November 2019 New York Latin Culture Calendar

November 2019 begins with Day of the Dead and elections, then Veterans Day and art auctions, and finally ends with holiday preparations and Thanksgiving.

November is National Native American Heritage Month and Puerto Rican Heritage Month! The International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival and Comité Noviembre’s Puerto Rican Artisan Fair & Book Expo are in town.

Veterans Day and Thanksgiving provide long weekends and the Veterans Day Parade and Thanksgiving Day Parade.

The TEFAF antiques fair brings Europe’s top antique dealers to New York. DOC NYC is the biggest documentary film festival in the U.S. The Django Reinhardt Festival celebrates hot jazz.

Panamanian New Yorkers celebrate the founding of the Republic of Panama and Panamanian Independence Day. The UN celebrates the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.

The Radio City Rockettes Christmas Spectacular and New York City Ballet’s Nutcracker get going for the season.


November 2019 week 44 ~ October 28 – November 3


October 2019 Calendar


Friday, November 1 ~ All Saints Day

Celebrate National Native American Heritage Month and Puerto Rican Heritage Month. ¡WEPA!

Celebrate All Saints Day, the Catholic feast that honors all people who have gone to heaven.

Celebrate Day of the Holy Innocents (Día de los Santos Inocentes), the day when in the Aztec Méxican Day of the Dead tradition, we remember the deceased children in our family.

Colombian Salsa legend Joe Arroyo was born in Cartagena, Colombia on November 1, 1955.

The Performa 19 Biennial of performance art runs across New York City through November 24.

Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci, opens for a limited run at the Belasco Theatre on Broadway.

The 2019 Open Enrollment Period for government health insurance plans is today through December 15 at www.healthcare.gov

OPENING DAY
The Impressionist & Modern Art, and Contemporary Art auction exhibitions go on view at Sotheby’s in the Upper East Side from 10am to 5pm. The Impressionist & Modern Art auction is November 12. The Contemporary Art auction is November 14. FREE

CLOSING
An exhibition of French conceptual artist Bernar Venet: Indeterminate Hypothesis closes at Kasmin gallery in Chelsea, NYC from 10am – 6pm.

OPENING
An exhibition of Jewish-American artist Rachel Feinstein: Maiden, Mother, Crone, opens at the Jewish Museum in Manhattan’s Upper East Side from 11am to 8pm. On view Thursday-Tuesday through  March 22, 2020. From $8

CLOSING
An exhibition of Mexican artist, Minerva Cuevas: Disidencia closes at Mishkin Gallery at Baruch College in Gramercy, NYC from 11am – 6pm. FREE

The 4th TEFAF New York Fall antiques fair opens to the public at the Park Avenue Armory from 12pm to 8pm. Through Tuesday. From $25

U.S. PREMIERE [Period Piece opening in a Period Theater?]
Motherless Brooklyn, Edward Norton’s 1950s New York period piece starring Bruce Willis and co-starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Bobby Cannavale, opens upstate at the Jacob Burns Film Center (formerly Rome Theater, 1925) in Pleasantville, New York at 7pm. From $10

Jorge Alí Triana & Verónica Triana’s Colombian play El Coronel no tiene quien le escriba is at Repertorio Español in Kips Bay, NYC at 8pm. In Spanish with English subtitles. From $15


Saturday, November 2 ~ Day of the Dead

Celebrate the Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos), the day when in the Aztec Méxican tradition, we remember deceased family members and tend their graves.

Celebrate All Souls’ Day, the Roman Catholic tradition of remembering dead family members and tending their graves.

CLOSING
An exhibition of French artist ORLAN: Saint ORLAN closes at Ceysson & Bénétière in Manhattan’s Upper East Side from 11am – 6pm.

CLOSING
An exhibition of Texas-based, Mexico-born artist Margarita Cabrera: Engendering New Landscapes opens with a reception at Ruiz-Healy Art in Manhattan’s Upper East Side from 11am – 6pm.

