Best Things To Do In Baltimore This New Years Eve

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December 28th, 2017byinShareEmail

Baltimore Things to Do New Year's Eve
It's almost time to turn the page on another great year in Baltimore, but first we've got to celebrate 2017 in the way only our city knows how. No matter how you like to celebrate or who you're bringing along, there's a New Year's Eve event in Baltimore with your name on it. Enjoy a themed party with good food and even better drinks, or head out with the family for some ice skating and a fireworks show near the Inner Harbor. Our REALTORS® have made their resolutions, and now it's time to tell you all about the exciting New Year's Eve events in Baltimore this year.

Ring in the New Year with Unforgettable Events in Baltimore

When you shop Baltimore homes for sale, you're not just getting a great place to live. You also gain access to a historic city with world-class entertainment, fantastic food, and special events for every season. On New Year's Eve in Baltimore, all of the city's best qualities are on display.

  1. Baltimore New Year's Eve Spectacular
    Head to the Inner Harbor for a night of music, food, family fun, and fireworks, with the city skyline as your backdrop. The fun starts with a party at the Inner Harbor Amphitheater, which includes live music and refreshments. You can stop by the PANDORA Ice Rink for some ice skating during the festivities, or simply hang out at the amphitheater to enjoy the show. When the clock strikes midnight and the page turns on 2017, you'll be treated to a spectacular fireworks and light show above the Inner Harbor, which the whole family will enjoy.

  2. Motown New Year's Eve 1968
    The calendar may say that it's New Year's Eve 2017, but that shouldn't stop you from celebrating like it's 1968! Every year, the Creative Alliance, located at 3134 Eastern Avenue. puts on one of the best New Year's events in Baltimore, and this year's theme is Motown New Year's Eve 1968. Enjoy a night of fantastic Motown music, delicious food, and all of your favorite NYE drinks. There's a toast at midnight, of course, but that's just the start of the party. Dance the night away with the soulful sounds of Motown, and enjoy a New Year's celebration that you won't soon forget.

  3. Power Plant NYE Live!
    Billed as one of the biggest parties on the East Coast, Power Plant New Year's Eve Live certainly doesn't disappoint. Enjoy a gourmet buffet, great drinks, champagne toasts, and live music, while watching the ball drop on one of two 20-foot TV screens. At midnight, you'll be treated to a wild celebration, with confetti, lasers, a light show, and a big balloon drop to top things off. It's all located close to the Inner Harbor, so transportation is a breeze.

  4. CHICAGO – The New Year's Eve Ball
    Get ready for a glamorous New Year's Eve celebration like no other with the CHICAGO New Year's Eve Ball in Baltimore. Travel back in time to another era, and put on your best 1920s duds to ring in the new year with a truly unique celebration. The event includes open bars, multiple premium buffets, 10 party rooms, live music, and champagne toasts at midnight. There are all sorts of fun perks, like a “red carpet” are for photo ops, a digital graffiti wall, and plenty of fun party favors for all in attendance.  It's all happening at the Baltimore Hilton-BWI located at 139 W. Nursery Road.

  5. Big Night Baltimore - New Year's Eve Extravaganza
    Make plans to ring in 2018 at Baltimore's most exciting New Year's Eve extravaganza at the Radisson Baltimore Downtown located at 101 W. Fayette Street. The party starts at 9 PM with food buffets, open bars, and the return of cover band Mr. Greengenes at our city's biggest midnight countdown. 

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