Celebrate New Year's Eve in New York City

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New Year's Eve Times Square Ball Drop

December 31 | Times Square, Manhattan

The Waterford Crystal Times Square New Year's Eve Ball will sparkle in Times Square all season, but its descent on New Year’s Eve is a spectacular, once-in-a-lifetime way to ring in the New Year. The event, watched by millions of viewers in NYC and around the globe, will welcome vaccinated spectators back in-person this December. Guests can also stop by the New Year’s Eve Confetti Wishing Wall to submit (in person and online) a wish for the New Year on a piece of official NYE confetti that will be dropped at midnight as the ball drops.

Classic Harbor Line New Year's Eve Champagne Tasting Cruises

December 31 | New York Harbor

Take in the beauty of the New York City skyline and a magical display of fireworks while enjoying a selection of sparkling wines and champagne, with a choice of three cruises. The evening will conclude with fireworks over the iconic Statue of Liberty.

New York Road Runners Midnight Run

December 31 | Central Park, Manhattan

Join the fun and celebrate the end of the year with a four mile-run in Central Park. The race will begin at midnight, as 2022 kicks off.

Carolines on Broadway New Year’s Eve Spectacular

December 31 | Midtown Manhattan

Laugh in the New Year at Carolines’ annual New Year’s Eve Spectacular. Shows begin at 7:30pm and 10pm and will feature performances by Chanel Ali, Shafi Hossain, Alvin Kuai, Jason Salmon and Ashton Womack with music by DJ Wiz.

R&B ONLY LIVE on New Year's Eve at Kings Theatre

December 31 | Flatbush, Brooklyn

Enjoy a night of R&B music at the legendary Brooklyn venue with COLORS Worldwide. Kicking off at 8:15pm, the special event will be hosted by Apex Laurent and DJ Dauché.

City Cruises New Year's Day Signature Dinner Cruise

January 1 | East and Hudson Rivers

 Enjoy a New Year's dining cruise featuring festive decor, meals, and stunning views of the City while sailing across the East and Hudson Rivers from the glass-enclosed deck.

119th Annual Coney Island Polar Bear Club New Year’s Day Plunge

January 1 | Coney Island, Brooklyn

The longstanding and beloved event is returning for the first time since 2020 for an in-person plunge on New Year's Day. Partnering with the Alliance for Coney Island and local non-profits, the annual event is helping to raise funds to continue the livelihood


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