THE RIDEs triumphant second anniversary celebration is featuring the spectacular THE RIDEHoliday Edition, a new 4.2 mile route highlighting the finest of New Yorks iconic decorations and locations, new content, new seasonal videos, a dedicated soundtrack, additional cast members and especially choreographed performance events.
The brilliantly bedecked locations will include Grand Central Terminal, Citicorp, Park Avenue, Fifth Avenue, including the Baccarat crystal star at the 57th Street and Fifth Avenue crossroads, Tiffanys, Cartier, the tree at Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, Times Square and the New Years Eve Ball, the Chrysler Building, Park Avenue and the Met Life Building, Madison Avenue and the shops, the Plaza Hotel and the fountain, FAO Schwartz, the Bergdorf Goodman windows, Trump Tower, Cartier, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Saks Fifth Avenue, the Sixth Avenue Corridor, Broadway, Columbus Circle, Carnegie Hall and 42nd Street.
THE 75,000 RIDER:
During the later part of THE RIDE-Holiday Editions schedule the 75,000 RIDER will board one of the unanimously acclaimed motor coaches that are now being described as the most exciting interactive theatres in the world.
THE BRAGGING RIGHTS:
THE RIDE has played 27 months of sold-out, multi-million-dollar, state-of-the-art, electronically interactive tours of the Midtown Area of the Greatest City in the World. Over 74,800 very happy customers have supported the 4.2-mile journey that has been termed a Passport to New York City.
THE CELEBRATED MOTOR COACHES:
There are four of them. Together they make up New Yorks spectacular fleet of traveling theatres created for group exhilaration and audience participation. An audience, which in this case, happens to be the hundreds of people on the streets of mid-town Manhattan. THE RIDE was inaugurated on OCTOBER 11, 2010 to across-the-board critical acclaim. On May 3, 2012 CEO/President Richard Humphrey launched THE RIDES Second Season with the introduction of THE Fazzino RIDE, several new motor coaches, a new cast, new themes, new management and a new Box Office located at Madame Tussauds on 42nd Street in Times Square. More across-the-board critical acclaim.