In New York for BDNY 2017? Here's What You MUST Do
BDNY 2017 is fast approaching and if you’re going to be in the city that doesn’t sleep, here’s how to make the most out of your days.
New York is, perhaps, the most iconic city in the world. A hub of culture, business, history, and LIFE. Everything happens in NYC, and the sheer unpredictability of those New York Events is what makes The Big Apple be known as the City that Doesn’t Sleep. BDNY 2017 happens on the 12th and 13th of November and it is a great chance to get to know it!
If you’re going to be at BDNY 2017 don’t forget to visit DelightFULL’s stand. Connect with us through firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll be at booth #844. See you there!
If there is something classic to do in NYC, that thing is to go sightseeing. Home of iconic landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, the Rockefeller Center, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building, Times Square, among many, many others, the city is ridden with incredible buildings and monuments worthy of the most beautiful picture and a few moments of gazing and inspiration. BDNY 2017 is also a chance to take a dream trip!
Reflection and homage
One of the saddest moments in recent world history happened in New York. Many years can go by but no one will ever forget the events of that fateful day in September 2001. At the Ground Zero, place where the World Trade Center used to stand, lies a memorial dedicated to the heroes and victims of that day. Take BDNY 2017 as a chance to go there to pay your respects to the innocent victims of the terrorist attempt that scarred the world permanently.
When you ask people what to do in NYC, it’s inevitable that the city’s musical history is going to be mentioned. There’s probably no musical genre more rooted in New York than Jazz. So, when you’re at BDNY 2017 remember to visit one of the historical Jazz Clubs in the city. Most of the classic ones from the 20s-50s are now predictably closed, but there are some revivals that manage to keep the feeling and cool vibes of the old jazz joints, like the Birdland and The Blue Note.
One of the favorite after-dark activities of New Yorkers is to visit comedy clubs. Home of some of the greatest comedians ever and fundamental place of passage in any great comedian’s career, the clubs are filled with as much smoke and booze as they are with history. Home of Jerry Seinfeld, Louie CK, Colin Quinn and Chris Rock, it’s not unlikely to catch them doing a few minutes of stand-up in one of those places. So, while you’re at BDNY 2017, be sure to stop by one of those clubs and watch the next best thing in comedy or, if you’re lucky, one of the greats. We suggest places like the Comedy Cellar, Gotham Comedy Club, The Stand or Caroline’s.