New Year´s Eve is without a doubt one of the craziest nights of the year. Oh, you don´t believe me? That´s probably because you don´t remember what happened last year…But we do! Don´t worry, we are not here to judge you or nothing similar, matter of fact we want to help you out solving this inevitable question: Where to party this New Year´s Eve?
You have billions of options, so choose wisely.
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McKittrick Masquerade at McKittrick Hotel
Dress in black, white or gold for this theatrical, open-bar party in the palatial home of Sleep No More. With glitzy performances and multiple dance rooms, the Chelsea fete is as much a spectacle as a dance party. Wander through the premises all night long to discover secret rooms and performances. Tickets start at $175.
Annaleigh Ashford: New Year’s Magic at 54 Below
Tony Award–winning Broadway star Annaleigh Ashford will croon in the new year with musical (and modern) tunes in the Theatre District supper club—including a performance of Lost in the Stars.
Black & White Masquerade Ball at Soho Grand Hotel
This annual party is the place to see and be seen on New Year’s Eve. Guests can play dress-up for a masquerade ball at the black tie event; if you don’t have your own mask, you can get one custom-made by an in-house artist.
New Year’s Eve at Output
The party never stops in Brooklyn. Veteran British DJ John Digweed will be spinning for eight hours straight at the multilevel Williamsburg EDM concert hall. The doors open at 10pm, but you can be fashionably late, since Digweed ends his house/techno set the next morning at 8am. Naveen G will be the opening act, and DJ Brad Miller’s Push the Night set will be playing in the Panther Room. Tickets start at $40.
Parisian Follies by Dances of Vices at Grand Prospect Hall
Celebrate the excess and splendor of Paris from 1890s to 1920s in Brooklyn’s South Slope. This immersive experience draws its inspiration from French cabaret halls like the Moulin Rouge. Entertainment includes vaudeville acts, opera and cancan girls performing throughout the night. (An authenticity side note: Grand Prospect Hall was actually built in the late 19th century.) To add to the joie de vivre, make sure you accessorize with your Parisian beret. Tickets start at $75.
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