'tis the Season Weekend Guide 🌟🎄🕎 | spoiled NYC

'Tis the Season Weekend Guide 🌟🎄🕎

December is officially here. Enjoy the Latkes of Chanukah, the eggnog of Christmas, and the fun of the winter cold and snow. 

It may be cold out, but don't you want to enjoy the holidays while they’re still here? Check our guide for some holiday cheer below.

Friday, December 7th

iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2018 (4 Pennsylvania Plaza, Manhattan @ 7 PM)

The iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Returns to the Madison Square Garden. Enjoy performance by all of the radio favorites. Including  Cardi B, Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Dua Lipa and G-Eazy. Grab a last minute ticket at the link above. Or grab a few friends and snacks and watch from your couch at home.


Free Days at the Whitney Museum (99 Gansevoort St, Manhattan @ 7 PM)

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Famed for its collection of Modern Art Friday is a pay-what-you-wish (from $0.01) Â admittance to explore the collection, including some 63,000 square feet of both indoor and outdoor exhibition space. Make sure to check out the Andy Warhol exhibit.


SPICE GIRLS in XANADU DREAMLAND ROLLER DISCO (233 37th St, Brooklyn @ 7:30 PM)

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Love all things Baby to Posh Spice? Dress up in your favorite Spice Girl looks and head over to Lola Star’s Dreamland Roller Disco.

The night will feature great music, dancers and go-go dancers (with light up hula hoops), a skate competition, a costume contest, and prizes. Make sure to roll through. 

Trailer Park Boys: A Sunnyvale Christmas in New York, NY (2124 Broadway, Manhattan @ 8 PM)


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Ricky, Julian, Bubbles, and Randy are back with another holiday season extravaganza!

Bubbles is determined to put on a good old-fashioned Christmas concert despite Julian's relentless attempts to monetize the festive spirit of the audience, and Ricky and Randy's all-out war to prove who really understands the true meaning of Christmas.

Spend an evening with the boys for an alcohol and drug-fueled Christmas show you will never forget.


Saturday, December 8th

Santacon (New York, New York @ 10 AM)

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SantaCon is a non-commercial, non-political, nonsensical Santa Claus convention that happens once a year for charity.

Be warned Santa's must attend in full and glorious holiday costume! Santa loves gingerbread men, giant presents, sugarplum fairies, frisky reindeer, toy soldiers, and Santa mash-ups.


The Latin American Contemporary Fine Art Competition (530 W. 25th St, Manhattan @11 AM)

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The Latin American Contemporary Fine Art Competition exhibition features the diverse works of 30 artists from Latin America, the Caribbean, and artists of Latin American origin.


TABX Annual Bronx Holiday Lights Ride (1040 Grand Concourse, The Bronx @ 4 PM)

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The Transportation Alternatives Bronx Activist Committee is a group of volunteers advocating for safer streets for people who walk, bike and use public transit in the Bronx. 

Join them for their annual holiday lights ride through neighborhoods after our annual toy drive and party at The Concourse House.


Knicks vs. Nets (4 Pennsylvania Plaza, Manhattan @ 7 PM)

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Watch New York's basketball teams duke it out at Madison Square Garden. With the Nets currently ranked about the Knicks, it could be anyone's game.


Sunday, December 9th

NYCVintageTrain2018 Underground Swing & Jazz Festival (2 Ave F Train Station, Manhattan @ 11 AM)

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Hundreds of jazz musicians, swing dancers, vintage clothing enthusiasts, photographers, families, commuters, and subway/railroad buffs will converge on the 2nd Avenue (F) train station for a full day of music, dance, and happiness - totally FREE with your MetroCard swipe.


Shamanic and Indigenous Arts Holiday Market (107 Green St. #G55, Brooklyn @ 12 PM)

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Come to the Ark for a showing of spectacular visionary art, clothing, ceremonial items, and jewelry handpicked and fair-trade sourced from the Amazon jungle and the Andean Mountains in Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, and Egypt.

The market will feature various indigenous musical instruments  including handcrafted didgeridoos, ceremonial rattles, and custom-painted shamanic drums. There will also be rare harmonic handpan Rav drums from Russia that are impossible to find in any store in the United States.


NYC December Corgi Meet Up 2018 (Riverside & 72nd St, Manhattan @ 1 PM)