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New Year's Eve only comes around once a year and to many it is a much anticipated celebration. It is a time to celebrate the previous year and rejoice in what the next year will bring. Set you're 2014 resolutions and prepare for a full night of fun, music and dancing, and more at these awesome New Year's Eve parties in New York!

Webster Hall's New Year's Eve Ball 2014






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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! The Christmas lights are lighting up the city, the temperatures have dropped, and the holiday shows are starting to open for the season! One of the best things to do in New York City is enjoy a show on Broadway, and when you're here for the holidays, you might as well enjoy one of the limited-time-only feature presentations!



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The New York City skyline is by far one of the most iconic skylines in the world with some of the most beautiful buildings and architecture. There are two main concentrations of sky rise buildings in New York City, each recognizable for their own unique reasons. Midtown Manhattan is the largest central business district in the entire world and home to notable buildings such as the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Chrysler Building, and many more.






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The Pipes of Christmas Concert has become a holiday favorite and will be celebrating its 15th season with performances in New York and New Jersey this December, produced by the Clan Currie Society. Since its debut 15 years ago, the concert has hit standing room only and become a household annual tradition. Concert goers can expect to hear a traditional and spiritual take on holiday music with classics including, O Come, O Come Emmanuel, Joy To The World, and Amazing Grace. All tunes will be performed live on pipes and drums, harp and fiddle, and organ and brass.






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New York City’s USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center has the honor of playing host to one of the most prestegious tennis events in the world - the 2014 US Open. The 134th running of this ultimate tennis event, a huge New York City tourist attraction, has brought big names such as Serena and Venus Williams, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer to the big city.