New York January 2022

New York January 2022 Events

New York January 2022 Events

Bundle up for a Visit to NYC in January

Average temperature low and high: 39°- 26°
If you're looking to experience a true winter wonderland this season, New York is the place to visit this month. January temperatures are extremely cold in NYC, with highs only reaching the 30s during the day, and dropping to the mid to low 20s during mornings and nights; some very cold mornings can even drop to the mid to lower teens. Luckily, the city will host many indoor shows and events to keep you entertained and out of the cold if you want to avoid it. This is also a great time to visit if you wish to take advantage of affordable accommodations and flights while avoiding large tourist crowds.
Broadway shows in January

Broadway shows in January

2022 on Broadway is beginning with a bang, as 41 theatres return to full swing.

Welcome the new year by attending Broadway’s most famous and long-running shows. Chicago will play at the Ambassador Theatre, while The Phantom of the Opera (the longest-running show in history) can be seen at the Majestic Theatre on West 44th.

Lunt Fontanne Theatre welcomes the Tina Turner musical, and there are multiple dates scheduled for the famous Moulin Rouge at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre.
Additionally, Broadhurst Theatre will have showings of Jagged Little Pill, the musical based on the best-selling album of the same name, while Walter Kerr Theatre has dates for Hadestown throughout the month.

Why not grab the whole family and head over to west 43rd to see Harry Potter on a new adventure at the Lyric Theatre, or Aladdin at the New Amsterdam theatre.
And, if those weren't enough, attend the Belasco Theatre to be blown away by the harmonies in Girl From North Country.

January Event Calendar

PBR Monster Energy Buck Off at The Garden

PBR Monster Energy Buck Off at The Garden

One of the most awaited events featuring the top 30 bull riders coming from all over the world against the rankest bucking bulls. The event starts with explosions, flames, and pyrotechnics. This 2-hour thrilling expedition leaves your hearts pounding – keeping you on the edge of your seat while you watch this bull vs. man expedition. Moreover, wine, beer, soft drinks, and delicious bites add more value to the thrill and spill. Tickets are available online and are $26-$28. 

The Lion King

Bring along the kids to this global phenomenon. The multi-award-winning musical, The Lion King, provides a unique theatrical experience the whole family will never forget. You’ll be blown away by New York’s talented performers, and will want to sing along with every infamous track. Actors bring your favorite characters to life while carefully interpreting the 1994 TV version. Put down your worries and treat someone to a breathtaking performance they’ll never forget. Buy your tickets today.

Widespread Panic

Calling all Spreadheads: this is your chance to see the iconic, legendary Widespread Panic live. With shows spanning over a period of 5 days in NYC, you have plenty of opportunity to catch them while in town. Expect performances of some of their greatest hits, like "Porch Song," "Climb to Safety," and "Blue Indian," along with cover debuts. Five-day pass tickets start at $563, and single-day passes start at $55; they can be purchased online

New York Restaurant Week

NYC is known for its delicious and diverse food options, and there is no better time to explore the culinary wonders of this magical city than during Restaurant Week. During this time, various restaurants around the city will offer discounted, pre-fixed menus. A list of participating restaurants will be available here. 

Weeding Out The Stoned

Weeding Out The Stoned

The Sobriety Game Show hosted by Alex Grubard. A stage full of comedians who are all high except for one of them. In order to leave the sober Narc left alone on stage at the end the audience must eliminate players they believe to be baked out of their mind. If they are successful, everyone wins prizes!

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Trevor Noah Back to Abnormal

Trevor Noah Back to Abnormal

Make sure to catch Trevor Noah's return to a live stage as his Back to Abnormal tour makes a stop at Madison Square Garden. As the most successful comedian in Africa and the host of the Emmy Award-winning “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central, you can expect an unforgettable evening full of witty punch lines and laughs. Ticket prices begin at $75 and can be purchased here.

Chinese New Year Family Festival

Chinese New Year Family Festival

Celebrate the Year of the Tiger 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.

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New York Events in January

Concerts

Theater & Headliners

Sports

Nightclubs

Upcoming events

Sat, Jan 01 at Marquee Deorro
Thu, Jan 20 at House of Yes Dirty Thursday: Britney
Thu, Jan 20 at Lavo Equal
Thu, Jan 20 at Tao Downtown Gil Glaze
Fri, Jan 21 at House of Yes Neon Dreams
Fri, Jan 21 at Lavo Gil Glaze
Things to do in New York

Things to Do in New York in January

Get A Luxurious Spa Treatment

Get A Luxurious Spa Treatment
Winter means dry skin and stress for many people, but fortunately, New York City has some of the best spas in the world.  Take a day to yourself and splurge on unique spa treatments, like a wine bath at Aire, a Geisha facial using nightingale droppings at Shizuka Day Spa, or leech therapy at Silesian Holistic Center.  While some may seem odd, you'll be amazed at how refreshed you feel afterward.

Eat In Pitch-Black

Eat In Pitch-Black
Try an entirely new sensory experience by having dinner at Dining In The Dark, hosted by Abigail's Kitchen.  Guests are blindfolded for the meal, enhancing your senses of taste and smell.  The meal is a set menu that isn't released in advance so that diners enter with no preconceptions, but they are always delicious.  It's a one-of-a-kind opportunity to experience food in a new way.