Tickets & Events in Long Island City, NY

Ajkun Ballet Presents "Dracula" at 8 p.m. on October 26, 27, or 28

Ajkun Ballet Presents "Dracula"

Manhattan Movement and Arts Center

This world premiere production trains the choreography of Chiara Ajkun on the myths, legends, and magic of the Count 550 years later

$39.80 $19

Standup Comedy for Two, Three, or Four at Dangerfield’s Comedy Club

Dangerfield's Comedy Club

Dangerfield's Comedy Club

Comedy club hosts the cream of the gut-busting crop, with nationally recognized comedians taking the stage each night

$40 $5

Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes (November 11—23)

Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes

Radio City Music Hall

Make memories with the world-famous Rockettes, a production featuring the high-kicking dance troupe and other holiday showstoppers

$75.80 $45

Standup Comedy for Two, Four, or Six, Plus Tickets to Future Shows at New York Comedy Club (Up to 97% Off)

New York Comedy Club

New York Comedy Club

Every night hosts standup or themed events with up-and-coming comedians

$420 $15

Halloween Club and Yacht Parties on Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29

NYC Halloween Parties

Multiple Locations

Exclusive clubs, rooftops, and yachts form the upscale background for each of these wild Halloween events; Rozes performs at Hudson Terrace

$16.89 $8

LOL Stand Up Comedy Times Square, August 1–November 30

LOL Times Square Comedy Club

LOL Times Square Comedy Club

Popular New York comedy club’s new location welcomes both local and nationally touring standup comedians

$15 $5

$12 for Movie Admission for Two at Cinema Village ($24 Value)

Cinema Village

Cinema Village

The oldest operating theater in Greenwich Village fills its three silver screens with indies, major releases, and cult classics

$24 $12

"Oh, Hello on Broadway" Starring Nick Kroll and John Mulaney through October 30

"Oh, Hello on Broadway" starring Nick Kroll and John Mulaney

Lyceum Theatre

Nick Kroll and John Mulaney bring quibbling, hilariously out-of-touch characters from Comedy Central’s Kroll Show to Broadway

$78.50 $59

"Drunk Shakespeare" at The Lounge (Up to 52% Off)

Drunk Shakespeare

The Lounge

The show that TimeOut New York calls a “live-action Drunk History” always starts the same way: one cast member downs shots of whiskey

$73 $35

"Avenue Q" (Through February 26)

"Avenue Q"

New World Stages

Mature musical follows a hybrid of puppets and humans as they look for love and purpose in New York City

$103.50 $45

$39 for Date Night with Two Movie Tickets and $100 eGift Card ($124 Value*)

Ultimate Date Night Package

Online Deal

Create your own ultimate date with movie tickets and a $100 eGift Card for dinner

$124 $39

Standup Comedy Show for Two (Through December 11)

Comic Strip Live

Comic Strip Live

Comedy club welcomes local and nationally touring standup comedians to its stage

$40 $10

"One Funny Mother" (Through January 7)

"One Funny Mother"

New World Stages

Comedian, former Miss New Jersey, and mother of three Dena Blizzard muses on the trials of motherhood and marriage in a one-woman show

$73 $35

American Symphony Orchestra: Troubled Days of Peace (October 19) or Bernstein and the Bostonians (November 18)

American Symphony Orchestra: Troubled Days of Peace or Bernstein and the Bostonians

Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall

Leon Botstein leads two one-act operas revolving around tyranny, and a tribute to the composers known collectively as the “Boston School”

$32.25 $16

Gazillion Bubble Show (Through February 26)

Gazillion Bubble Show

New World Stages

A family that’s honed its show for more than 20 years creates and layers countless dazzling bubbles amid colorful lasers

$83 $45

Matilda The Musical through November 20

"Matilda the Musical"

Shubert Theatre

A precocious young girl surrounded by verbally abusive adults finds her only joy in books—and wreaking havoc with her telekinesis

$88.50 $59

Standup for Two or Four at Stand Up NY Through October 29 (Up to 78% Off)

Stand Up NY

Stand Up NY

Neighborhood institution hosts comedians seen on HBO, Comedy Central, and BET

$66 $17

Ajkun Ballet Theatre Presents The Nutcracker, December 3–18

Ajkun Ballet presents "The Nutcracker"

Multiple Locations

Tchaikovsky’s classic score twirls to life in a holiday classic which sees young Clara venture into a dreamland of snow and ice

$29 $17

General Admission to Comedy Show at Tribeca Comedy Lounge (Up to 94% Off). Four Options Available.

