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Celebrate the arrival of 2022 at these events around Atlanta

Dec. 31

Sail into 2022 at the Georgia Aquarium

Drop your anchor for the night with Yacht Rock Schooner at Georgia Aquarium to ring in the New Year at downtown Atlanta’s most unique New Year’s Eve party! You’ll experience exclusive after-hours access to all Aquarium galleries, including the newest gallery – Sharks! Predators of the Deep. Your event ticket will include drink tickets for you to enjoy, along with the opportunity to purchase food from the café throughout the night.

Foxhall Resort

Families can hike, fish, clay shoot, or enjoy guided hunts, and ATV adventures before celebrating the arrival of 2022 at Pheasant Blue. Call 404-389-4836 x 6020 for more.


Illuminarium is hosting an epic NYE party and will be showing the UGA vs. Michigan game on the biggest screens in Atlanta. Experience the 2022 New Year’s Eve Ball Drop, enjoy drinks and food all night, a champagne toast, and a live DJ- all at Atlanta’s best venue.

Bellyard, West Midtown Atlanta

Partygoers will ring in 2022 in Drawbar with live music, a delicious buffet and a champagne toast as the clock strikes midnight. Tickets are $100.

Get a Hole in One at Puttshack Atlanta

Puttshack Atlanta is shaking things up this New Year’s Eve and is inviting guests to end the year on a high note with festive and cheeky fun. Ring in the New Year with live entertainment along with special food and drink options. For $25, tech-infused mini golf enthusiasts will be treated to one round, party favors, a champagne toast, and a live DJ.

ASO: New Year’s Celebration

The celebratory event will mark the Orchestra’s return to the Byers Theatre after nearly two years. Inspired by the Viennese New Year tradition, the ASO will present a program featuring light classical favorites and popular works that are sure to delight.

New Year’s Ever After-Party

Since we all missed the chance to celebrate last year, Create City Springs is going bigger and better than ever this New Year’s Eve! Following the city’s New Year’s Eve show with the ASO, head to Studio Theatre for a countdown to midnight! With a DJ, a dance floor, hors d’oeurves, and plenty of fun to be had, it’s the place to be as we move into 2022!

New Year’s Eve Bash at the Battery Atlanta

Geared for the kiddos, the Early Innings celebration will begin at 6 p.m. and includes music from The Lucky Band – who were named ‘THE face of kindie music’ by the Washington Post. Following the performance, families will enjoy a countdown to an inflatable balloon drop at 8 p.m. Adult guests looking to ring in the New Year on a later note can enjoy Late Innings, beginning at 9 p.m. with live music from fan favorite The 12 South Band out of Nashville, Tennessee. The evening will close with a midnight countdown featuring an unforgettable fireworks and confetti display over Truist Park and The Battery Atlanta.

Red Phone Booth-Buckhead

Red Phone Booth’s New Year’s Eve celebration will feature live music by The Rat Pack Tribute Show, complimentary cocktails (up to $18), champagne toast, party favors and a premium buffet from 6 to 9 p.m. – all included in the ticket price.

New Year’s Eve Party at Park Bench

The well-known live music venue invites guests out for an early Piano show at 6 p.m., the Main Event with DJ Tron kicks off at 9 p.m. with a late night full of pop, dance and country rock party hits! A limited number of advanced tickets are available and include admission, party favors and a complimentary midnight champagne toast.

NYE Live! 2021 at Live! at the Battery Atlanta

From the balloon drop to the bowl games, your weekend is covered! Live! is offering a variety of packages to celebrate the arrival of the New Year with host Blake Eason. Grab your tickets for a fun night culminating with a balloon drop and a midnight champagne toast!

Peach Drop (CANCELED)

The Peach Drop will be held at Underground Atlanta on Dec. 31, 2021 with performances by Atlanta hip-hop group Goodie Mob and Grammy Award winner Ashanti. The stage will open at 6 p.m. with the peach dropping at midnight.

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