Event - Levy”€™s Unique NY presents

Levy”€™s Unique NY presents

03.06.15, 7:00 pm

CALLING ALL GEOGRAPHICAL GEEKS AND NEW YORK KNOW-IT-ALLS! Join The Levys' Unique New York! to participate in the world's only geographical trivia-based game night at the world's largest panorama "€“ The Panorama of the City of New York at the Queens Museum! Proceeds support The City Reliquary Museum and Queens Museum.

The Panorama Challenge poses a variety of questions about city landmarks, bridges, neighborhoods, parks and more. Each location will be pinpointed by a laser-wielding tour guide from The Levys' Unique New York! Teams of 10 (or so) will then identify each structure. Teams may be organized as either a Panorama Challenger or Panorama Pro. Challenger teams are first-timers or those who may not have dedicated their lives to the study of our great city. Pros are returning contestants who are die-hard students of our city's hidden corners "€“ and must answer an extra question each round (60 questions total!) Identify the most locations and your team will have their name permanently etched on the Panorama Challenge Trophy at the Queens Museum!

Returning for his fifth year as Quizmaster, Jonathan Turer has devised 30 all new questions! Questions this year may involve Irving Berlin, the NBA All-Star Game and the 1939 and 1964 World's Fairs; consider this fair warning (pun intended) for those who want to duly prep for the Challenge. A panel of All-Star Judges will deliberate and announce the winners. While scores are being tallied, there will be an electrifying performance by Batala NYC "€“ New York's ONLY all-woman Brazilian drum corps!

Admission is $15 per person, or $7 for members of Queens Museum or City Reliquary Museum (member tickets available only on site.) Beer from Brooklyn Brewery and Rockaway Brewing Company as well as substantial sandwiches and assorted snacks will be sold. Proceeds from admission and concessions support the City Reliquary Museum and Queens Museum.

A free shuttle will be traveling between the Museum and underneath the the Mets-Willets Point 7 stop, both before and after the event (6:30-10:30pm.)