Cleveland New Year's Eve parties come with their own unique flair. There's more to this city than just the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (which is still cool). You'll find a variety of nightlife and great bars that aren't just located in Downtown. Check out Willoughby Brewing Company with its Peanut Butter Porter on the Eastside, or the Prosperity Social club with all of its retro goodness. If going off the beaten path isn't your thing, then check out one the popular NYE events or parties going on throughout the city.
Cleveland's NYE events and parties may be cancelled due to restrictions mandated by Ohio's phased reopening plan.
Lago's annual New Year’s Eve Soiree
Lago's puts on a New Year's Eve party in Cleveland every year. This black-tie-optional event has loads of entertainment for its guests, such as lavish dinning, music, endless cocktails, dancing and all-inclusive tickets, which typically run $150-$200 per person, or $350 per couple. VIP packages are only available by sending an email request.
Pickwick & Frolic
If you're more of a comedy club sort of person, check out the NYE at Cleveland's Pickwick & Frolic. There are several packages at a variety of prices. The evening not only includes some great standup comedy, but it also features live music, a cabaret show, hors d'oeuvres, party favors, a champagne toast at midnight along with a balloon drop. Tickets are usually $25-$130.
NYE at Magnolia
The Magnolia puts on one of the top New Year's Eve parties in Cleveland's every year. This is definitely a party for those who like the glitz and glamour of Hollywood. Guests will enjoy music spun by DJs, dancing, hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, and a midnight champagne toast. Tickets usually start at $75.
Cleveland Pops Orchestra
You're wanting to celebrate New Year's Eve in Cleveland in a low-key sort of way, then the Cleveland Pops Orchestra has you covered. It's A two-hour concert (9-11 p.m.) that is followed by dancing to music played by an orchestra. Guests will dance into the New Year to hits from the ‘50s all the way through the ‘90s. Ticket prices vary each year.