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Here are your best bets for celebrating New Year’s Eve in Houston.

Festivals for families

Rockin’ New Year’s Noon

“‘GOODBYE, 2022!’ it’s time to say hello. and hello to a new year! You don’t have to stay up until midnight to ring in the New Year. Children’s Museum Houston welcomes you to the city’s longest New Year’s Eve celebration just for kids. This year-end party rings in the New Year at the stroke of noon with balloon drops , like Times Square! Catch the live performances, and dance to the countdown!”

  • When: 10:00-15:00

  • Where: Children’s Museum of Houston

  • Introduction: $15

High noon countdown

“Dance to live music from Tom’s Fun Band and count down to a classic balloon. Enjoy face painting, bubble dancing and create a unique New Year’s hat in the art bar. There are three sessions throughout the day 9:30-11:00, 11:45-1:15 and 2:00-3:30 Special event pricing is $10 for ages 1 and up. Children under 1 are free. Museum OPEN ONLY for this event.”

  • When: 9:30-15:30

  • Where: Woodlands Children’s Museum

  • Introduction: $10

Sharkey’s New Year’s Eve

“Celebrate with a delicious buffet, live DJ, party favors, balloon toss, games and prizes for the kids!”

  • When: 11:00-13:30 and 15:00-17:30

  • Where: Downtown Aquarium

  • Introduction: $22.99-$30.99

New Year’s Eve Celebration at The Boardwalk

“Ring in the New Year at the Boardwalk with great food, entertainment and much more! Live music, entertainment and fireworks are FREE to the public!”

  • When: 13:00-22:00

  • Where: Kemah Promenade

  • Introduction: for free

Sugar Land Holiday lights and fireworks at Constellation Field

“Ring in the New Year with millions of beautiful lights and a midnight fireworks show!”

  • When: 18:00-01:00

  • Where: Constellation field

  • Introduction: $14-$19

Seaside celebrations

New Year’s Eve Colonel Paddlewheel Boat Cruise

“From 2022, take a cruise on the Coronel PaddlewheeI Boat, spectacular water views of the Festival of Lights! Ages 21 and up will enjoy music, dancing, and hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, two drinks and a champagne toast! The boat starts at 9:00 p.m. and runs from 10:00 p.m. it will be done at midnight.

  • When: 21:00-12:00

  • Where: Moody Gardens

  • Introduction: $125

Lake Conroe New Year’s Eve Cruise

“Sail on the open waters of Lake Conroe for some relaxing fun and sip your favorite cocktail as the sun slowly slips below the horizon and the party begins. Southern Empress pulls out all the stops as you board a cruise around Lake Conroe.

  • When: 20:30-12:30

  • Where: Lake Conroe

  • Introduction: $99

the concerts

Dancing and Desserts: NYE with the Boomtown Brass Band

“Join us for our annual New Year’s Eve with the Boomtown Brass Band! Dessert selection and champagne toast are included with ticket purchase at midnight.’

  • When: 20:00-01:00

  • Where: The Heights Theatre

  • Introduction: $28-$232

Asleep at the wheel

  • When: 21:00-22:30

  • Where: Dosey Doe Big Barn

  • Introduction: $178-$208

Suffering

  • When: at 22:00

  • Where: Last Concert Cafe

  • Introduction: $50-$200

New Year’s Eve at the Continental Club

“Bring out your best western antics and glitter boots as you kiss 2022 goodbye and welcome 2023 with an evening of REAL MUSIC!”

  • When: at 21:00

  • Where: Club Continental

  • Introduction: $15-$30

Nightlife

HMNS Mixers & Elixirs: New Year’s Eve

“Bring in the new year with HMNS! Where else can you find under the dinosaurs? It offers live music, DJs, food trucks and cash bars.’

  • When: at 20:00

  • Where: Houston Museum of Natural Sciences

  • Introduction: $65

Forbidden Nights Party

“This progressive 20s party will feature DJs, dancing, burlesque shows and an immersive countdown.”