The 4th TEFAF New York Fall antiques fair is at the Park Avenue Armory from 12pm to 8pm. From $25

Freestyle Explosion concert brings Stevie B, Lisa Lisa and more to Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey at 7:30pm. From $50

Puerto Rican salsa legends La Sonora Ponceña play Lehman Center in Jerome Park, The Bronx at 8pm. “Moreno Soy…” From $45

Puerto Rican salsa superstar Marc Anthony brings his Opus Tour to Barclays Center in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn at 8pm. From $67

Xiomara Laugart and Axel Tosca play Cuban classics at Zinc Bar in Greenwich Village at 10:30pm and 12am. $20


Sunday, November 3

It’s the start of NYC Veterans Week.

Daylight Savings Time ends. Set your clock back one hour.

Celebrate Panamanian Separation Day when Panama separated from Colombia on November 3, 1903.

The 4th TEFAF New York Fall antiques fair is at the Park Avenue Armory from 12pm to 6pm. From $25

Filomena Marturano Un Matrimonio a la Caribeña, a Cuban version of the Italian play is at Repertorio Español in Kips Bay, NYC at 3pm. From $15

The NYC Marathon starts at Fort Wadsworth in Staten Island at 8:30am and ends in Central Park.

CLOSING
An exhibition of Colombian-born artist Esperanza Cortés: Canté Jondo/Deep Song (Gallery One) closes at Smack Mellon in DUMBO, Brooklyn from 12-6pm.

Dance Argentine tango at the El Destino milonga at Solas in Manhattan’s East Village from 6-11pm. $12


November 2019 week 45 ~ November 4-10


Monday, November 4

OPENING DAY
The Met Christmas Tree and Neapolitan Baroque Crèche opens at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan’s Upper East Side from 10am – 5:30pm. From $12

The 4th TEFAF New York Fall antiques fair is at the Park Avenue Armory from 11am to 8pm. From $25

Italian-American hot jazz specialists Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks play Iguana in Times Square, Manhattan at 8 & 11pm. $20


Tuesday, November 5

The New York State General Election is today.

CLOSING
The 4th TEFAF New York Fall antiques fair closes at the Park Avenue Armory from 11am to 6pm. From $25

Italian-American hot jazz specialists Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks play Iguana in Times Square, Manhattan at 8 & 11pm. $20


Wednesday, November 6

OPENING
The DOC NYC documentary film festival is the West Village and Chelsea, NYC through November 15.

CLOSING
Basquiat’s “Defacement”: The Untold Story closes at the Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan’s Upper East Side from 10am – 5:30pm. From $18Still from ‘The Cordillera of Dreams’ at DOC NYC

OPENING DAY
The Impressionist and Modern Art Auction Exhibition goes on view at Christie’s in Rockefeller Center from 10am to 7pm. The auction is November 11. FREE

OPENING
An exhibition of studio wall panels and sketches for famous works by legendary Puerto Rican graffiti artist, Lee Quiñones: Language Barriers, opens with a reception at James Fuentes in Manhattan’s Lower East Side from 6-8pm. On view Wednesday-Sunday through December 20. FREE

Forro in the Dark plays Brazilian forro at Nublu Classic in Manhattan’s East Village with sets at 9 & 11pm.


Thursday, November 7

DOC NYC
Nothing Fancy: Diana Kennedy, Elizabeth Carroll’s 2019 Mexican film screens at DOC NYC at Cinépolis Chelsea at 5:10pm. From $17

OPENING RECEPTION
An exhibition of paintings by the Italian-American artist Carolanna Parlato: Catch and Release opens with a reception at Morgan Lehman Gallery in Chelsea, NYC from 6-8pm. On view Wednesday-Saturday through December 14. FREE

BENEFIT CONCERT
Bárbara Martínez and Arturo Martínez sing Spanish and Latin American flamenco to benefit the World Music Institute at Clara Aich Studio in Kips Bay, NYC at 6:30pm. $75

The Mercado Global Fashion Forward Celebration is at the Bowery Hotel in Manhattan’s East Village at 6:30pm. From $125

DOC NYC
Cheche Lavi (Looking for Life), Sam Ellison’s 2019 US film about Haitian immigrants on the U.S. border gets its NYC premiere with filmmakers in attendance at Cinépolis Chelsea at 7:15pm. From $17

Dance traditional Argentine Tango at Tango La Nacional in Chelsea, Manhattan from 9:30pm – 2am. (Classes: Beginners 7pm, Intermediate 8pm). $15

DOC NYC
The Journey of MonaLisa, Nicole Costa’s 2019 Chilean movie about a New York City trans sex worker gets its international premiere with the filmmaker in attendance at Cinépolis Chelsea at 9:30pm. From $17

FRANCE
The Paris Photo fine art photography art fair is in Paris, France through Sunday.


