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NOLA New Year's Eve

December 1 2018 | News

End the Year in New Orleans, One of Trip Savvy’s “Best Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve.”

Instead of staying home this year and watching the ball drop on TV, why not join us in the French Quarter and watch the Fleur de Lis fall in Jackson Square? When you stay at one of the boutique hotels in the French Quarter Collection, you won’t have to worry about having a designated driver. There are parties within walking distance in every direction. Check out what’s going on in the Vieux Carré.

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Say goodbye to 2018 with live music, a fleur-de-lis drop at midnight, and a spectacular fireworks show in Jackson Square. 

New Year’s Eve Parade

If you missed the Krewe of Jingle parade this year, fear not – you still have a chance to catch some throws  at The Allstate Sugar Bowl New Year’s Eve Parade in the French Quarter on New Year’s Eve. 

SOLD OUT New Year's Eve Extravaganza on the Steamboat Natchez SOLD OUT

Get a great view of the fireworks show from the Steamboat NATCHEZ, which offers a festive buffet dinner, open bar and a live dance band. Learn more.

New Year’s Eve on Bourbon Street

As you might expect, Bourbon Street is wall-to-wall people on New Year’s Eve with live music and libations. Come be a part of one of the biggest parties in the country on December 31st.

Party for Two

If it’s romance you’re looking for on New Year’s Eve, what could be better than spending the night in the French Quarter at one of our boutique hotels and dining at a renowned New Orleans restaurant? View a list of French Quarter restaurants here.

Where to Lay Your Head

Even if you party all night, you’re going to need a place to dress, shower and rest up. You can’t go wrong with any of the hotels that make up the French Quarter Hotel Collection. Start planning New Year’s Eve 2019 today. 


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