New Year's Eve 2016 in Newcastle
With its festive flair and famous Quayside fireworks display, it’s really no wonder that Newcastle is the city of choice for so many party-people on New Year’s Eve. A vibrant and interesting city to go out on any given day - let alone the biggest night of the year - we’ve drawn up a list of the best places to see out the closing moments of 2016 right here.
Last updated on 25th October 2016
Most venues can promise an ‘eclectic’ playlist, but how many really back it up? Tiger Tiger has no less than seven different party rooms, so you can drift between each raucous clubbing space as you choose. Take in the tiki spirit of Kanaloa, see in 2017 in the opulent Jewel Bar or let loose in the Groovy Wonderland - you’re blessed with options if you go for Tiger Tiger this New Year’s Eve.
Tup Tup Palace is a swanky venue that just oozes opulence with its indoor waterfalls and Loja sky bar; so if you're looking for an extravagant New Year's Eve venue in Newcastle, this could be the one for you. A "bohemian world of escapism, luxury and exotic eastern finery" - to put it their way - expect a fresh-to-death blend of RnB, hip-hop, house and electro tunes as well as a heaving dance floor as you count down to midnight.
For a sprinkle of elegance and glamour this NYE, you might as well have it As You Like It. A total sell out every year, this is one stunning spot to toast the start of 2017, with 4 bars and a smashing garden terrace found across its three floors. Come for a four-course feast or skip the grub and just pick up a bar ticket - either way there will be a live band and entertainment through ‘til 2am at one of our favourite choices for New Year’s Eve in Jesmond.
This venue plays home to some of Tyneside's best mixologists. Sporting flames, floral garnishes and origami cranes, the drinks whipped up here are truly a work of art. But these creative concoctions are just one fork in the terrific trident of this restaurant-cum-bar-cum-club. The menu on offer here is equally excellent, and with top quality DJs behind the decks, Bonbar is the perfect all-round venue for a NYE party in Newcastle.
Serving up Cosmos and Daiquiris for as little as £5.95 each, this is a fun yet affordable venue for New Years Eve party in Newcastle. Alongside their cracking cocktails, Madame Koo really go to town on the music front too; boasting a playlist that covers everything from Kylie to Kanye, you'll be hitting the dance floor hard all night. A fantastic and fun-filled venue to enjoy the last moments of 2016.