Friday, November 8

It’s Veteran’s Day Weekend.

Hyperrealist painter Claudio Bravo was born in Valparaiso, Chile on November 8, 1936.

OPENING RECEPTION
An exhibition of Italian-American artist Francesco Clemente: India opens with a reception at Vito Schnabel Projects in the East Village, NYC from 6-8pm. On view Monday-Friday through January 17. FREE

OPENING RECEPTION
Mexican artist Pia Camil activates her 60th Anniversary Guggenheim commission, the fabric sculpture Here Comes the Sun (2019) at the Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan’s Upper East Side with a talk at 6:30pm and the activation at 7:30pm. From $10

Mexican-American Austin folk rocker Gina Chavez plays the Purchase College Performing Arts Center in Purchase, New York (near White Plains) at 8pm. Tickets from $11.25 [Trust us. She’s worth the trip.]

The Radio City Rockettes Christmas Spectacular opens at Radio City Music Hall in Midtown, Manhattan with shows at 11am, 2pm and 8pm. From $50

DOC NYC
Diego Maradona, Asif Kapadia’s documentary about the legendary Argentine soccer player screens with the filmmaker in attendance at Cinépolis Chelsea at 8:15pm. From $17

DOC NYC
Revolution Rent, Andy Señor Jr and Victor Patrick Alvarez’ 2019 US film about staging the classic Broadway musical in Cuba, screens with filmmakers in attendance at SVA Theatre at 9:30pm. From $17

Puerto Rican salsa legend La India plays La Fiesta Night Club in Passaic, New Jersey at 11pm. From $38


Saturday, November 9

Remember Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass on November 9 – 10, 1938, when Nazi paramilitary forces and civilians attacked Jewish communities across Germany. It can happen again. Never forget.

DOC NYC
The Edge of Democracy, Petra Costa’s 2019 Brazilian film about the political crisis in Brazil, screens with filmmakers in attendance at Cinépolis Chelsea at 11am. From $17

DOC NYC
We are the Radical Monarchs, Linda Goldstein Knowlton’s 2019 USA film about Oakland moms who start a youth organization for girls of color, gets its NYC premiere at SVA Theatre in Chelsea, NYC at 2pm. From $17

DOC NYC
Conscience Point
, Treva Wurmfeld’s 2019 US film about the Shinnecock Nation’s fight to maintain its land on Long Island, gets its NYC premiere with filmmakers in attendance at IFC Center in the West Village at 2:40pm. From $17

DOC NYC
The Fourth Kingdom: The Kingdom of Plastics
, Adán Aliaga and Àlex Lora Cercos’ 2019 Spanish film about the Sure We Can non-profit organization in Williamsburg, screens with filmmaker in attendance at Cinépolis Chelsea at 7:15pm From $17

Gilberto Santa Rosa sings romantic Puerto Rican salsa at Bergen PAC in Englewood, NJ at 8pm. From $39

Dance Argentine Tango at the NYC All Night Milonga at Stepping Out Studios in NoMad, Manhattan from 10pm – 4am. $18

Xiomara Laugart and Axel Tosca play Cuban classics at Zinc Bar in Greenwich Village at 10:30pm and 12am. $20


Sunday, November 10

Dance Theatre of Harlem performs a Sunday Matinée at its studios in Harlem at 3pm. $15

CARNEGIE HALL CITYWIDE
Ensemble Connect , Carnegie Hall’s young musician orchestra, plays a concert that includes French composer Francis Poulenc’s “Trio for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano” at Our Saviour’s Atonement Lutheran Church at 5pm. FREE

OPENING RECEPTION
Futuro Modular, a group exhibition on the idea of the future, opens with a reception at Rachel Uffner in Manhattan’s Lower East Side from 6-8pm. On view Wednesday-Sunday through January 12, 2020. FREE

Dance Argentine tango at the El Destino milonga at Solas in Manhattan’s East Village from 6-11pm. $12

DOC NYC
Los Últimos Frikis, Nicholas Brennan’s 2019 US movie gets its world premiere with the filmmaker in attendance at SVA Theatre at 9:20pm. From $17


November 2019 week 46 ~ November 11-17


Monday, November 11 ~ Veterans Day

Celebrate Veterans Day.

