It’s nearly 2020 and that means another New Year’s Eve! Here are our picks for the ten hottest New Year’s Eve events in all of Ireland.
Can you believe it’s almost 2020? Neither can we! But let’s make sure to give 2019 the goodbye it deserves! For those still undecided on how to spend the last night of the year, we’ve rounded up the ten hottest New Year’s Eve events in Ireland!
10. New Year’s Eve at Titanic Belfast – for a classy, glam ball
Celebrate new beginnings at the foot of the Grand Staircase replica at Titanic Belfast! Put on your best suit or party dress and get ready to experience a perfect New Year’s Eve.
You’ll be welcomed with a New Year’s cocktail on arrival, followed by a light supper as the live band gets everyone warmed up. A midnight piper will herald you through to the new year, where the DJ entertainment awaits! For £45.00 per person, book your tickets here.
Address: 1 Olympic Way, Queen’s Road, Belfast BT3 9EP
9. Fitzsimon’s New Year’s Eve party – there’s something for everyone
For all you party animals out there, you really can’t go wrong with a party in the heart of Temple Bar! Fitzsimons is Temple Bar’s largest venue, boasting four bars and five floors, including a roof garden.
From rock tunes, to pop hits, to dance and party numbers, the Live Music Bar, two DJs, and the Popcity 90s-themed club will keep you entertained this New Year’s Eve. Fitzsimons is known for its friendly atmosphere, so great craic is guaranteed! Tickets range from €15 to €30.
Address: 21/22 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
8. The Roaring 2020’s New Year’s Eve party – step back in time
Step back in time to the Roaring Twenties this New Year’s Eve at an award-winning cocktail bar, The Liquor Rooms! Also located in Dublin’s famous Temple Bar, this party marks the 100th anniversary of prohibition in America, so flapper dresses and homburg hats are strongly encouraged.
As the clock strikes midnight, dance to live music or sit back and enjoy the theatrics with a delicious cocktail in hand. Tickets are no more than €15 and include a complimentary cocktail on arrival.
Address: 6-8 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin, D02 HT44, Ireland
7. Queen tribute at Dolans Warehouse – they will rock you!
If you want to be heralded into 2020 most gloriously, we suggest you head to Dolans Warehouse in Limerick this New Year’s Eve. Qween, acclaimed as Europe’s most authentic Queen tribute act, will be performing all of Queen’s greatest hits.
Witness them preserve the personas and sound of Queen to a T. They have reached enormous success, so don’t miss this opportunity to see them on such a special occasion! Purchase your ticket for €25.
Address: V94 PD79, 4 St Alphonsus St, Limerick, V94 NTV7, Ireland
6. New Year’s Eve party at Café en Seine – “Gatsby? What Gatsby?”
Fancy stepping into The Great Gatsby? If so, Café en Seine in Dublin is the place to be this New Year’s Eve. This recently refurbished venue looks divine and will look even more so as it hosts an eccentric Roaring Twenties party!
A brass band starts the music entertainment, followed by Poplife, a spectacular Irish cover band who’ll have you singing all your favourite songs! You’ll find yourself dancing all night to resident Café en Seine DJ, Graham’s Myth. Tickets-holders will also enjoy a complimentary Tanqueray No. Ten & Tonic. Get all this for €30.
Address: 40 Dawson St, Dublin, Ireland
5. The Governor’s Ball at the Crumlin Road Gaol – it’ll be a jailhouse rock!
Not many people can say that they’ve partied on New Year’s Eve in jail. Well, there’s a first time for everything! The Crumlin Road Gaol in Belfast is Northern Ireland’s last remaining Victorian prison. They’re offering an excellent deal for The Governor’s Ball.
For £39.95, you will be served a delicious 3-course meal while a five-piece band, Conspiracy, provide the entertainment for the night. From Swinging Sixties to the current charts, we can vouch that they’ll have you up on your feet! Book your tickets here.
Address: 53-55 Crumlin Rd, Belfast BT14 6ST
4. New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball – dress to impress
Dublin’s Hampton Hotel is once again hosting a magical masquerade ball for New Year’s Eve! Seeing as it was a great success last year, we promise that you won’t be disappointed. With a chance to win a €100 bar tab for Best Dressed or Best Mask, why not put together your best Venetian look?
Begin this night-to-remember at their prosecco and canapés reception, and dance the year away to the all-night DJ. There will even be a “single and mingle” table for those who want to meet someone special. Tickets are €39 plus a booking fee.
Address: 19-29 Morehampton Rd, Ranelagh, Donnybrook, Co. Dublin, D04 Y6K4, Ireland
3. NYE 2019 – A 90s/00s Throwback at NoLIta – board the time machine
Are you ready for a 90s/00s throwback at NoLIta? This New Year’s Eve, make a fashion statement and get the double denim on, or emulate Cher from ‘Clueless’, to blend in with the vibe! The two DJs of the night, Justyna Koss and Stricky, will have you in a nostalgic trance as they play a selection of 90s/00s tunes (did someone say Britney Spears?).
NoLIta is located in Dublin, and has hosted some fantastic New Year’s Eve parties in the past, so this will be a lot of fun! Enter the time machine for €16.87.
Address: 64 South Great George’s Street, Dublin, Ireland
2. Ring in 2020 with Gavin James – end your year with a bang
Experience a phenomenal night this New Year’s Eve with the incredible Gavin James at Gleneagle INEC Arena in Killarney. The Irish-native is known for his heart-warming melodies, so it’s no surprise he has achieved international success in recent years.
Ryan Sheridan will be the special guest, and Dec Pierce’s Block Rockin’ Beats featuring The Hit Machine Drummers will end the concert with a bang! Take in all this talent for €32.90 plus service charges.
Address: Muckross Rd, Poulnamuck, Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland
1. New Year’s Festival Dublin – the biggest event of the year
Every New Year’s Eve, thousands gather at Custom House in Dublin for the New Year’s Festival. At the Liffey Lights Midnight Moment Matinee, a family-friendly countdown will begin at 7 pm, featuring street performers and music.
In the lead up to midnight, successful Irish band, Walking on Cars, along with special guests, will provide an exciting build-up at the Countdown Concert at Custom House Quay, starting at 8 pm.
Those at the Liffey Lights Midnight Moment will then watch “Solar Symphony” unfold on George’s Quay. This will combine a 20-piece orchestra and many other musicians with a spectacular celestial display illuminating the walls and buildings that surround the Custom House Quays. Click here for more details.
Address: North Dock, Dublin 1, Ireland