  • When: 21:00-2:00

  • Where: C. Baldwin Hotel

  • Introduction: $125-$170

Black and white Masquerade Ball

“New Year’s Eve is the beginning of what is to come. Black and white ball Historically, black and white has been a lavish party with formal attire. Join us at the JW Marriott Houston Downtown for this youth-themed masquerade party featuring an all-star cast in multiple venues, complimentary cocktails, red carpet entry, a champagne toast, festive party favors and a variety of taps. works”.

  • When: 22:30-1:30

  • Where: JW Marriott Houston Downtown

  • Introduction: $140-$195

NYE Bash at Hotel ZaZa Memorial City

“Get ready for glitz and glam and of course plenty of bubbly to usher in the new year at Hotel ZaZa! Live music, fascinating experiences, fun activations and a big toast at midnight.”

  • When: 22:00-2:00

  • Where: Hotel ZaZa Memorial City

  • Introduction: $125

Gatsby’s House New Year’s Eve Celebration

  • When: 21:00-2:00

  • Where: Hilton Americas-Houston Hotel

  • Introduction: $135-$300

NYE Houston Bash at the Cider House

“Bring in the New Year with us and enjoy arcade games, food trucks, homemade hard cider and seltzer, confetti cannons and a midnight toast!”

  • When: 19:00-01:00

  • Where: cider house

  • Introduction: $40-$50

SoberEve Ltd

“We’ve got DJ spinning, a killer light show, a mocktail and cafe and an epic confetti drop at midnight.”

  • When: 21:00-01:00

  • Where: Railway Heights Market

  • Introduction: $30

New Year’s Eve Ball at the House of Blues

Entertainment by Blaze X Black and DJ Mohawk Steve.

  • When: 20:00-2:00

  • Where: House of Blues

  • Introduction: $25

Heights Bier Garten

“Heights Bier Garten will host a masquerade this New Year’s Eve. There will be a contest to see whose mask is the best and most striking mystery of the night. Uncle Jesse’s Hair will be performing live music from 9.30pm to 1am, keeping everyone buzzing all night long. There will be a balloon drop to enhance the NYE experience. When the clock strikes midnight, we will toast the new year with crisp champagne.’

Dining room

Le Jardinier

“Celebrate new beginnings at Bastion Collection’s wonderful Le Jardinier restaurant at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. The elegant modern French restaurant, run by Michelin-starred chef Alain Verzeroli, will have two seatings on New Year’s Eve, with special tasting menus that differ for each seating”.

  • When: From 17:00 to 18:30 and 19:30. to 23:00

  • Where: MFAH

  • Price: $165-$295

GJ Bar

“Looking for a delicious way to ring in the new year? GJ Tavern, a downtown Houston restaurant and bar will host an intimate six-course dinner and wine pairing experience from Underbelly Hospitality to welcome 2023! Guests can choose between two seating times: a morning seating from 5:00pm to 8:00pm ($100) and a second seating from 9:00am to noon ($150). Chef Tim Reading has prepared a special menu with wine pairings to celebrate the occasion, including East Coast Oysters, Gulf Fish Ceviche, Truffle Arancini, Lobster Ravioli, Roast Ribs and a Mixed Dessert. Guests will be treated to a delicious takeaway at the end of their meal, and second seating will also enjoy a midnight champagne toast and live music by Lallier NV.

  • When: 17:00-20:00 and 21:00-12:00

  • Price: $100-$150

Annie’s Cafe and Bar

“Enter Annie Café & Bar for an unforgettable New Year’s Eve experience with music from the Rat Pack and a delicious 3-course award-winning meal. Performed by the Richard Brown Orchestra with singers Sharon Montgomery, Bob Luna and Kelley Peters, the show will feature all your favorite songs by Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis and Dean Martin. By Deborah Duncan Don’t miss this wonderful night of dinner, dancing and cocktails to ring in the New Year! There will be 2 seatings – one at 6pm for $250/person and one at 10pm for $350/person – and both include a 3-course dinner and show. The second show will be black tie and will include a big band performance, a festive New Year’s champagne toast and a countdown.’

  • When: 18:00-01:00

  • Price: $250-$350

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