Carlos Fuentes. the great Mexican novelist was born in Panama City, Panama on November 11, 1928.

The NYC Veterans Day Parade marches up Fifth Avenue from 11:05 am – 3:30 pm. FREE

The Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale is at Christie’s in Rockefeller Center at 7pm.

Italian-American hot jazz specialists Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks play Iguana in Times Square, Manhattan at 8 & 11pm. $20


Tuesday, November 12

A Beaver Moon full moon rises over New York City after sunset at 5:06pm.

The Impressionist & Modern Art Evening auction is at Sotheby’s in the Upper East Side at 7pm.

DOC NYC
The Cordillera of Dreams, Patricio Guzmán’s 2019 Chilean film about the Andes and Pinochet, screens at Cinépolis Chelsea at 7:45pm. From $17

Italian-American hot jazz specialists Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks play Iguana in Times Square, Manhattan at 8 & 11pm. $20

The 20th Django Reinhardt Festival is at Birdland in Hell’s Kitchen with shows at 8:30pm & 11pm. Through Saturday. From $40

DOC NYC
Sea of Shadows, Richard Ladkani’s 2019 Austrian film about the fight to save the vaquita whale in the Sea of Cortez, screens at Cinépolis Chelsea at 9pm. From $17


Wednesday, November 13

The Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale is at Christie’s in Rockefeller Center. Time TBD.

OPENING NIGHT GALA BENEFIT
A new production of Evita opens with a gala performance on the New York City Center Mainstage at 6pm. From $50. Gala from $2,500

OPENING RECEPTION
An exhibition of work by Portuguese and Spanish artists: Nature’s Afterlives: Gabriela Albergaria & Jorge Otero-Pailos opens with a reception at Sapar Contemporary in Tribeca, NYC from 6-8pm. On view Tuesday-Saturday through December 20. FREE

OPENING RECEPTION
The 9th International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival opens with a reception at Teatro Círculo in the East Village at 6:30pm. $30. The Festival screens at Cantor Film Center and King Juan Carlos Center in Greenwich Village and Teatro SEA in the Lower East Side  through Sunday. From $13

Forro in the Dark plays Brazilian forro at Nublu Classic in Manhattan’s East Village with sets at 9 & 11pm.

DOC NYC
After the Murder of Albert Lima
, Aengus James’ film about Honduran justice, screens with the filmmaker in attendance at Cinépolis Chelsea at 9:30pm. From $17


Thursday, November 14

(Anticipated) Bergdorf Goodman reveals their holiday windows.

The Salon Art + Design art fair is at the Park Avenue Armory in Manhattan’s Upper East Side through Sunday.

Puerto Rican hip-hop reggaeton musical La Canción is at Repertorio Español in Kips Bay, NYC at 11am. $30

OPENING RECEPTION
An exhibition of new sculptures by Singapore-born, Argentine artist Florencia Escudero opens with a reception at Kristen Lorello in the Lower East Side from 6-8pm. On view Tuesday-Saturday through January 18, 2020. FREE

The Contemporary Art Evening auction is at Sotheby’s in the Upper East Side at 7pm.

The 20th Latin Grammy Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada are on Univision from 8-11pm ET with a pre-show starting at 7pm.

DOC NYC
Midnight Family, Luke Lorentzen’s 2019 USA film about a family of ambulance drivers in Mexico City, screens with filmmakers present at Cinépolis Chelsea at 9:30pm. From $17

Dance traditional Argentine Tango at Tango La Nacional in Chelsea, Manhattan from 9:30pm – 2am. (Classes: Beginners 7pm, Intermediate 8pm). $15


Friday, November 15

It’s National Philanthropy Day.

