New Year’s Eve is upon us again, do you know what you’re doing? Are you full of FOMO and regret about parties you didn’t make it to? Whether you’re real bougie, need a good bar crawl, or want to go to the best place to see fireworks, we rounded up everything going on in the Holy City. Party on.
Oh, you fancy, huh?
The Nick Price Foundation is hosting a New Year’s Eve Gold Party at the S.C. Society Hall. Tickets start at $75 and include a drink ticket, heavy hors d’oeuvres, a balloon drop, and a champagne toast.
Tickets for Snyder Grand Ball New Year’s Eve at the S.C. Aquarium start at $149 and feature tunes from Midnight City and DJ Natty Heavy, a premium open bar, and heavy hors d’oeuvres. Black tie optional. Update: SOLD OUT
New Year’s Eve at the Cedar Room will feature heavy hors d’oeuvres, music by Kerwin L. Felix band, DJ YNOT, and a champagne toast. Black tie optional. Update: Tickets still available
If you simply must break out your black tie, Midnight at the Rice Mill will be up your alley. With tickets ranging from $110-$160, it will feature music from The Secrets, food, an inclusive bar, and a midnight toast. Update: Tickets still available
Want to ring in 2019 on a yacht but don’t have one? The Carolina Girl New Year’s Eve will take you out on the water with two open bars, passed hors d’oeuvres, and a DJ. Tickets start at $165.
The Alley‘s New Year’s Eve Party will be cocktail attire and will feature music from DJ Phamtastik, a silent disco, and free games and bowling. Tickets are $85. Update: Tickets still available
Red’s Ice House and Tavern & Table have paired up for New Year’s Eve on the Creek. Tickets start at $90 and get you cocktails, champagne, beer and wine, party favors, and a fireworks show. Update: SOLD OUT.
Elite Society is hosting their NYE event at Sushi Blue, tickets start at $15 with options for VIP tables.
Republic is hosting a New Year’s Eve Silent Disco.
New Year’s Eve at Dockery’s will have live music from Dan’s Tramp Stamp and Money Bags, complimentary champagne, and late-night snacks.
DJ Lotis will be spinning at Loggerhead’s Beach Grill on Folly.
Head to The Washout for food, drinks, and music by Plane Jane. Guests will have a front row seat to the fireworks at midnight.
Prohibition’s New Year’s Eve includes a live band and DJ, party favors, a midnight champagne toast, and passed hors d’oeuvres. Tickets start at $35. Update: SOLD OUT
Ring in the New Year at The Commodore with an all-star music lineup, complimentary champagne, early hors d’oeuvres and late night snacks. Tickets are $60 and can be purchased online. Update: Tickets still available
Get dressed up
Throw it back to 1918 for Bay Street Biergarten‘s New Year’s Eve Speakeasy. Channel your inner flapper, shell out $100+ clams for your ticket, and drink as much complementary bathtub booze your heart desires. Update: SOLD OUT
Rad! Uptown Social NYE is eighties prom themed and will have music from DJ Arennaisance and Danny May and the Good News, an open bar, and hors d’oeuvres. Tickets are $80.
Put on your favorite cocktail dress for a sneak peek at the Parlour Opening Party, which is opening on the second floor above Parcel 32. Tickets start at $115 and include classic and passed cocktails, heavy hors d’oeuvres, a bubbles bar, a midnight toast, music from DJ Mateo, and a photo booth.
Divin’ in to 2019
There’s no dress code or ticket required for The Brick‘s Sing In the New Year, but they’ll have karaoke, a DJ, and plenty of bites and booze to celebrate.
Rusty Bull‘s New Year’s motto is: No cover charge, No dress code, no problem. Join them for a free to attend Blue Collar Bash where guests are welcome to leave their fancy clothes (and inhibitions) at home. The bash begins with live music from Morpheus, has axe throwing, a brand new beer, a midnight beer toast, and every beer on tap available for just $5 all night long.
To experience a New Year’s Eve like no other, head over to the Memminger Auditorium for Charleston Wonderland, a night filled with pretty much anything one could imagine: Cirque Du Soleil performances, live music acts, local cuisine, a top shelf bar, cigar lounges, photo booths, a midnight champagne toast and more. Tickets start at $185.
If you’d rather wear yoga pants than tights, celebrate New Year’s with Urban Yoga at Savasana at Midnight for all levels of yoga, intention setting, and bubbles.
Bring the kids
Ring in the New Year before bedtime at the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry’s NOON Year’s Eve.
Bring the kids to enjoy live music and food trucks and celebrate the New Year at Happy New Year Charleston! in Marion Square.