Tuesday, December 24th: Caroling, Classic Films + New Year’s Eve Events

What are you doing New Year’s Eve? Every day we add new events to our free & cheap NYC New Year’s Eve events list to help you find the perfect answer to that question. Ring in an epic new year on the cheap with fireworks, free drinks, incredible concerts and more—all for less than $40.

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Today’s Events
Tuesday, December 24th: ‘Striking 12′: An ‘Un-Holiday’ Musical
Tuesday, December 24th: Free Caroling in Gramercy Park
Tuesday, December 24th: Christmas Eve Caroling Under the Washington Sq. Park Arch
Tuesday, December 24th: 2-for-1 Classic Films: 'The Lady Eve' & 'Christmas in Connecticut'
Tuesdays & Sundays Through December 29th: Hot Cider Walking Tours
Tuesday, December 24th: Christmas Eve for the Jews Comedy Show
Through Sunday, December 29th: Comedy at The Stand

Ending Today
Through Tuesday, December 24th: The Grand Central Centennial Holiday Fair
Through Tuesday, December 24th: Union Square Holiday Market 2013
Through Tuesday, December 24th: Columbus Circle Holiday Market 2013

Ongoing
Through Sunday, January 5th: Holiday Shops in Bryant Park 2013
Through Tuesday, December 31st: Free Admission to NYC Zoos & Aquariums with Toy Donation
Through Sunday, January 12th: Gingerbread Lane: A 300-Sq.-Ft. Edible Village
Through Thursday, December 26th: Grand Central Centennial Holiday Light Show
Through Sunday, January 12th: The Origami Holiday Tree at AMNH
Through Friday, January 10th: Central Park Photography Walking Tours
Through Friday, February 7th: Grand Central Area Photography Walking Tours
Through Tuesday, December 31st: 'The Soup Kitchen' – A Community Dining, Conversation & Art Collaboration
Through Monday, January 6th: New York-Themed Gingerbread House Extravaganza
Through Sunday, January 12th: See Charles Dickens's Original Manuscript of 'A Christmas Carol'
Tuesdays Through January 7th: Free Jazz & Beer

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