For an adventure, it’s hard to beat a trip to New York City. Food, nightlife, theater, art—New York has it all. To beat winter doldrums, head to New York with Event Shuttle Service!
Leave the Driving to Us
Make the journey part of the fun with transportation from Event Shuttle Service.
- Bring your friends along and see a Broadway play.
- We drive right to your play and hotel—there’s no need to take a taxi.
- Don’t fly OR drive—let us do it for you!
- We stock the cooler and you don’t need a designated driver.
- We’ll stay over and bring you back to Wilmington after your New York trip.
- Our transportation is luxurious and very affordable.
Our Mercedes Benz Party Sprinter and VIP Jet Sprinter offer comfortable seating with plenty of leg room. TVs and DVD with surround sound so you can listen to music from your favorite Broadway shows or watch a movie to pass the time during your drive. There’s no better way to travel to New York—it’s fast, hassle-free, and so comfortable!
We have just the right vehicle for your trip to New York. Call Event Shuttle Service at (910) 398-8333 to reserve your limo for your trip to NYC.
The 2017 Broadway Season in New York Is Amazing
The 2017 Broadway season is reason enough to go to New York. Book tickets for some of the hottest new plays in the Big Apple:
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s epic rap biomusical has changed theater, so if you haven’t seen it yet, get tickets now. Hamilton has won 11 Tony awards including best musical.
This fun, obscene, and subversive satire is written by Trey Parker and Matt Stone of South Park. A tale of Mormon proselytizers in Uganda is set to song, Broadway-musical style.
Harvey Fierstein and Cyndi Lauper’s crowd-pleaser features a sassy drag queen in an English shoe factory. Kinky Boots is the very model of a modern major musical.
This lovely songbook relates Carole King’s drama with a stellar cast and a backdrop of familiar music.
The neocircus giant Cirque du Soleil does Broadway! Watch acrobats with ultra-rare talent and amazing sets.
The Broadway musical meets the jukebox in Jersey Boys, presenting the Four Seasons’ infectiously energetic 1960s tunes in a biopic for all seasons.