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Get Ready to Go to Broadway

It’s showtime, says NYC & Company, which recently announced the upcoming dates and shows available for its popular NYC Broadway Week event.

The event, now in its eighth year is taking place September 3, 2018, to September 16, 2018.

“Seeing a Broadway show is a quintessential New York City experience, always offering visitors a unique and memorable opportunity to sample some of the best talent our destination has to offer,” said Fred Dixon, president and CEO of NYC & Company. “Whether it’s sampling a new production for the first time or taking in a classic, NYC & Company’s two-for-one Broadway Week promotion gives locals and visitors the chance to sample incredible theater at an advantageous price point.”

There are 24 shows available this fall:

—Aladdin

—Anastasia

—The Band’s Visit

—Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

—Bernhardt/Hamlet

—Carousel

—Chicago The Musical

—Come From Away

—Frozen

—Gettin’ the Band Back Together

—Head Over Heels

—Kinky Boots

—The Lion King

—My Fair Lady

—The Nap

—Once on This Island

—The Phantom of the Opera

—The Play That Goes Wrong

—School of Rock

—SpongeBob SquarePants

—Straight White Men

—Summer: The Donna Summer Musical

—Waitress

—Wicked

“There is truly something for everyone to enjoy on Broadway—from classic favorites to new musicals and plays including family-friendly productions, adaptations, comedies, revivals and more—with so many choices you can’t go wrong,” said Charlotte St. Martin, president of The Broadway League. “Our long-standing partnership with NYC & Company on NYC Broadway Week allows visitors to easily experience the greatest theater destination in the world, New York City!”

Tickets are on sale now, and NYC & Company will once again offer NYC Broadway Week Sweeps, a new element to the program that was launched last year.

Broadway fans can enter for a chance to win a free pair of tickets for performances from September 5-16.

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