27 December 2015
How to spend the ultimate New Year’s Eve
Once Christmas is done and dusted, attention turns to the biggest party night of the year, New Year’s Eve. Clubs, pubs and restaurants up and down the country will be packed to the rafters, with revellers partying the night away well into the wee hours.
Deciding what to do on NYE can be tough, especially if your friends have different ideas about the perfect night out. If you still haven’t decided how to see in the New Year, here are a few ideas to help you get the party started.
If you want to see the New Year in in style, buy yourself a ticket to one of the country’s biggest clubs and dance the night away with thousands of other partygoers.
However, as tickets for the best nights sell out well in advance, you’ll need to be organised if you want to see the coolest DJs and the hottest bands.
It may not be as glamorous as one of the London super clubs, but your local pub is probably packed full of character – and characters.
As expectations aren’t as high, New Year’s Eve in your local boozer is often a lot more fun than you expect. What’s more, with drinks and entry considerably cheaper than the nearby club, a night in the local will help you start 2016 without a hole in your finances.
This sophisticated option is perfect for those who want a low key New Year but still want to spend it with friends.
Throw in a few party games to make sure everyone at your NYE dinner party gets into the New Year spirit.
Host a house party on NYE and there’s a good chance your home will be gate crashed by everyone you know who’s still at a loose end come the 31st.
Saying that, if your house isn’t destroyed by marauding hordes, a house party can be a great way to see in the New Year.
If there’s a hill or tall building near your home, setting up shop right at the top in time for midnight fireworks can be a truly magical experience.
With the weather unseasonably warm for the time of year, this could be a great option for anyone looking for an affordable and memorable way to welcome 2016.
However you decide to spend your New Year, make sure you take lots of photos of the big night on your smartphone. That way you’ll be able to remember the night forever and you can even use the images to create a brand new personalised phone cover for the New Year.
Kimberley Rogers on Sunday, December 27, 2015 · Leave a Comment