This year is almost over, and we know that sometimes making plans for New Year’s Eve it’s difficult, so if you don’t have a plan yet, or if you want to see more options, we present to you our top things to do in Houston and Austin to celebrate New Year’s Eve.
Hotel ZaZa Memorial City, Houston
If you want to celebrate New Year’s Eve without going into downtown Houston, this might be your best option. From 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. ZaZa’s New Year’s party will have wine, beer and cocktails, DJ, bubbly toast, and more. You can order bottle service or wait until midnight for the countdown.
Lake Conroe New Year’s Eve Cruise, Houston
Spending New Year’s Eve on a cruise is something that you should do once in your life. This short cruise will sail around Lake Conroe and features a masquerade-themed party, featuring live entertainment, fireworks on the water and dancefloor. Guests will enjoy a champagne toast before disembarking after midnight.
You can get info at: https://www.southernempress.com
Houston NYE Bar Crawl
Join Bar Crawlers this New Year’s Eve and hop from bar to bar with different options and drinks under $10. You can register at Leon’s Lounge from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. The bars to visit are Playground HTX, Holman Draft House Wooster’s Garden, The Maple Leaf Pub and Front Porch.
Kemah Boardwalk New Year’s Eve Celebration, Houston
If you have kids, or if you don’t like staying up late, this might be one of the best options. At the Kemah Boardwalk celebration, the fun starts at 1 p.m. and ends at 9 p.m. This celebration will have live music and an early countdown for kids.
Austin Resolution Ball New Year’s
The annual Resolution Ball hosted by the Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol is something that you don’t want to miss. The DJ will play the top tracks from 2023 so you can say goodbye properly to this year. The tickets include party favors and access to a cash bar.
You can get tickets at: https://www.resolutionball.com/
Thompson Austin’s Midnight Cowboy New Year’s Eve Party
This is a cowboy-themed party, including a mechanical bull, cowboylesque performances, a midnight champagne toast, and rooftop views. You might want to prepare your best outfit with a cowboy hat for this party.
Get your tickets at: https://www.eventbrite.com
Austin’s New year
This party is presented by Visit Austin and it’s the perfect option if you don’t want to spend money on a fancy party ticket. This free party will have park grounds, food trucks, beer garden, live music and a public countdown featuring fireworks.
More info at: https://www.austintexas.gov/department/austins-new-year