Miami New Years Eve Parties
2020\2021 Annual NYE Parties

Night skyline of Downtown Miami across the bay from Watson Island.By: Daniel_Christensen

Fontainebleau's Annual Poolside New Year's Eve Bash

The Fontainebleau's annual Poolside New Year's Even Bash draws a crowd. It's a place where Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin once played. It goes without saying that it attracts a roster of solid artists and performers every year. It offers VIP treatment, lawn, stage side, and poolside celebration. Reserved tables range from $5,000 to $50,000. Fontainebleau also offers family packages at $350, and standard admission for $299. 

Lummus Park

South Beach and Ocean Drive are place to be for New Years Eve. It pretty much turns into one big street party, where people of all ages can enjoy the festivities and fireworks. If you decide to go, arrive early because parking will be very limited. Although locals say that it's better to not drive there at all. Free Trolley's will be running until 2 am. 

Fireworks Gala Aboard the Musette Yacht

Live it up and say hello to the New Year aboard a yacht. The Musette is a great place to enjoy food, drink and New Year's Eve entertainment. There you'll have access to a full dinner buffet, open bar, live DJ music, wonderful views of Miami's fire works show, and a midnight champagne toast to boot. Tickets range from the Early Bird package at $129, to the Golden Entourage of Four package at $625.   

The Wharf Miami

The Wharf Miami is considered to be a chic place along the historic Miami River with a festive atmosphere. Local chefs from popular eateries attend this event as well. Welcome in the New Year with midnight fireworks, live music, great food and cocktails. Admission ranges from free to table packages at $2500. This is a 21+ event and proper dress attire is required. 

Big Orange Drop and Fireworks in Downtown Miami

Bayfront Park on the Metromover in Downtown Miami is another great spot to enjoy a spectacular New Years Eve fireworks show. There you'll find proper New Year's Eve entertainment with a dance party, live music and the dropping of "The Big Orange" (a 35 foot neon orange icon). The event is ranked by both USA Today and MSN as one of the Top 10 Places to Ring in the New Year. You can't go wrong choosing this event then. To top it off,  admission is free! 

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