From watching the ball drop at Times Square to a live-streamed concert, there are plenty of ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve at home this year.
Watch the Ball Drop
There may not be any crowds at Times Square this year, but that doesn’t mean the iconic celebration won’t still happen. This year, there will be performances by Gloria Gaynor and Andra Day, a segment honoring the “Heroes of 2020,” and of course the famous ball drop at midnight.
Stream a Live Concert
- Justin Bieber will perform his first live concert since 2017 to celebrate New Year’s Eve.
- BTS will perform with other K-pop stars in an online concert that can be viewed on Weverse.
- The Avett Brothers will perform a virtual concert with appearances by Willie Nelson, Brandi Carlisle, Dax Shepard, and more.
- YouTube’s “Hello 2021” concert will feature performances by Demi Lovato, J Balvin and Dua Lipa, as well as appearances by Matthew McConaughey, Jimmy Fallon, and more.
- “United in Song: Celebrating the Resilience of America” will air live on PBS and feature performances from Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Josh Groban, Renee Fleming, Joshua Bell, Yo-Yo Ma, the American Pops Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra, and more.
Watch a New Year’s movie
Take a nostalgic trip to a New Year’s Eve of the past by watching a good movie. Check out our blog with a round up of NYE movies to watch!