England’s biggest winter festival offers ice-skating, a Ferris wheel and fairground rides, stalls brimming with toys and sweets, and festive shows.
This international art fair’s Florida edition attracts private collectors and directors, curators, trustees, and patrons of nearly 200 museums and institutions. In 2015, the five-day show drew 77,000 visitors and hosted 267 leading galleries from 32 countries.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre continues its heritage of modern dance and African-American culture with selections from the company’s vast repertoire of more than 235 works by over 90 choreographers.
Visit Prague’s gothic Old Town Square and enjoy carol singers, short plays, and shopping for traditional crafts around a colossal Christmas tree.
Horses from around the world flock to the “turf world championships” to run for the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s $8.26 million pot.
Hailed as one of the world’s best Christmas parades, the nation’s longest-running lighted holiday boat tradition transforms Newport Harbor into an illuminated wonderland with decorations, moving displays, dancers, and music.
French elegance meets Caribbean flair at lavish parties in villas and yachts that offer the privacy jetsetters crave.
Waltz to the Blue Danube in one of the elegant ceremonial halls of the world-famous Hofburg Imperial Palace. The evening includes a spellbinding opening ceremony, spectacular midnight show and firework display, and four-course dinner.
More than a million people typically gather for the spectacular pyrotechnic display over Sydney Harbour, while another billion worldwide watch online and on TV.
Mingle with the world’s most influential private art collectors, corporate buyers, and VIPs as the international art season kicks off with a show featuring the best Asian contemporary works.
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