Thousands celebrate the new year at the Peach Drop

ATLANTA — Rain didn't stop thousands from Atlanta's annual New Year's Eve celebration, the Peach Drop.

After relocating to Woodruff Park last year, the Peach Drop returned to its normal location, Underground Atlanta, for the event's 30th anniversary.

[READ: Police preparing to keep you safe during Peach Drop]

Did you miss the Peach Drop? You can watch relive the excitement below:

Atlanta celebrates New Year's Eve

Happy New Year, Atlanta! We're LIVE at Underground Atlanta as the city rings in 2019!

Posted by WSB-TV on Monday, December 31, 2018

Throughout the night, revelers enjoyed live musical performances from Jagged Edge, 112 and Better Than Ezra.

The large crowd prompted a huge police presence. Channel 2's Michael Seiden saw dozens of uniformed officers and other members of law enforcement who worked overtime to make sure everyone stayed safe.

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms spoke to Seiden before the event. She described 2018 as a year filled with ups and downs and shared her vision for 2019.

“I’d like for us to just have sustained happiness so that we can continue to do our jobs with joy and make sure we are doing the best that we can do for all the people of the City of Atlanta," she said.