New Year's Eve in New York City
Looking for fun on New Year's Eve to ring in 2017?
- New Year's Eve in Times Square
- 1560 Broadway Suite 800, New York, NY 10036, Ph: (212) 768-1560
New Year's Eve at the symbolic center of New York City has become more than just a celebration - it's a global tradition. Every year as the clock nears midnight on December 31.
- New Year’s Eve Fireworks at Prospect Park
- at Flatbush Ave and Eastern Pkwy New York 11217, Ph: (718) 965-8951
Live music starts at around 11pm at Grand Army Plaza, where you can also snag a free cup of hot cocoa. At midnight, fireworks will go off at Long Meadow;
- Brooklyn Bridge Walk into the New Year
- Outside McDonald's Restaurant, 160 Broadway between Liberty and Courtlandt Streets, New York City
NYC's best tour guides will lead you around the City Hall area and the Brooklyn Bridge to learn little known facts about the 19th century's greatest technical marvel. Price: $60 Adults, $30 (Children). Multiple walks will be launched between 10:15PM and 11:15PM.
- NYRR Midnight Run
- 59th St to 110th St New York 10023
Need one more race to complete your 9+1? This four-mile run begins at the stroke of midnight, as will a spectacular fireworks display to light up Central Park and the start of 2017.
- Multi-Level Paddle Wheel Queen
- Cruise your way into the 23rd Century aboard the multi-level Paddle Wheel Queen. Take a front row seat at NYC's breathtaking fireworks display. There will be a live band, a DJ and a comedian on hand to entertain, not to mention the limbo contest. There will also be a 5 hour top shelf open bar, a complimentary buffet and free champagne and party favors. Docking at the Sky Port Marina 23rd Street & FDR Drive East Side of Manhattan. For more info call Lower Deck Productions at 917-567-7459 or email Lowerdeckp@aol.com.
- World Yacht: New York's Premier Dining Cruise
- Cruise into the New Year in fabulous style with a delicious five-course dinner, open premium bar, a split of Moet & Chandon for a midnight toast, party favors, a night of dancing to our great live band and the magnificent New York skyline as your everchanging panorama. Don't worry, you'll be warm and toasty in the climate-controlled cabins. Space is limited, so please reserve early. Call for ticket info: 212-630-8100.
- New Year's Eve Cruise with Buffet Dinner and Fireworks
- Departure Point: Manhattan, New York (meeting location provided on voucher)
Enjoy fireworks, the Manhattan skyline and views of the Statue of Liberty. Your reservation includes a standing Italian buffet, native New York DJ and midnight toast! All participants must be 21 years or older to reserve.
- Rockin' New Year's Eve in New York Harbor
- Move over Dick Clark, Circle Line has a rockin' New Year's Eve party cruise you won't want to miss. Hot DJ's, full open bar, hors d' oeuvres, champagne toast at midnight and a nightfull of fun. For reservations and information, call 212-563-3200.
Concerts and Performances
- Fulton Ferry Landing, Brooklyn
Beautiful classical music in a floating concert hall. Hors d'oeuvres and wine included. Reservations strongly recommended; call (718) 624-4061.
The Knitting Factory finds its latest incarnation in Williamsburg (previous NYC locations include Soho and Tribeca), with a medium-size space divided in two by a huge glass window. Opening Hours : Mon–Wed 4pm–4am, Thu–Sun noon–4am
Time will tell if that's even close to being true—but in the meantime, enjoy its great sound system. This multiroom dance club, located next to the Wythe Hotel in North Williamsburg, was hailed as the savior of NYC nightlife even before it opened.
Founded on November 10th, 1940, The Copacabana Times Square is four floors of premier party space in the heart of Times Square. The location, luxury, and legacy make the Copacabana the perfect venue
Sandy isheading East on Route 66to bring “Sandra Monica Blvd: Coast to Coast” back to New York City, from one coast to the other. Traversing the country Sandra takes you on a journey to find the soul of America
The popular group tears up a myriad of classic and original tunes of the jazz, funk and Latin varieties in it's year-ending run at Bridland. Tickets: $50 plus $10 minimum, Dec 31 $75 (8pm), $150 (11pm)
The alt-jazz trio made its name—and earned itself a few haters—interpreting favorites by Blondie, Nirvana, Black Sabbath. Cost: $35, New Year's Eve $150
Hotly tipped Brooklyn country-soul rockers the Lone Bellow have their real roots in the South (Georgia and Virginia). Price: $30–$40
The Hotelier’s Christian Holden knows how to build to a blistering emo catharsis: Expect shout-along choruses, call-and-response. Price: $25
This is the Vermont quartet’s 10th time ringing in the holiday at the venue, so you better believe they’ll be ready to bring the party. Price: $75–$80
The exact times that these blocks close to pedestrian and vehicular traffic will depend on when the revelers begin arriving. It is likely that there will be no vehicular traffic on either Broadway or Seventh Avenue as of approximately 3:00 p.m. Vehicles will most likely have difficulty traveling across town after 3:00 p.m. or earlier above 42nd Street and as far north as 59th Street. If you are planning to come to Times Square and join in the festivities, you are advised to enter from Sixth or Eighth Avenue. Your chance of getting a viewing spot near the Ball increases the earlier you arrive. The blocks will be closed off as they fill up northward, street-by-street, as the police deem necessary.
Atlanta’s scuzzy garage heroes responded to the election by hitting the studio to record a self-professed “anarchy-style punk song” titled “Deaf Dumb and Blind. Price: $49.99