New Year's Eve Parties in South London
There's so much going on South of the river this New Year's Eve. Clapham, Battersea and Brixton are brimming with places to head out and about in the capital and true to form, there's a whole host of vibrant parties for you to choose from to end your year with an almighty bang. Check out our list of top New Year's Eve Parties in South London to discover your idea of the perfect New Year's celebration!
For further inspiration, take a look at our London New Year's Eve Guide
Last updated on 24th October 2016
Promising wonderful cocktails served up with a smile, join the folks at the Cocktail Embassy for a feel-good party in Crystal Palace. Toast the arrival of 2017 with a few signature drinks and some dancing; they’ll have a classic party playlist going across their two floors. Early bird tickets are £9 and include your first prosecco of the night on the house!
Join The Grove for an end of year party in Balham to remember this NYE. Celebrating all things 80s, join them for the ultimate throwback party as Club Tropicana is a night of fancy dress, retro hits, 80s antics and plenty more as you see in 2017 in all its party glory.
Like your NYE bash to come with a side of fancy dress shenanigans? Adventure Bar has your name written all over it, as they invite you to dress up as your favourite animal and stride down the catwalk - the best dressed will land a £100 bar tab! Don’t be shy - there’s a complimentary cat facepaint in it for anybody not in costume - and they’ll even chuck in a free cocktail to kick the night off if you are in before 9pm.
From Clapham Common to Battersea Rise, Putney to Balham, you can count on a huge party going down at Be At One this NYE. Celebrating a big occasion is what these guys do best, so if you’re after a no-nonsense, straight-up night featuring banging tunes, great company and awesome cocktails - this is absolutely for you.
Promising a riot of colour and culture, Battersea Evolution is hosting a Carnivale to ring in the New Year in Brazilian style. From jaw-dropping entertainment to a lavish dining hall feast, pulsating DJ sets to a live stream of the fireworks come midnight, this promises to be an exotic celebration quite unlike anything you’ve experienced before.
Join Honky Tonk this New Year's Eve in South London as they present the states in an all-out party. From bunny ears to smoking jackets, indulge in the 'Mansion' theme as you tuck into themed cocktails, Americana antics, DJs, dancing and plenty more.
Get into the jazzy mood as The Soul Immigrants are joined by Kat Sandell for a night of huge tunes and wonderfully jazzy covers. The musicians will be tootling away at Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club with dinner and Prosecco from 6pm before the party starts at 10pm.
The Guard House offers a stylish way to bring the curtain down on 2016 this NYE. Their masked ball with offer plenty of glitz, glam and mystery as you toast the new year dressed up to the nines alongside a well-heeled party crowd. There’s a prosecco with your name on it upon arrival, canapes and a glass of fizz for midnight, with an exclusive menu of cocktails on the go throughout!
The Gorringe Park in Tooting are getting all Gatsby this New Year with their Great Gatsby themed party. As well as showing the movie throughout the day, the pub will turn into a 1920s den of liqueur, gambling and flapper dresses come sundown. Tickets include everything from gaming tokens to drinks and a table.
Now into its fifth year of staging almighty Hogmanay knees-ups, you can find London’s wildest ceilidh band doing their thing on Balham High Road this NYE. A must for anybody keen for some live music and a breathless night of drinking and dancing, expect a mix of traditional dances - and some special new ones for the night - with an expert caller to guide you every step of the way.
Whether you take your drinks shaken or stirred this New Year's Eve, there's only one place for Bond themed party action, and that's at The Plough. Join them not only for martinis and the chance to pre-order drinks, there's food and DJs aplenty.