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The Best Events Happening This New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles | Dec. 31 2023

As the year draws to a close, Los Angeles is set to ignite with many spectacular New Year’s Eve celebrations that promise an unforgettable start to 2024. Just to name a few, first up is the Happiest Hour Extravaganza at Dynasty Typewriter, offering a riotous night of stand-up comedy, live music, and a complimentary champagne toast to bid farewell to 2023. Union Station, a 1930s Art Deco gem, transforms into a glamorous Prohibition-era wonderland with Chromeo headlining a thrilling DJ set, live jazz, captivating burlesque performances, and a grand 60-foot custom ball drop. For a more enchanting experience, Descanso Gardens presents the Enchanted Forest of Light, a whimsical journey through illuminated installations across the botanical garden, promising a departure from the commonplace and endless immersive fun. These three events, each offering a unique and dazzling celebration, set the stage for an extraordinary New Year’s Eve in the City of Angels. Plus, there’s plenty more and something for everyone included in our carefully curated list below. Happy New Year’s Eve!

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New Year’s Eve at Dynasty Typewriter
Ring in 2024 at the Happiest Hour Extravaganza at Dynasty Typewriter. Bid farewell to 2023 with a riotous night of stand-up at Dynasty Typewriter, paired with a live band and a complimentary champagne toast. The welcome-to-2024 lineup includes Ify Nwadiwe, Luke Mones, Genies, Megan Gailey, Max & Nicky Weinbach, Aparna Nancherla, Kimberly Clark, Lizzy Cooperman, and Andrew Michaan. Tickets are $40 if you buy in advance. Doors open at 8 p.m., and the show begins at 9 p.m.

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N.Y.E.L.A.
Downtown Dance Party at Grand Park to Greet the New Year. Dive into the ultimate West Coast New Year’s bash at Grand Park this Sunday, marking the grandest free celebration of the year. Cap it off with a mind-blowing 3D countdown art show projected onto L.A. City Hall. The evening features immersive art installations, 30+ food trucks on hand with bites for sale, two stages of music, and an all-female DJ lineup. Runs 8 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., and it’s free to attend.

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Esters Champagne All Day
Esters Wine Bar presents a sparkling New Year’s resolution: more Champagne! The “Champagne Resolutions” launch on New Year’s Eve with slashed prices on all bubbly bottles for 2024. From premium grower Champagnes to renowned houses, patrons can embark on a journey with unbeatable prices. Indulge without breaking the bank and enjoy five exquisite Champagnes by the glass, including one from a magnum, paired with caviar and happy hour-priced oysters. A complimentary photo booth starts at 7:30 p.m. Whether for early revelry or a delightful dinner, walk-ins are welcome, with reservations encouraged. The celebration runs from 12 to 10 p.m. Here’s to a year filled with bubbly delights!

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Prohibition NYE
Step back in time to the Roaring Twenties at this grand Prohibition era-themed New Year’s Eve bash, hosted in the magnificent 1930s Art Deco gem, Union Station, right in the heart of Downtown. The glamorous station transforms into the perfect backdrop for this lavish celebration, featuring a thrilling DJ set by Chromeo, live jazz to keep you grooving, captivating burlesque performances, and a selection of handcrafted cocktails and champagne to indulge in. The 21-and-over crowd, dressed to the nines in formal 1920s attire, sets the scene ablaze with flapper dresses, feathered headbands, tuxedos, top hats, and spats. Don’t miss out on the grand New Year’s Eve countdown and the spectacle of a 60-foot custom ball dropping to mark the arrival of the new year!

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Celestial Countdown Extravaganza at Big Bar
Embark on a cosmic journey this New Year’s at Los Feliz’s Big Bar, where an all-day space-themed celebration awaits on Sunday. Ring in 2024 with an hourly countdown, indulge in 10 intergalactic cocktails, and enjoy complimentary champagne toasts. The stellar party kicks off at 3 p.m. and extends through midnight. Admission is absolutely free. Get ready to blast off into the new year!

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Golden Gala at Everson Royce Bar
Join the Downtown Arts District’s very own Everson Royce Bar for a “Gold Everything” New Year’s Eve bash. Delight in special gold-infused cocktails, delectable food promos, a lively DJ, enticing raffles, and, of course, free bubbly at the stroke of midnight. Whether you stroll in or secure a reservation, all are welcome to join in the golden festivities.

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Marina del Rey New Year’s Eve Fireworks
Get ready to party on the waterfront as Marina del Rey unleashes not one, but two dazzling pyrotechnic spectacles to welcome the new year! The sky will light up with a burst of colors and sparks at both 9 pm and the stroke of midnight (or just a minute before, because who’s counting?). The magical display will unfold near Burton Chace Park, the epicenter of a family-friendly “glow party” kicking off at 7 pm and rocking all the way until midnight. Now, here’s the scoop – all the fantastic restaurants boasting harbor views are in on the action. While some might tempt you with fancy ticket dinners at a bit of a splurge, our pro tip is to snag a prime spot along the water and soak in the fireworks for absolutely free! It’s the perfect way to ring in the new year with a bang and a budget-friendly blast. Cheers to a sparkling start!

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Enchanted Forest of Light
Embark on an enchanting journey through Descanso Gardens’ illuminated wonderland, a departure from the commonplace kitsch seen in many venues. This whimsical, curiosity-driven spectacle is not only one of L.A.’s most stunning experiences but also promises endless fun. As night falls, the interactive program unveils radiant installations across the botanical garden, featuring everything from luminescent forests to hands-on art pieces that captivate and engage.

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L.A. Zoo Lights NYE
Wander through the spiritual successor to the old DWP Holiday Lights, now inspired by the zoo’s wild residents—elephants, giraffes, koalas, and condors. For a festive New Year’s Eve, the zoo offers an additional family-friendly celebration with dinner and desserts served in a dedicated area for $90. Immerse yourself in the magical displays that pay homage to the zoo’s inhabitants, creating a unique and captivating experience for all.

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L.A. Noir NYE at the Biltmore
Transport yourself to the glamour of the 1920s at the Biltmore’s New Year’s Eve celebration, set within the opulent Crystal Ballroom of this historic DTLA hotel. With over 40 performers, swing music, dancers, photo ops, and themed cocktails, the party is a lavish affair. This year, revel in elaborate artistry from the creators of the Labyrinth Masquerade Ball. Explore the hotel’s century-old speakeasy tunnels on a guided tour and enjoy a welcome cocktail with general admission, though additional expenses apply for the rest of the evening’s festivities.

Have a wonderful New Year’s Eve!

Jacqueline Tager | DRE# 1476997
jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com | (323) 697-3040
Sotheby’s International Realty – Los Feliz Brokerage
1801 N Hillhurst Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90027

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