Last Minute New Year’s Eve Plans in Houston
Still looking for an Amazing way to ring in 2016?
If you’re looking to go out, there’s still time to attend one of the many festivities, parties, and shindigs happening in the Houston area. Planning on staying home? We’ve got some fun ways to spice up the evening for you ,as well! Check out this list of New Year’s Eve ideas that will make your 1st night of 2016 unforgettable.
If you’re looking to kick up your heels and hit the town on NYE, we recommend you check out one of the many Amazing parties available in downtown Houston. From a 1920s themed cocktail party to a Tex-Mex fiesta, there’s a party for everyone in Houston. We’ve listed a few of our favorites below, but check out the full Houston NYE event list on ABC 13’s website.
James Bond Themed party at the Hughes Hangar in Houston
Between the wildly decorated lounges, balloon drops, and flying aerialists, we’re sure you’ll be entertained all night long. Additional details available here.
Rock the Clock New Year’s Eve Celebration at the Red Oak Ballroom
Dress in your formal wear best at the 5th annual rock the clock. This party features casino games, laser light show, and even a fireworks show at midnight. Additional details available here.
Houston First Presents New Year’s Eve in the Theater District
A family friendly NYE event. Free music, food, and fireworks that will surely delight the entire family. The fun starts at 7PM!
Planning on staying home with the family? Add in one of these fun themes to make the evening sparkle with fun!
Family Pajama Party
Get special PJs for the whole family (even the puppy!) and say “goodnight” to 2015 together. Mix in fun snacks to help make the celebrating sweet!
Party Through the Decades
Have each different party group dress in a different decade or time period. You won’t believe the differences in costumes and will laugh at some of the ridiculous outfits that are sure to show up!
Fancy Food Fest 2016
There are so many Amazing NYE recipes out there. Celebrate your NYE tapas style and whip up a variety of fun (and maybe even some healthy) finger foods.