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6 epic New Year’s events Newcastle still has tickets for

When it comes to parties this New Year’s Eve Newcastle is running the show – from 007-themed shenanigans to the whole Hogmanay, here are 6 with tickets still left.

Written by Rachael Nichol
Published 10.12.2022
Image credit: Graeme Peacock 

Ouseburn Garden & Friends present… A New Year’s Eve Celebration

5pm, Saturday 31st December

Ouseburn Garden, Newcastle upon Tyne

As we say goodbye to another year, we’re all invited to Ouseburn Garden to dance our way into the future. Expect the smell of BBQ and hot dogs in the air, mulled wine, cosy fire pits to gather round, UV glow sticks, plenty of party tunes and a midnight screening of the London fireworks display on a giant screen.

Tickets: from £1.00


The Whole Hogmanay V: A New Year’s Eve Celebration

7pm, Saturday 31st December

Wylam Brewery, Newcastle upon Tyne

Wylam Brewery will be putting on the party of all parties to bring in the New Year Newcastle deserves – think hog roast, a street food village, some of the North East’s best street food traders, midnight fireworks, a fire pit, cool DJs, a gin palace and pop-up brewery bars. An epic way to see in 2023.

Tickets: from £16.50


New Year Medieval Banquet

7pm, Saturday 31st December

Blackfriars, Newcastle upon Tyne  

Is there a more unique way to spend a Newcastle New Year’s Eve than by stepping back in time to the days of knights in shining armour and daring adventures? Blackfriars will be welcoming all honourable dignitaries and townsfolk of Newcastle for a sumptuous feast in their ornate Banquet Hall (established in 1239), for a NYE celebration to remember.

Tickets: from £75.00


New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball

7pm, Saturday 31st December

Spanish City, Whitley Bay

Hosted in the St Mary’s Lighthouse Suite, which has floor-to-ceiling windows, from Spanish City’s glamorous Masquerade Ball you’ll see the moon glistening on the water as you look out over the coastline – and we can’t imagine anywhere more beautiful to see in the New Year. Better yet, you’ll have welcome cocktails, a five-course dinner and a resident DJ spinning all your favourite tunes to enjoy, too.

Tickets: from £110.00


No.28’s New Year’s Eve Bond Party

8pm, Saturday 31st December

No.28, Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle’s favourite boutique nightclub has a licence to thrill with one of the most stylish NYE events Newcastle has seen… With Bond décor, Bond-inspired cocktails and The No.28 Allstars on the decks to get you shakin’ (not stirred), it’s a night out guaranteed to impress. All tuxedos, cocktail dresses, Miss Moneypenny outfits, villains and Oddjobs welcome, with prosecco set to be given to the best dressed.

Tickets: from £8.00


Downtown at Aveika

9pm, Saturday 31st December

Aveika, Newcastle upon Tyne  

Designed for the refined, Aveika promises to deliver a Newcastle New Year’s Eve party like no other – steeped in both surprise and sophistication. Head to the heart of the Quayside and enjoy their resident DJs bringing the curtain down on 2022 under their famously magnificent chandelier, with an unrivalled light show at midnight and indoor pyrotechnics that’ll set your celebrations alight.

Tickets: from £10.00 

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