The Gregorian (sometimes called the “Christian” or “Western”) calendar is the most widely agreed upon worldwide timekeeper. It designates December 31 as the last day of the year, and not surprisingly, people around the globe... ... read more
The Gregorian (sometimes called the “Christian” or “Western”) calendar is the most widely agreed upon worldwide timekeeper. It designates December 31 as the last day of the year, and not surprisingly, people around the globe – regardless of their nationality, gender, or religion – see it as cause to celebrate.
New Year’s Eve is full of streamers, champagne, resolutions, and midnight kisses in every major worldwide metropolis. Washington, D.C., is no exception to the global pomp and circumstance and offers up a slew of ridiculously fun New Year’s Eve parties to prove it.
Classy capital city citizens head to the suave International Club of DC New Year’s Eve Gala with 1,500 other revelers. This New Year’s Eve party boasts a three-course dinner, live jazz music, DJ sets, and a karaoke stage for attendees who have imbibed the requisite amount of liquid courage. Meanwhile, journalists and other socialites flock to the New Year’s Eve Headliners Ball to remember the front-page news from the past year in between drinking, dancing, and eating at the interactive Newseum.
Other D.C. denizens who would rather turn the calendar in sloppy fashion join the beer-filled New Year’s Eve PubCrawl DC, where a secret list of venues (revealed just before the event) offer not-so-secret drink deals that are sure to lead to questionable end-of-year decisions.
New Year’s Eve 2014 in Washington, D.C., has a soiree suited for everyone. There’s no better place to sing “Auld Lang Syne” on December 31 than near The White House. Make sure the President hears you!