Broadway Week, the easiest way to enjoy entertainment in NYC
NYC & Company, the official organization of destination marketing for the city, announced that the sale of tickets for Broadway WeekSM are available to the public starting this week. The popular semester program now in its seventh edition will run from 4 to 17 September, offering visitors and new yorkers the opportunity to purchase tickets to the 2×1 to 23 of the works top of Broadway. Within the participants, 12 are new in this week, including the work of the critically acclaimed 1984, Groundhog Day and War Paint, among others. For more information and ticket sales visit: nycgo.com/broadwayweek.
Seeing a Broadway show live is an experience iconic in the city of New York, and Broadway Week allows everyone to have the opportunity to enjoy a show at a good price. With one million tickets sold since the program began six years ago, NYC & Company is proud to support the Broadway community, as well as to offer new yorkers and visitors access to the performing arts.
The variety of shows currently on Broadway shows there is something for everyone and this is the perfect time to experience it. This year, Broadway Week will also include a special night of Live Broadway with a celebration in the red carpet world’s most famous, Duffy Square. The event is 7:00pm on the 15th of September will mark the beginning of hispanic heritage month. It will be free to the public and will include presentations by interpreters of Broadway.
The shows participating in Broadway Week include: *
- A Bronx Tale
- To Doll”s House, Part 2**
- Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory**
- Groundhog Day**
- Hello, Dolly!**
- Kinky Boots
- Miss Saigon**
- Prince of Broadway**
- School of Rock
- The Lion King
- The Phantom of The Opera
- The Play That Goes Wrong**
- The Terms of My Surrender**
- War Paint**
*Subject to availability. Apply blackout dates.
**New participating Broadway Week
NYC Broadway Week is produced by NYC & company in partnership with American Express, The Broadway League, AARP, Ticketmaster and Telecharge. It will also be promoted through content exclusive in nycgo.com spectacular in the five districts, print advertising and digital videos in the taxis of the city, and publications on social networks: @nycgo and with the hashtag #NYCBroadwayWeek.
Since its launch in January 2011, Broadway Week to earned a sale of 1,033,144 tickets, generating an income in Broadway is $ 69.9 million.