Which of These Exciting New Year’s Eve Events Will You Attend?

New Year's Eve Celebrations

If you want to welcome in 2019 in style, the nation’s capital is brimming with exciting celebrations. From family-friendly events to next-level dance parties, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Which of these 4 popular New Year’s Eve events most interests you?

First Night Alexandria

Multiple Locations  | 6:00pm

D.C.’s sister city on the Potomac will ring in the new year with hundreds of performers, kids activities and midnight fireworks. Get started at the Kids Karnival in Del Ray before heading into Old Town for a wide-ranging lineup of live music and before finishing the night with fireworks over the Potomac River.

New Year’s Eve Fireworks and Dinner Cruise

580 Water Street SW, DC  | 8:00pm-1:00am

Climb aboard the renowned Odyssey cruise ship and take to the water for a night to remember. Enjoy dinner, an open bar, live band entertainment and a champagne toast at midnight as you pass by the monuments along the Potomac and catch midnight fireworks from Old Town Alexandria.

The 17th Annual International Spy Gala

Washington Plaza Hotel  | 9:00pm

Transform into an international agent of espionage for this black-tie New Year’s Eve bash. This upscale affair features five international buffets, dessert stations, and a wide selection of timeless hits by top D.C. DJs and live bands. Enjoy mock casino gambling, themed souvenirs and much more. And you’ll certainly enjoy the open bar, regardless of how you like your martini prepared.

BIG NIGHT DC’s New Year’s Eve Extravaganza

The Gaylord National Resort & Hotel  | 9:00pm-3:00am

This is your ideal New Year’s Eve event for non-stop action, all night long. Ring in 2019 with over 9,000 other party goers at National Harbor’s Gaylord Resort. With more than fifteen themed party areas, five dance floors and a huge DJ and band lineup, this is New Year’s Eve on a scale you’ll only find at National Harbor.


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