Where To Celebrate New Year's Eve


As the year winds down, holidays and celebrations abound. Several local businesses and organizations are providing opportunities to end the holiday season right on New Year's Eve. Whether it's a family night out, or night out with friends, there are plenty of places from which to choose to ring in the new year close to home.


Severna Park Lanes

Severna Park Lanes will host its New Year’s Eve 2020 Gala Celebration from 9:30pm to 2:00am. For a ticket of $30 per person, guests receive unlimited bowling, shoes, galaxy bowling, party favors, noise makers and door prizes. Visit www.gobowlingsevernapark.com for more information.


Twain’s Tavern

Twain's Tavern in Pasadena will welcome the new year with live music from KleptoRadio, a band that plays a variety of hits from the ‘90s to today. The restaurant will be open from 3:00pm until 2:00am, and the band will play from 10:00pm to close. Some $10 bottles of champagne will be available, and there will be special New Year's Eve food specials, which will be posted online closer to the date. Tickets are $15 for one person or $20 for two people and can be purchased online in advance. For more information, visit www.twainstavern.com.


Toby’s Dinner Theatre

For those interested in the arts, Toby's Dinner Theatre in Columbia offers special tickets for New Year's Eve. In addition to the usual dinner and show, the $110 ticket also includes a midnight champagne toast, two buffets and a cabaret after the show. The ticket price is the same for both adults and children. For more information, visit www.tobysdinnertheatre.com


Ram's Head

All Rams Head locations, including Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis and Rams Head Dockside in Glen Burnie, will be open from 11:00am to 2:00am. New Year's Eve parties will be held from 9:00pm to 1:00am. For more information, www.ramsheadgroup.com.

New Year's Annapolis

There is something for everyone at New Year's Annapolis, and all of the activities are free. Festivities begin at 3:00pm and conclude with midnight fireworks. From 3:00pm to 5:15pm, families with children can enjoy special events at Weems Whelan Fields behind Maryland Hall. Entertainment includes performances by kids' rock bands, face painting, moon bounces and more. A fireworks display is set for 5:30pm at Weems Whelan Field.

The festivities continue at 8:00pm at City Dock, with live music and dancing. The evening concludes with midnight fireworks. For more information, visit www.visitannapolis.org.

Two Rivers Steak & Fish House

Two Rivers Steak & Fish House in Pasadena will offer a special menu for New Year's Eve, and TVs will show countdowns to midnight. Check the website closer to the day for menu details. For more information, visit www.tworiverssteak.com.

New Year's Eve Deck Party Onboard The USS Constellation

Onboard the USS Constellation in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, guests have a unique vantage from which to watch the midnight fireworks over the harbor. The all-inclusive ticket includes appetizers and desserts, along with local ale, wine, mulled cider and coffee. Also included are party hats, noisemakers, special tours and canon firing demonstrations. The event goes from 10:00pm to 1:00am. Tickets prices are $25 for children, $50 for teens and $85 for adults. For more information, visit www.historicships.org/new_years_eve.html.

New Year's Eve Annapolis Fireworks Cruise

While cruising on the Severn River aboard the Catherine Marie vessel, guests will watch the Annapolis fireworks display. Tickets include appetizers, dancing, DJ entertainment, and a complimentary champagne toast. A cash bar will be available. The cruise sails from 10:00pm to 1:00am. Ticket packages begin at $90. For more information, visit www.watermarkjourney.starboardsuite.com.

NYE Live! Baltimore

Power Plant Live! at the Inner Harbor is set to again host one of the area’s biggest and liveliest New Year's Eve parties. Ticket packages begin at $115 and include access to nine bars and nightclubs, buffets, party favors and a champagne toast. The event goes from 8:00pm to 3:00am. To learn more, go to www.nye-live.com/baltimore.


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