OPENING
An exhibition of surreal paintings by Dominican-born New York artist Julio Valdez: Water Abstractions opens at June Kelly Gallery in SoHo, NYC. On view Tuesday-Saturday through December 31. FREE

OPENING RECEPTION
An exhibition of paintings paper by Mexican-born New Yorker Mónica Palma: Elbow to Knee opens with a reception at Essex Flowers in Two Bridges, NYC from 6 to 9pm. On view Saturday and Sunday through December 16. FREE

(T)HERE: A Global Festival of Art, Culture and Ideas – Haiti
Haiti Alive is a concert of classical music, ballet and jazz inspired by Haiti, at the Purchase College Performing Arts Center in Purchase, New York at 7pm. From $17.50

Grammy nominee Pedrito Martinez plays real Cuban rumba at Kaufmann Concert Hall in the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan’s Upper East Side (just south of El Barrio, East Harlem) at 7:30pm. From $31.50


Saturday, November 16

The Latin American Art auction exhibition goes on view at Christie’s in Rockefeller Center from 10am to 5pm. The auction is November 20-21. FREE

CLOSING
An exhibition of Portuguese artist Julião Sarmento: Undisclosed closes at Carolina Nitsch Project Room in Chelsea, NYC from 11am to 5pm. FREE

(T)HERE: A Global Festival of Art, Culture and Ideas – Haiti
Chouk Bwa plays Haitian roots music at the Purchase College Performing Arts Center in Purchase, New York at 8pm. From $30

Lucrecia stars in Celia Cruz The Musical is at Lehman Center in Jerome Park, The Bronx at 8pm. From $45

Latin Grammy winner Pedro Giraudo plays Argentine tango at Barbès in Park Slope, Brooklyn at 10pm . $10 suggested donation

Xiomara Laugart and Axel Tosca play Cuban classics at Zinc Bar in Greenwich Village at 10:30pm and 12am. $20


Sunday, November 17

CARNEGIE HALL CITYWIDE
Catalyst Quartet plays classical composers of the African diaspora at the Brooklyn Public Library, Central Library in Prospect Park at 4pm. FREE

Dance Argentine tango at the El Destino milonga at Solas in Manhattan’s East Village from 6-11pm. $12


November 2019 week 47 ~ November 18-24


Monday, November 18

Italian-American hot jazz specialists Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks play Iguana in Times Square, Manhattan at 8 & 11pm. $20


Tuesday, November 19

Celebrate Puerto Rico Discovery Day, the day Colon claimed Puerto Rico for Spain, and the unofficial start of the holiday season in Puerto Rico.

Celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Providence, the patron saint of Puerto Rico.

Jorge Alí Triana & Verónica Triana’s Colombian play El Coronel no tiene quien le escriba is at Repertorio Español in Kips Bay, NYC at 8pm. In Spanish with English subtitles. From $15

Italian-American hot jazz specialists Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks play Iguana in Times Square, Manhattan at 8 & 11pm. $20


Wednesday, November 20

The Latin American Art auction of Lots 1-63 begins at Christie’s in Rockefeller Center at 5pm.

FKA Twigs brings her Magdalene Tour to Kings Theatre in Flatbush, Brooklyn at 8pm. From $55

IL Divo bring an operatic celebration of holiday songs to the Beacon Theatre in the Upper West Side, NYC at 8pm. From $55

Latin Grammy winner Pedro Giraudo plays Argentine tango at lunÁtico in Stuyvesant Heights, Brooklyn at 8:30pm. $10 suggested donation

Forro in the Dark plays Brazilian forro at Nublu Classic in Manhattan’s East Village with sets at 9 & 11pm.


Thursday, November 21

Macy’s is planning to open its 2019 holiday window display at Macy’s Herald Square.

Celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau Day, the day when this year’s new Beaujolais wine goes on sale. Le Beaujolais nouveau est arrivé! 

The Latin American Art auction ends at Christie’s in Rockefeller Center at 10am.

The Latin American Art auction of Lots 70-193 finishes at Christie’s in Rockefeller Center at 10am.

FKA Twigs brings her Magdalene Tour to Kings Theatre in Flatbush, Brooklyn at 8pm. From $55

Latin Grammy winner Pedro Giraudo plays Argentine tango at Terraza 7 in Elmhurst, Queens at 9pm. $10

Dance traditional Argentine Tango at Tango La Nacional in Chelsea, Manhattan from 9:30pm – 2am. (Classes: Beginners 7pm, Intermediate 8pm). $15


Friday, November 22

Celebrate the Feast of Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of musicians.

