What’s New (And Renewed) In New York City

NYC continues to flex its cultural clout with a robust offering of some of the biggest draws across the globe.

Boasting “The world’s greatest singers on the world’s greatest stage,” The Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center hosts its spring season, running from February 26 – June 10, 2023. On the calendar are a number of classic productions that appeal to a broad audience, including Verdi’s Aida and Puccini’s La Bohème. Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Blanchard’s Champion are also crowd favorites. Groups of 10 or more save up to 20% off regular ticket prices.

Also at Lincoln Center is the David H. Koch Theater, where the New York City Ballet brings together some of the most distinguished dancers, choreographers, musicians and artists. After necessary delays, they’re presenting their winter and spring 2023 repertory performances January 17 – February 26 and April 18 – May 28, respectively. There’s a discount of up to 30% off for repertory performances for groups of 10 or more.

And, of course, there’s Broadway’s much anticipated return. Theaters in Times Square and across town will raise their curtains and set their stages for a wide range of shows. These include Broadway Inbound’s recommended shows for groups: Kimberly AkimboA Beautiful Noise and Almost Famous, as well as other noteworthy titles such as AladdinBack to the Future the Musical, and Funny Girl—to name a handful. Special group rates for as few as eight people can apply, depending on the show. Trip planners are encouraged to look into GroupTools for Broadway Inbound to facilitate the planning and booking of their events. [READ MORE]