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With Christmas and New Year celebrations behind us and 2019 well on its way, some of us might find that we would like to go to an event that is more for those of us who love live music. In that respect, New York City concerts provide quite a variety to choose from punk, pop, bands, jazz, DJs – the variety is endless.
The following are the best concerts to attend in the month of January, sometimes into February:
• Running through Feb. 16, the annual Ecstatic Music Festival at the Kaufman Music Center (129 West 67th Street) is the only music festival that exclusively presents new work resulting from collaborations, with "audacious combinations and post-genre hybrids."
• Through the 19th, Chita Rivera will be giving her usual lively show at Feinstein's/54 Below. Since she has been quite a favorite with her fans for a long time, it is bound to be difficult to acquire a ticket and, in that respect, rest assured that you will get a ticket since she will be giving the shows daily. You can search here at FeeFreeTicket.com for no fee music concerts tickets for her and other musicians' shows.
• Having proved herself as a fascinating and confident musician, Michelle Zauner and her band Japanese Breakfast have entertained an ever-growing number of fans. But that is due to the fact that her latest album Soft Sounds from Another Planet soared as a result of the intermixing of soft sounds with a crispness that makes it refreshing. This year we will see her at Brooklyn Steel for two consecutive days on Jan 17th and 18th.
• With his known swagger that put him somewhere between Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson – a favorite with his fans – Justin Timberlake will be at Madison Square Garden along with his band. With his own special brand of music, he will entertain his fans nightly beginning on the 31st of January.
So, even if the weather is freezing in New York, we can still have our pick of the best concerts and a wonderful time that we will spend with musicians or bands of our choice – all indoors and that is just for your assurance!
So, all music fans, wrap up from the cold, get out of your homes and have some live fun at any of the concerts that are showing this month.