Party your way into 2013.
All it takes to have a great New Year’s Eve is close friends, the right attitude and of course, a place to party. So, JumpOffCampus has got you covered with some party spot ideas in New York City and Boston.
Places to Party in Boston:
- Hampton Beach: New Hampshire. Fill a car with BFFs, head just a couple of hours of north from the Colleges of the Fenway and checkout a killer fireworks display
- First Night: About 1 million partiers hit up this gig. 1,000 artists in 200 performances and exhibits fill 35 indoor and outdoor venues all over Beantown. #legit @FirstNight
- Foxwood’s Casino: An epic dance party that meets all needs, with one of the clubs inside doing a retro Studio 54 theme for the night, and Shrine, also held within Foxwoods. Touted as “The sexiest dance party in New England”
- Bright Night in Providence, RI. Known for being the loudest, encouraging partygoers to make as much noise as possible to bid the year farewell. Just a stone’s throw from @salveregina and @URINews
- The Gatsby Mansion: Decedent as it sounds, this party, which harkens back to the themes of the classic book, is all about class and sass. Though expensive to attend, it is said to be wholly unforgettable. Follow @TheGreatestBar in Boston
Place to Party in New York City:
- New Year’s Eve party at Webster Hall: A dance party to end all dance parties, with multiple floors and rooms, undulating with beats and bodies
- Ball drop in Times Square: Totally the most famous of all the New Year’s Eve parties. The place you have to tell your kids that once went. Heck, maybe your ‘rent will catch you on the tube
- Lair Lounge: While this scene is more Soho than city, just the fact that you get to party in a lounge that looks like an old, French train, all while hearing the best live sets from local DJ’s, is a one of a kind experience that shouldn’t be missed
- See Jay Z and Coldplay perform together at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn. These two did a mash up of the Coldplay song Lost, with Jay spitting verses on the song. Expect that and more at the must-attend show
- The Black and White Masquerade Ball at Soho Grand. About as far on the other spectrum as Times Square, this “masks are mandatory” ball has tons of social media hype
Party hard dudes and dudettes. Be sure to pre-game. Then get weird and wild.
New Year’s Day is meant for sleeping off damage.