Tribeca Comedy Lounge

Tribeca Comedy Lounge

Comedy club directs spotlight toward renowned comics who have appeared on Letterman and Comedy Central during schedule of sidesplitting acts

$50 $4

College Basketball: 2K Classic on November 17–18 or Legends Classic on November 21–22

2K Classic and Legends Classic

Multiple Locations

The 2K Classic and Legends Classic tip-off the college basketball season with tournaments at Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center

$62.50 $25

Apollo Theater Presents "The First Noel" on December 13–15

"The First Noel"

Apollo Theater

New holiday musical about a Harlem family dealing with loss and looking for redemption includes gospel- and soul-infused Christmas carols

$43.05 $21.50

Movie Theater Ticket Subscription Plans from MoviePass (Up to 37% Off). Four Options Available.


Online Deal

Smartphone app lets users reserve movie theater tickets at major theaters nationwide, saving them time and money

$20.99 $14.99

truTV's Impractical Jokers Live: Nitro Circus Spectacular

truTV's Impractical Jokers Live: Nitro Circus Spectacular

Prudential Center

The quartet behind the prank show Impractical Jokers take the stage for an evening of comedy and never-before-seen TV clips

$78.05 $39

New Jersey Comic Expo

New Jersey Convention & Exposition Center

New Jersey Convention & Exposition Center

$35 $20.25

Tour for Two Adults or Two Adults and Two Children of Lucy the Elephant (38% Off)

Lucy the Margate Elephant

Margate City

Tour the six-story elephant-shaped building, which was built in 1881 and is now on the National Park Registry of Historical Landmarks

$16 $10

Field of Screamz Haunted House for One, Two, or Four (October 15–29)

Field of Screamz

Palidades Credit Union Park (formerly Provident Bank Park)

The Rockland Boulders’ ballpark transforms into a chilling haunted house filled with lurking monsters

$32.50 $9

Standup Show with Drinks for Two, Four, or Eight at Greenwich Village Comedy Club (Up to 80% Off)

Greenwich Village Comedy Club

Greenwich Comedy Club

Upcoming events include comedy nights hosted by the expressive Tom Ragú and Sassi Keegan, a professional birthday clown

$160 $39

Odd Squad LIVE! on October 29 or 30

Odd Squad LIVE!

NYU Skirball Center

Agents from the Emmy-winning PBS series transform the theater into their HQ while trying to solve mysteries during this interactive show

$39 $25

Rhythm of the Night feat. El DeBarge, Tank, and Troop on Saturday, November 19, at 8 p.m.

Rhythm of the Night: El DeBarge, Tank, Troop

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts

The falsetto singer behind DeBarge hits such as “Rhythm of the Night” teams up with R&B hitmakers behind “Under” and “Sweet November”

$50 $25

American Repertory Ballet's "The Nutcracker" on Saturday, November 19, at 2 p.m.

