WHITE PLAINS, NY, January 8, 2015… The winter 2015 edition of NY NOW®, the Market for Home + Lifestyle, to be held January 31-February 4, at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, will offer specially priced tickets to the Tuesday, February 3, performance of HONEYMOON IN VEGAS as part of its popular “Night On Broadway” programming. This show will replace the previously scheduled THE LAST SHIP, which announced this week that it is closing production in late January.HONEYMOON IN VEGAS, an uproarious new musical about the crazy things we do for love, is a romantic romp from New York to Las Vegas to Hawaii. The non-stop, laugh-out-loud Broadway fun stars Tony Danza (“Who’s the Boss?,” “Taxi”), Tony® nominee Rob McClure (Chaplin) and Brynn O’Malley (Annie). More information about the show is available at http://www.honeymoonbroadway.com.Tickets, normally priced at $142, are specially priced at $99 before January 27, and $109 after January 27, for NY Market participants. Information and registration is available online at www.nynow.com/programs.Night on Broadway is part of NY NOW’s “Only In New York” programming. The other two “Only in New York” events, featuring Gift for Life’s Party for Life annual industry fundraiser, and half-price ($9) admission to the Cooper Hewitt Museum during Market Week, will proceed as scheduled.“NY NOW capitalizes on its location to deliver unparalleled after-hours opportunities to attendees,” said Randi Mohr, NY NOW director and Emerald Expositions senior vice president. “Our ‘Only In New York’ events, including the popular Night on Broadway, are a great way to enjoy the best of New York City’s entertainment and attractions during Market.”The winter 2015 edition of NY NOW®, the Market for Home +Lifestyle, will run Saturday, January 31, through Wednesday, February 4, 2015, at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. NY NOW’s comprehensive collections – HOME, LIFESTYLE and HANDMADE, as well as NEW! exhibitors – will encompass 100,000 products in 400+ product categories. Attendees from all 50 U.S. states and more than 80 countries worldwide are expected. Information and registration are available online at www.nynow.com.