We’re following the impact of coronavirus on events in and around New York City to bring you the latest on cancellations and things to do during the outbreak.

NEW YORK, March 20, 2020As New Yorkers adjust to a new normal of staying at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, Attendee remains dedicated to contributing to our resiliency. So during these trying times, we’re sharing stories to help everyone stay connected while being apart. 

 Our contributors are working from home, and they’ll continue to gather the best from around the New York City area, even when we can’t be out and about. 

For now, we’ve put our weekly roundup of Three Hot Tickets on hiatus to bring you What’s Hot This Week: Social Distancing Edition for the best live-streamed music, theater and culture to enjoy at home. 

Until live events can take place again, Attendee will highlight some of our favorite past events, along with ideas for what to do now while we’re indoors. 

Be sure to stay informed about the local COVID-19 situation and follow guidelines from local public officials to keep safe and help defeat the virus. We look forward to staying connected.

Check back for helpful tips and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest on events in and around New York City impacted by the coronavirus.

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Attendee.com is a dynamic entertainment lifestyle brand focused on giving attendees access to the ultimate live event experiences taking place across the New York City metropolitan area. Through our strategic affiliations with Amazon, iTunes and Ticketmaster, we manage social commerce and ticketing to the hottest concerts, theater and sports events in town. Beyond tickets, The A digital magazine offers an inside look at the most popular local-market events, trends and news in music, the arts and entertainment. Our team has an extensive track record in delivering attendee-focused entertainment marketing solutions with a passion for sharing the ultimate live experiences.

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