Still not sure what your plans are for New Year's Eve? Checkout these eight, fun-filled events in Orlando that might help you kick off the New Year right!
1. NYE2015 Thornton Park’s 6th Annual Street Party
Hosted by Graffiti Junction, Thornton Park’s street party will feature 7 outside bars, a live DJ, and a Champagne Toast!
$20 ($10 pre-sale) tickets here
2. Enzian’s New Year’s Even Party
Admission and packages from $25 to $400
Come dressed to impress in your best James Bond or Bond Girl outfit and you could win a prize. Enjoy some bubbly or a signature cocktail and then tango your way into 2015.
Join Orlando’s largest New Year’s Eve Party at Universal Citywalk for a night of non-stop fun. Upgrade your general admission ticket to VIP for just $30 more and enjoy exclusive food stations, bars, and drink specials!
4. The Winners Circle: RuPaul Drag Race & New Year’s Eve
Parliament House Orlando
8pm – 4am
Checkout Orlando’s premier LGBT resort for a night of dancing and fun featuring 6 veteran champions of RuPaul’s Drag Race!
5. New Year’s Eve on Wall Street
Events begin at 8pm$25 – $100
New Year’s Eve parties on Wall Street never disappoint! With 8 Venues for one price you are sure to ring in 2015 just right!
6. NYE 2015 Midnight in Paris New Year’s Eve Soiree
8pm – 2am
Blue Martini Orlando
With just $50 General Admission, checkout Blue Martini at Mall of Millennia and enjoy an OPEN BAR from 8-10 pm.
Table Reservations starting at $100
Cocktail attire encouraged
7. Church Street NYE Street Party
8pm – 2am
$35 – $99
Known as Orlando’s biggest street party, Church street will open its doors at 3 bars and offer various packages with set prices that include all you need to kick off the new year! And don’t forget to set your watches to just before midnight and check out the World Famous Orange Drop!
8. Disney Parks
(But of course) Pay tribute to the last remaining minutes of 2014 with Firework Shows at one of three DisneyWorld Parks. Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Of Course Magic Kingdom. Fun for the whole family with shows like “Illuminations” and “Fantasy in the Sky.”