The New Year is approaching quickly. It’s the time of the year where people want to do something extravagant to ring in the new year properly. New York City is one of the most amazing places to bring in 2017, so why not get to one of the hottest events on December 31st. Check out our list of events below and be sure to grab your tickets before they sell out.
Launching New Year Eve 2017, Disclosure & LIGHT & LIFE are bringing the Wild Life party to Brooklyn and being joined by Tiga, Kenny Larkin, and Eli Escobar. This event will off top notch production especially at the old manufacturing plant in Brooklyn. Tickets here. RPM and Gareth Emery bring you Electric For Life with support from Christina Novelli, Dan Stone,Standerwick, and Will Atkinson! Coming off the heels of 2 massive sold out shows in California, it’s only natural for the next edition to be held in New York on New Year’s Eve. Tickets here. BangOn!NYC blasts off through “Time & Space” inside a massive warehouse party featuring 2 stages + silent disco with performances by Thomas Jack, The Him, Diamond Saints, Loosid and more! Cruise through the cosmos under an expansive solar system installation and traverse the ages in our immersive time machine taking you back and forth across the dawn of the New Year! Featuring interactive performances, fire breathers, large scale art, scrumptious food vendors, and much, much, more! Tickets here.HYTE and BKWRHS presents BE YOURSELF vs MoodRAW featuring Danny Tenaglia and Nicole Moudaber at 53rd Street Warehouse in Brooklyn. Combining two heavyweight clubbing brands, Nicole’s signature “raw and real” MoodRAW experience will meet her friend and mentor, Danny Tenaglia’s celebrated BE YOURSELF party concept, which dates back to the days of legendary nightclub Vinyl. Tickets here. Webster Hall is hosting it’s annual New Year’s Eve Ball which goes right into the After Hours with Gramatik, Griz and special guests. If you’re not spending your NYE at Webster Hall you should definitely get over there for after hours. Tickets here.
The newly opened Brooklyn nightclub, Schimanski, welcomes Berghain resident Marcel Dettmann for its debut New Year’s Eve party. Recognized as one of the most influential proponents of contemporary techno, Marcel arrives on the biggest party night of the year for his only NYC appearance of 2016. Tickets here. If you’re not too wiped from whatever New Year’s Eve brings, Steve Aoki is inviting you to ring the new year in at a huge warehouse party in New York on Jan. 1, 2017. Teaming with Light & Life and Area Event, the Ignite: New Years Day show will also feature GTA, Bad Royale and Mike Chach. Tickets here.