13th Annual Panorama Challenge


MAS is thrilled to co-host the 13th Annual Panorama Challenge with our friends at the City Reliquary Museum. The largest NYC-themed trivia game will take place at The Panorama of the City of New York, a scale model of the five boroughs, at the Queens Museum.

This exciting evening of trivia puts the whole city at your feet. Teams of Panorama Pros and Panorama Challengers get quizzed on all things NYC using the Panorama as a massive game board. The winning Pro team will join the ranks of past winners when its name is etched on the Panorama Challenge Trophy housed at the Queens Museum.

MC Gary Dennis will preside over the evening. Jonathan Turer, long-time tour guide and founder of KnowItAllNewYorker.com, returns for his tenth year as Quizmaster with a new batch of mind-bending questions. This year’s trivia topics include “Awkwafina,” “SNL & Staten Island,” “Fame,” and more NYC-centric minutiae.

With a special halftime performance from the City Reliquary’s 2023 Miss Subways and 7 line lover, Harmony Hardcore, and the ever-popular Halftime Quiz. DJ Frankie Teardrop will play 64 Fair-era doo-wop, soul, girl group, and British Invasion tunes throughout the night.

* General Admission: $20 in advance online / $25 at the door
* MAS Member Discount Price : $15
* Doors: 6 PM, Game Starts: 7 PM
* A free shuttle will travel between the Queens Museum and under the Mets‐Willets Point 7 stop from 5:30-7pm and 9-10 pm.

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MAS members will receive a unique ticket buying link to buy discounted tickets (sent via e-mail). Not a member? Sign up today to receive discount access.

Friday, April 12
6:00 PM — 9:30 PM

Queens Museum
New York City Building
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Queens, NY 11368

Member: $15
Non-member: $20-$25

City Reliquary's Panorama Challenge in 2018. Photos: courtesy of City Reliquary.

About the City Reliquary Museum

The City Reliquary Museum & Civic Organization preserves the everyday artifacts that connect visitors to the past and present of New York City. Established in 2002 as an apartment window display at the corner of Grand and Havemeyer Streets in Williamsburg, it relocated to 370 Metropolitan Avenue in 2006. The Reliquary also hosts public events that invite neighbors and visitors to meet, exchange ideas, and celebrate the diversity of our city. Learn more at www.cityreliquary.org. Follow at @cityreliquary.

About the Queens Museum

The Queens Museum in Flushing Meadows – Corona Park presents contemporary art, events of hyperlocal and international impact, and educational programs reflecting the diversity of Queens and New York City. Changing exhibitions present the work of emerging and established artists, both local and global, that often explore contemporary social issues, as well as the rich history of its site. The Museum works outside its walls through engagement initiatives ranging from multilingual outreach and educational opportunities for adult immigrants, to a plethora of community led art and activism projects. The Museum’s educational programming connects with school children, teens, families, seniors as well as those individuals with physical and mental disabilities. The Queens Museum is located on property owned in full by the City of New York, and its operation is made possible in part by public funds provided through the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Visit www.queensmuseum.org. Follow at @queensmuseum.