Photo: Ottawa ON, Canada New Year's Eve
Ottawa is beautiful this time of year. Ice skating, lights, beavertails...all of it puts us in the holiday mood. But when it comes to New Years Eve, Ottawa sheds that classic holiday skin and goes wild. Even the nation’s capital needs to blow off some steam and party till the sun comes up (even if it’s earlier than normal) on the biggest party night of the year. From masquerade balls to club crawls, no one can say that this city doesn’t like to party. It just has to be the cold weather that makes the good citizens of Ottawa such warmth seekers on the dancefloor.
Anyone who knows O-town knows that a night on Bank Street is guaranteed to be a ton of fun. This year, let one of the best clubs on the strip take over your Ottawa NYE 2013 plans! The Barrymores New Years Eve Celebration is going to be a blast, promising to play at least 5 decades of music and stop the party for a midnight countdown to get you shouting and smooching as the clock strikes twelve.
If you already go to JunXion on Tuesday nights, why even bother changing it up? The Junxion New Years Eve 2014 is going to be one of the biggest parties in the city. With two floors, three DJs and two themes there is really no place else you should be. For those who really know how to party, splurge for the VIP, Premium or Ultimate packages, which get you Grey Goose vodka, Patrón tequila, and Piper champagne so you can welcome 2014 with a collection of premium brands that are sure to make your night nothing short of memorable!.
The Gatsby affair trend has made it to Ottawa. Celebrate in true 1920s style at the The Gatsby New Years Ball, held in the Government of Canada Conference Centre. Formally the Ottawa Union Station, this glamorous city landmark is the perfect spot for an incredible event filled with dancing, music and drinks galore. The obligatory champagne toast at midnight is included in everyone’s tickets. If you’d like to make your night extra special VIPs are going to be treated especially well, receiving NYE gift bags (with party favors and gifts), two drink tickets, canapes and a midnight chef’s surprise.
If you’ve never thought of Ottawa as a party town before, its because you’ve been spending too much time watching Parliament. Go out for a night on the town this New Years Eve and celebrate right with one of O-town’s best parties. Hop to on your ticket purchases, though--spots are going fast!