You wouldn’t know it by the 60-degree weather, but the holidays are upon us, bringing tons of visitors to NYC. And while it may not be a white Christmas, the crowds are all here, looking for things to see and do.

But seasoned New Yorkers all know that the crowds dissipate in January, leaving incredible opportunities to catch a show or fabulous cultural event—without getting elbowed in the ribs! Broadway shows often have more ticket inventory available for group buyers, and there are tons of special events and productions for locals and visitors.

Nowhere is the winter better than at Lincoln Center, with an amazing array of theatre, concerts, opera, and more this January and February.

If you’re into musical theatre, you absolutely cannot miss Lincoln Center Theater’s landmark, Tony®-winning production of The King and I, starring Kelli O’Hara and an incredible company. Featuring a score of treasured songs including “Whistle a Happy Tune,” “Getting to Know You,” and “Shall We Dance,” this sumptuous production is dazzling audiences at the Vivian Beaumont Theater.

For those of you who are looking for an amazing, exclusive concert experience, be sure to check out Lincoln Center’s American Songbook—with its outstanding artists, intimate settings, and unforgettable evenings. This winter, Lincoln Center’s American Songbook features some of Broadway’s brightest stars, including:

  • Rita Moreno 1/23: Fresh off her Kennedy Center Honor, the unstoppable EGOT-winner lights up the stage.
  • Todd Almond with special guest Courtney Love 2/4: “Brilliant lyrics and music” (New Yorker) from a theater-world visionary who brought us Kansas City Choir Boy.
  • Jerry Dixon & Mario Cantone 2/6: Following their critically-acclaimed performances in Steve, one of New York’s wittiest couples invites you to a delicious musical evening.
  • Andy Karl & Orfeh 2/20: Witness the long-awaited onstage reunion of Broadway power couple Orfeh, with her “powerhouse voice” (New York Times), and heartthrob Andy Karl (Rocky, On the Twentieth Century).
  • Charles Busch: The Lady at the Mic 2/26: “New York theater’s best loved gender illusionist” (New York Times) pays tribute to five influential women in his newest solo show.

And many more. Learn more at

And no visit to New York is complete without a night at the opera. Be part of The Metropolitan Opera’s extraordinary 2015-16 season, featuring 24 incredible productions in performance six days a week from September through May. This winter, the Met is featuring world-class productions of La Bohème, Turandot, Madama Butterfly, and more—plus two English-language productions sure to dazzle audiences: Strauss’s Die Fledermaus and Rossini’s The Barber of Seville.

Whether you’re making your first visit to the Met or returning to re-discover a classic, this season has a perfect choice awaiting you.

Classical music lovers should check out The New York Philharmonic’s 2015–16 season, featuring more than 100 extraordinary evenings (and matinees) of the best music-making you’ll hear anywhere. This winter features performances of Wagner and Strauss, Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring, Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, and more.

Contact us right away to book your winter trip to New York—and be sure to ask us about all that Lincoln Center has to offer.

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