’re bound to appreciate two comedians’ take on love and partnership. Lynn Bixenspan and Morgan Pielli were both dealing with failed relationships and family issues when they were inspired to produce the show in which they and other performers tell the good, the bad, and the ugly sides of dating before they are psychoanalyzed by a licensed therapist on stage. Although it’s worth a solid laugh, the show can also act as a cathartic experience because it makes us realize that we’ve all gone to tinder hell and back to find companionship. This week’s comedians feature Giulia Rozzi, Marc Gerber, and Jenny Rubin, so come out to live and love with a little relationshit.

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Rob Grams

Rob Grams

Rob is a New York obsessed super-geek. When he's not in front of a computer writing for SecretNYC, he's on his cellphone trying to avoid eye-contact with the world in general.

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