Whats Poppin’ On New Years Eve 2012

Here I will highlight the most popular destinations to visit for New Year’s Eve. For details on events happening in other destinations, see my USA event calendars, which lists destinations alphabetically.
New Year’s in New York City
New York City is, of course, the most popular place to spend New Year’s Eve, thanks to the legendary party thrown each December 31 in Times Square. Click below to learn more about the Times Square New Year’s Eve ball drop and other ways to spend New Year’s Eve in New York City.
New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles
Los Angeles offers cool California breezes for ringing in the new year. It’s also the place to be if you want to check out the time-honored New Year’s Day tradition of the Tournament of Roses Parade in nearby Pasadena.
New Year’s Eve in Chicago
Chicago is brrrrisk at New Year’s, but it still throws some hot parties and offers some family fun, too.
New Year’s Eve in Washington, DC
There are plenty of parties, balls, and bars to residents and visitors to enjoy in the Nation’s Capital on New Year’s Eve. Beyond the DC line, there are are family-friendly First Night celebrations in Washington’s nearby suburbs, including Old Town Alexandria.
New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas
The roster of high-rolling activity on New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas is exhaustive, with blockbuster shows and loads of parties. About’s guide to Las Vegas Travel has the low-down on the best nightclubs events, performances, and bars to check out on New Year’s Eve 2012.
New Year’s Eve in Florida
Head down to Miami for a wild and glitzy New Year’s Eve or consider a New Year’s Eve for the whole family at Disney World. Warm Florida is always a good choice for ringing in a new year.
New Year’s Eve in New Orleans
Spend New Year’s Eve partying on Bourbon Street, listening to jazz music, and/or anticipating the Sugar Bowl. New Orleans is always up for a party, so New Year’s Eve here is an easy – rather a “Big Easy” – choice.
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