American Repertory Ballet's "Nutcracker"

Union County Performing Arts Center

Tchaikovsky’s classic score twirls to life in an abridged, sensory-friendly version of the holiday classic

$25 $15

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  • Museum Of The Moving Image
    Occupying a recently renovated facility in the historic Astoria Studio complex where filmmakers have been bringing movies to life since 1927, The Museum of the Moving Image sits on the campus of one of the largest film and television production facilities on the East Coast. Established in 1981 by the Astoria Motion Picture and Television Center Foundation, the museum has been called “an amazing place” by Frommer’s, while Fodor’s says it is “twice as nice as before” its 2011 renovation. Recently, the museum has been awarded the titles of Best One-Spot-Satisfies-All Museum and Best for Film Fanatics by Time Out New York, as well as Coolest Museum Ever by Conde Nast Traveler and Best Museum–2013 by The Village Voice. The museum displays a collection of over 130,000 movie artifacts. More than 1,400 of those are displayed in the museum's core Behind the Screen exhibition, with objects ranging from historical cameras to makeup used on the set of Sex and the City. Along with relics, the exhibit details the filmmaking process of early pictures such as The Great Train Robbery. For an interactive look at modern-day filmmaking, guests can create their own stop-motion animations at computer-based interactive stations. The museum's ongoing First Look series gives visitors a chance to watch brand new films before they hit the festival circuit, and in 2015, the museum plans to launch an entire gallery dedicated to Jim Henson. When it's not chronicling filmmaking efforts, the museum annually screens more than 400 films in its cutting-edge 267-seat Sumner M. Redstone Theater and 68-seat screening room. Selections run the gamut from restored archival prints and new international releases to silent films scored with professional live music, a far better soundtrack than audience members humming their favorite movie themes at the same time.
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    Astoria, NY US
  • Ashley Strand presents Bleep!
    Founded by Queens native and The Late Late Show vet Steve Hofstetter, Laughing Devil Comedy Club lobbed its inaugural laughs in late 2011. Its debut on the city's comedy scene came after weeks of anticipation and attention in the New York Post, the Queens Courier, and the Queens Tribune. Within its intimate 70-seat venue, bartenders draw from a top-shelf drink menu to forge potions such as The Andy Kaufman's blend of Saint Germain, Patrón tequila, and pineapple or pour drafts of Chimay Triple, brewed in the traditional manner by Belgian prop comics.
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    Long Island City, NY US
  • The Hall at MP
    Located in the heart of trendy Williamsburg Brooklyn, The Hall at MP is one of the few eateries that's had their space acoustically treated and engineered. With a state of the art Martin Audio sound system, The Hall offers visitors the opportunity to relax with food and drinks while listening to live acts from top musical performers, local artists, DJs, and comedians. Off the stage, chef Michael Psilakis's menu features bar snacks, appetizers, and signature dishes, including the MP burger–an 8 oz. short rib brisket chuck with gruyere. The bar offers 15 signature house cocktails on draft, 30 craft beers, and wine that patrons can choose from while watching live acts on the venue's 30 x 12 stage.
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    Brooklyn, NY US
  • The Lost Tribe Expeditions
    The races put together by The Lost Tribe Expeditions are the ultimate in adventure—participants get dropped off in the middle of the wilderness and have mere hours to cross the finish line. The exact location, terrain, and distance of these races remain tightly-held secrets until start time, ensuring that participants’ adaptability is challenged along with their strength, stamina, and strategic skills. Racers may need to traverse everything from mountains and unmarked forest to creeks and swamps while equipped with only basic food, water, and headlamps. In this race, nothing separates you from the pristine, untouched wilderness except your own body, mind, and TV-viewing schedule.
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    High Falls, NY US
  • Turkish Cultural Center
    A non-profit organization, Turkish Cultural Center aims to build long-lasting friendships between people of Turkish heritage and any other background. How do they do it? They host diverse group dinners, cultural nights, and educational programs in cooking, art, and other areas. Check out the video on this page for a more thorough introduction to the center.
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    Sunnyside, NY US
  • Jackson Heights Cinema
    The Jackson Heights Cinema opened on the day after Christmas in 1924. At the time, the theater played films on a single screen, with musical accompaniment provided by a wood-burning Wurlitzer organ. While holding on to its classic decor, the theater now hosts three screens with digital stereo sound crisply soundtracking subtitled Latin-American and Bollywood films as well as US blockbusters.
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    New York, NY US