New Year's Eve 2016 in Bournemouth
Boasting 7 miles of soft sandy beach to stroll, a firework display by the pier to 'oooh' and 'ahhh' at, and a multitude of bars, clubs and pubs to get clobbered in, New Years Eve in Bournemouth promises to be a boozy-yet-beautiful affair. But where will you end up during the earliest hours of 2016? We've got you covered. Here are our top picks of where to celebrate New Years Eve in Bournemouth.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
New Years Eve is always the hottest party of the year, so spend it at The Old Fire Station. This expansive nightclub hosts a fun-loving, easy-going atmosphere, ensuring that you'll see the year out with a smile on your face. And as a venue targeted at students throughout the year, The Old Fire Station is sure to be an affordable New Years Eve party in Bournemouth.
Start the New Year clean of sin after celebrating your NYE in this old church (kinda... well, not really). Okay, Halo is a former church but it still has its awesome accoustics and decadent decor - ideal for a nightclub really. With explosive CO2 cannons, special celebrity appearances and pulsating live DJ sets, Halo is the place to be for an effervescent New Years Eve celebration in Brighton.
If you're looking for a NYE party somewhere in between 'a quiet drink' and 'wild for the night' on the liveliness scale, Brix & Co is the place for you. This cocktail bar sports a friendly vibe and a team of bar staff capable of whipping up some killer concoctions. Whether it's just you and bae snuggled up in a cosy corner or the the whole friendship group hitting the dance floor as the clock strikes twelve, Brix & Co is a great venue for feelgood NYE party in Bournemouth.
Were you hoping to take a tropical trip to somewhere 'exotically far east' over the New Year (and then realised it would set you back a few grand and thought better of it)? Well, fear not, you can still treat yourself to tropical paradise this NYE without having to even leave Bournemouth! With jungle plants, totem poles and monkey-faced coconut cocktail cups, The Lost Garden is a fluoro, fruity and flowery funhouse - the ideal venue for an exotic New Years Eve party in Bournemouth.
Cameo is one of Bournemouth's most boisterous party venues, so if you're looking to assemble the squadron and hit da clurrrb hard this NYE, Cameo promises to be one of the biggest New Years Eve parties in Bournemouth. The venue, which has just undergone a £1million refurbishment, boasts a bustling dance floor, a list of killer cocktails, and some phenomenal live DJ sets. It's gonna be a lively one.