“The mother of all Jewish Singles parties and the largest Jewish singles event in the nation.”

New York Magazine

“A high-end event," "awash in cocktail dresses," "attended by Cosmopolitan's Bachelor of the Month" and "3,000 guests who schmoozed their way over three vast floors.”

Jewcy Magazine

“Contrary to what JDate might have you believe, the hottest event in town isn't the Matzo Ball. For the past 11 years, LetMyPeopleGo has been hosting parties at various venues for Jewish singles all over the U.S, including NYC, where 4,000 singles are anticipated to attend this year's event”

New York Post

“The Christmas Eve gold standard is The Ball."

The Village Voice

““Matzo ball parties are Jewish camps all grown up… has been the grandest one of all, packing 'em in 3,000 strong, including Jewish jet-setters from London, Toronto, and Sydney. This year, they'll break in Chelsea's newest venue, Avalon, the new incarnation of the famed Limelight, oddly enough in an old Episcopal church. From there, hop on a free limo shuttle service to the Park.”

The New York Times

“With an estimated 3,000 guests and music calculated to permit conversation, both the dancing and the flirting were said to have been great”

The Washington Post

Selected as top regional event by Travel Section during Christmas Week: “More than 3,500 dressed-to-impress" attendees to "venue-hop in style" at "the country's largest Jewish Singles event.”

Paper Magazine

The Ball is a holiday in its own right for Jewish Singles.”

LA Weekly

“JDate? Feh...If you've been looking for a Nice Jewish Girl/Guy ... [and] are determined to hook up with someone of the Hebraic persuasion, there's one event that promises to be a bigger deal than the parting of the Red Sea: Let My People Go. It's the nation's biggest Jewish singles event."

Huffington Post

“Close to 1,000 singles dressed-to-impressed celebrated at The Ball. Inside there were multiple dance floors and beautiful people."


“The Ball is all about helping Jewish singles meet up, dance, network, share some laughs and maybe make a lasting connection. Thousands of attendees have been recorded at some of The Balls, so this is big, very big."

NJ 101.5 Radio

“If you are single, it is the biggest night of the year to party. LetMyPeopleGo's “The Ball” is always the biggest and most popular party in NYC. Over 4000 Jews from all over the tri-state area come out.”

Paper Magazine

“Ever wonder where all the young, hip Jewish kids go on Christmas Eve? They're at the one, the only, The Ball, which is basically a humongous cluster of Jewish singles partying 'til Christmas morning. It's so big, they need two separate venues.“

NY Daily News

The Ball, the Jewish mother of all singles parties, produced by runs simultaneously at three cavernous, hot Chelsea clubs with free limousine shuttle service between them.”

NY Daily News

“The biggest Jewish singles event in the country. More than 3,000 people in their 20s and 30s show up for the event, which this year takes place in two Manhattan hot spots: Avalon and The Park. The "Jewniversal Pass" guarantees admission to both clubs, plus a limo ride in between.”

NY Daily News

“Not a creature stirs on Christmas Eve . . . but that's not the case at this annual party for the city's young and Jewish where some 3,000 people turned out to dance, romance and kick back last year.”


Editor's Pick of the Week: “There are only so many egg rolls you can eat, and softly lit Kathie Lee specials you can watch, on Christmas Eve before you lose it... Join other lovely latke-lovers at the annual (Matzo) Ball this Christmas Eve.”


Named One of the Top Happenings in New York during Christmas week:

“Why should gentiles have all the fun Christmas Eve? For six years now, The Ball has introduced thousands of young single Jewish professionals to other young single Jewish professionals. This is one night when a sizable portion of the young urban population secretly wishes they were Jewish.”

New York Press

“Thousands of Jewish Singles converge to club-hop while the rest of us watch Aunt Midge drool by the fire.”

New York Blueprint

“While Christmas Eve may be a silent night ... it’s been a night on the town for young New York Jews these past few years, thanks, in part, to”

— New York Blueprint
(Having a Ball, Kosher Style: Matzah Ball Takes Center Stage)


“More than 4,000 partyers are expected to shuttle from clubs such as Hiro, Marquee and the Park in stretch SUVs on Sat 24 for mega singles mixer the Ball.”