New York February 2021 Events

New York February 2021 Events

Bundle up for a Visit to New York this February

Average temperature low and high: 29°-43°
Winters in New York are pretty cold; be prepared to pack layers and bundle up. Despite the cold, there are still indoor options for your visit to ensure a memorable trip! For example, visit one of the many art museums or go on a food tour, visiting some of the best restaurants.

February Event Calendar

Chinese New Year Family Festival

Chinese New Year Family Festival

Celebrate the Year of the Rat with Chinese culture right in the heart of New York City. This New Year festival is family-orientated, and bursting with workshops and activities for the entire family. Some popular activities include dumpling making, educational workshops, entertaining storytelling, and more. The Chinese New Year Family Festival also includes a puppet show by Chinese Theatre Works. Purchase tickets based on the activity you’re interested in. Information on this event in regards to COVID-19 restrictions have not yet been released by organizers, we will update this post when they do! 

See Alonzo Bodden Live!

See Alonzo Bodden Live!

Get ready to laugh until your stomach hurts at a live comedy performance with Alonzo Bodden. Being a comedian for 20 years now, he's traveled the country and prompted thousands of laughs. Catch him while he's in New York, and get your tickets here!

New York Events in February

Concerts

Sports

Theater & Headliners

Things to Do in New York in February

Go on a Food Tour

Go on a Food Tour
New York has so many culinary gems dispersed through neighborhoods throughout the city. Finding and visiting some of the best spots can get overwhelming, which is why a food tour is a great, stress-free way to get your fix! Whether you are looking to check out eateries in Chinatown, Little Italy, or Greenwich Village, booking a tour is the best way to explore.

Visit the Empire State Building

Visit the Empire State Building
An architectural masterpiece built between 1930 and 1931, the Empire State Building is a 102-story Art Deco skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan. Go for the sunrise experience and see the city wake up from the 86th-floor observation deck or get the full royalty experience with a private guided tour and exclusive access to the celebrity green room.