There are always at least 18 million things to do in NYC. After all, “La Vida es un Carnaval” (Life is a Carnival). Join the parade. Come on, shake your body. ¡Azúcar!
Things to Do in NYC in 2023
- Carnival, the world’s biggest Latin party, builds to its climax on Tuesday, February 21, 2023.
Things To Do in NYC in December 2023
Things to Do in NYC in 2022
2022 has been a transitional year as the Covid-19 pandemic wanes. It’s not over. We’re just over it.
This year Carnival Tuesday (Mardi Gras) is March 1, so the world’s biggest Latin party builds in the last week of February to its climax on Tuesday, March 1, 2022.
Watch the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar at your favorite soccer bar November 21 – December 18, 2022. fifa.com
Things to Do in NYC in 2021
There are a million things to do in NYC in 2021 – even though it is the second year of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The first Broadway shows reopened in June and August. Theaters are hoping to reopen for the fall season. However, we won’t know what is safe until just before.
Things to Do in NYC in 2020
2020 was the year of COVID-19, Unemployment, Black Lives Matter and a presidential election. New York City shut down for the COVID-19 Pandemic on March 12, 2020 and reopened slowly in fits and starts as we all figured this thing out. Black Lives Matter broke out after the death of George Floyd on Memorial Day. Trump Republicans lost the presidential election not once, but over 50 times in court. COVID-19 vaccination began on December 14. What’s next?
This year is completely different and our coverage is a bit spotty as we go through the ups and downs of living with COVID like everybody else. But our 2019 coverage captured the end of an era. New York is always changing. Life will come back, but life will be different.
Things to Do in NYC in 2019
2019 marks the end of an era. It was the last “normal” year before the Covid-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 Pandemic actually began this year, but only burst out into the world in 2020. What a change. There is no going back. New York City is always changing anyway. NYC will come back in a new way, but this is how it used to be, once upon a time in New York City.