Planning a memorable New Year's Eve in New York City doesn't have to be a struggle. Explore this list of New Year's Eve events to find something that's sure to make your New York City New Year's Eve the best ever.
- New Year's Eve Ball Drop in Times Square
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- New Year's Eve Midnight Run
Looking for a truly unique way to celebrate New Year's Eve in New York City? Try this four-mile run through New York City's Central Park that includes a (non-alcoholic) champagne toast, fireworks, and music to ring in the New Year.
- New Years Eve in Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza
Celebrate New Year's Eve in in Brooklyn. This New Year's Eve celebration features fireworks and the countdown to the New Year at Grand Army Plaza.
- Brooklyn Bridge Walk into the New Year
Register at 10:30, walk begins at 11 PM. See New Year's Eve fireworks from Staten Island, Brooklyn, Central Park, NJ and the Empire State Building light show. Learn how the Brooklyn Bridge was built. Meeting Place: Outside Blimpie's Restaurant at 38 Park Row between Spruce and Beekman Streets across from City Hall Park. $35 if reserved in advance, $40 cash the day of.
- Jivamukti Yoga Center's 18th Annual New Year's Eve Mauna
Mauna is the yogic practice of being silent. As the clock strikes at midnight, Sharon Gannon will break the silence and welcome the New Year with chants of "lokah samasta sukhino bhavantu" (May all beings everywhere by happy and free"). David Life will give an inspirational talk and Uma Saraswati will lead Kirtan. Vegan chai and snacks will be served throughout the evening. 9 pm - 1 am. (Free)