FREE viewing parties feature iconic former NY Rangers hosts including legends like Mike Richter, Ron Greschner, Adam Graves and others
(Yonkers, NY) – Empire City Casino, in partnership with the New York Rangers, announced today the special guest host for the next NY Rangers viewing party on Tuesday night, February 12: Ron Duguay. The fun begins at 7:30 p.m. with Duguay mingling with fans, signing autographs and cheering the Rangers on as they face off against the Winnipeg Jets. Previous New York Rangers hosts have included legendary goaltender Mike Richter, Adam Graves, Steve Vickers, Nick Fotiu, Colton Orr and others.
Ron Duguay’s Rangers skills shined on the ice and most recently in the announcer’s booth, serving as the studio analyst for MSG Network covering the Rangers for over 12 years.
Year of the Pig festivities take place on Sunday, February 24 beginning at 2:00 p.m. with Dragons, Lion Dancing, Traditional Chinese Sounds and more
(Yonkers, NY) – The Year of the Pig is also the year of one of the biggest Lunar New Year celebrations coming to the tristate area at Empire City Casino. Back by popular demand, Empire City Casino will host its fifth annual Lunar New Year celebration on the afternoon of Sunday, February 24, with four stellar performers gracing the premier entertainment destination in the Northeast. This free event will be the ultimate celebration, complete with dragons, dancers and delightful sounds gracing the casino floor.
Tickets On-Sale NOW for the Early St. Patty’s Day Music Fest
(Yonkers, NY) – The luck of the Irish comes alive at Empire City Casino for the fifth annual Irish Concert on Sunday, March 3 at 2:00 p.m. Featuring the exceedingly popular New York City-based Irish-American bands, Shilelagh Law and, Celtic Cross, the lively Celtic sounds will serve as the kick-off to tristate St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. The Pipes and Drums of the Police Emerald Society of Westchester, comprised of police officers from a majority of the 39 Police Departments within the County of Westchester, also return to perform for their local fans.