New Year's Eve 2015 London Event Guide
The ultimate guide to New Years Eve 2015 in London. The most comprehensive guide and recommendation for the best NYE parties, club nights, boat parties and all-night clubbing to bid adieu to 2015! London has always been one of the best cities in the world to welcome in the New Year, and 2015 is no different. With an already buzzing nightlife scene it's no surprise that there is a huge choice of great NYE events to attend in London this year; we've outlined a selection of the best right here so your planning just got a little easier.
For further inspiration, take a look at our London New Year's Eve Guide
Indulge in a dose of vintage revelry this New Year's Eve in London as 8 Northumberland Avenue present a romp to remember. A razzle dazzle 'em affair taking back to the Gatsby era, head down in your finest flapper inspired fair for a night of pure luxury and fun. From darling dining and dance floors, to the catching of London's heralded midnight fireworks, this is set to cover all glitzy bases.
See in the new year from the top of London’s iconic Millbank Tower with the guys at Altitude. Promising unrivalled views of the city’s famous firework display come midnight, this NYE shindig also includes welcome cocktails, food from stalls right around the globe and DJs playing sets to keep the party flowing long into the night. There’s all sorts of packages to take advantage of and a limited batch of Early Bird tickets; snap them up!
Take to the Thames this New Year's Eve in London as the Big Bang Boat Party returns for another NYE brimming with debauchery. From late-night DJs and some of the best views of the NYE fireworks in the business, it's all aboard this top notch party boat for a unique New Year's Eve in London to remember. Dress up and get down.
Prepare to send off 2015 in ultimate Alice in Wonderland glory with this Mad Hatters Extravaganza. There'll be cocktails in tea pots, bubbles overflowing at midnight, playful foods and wappy decorations to take in. Fancy dress is encouraged as well so bring on the costume mayhem, big hats and colourful garms - 2016 is nigh!