Along with the NYC Veterans Day Parade, the iconic NYC monument will glow blue and gold, with red and white stripes for the federal holiday on Saturday!
Of course, one of the most special traditions in NYC is the Empire State Building lighting up for different occasions. Though it’s often in its “signature white,” it will transform into a bright and colorful beacon for holidays, city events, fundraisers and more.
It had previously put on flashing lights, spooky LED lighting, and pumpkins, witches, and ghosts in the mast for Halloween, and Saturday, November 11th, it will once again illuminate the NYC sky, this time in blue and gold, with red and white stripes. The lighting is in partnership with the Wounded Warrior Project.
Lights are typically visible throughout the city from sunset (~4:41pm on Saturday) until 2 a.m.
View the full calendar of lights for the NYC landmark on their website here.