Inspired by The Greatest Showman, this party is going to be one hell of a spectacle to finish 2018 on. Wander through Tup Tup Palace's rooms for live music, show-stopping performances, and a hot line-up of DJs.
New Year's Eve in Newcastle 2018
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 2018 right here.
You're boarding an (imaginary, soz) flight to the heart of Brazil this new year's eve in Newcastle as Tiger Tiger are taking you to Rio Carnival for the night with a roster of performers, magicians, DJs, confetti cannons and more.
It's go big or go home with Aveika as they say see ya later to 2018 in style. Start your night (and line your stomach) with dinner and then watch as the venue transforms into a late-night party bar, with confetti canons, huge tunes, and live performers.
Vice and excess are the theme of Livello's New Year's Eve bash as the rowdy club looks to Miami for inspiration. Dress to impress and head over to Lower Dean Street for a night of indoor pyrotechnics and music from Kenrick and Doc JR.
Fun, messy, and all sorts of silly, Grafteoke at The Cluny will have you singing our hearts out for the final moments of 2018. The nights start with a communal karaoke session, with the live band rocking out your song of choice, before DJs lead you into the new year.
Calling all beer lovers, this night is for you as Wylam Brewery organise their third Hogmanay celebration. Taking place in Palace of Arts Exhibition Park, the night will include at least 36 beers, a gin palace, a hog roast, and fireworks come midnight.