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2023 New Year’s Eve events in Louisville

You’ll be singing Auld Lang Syne all night long.

A New Year's Eve Party at Louisville's 4th Street Live!

Parties like this one are just one reason WalletHub named Louisville a Top-20 city for New Year’s Eve.

Photo courtesy @PizzaBarKY

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Louisille ranks No. 12 on WalletHub’s, “Best Cities for New Year’s,” list. With the final countdown upon us, it’s time to see how Derby City is ringing in 2024 and living up to its top 20 ranking.

For the swanky

This Golden New Year’s Eve
8UP Elevated Kitchen + Drinkery, 350 W. Chestnut St.

Head to this upscale rooftop party with a balloon drop + complimentary champagne toast. General admission is $99 and VIP igloo experiences are $500.

For the music lovers

New Year’s Eve
Zanzabar, 2100 S. Preston St.

Jam into the new year with Routine Caffeine, Midwest Postal Service, and Shimona starting at 8 p.m. for $10.

For the party lovers

NYE Live!
4th Street Live!, 411 S. 4th St.

Say hello to 2024 at one of Louisville’s biggest bashes. Five different packages are available.

For the foodies

Paseo New Year’s Eve Dinner
Paseo, 900 Baxter Ave.

This four-course meal includes options like Wagyu beef loin and woodfire branzini. Plus, stick around for the disco ball drop + complimentary toast to ring in the new year.

For the family

Noon Years
Kentucky Science Center, 727 W. Main St.

Enjoy educational activities + a countdown to the “Noon Year,” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The party is included with museum admission.

For the trivia diehards

Black Tie Trivia
West Sixth NuLu, 817 E. Market St.

Show what you know, starting at 5 p.m. Pro tip: Reserve a spot for $50 to get a table decorated with your team’s name + six beer tickets and a bottle of champagne.

For those with furry friends

New Year’s Eve Balls Drop
PG&Js Dog Bar, 800 Baxter Ave.

Party with your pup from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Don’t miss the tennis ball drop at 7 p.m.

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