Ballet Hispánico brings Colombian, Spanish, Jewish and Mexican women choreographers to the Apollo Theater at 8pm. From $13.50

Diego el Cigala sings Spanish flamenco fusions at the Theatre at Westbury in Westbury, Long Island at 8pm. From $49

Filomena Marturano Un Matrimonio a la Caribeña, a Cuban version of the Italian play is at Repertorio Español in Kips Bay, NYC at 8pm. From $15

Lulu Santos brings his Pra Sempre tour to the Melrose Ballroom in Dutch Kills, Queens at 10pm. From $59


Saturday, November 23

The National Puerto Rican Artisans Fair & Book Expo is at Hostos Community College  in Concourse, The Bronx from 12–7pm.

Ballet Hispánico brings Colombian, Spanish, Jewish and Mexican women choreographers to the Apollo Theater at 8pm. From $13.50

Danny Rivera & Chucho Avellanet sing Puerto Rican classics at Lehman Center in Jerome Park, The Bronx at 8pm. From $45


Sunday, November 24

Orchestra of St. Luke’s plays a program of Baroque Storytelling that includes works by Vivaldi (Italian), Rameau (French), and Telemann’s Don Quichotte Overture Suite (a Spanish story) at the Brooklyn Museum in Prospect Park, Brooklyn at 2pm.

Dance Argentine tango at the El Destino milonga at Solas in Manhattan’s East Village from 6-11pm. $12

The American Music Awards are broadcast live on ABC from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California from 8pm to 11pm.

Xiomara Laugart and Axel Tosca play Cuban classics at Zinc Bar in Greenwich Village at 10:30pm and 12am. $20


November 2019 week 48 ~ November 25 – December 1


This week is a U.S. Congress state work period. Find a town hall in your neighborhood.

Monday, November 25

Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women which commemorates the murder of the Mirabal sisters in the Dominican Republic on November 25, 1960.

The 47th International Emmy Awards are at the New York Hilton Hotel at 5:30pm. From $600

Italian-American hot jazz specialists Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks play Iguana in Times Square, Manhattan at 8 & 11pm. $20


Tuesday, November 26

Francisco Canaro, the early Tango bandleader, was born in San José de Mayo, Uruguay on November 26, 1888.

The new moon is at 10:05am this morning.

Latin Grammy winner Pedro Giraudo plays Argentine tango for dancing at The Django in Tribeca, NYC at 7:30pm. $15 and 2 drink minimum

Italian-American hot jazz specialists Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks play Iguana in Times Square, Manhattan at 8 & 11pm. $20


Wednesday, November 27

It’s Thanksgiving Weekend!

Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci, opens on Netflix.

Go see the balloon inflation for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, around the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

Forro in the Dark plays Brazilian forro at Nublu Classic in Manhattan’s East Village with sets at 9 & 11pm.

Legendary Puerto Rican house DJ Louie Vega spins up a Flashback at 3 Dollar Bill in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn.


Thursday, November 28 ~ Thanksgiving

Celebrate Thanksgiving, the U.S. family holiday.

Celebrate Panamanian Independence Day from Spain on November 28, 1821.

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade marches from Manhattan’s Upper West Side through Midtown to Macy’s in the Garment District from 9am – 12noon. FREE


Friday, November 29

Today is a U.S. holiday.

It’s Black Friday, the busiest shopping day of the year.

Alex Sensation’s Mega Bash features Ozuna, Farruko, Luis Fonsi, Prince Royce, REIK, V manuelle, Becky G, Jhay Cortez, Ivy Queen, Lunay and Chimbala at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey at 8pm. From $79

OPENING NIGHT
New York City Ballet’s Nutcracker opens at the David H. Koch Theater in Lincoln Center at 8pm. It runs through January 5, 2019.


Saturday, November 30

Peña Oficial Atlético de Madrid en New York watches Atlético Madrid vs FC Barcelona at the Football Factory at Legends in Koreatown, NYC at Time TBD. No cover.

Penya FC Barcelona watches Atlético Madrid vs FC Barcelona at at Smithfield Hall in Chelsea, NYC. Time TBD. No cover

Dance Argentine Tango at the NYC All Night Milonga at Stepping Out Studios in NoMad, Manhattan from 10pm – 4am. $18

Xiomara Laugart and Axel Tosca play Cuban classics at Zinc Bar in Greenwich Village at 10:30pm and 12am. $20


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