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NYC Broadway Week will return in January as part of NYC Winter Outing

23 Broadway shows will participate in the two-for-one ticket program.

“Harmony” is one of the 23 productions participating in NYC Broadway Week (Credit: Julieta Cervantes)

NYC Broadway Week will return for three weeks beginning on Jan. 16 and run through Feb. 4. The program offers two tickets for the price of one to select productions and performance times. 

Launched in 2011, NYC Broadway Week is a biannual event that aims to encourage increased theatergoing during periods of the year when Broadway attendance is typically at its lowest (September and late January/early February).

Participating Broadway shows during this round include “& Juliet,” “A Beautiful Noise,” “Aladdin,” “Back to the Future,” “Chicago,” “Days of Wine and Roses,” “Gutenberg! The Musical!,” “Hadestown,” “Hamilton,” “Harmony,” “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” “How to Dance in Ohio,” “Kimberly Akimbo,” “MJ,” “Moulin Rouge!,” “Prayer for the French Republic,” “Purlie Victorious,” “SIX,” “Spamalot,” “Sweeney Todd,” “The Book of Mormon,” “The Lion King” and “Wicked.”

Presented by Mastercard, NYC Broadway Week is part of NYC Winter Outing. The program falls under the auspice of New York City Tourism and Conventions, the city’s official tourism bureau. In addition to NYC Broadway Week, NYC Winter Outing encompasses NYC Restaurant Week, NYC Must-See Week and NYC Hotel Week.

“Whether you’re interested in the best restaurants, cultural attractions, hotels or tourist attractions, NYC Winter Outing has what you’re looking for,” said New York City mayor Eric Adams in a statement. “We welcome New Yorkers and visitors alike to support the more than 800 participating businesses and enjoy all that the greatest city in the world has to offer." 

“A winter trip to New York City offers travelers both memorable experiences and the year’s best pricing and overall value,” added Fred Dixon, president and CEO of New York City Tourism and Conventions. “This year’s Winter Outing program packages up savings across restaurants, hotels, Broadway, cultural attractions, tours and more at over 800 businesses for visitors to experience, upholding our mission to create equitable economic impact in all five boroughs.”

Additional information is available here.