New Years Eve Glitters Gold In LA

New Year’s Eve is a magical night in Los Angeles. Bring in your New Year with all the glitz and glam only the Motion Picture Capital of the world can offer. Party at countdown bashes or dance the night away  and ring in the New Year Los Angeles style.

Wherever you go, remember to be safe and Go Metro for free from 9 p.m. on December 31st to 2 a.m. on January 1st. Or let someone else do the driving and catch a ride from Yellow Cab.

Universal CityWalk Hollywood’s New Years Eve Countdown Bash

Be amazed with a firework show at midnight.  The party goes from 9pm to 12:30am and is free to all. Parking  before 6 pm, $15 general/$20 preferred, after 6 pm $40 general, $45 valet. Go early for dinner at one of the many restaurants located on Citywalk.

Black and White Ball at Grauman’s Chinese Theater

Make your New Years Eve like a movie at Grauman’s Chinese Theater.  New 3D movie screens will play black & white movies all night long. The party gets started at 9pm to 2am. General Admission tickets are $65 in advance, including open bar. VIP tickets: $155 include separate entrance.

Carnevale di Venzia at Playhouse Hollywood

Cloak yourself in mystery this New Year’s Eve as you experience a grand transformation into Carnevale di Venezia. Party where Bohemian-chic meets mystery while a DJ spins some tunes.  The mystery begins at 9pm to 2 am. General Admission tickets start at $100 at the door, including open bar.

W Hollywood New Years Eve

Have a magical New Years at the Luxurious W in Hollywood and feel like a King.Tickets include open bar all night! This is a New Years Party you will not want to miss! This extravagant party starts at 9pm to 2am. General Admission tickets start at $100 and Open Bar included with general admission.

New Year’s Show with Shahram Solati and Helen

Start 2012 in style with a returning LA  favorite! Enjoy the finest Champagne following the New Year’s Eve countdown, dance all night, and celebrate with Shahram & Helen until early in the morning. Doors open at the prestigious Universal Hilton at 7:30 and the party ends at 1am.  General Admission tickets run from$135 to $175, including dinner buffet.

Las Palmas Avenue 2012 New Years Eve Block Party

3 of LA’s Hottest Clubs creating Hollywood’s Biggest Bash! When the countdown begins this New Years Eve, reward yourself with premier dance floors & Champagne Toasts. The most anticipated party in Los Angeles goes from 9pm to 2am. Tickets start at $75, including an open bar.

Cleopatra’s 2nd Annual 2012 New Year’s Eve Ball

Celebrate NYE along the Walk of Fame in the World Famous Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre with Hollywood’s Best DJs spinning Top 40, hip-hop mash-ups, balloon drop, confetti blast, giant & LED light show. The glamour continues from 9pm to 2am. Prices for this event start at $85, including an open bar.

Bootlegger’s Ball at The Edison

On New Years Eve, experience the unparalleled Cabaret Ball featuring an  electrifying performance by Lindsay and the All-Nighters. Allow aerialists, dancers and a host of gifted eccentrics for unique and unforgettable journey into 2012. Doors open at 7pm to 2am. Tickets start at $75.

RESTAURANTS

Gourmands have plenty of options on New Year’s Eve, with restaurants throughout the city offering a mouth-watering selection of menus and multiple seatings to welcome the new year.

New Year’s Eve Dinner Buffet at Cafe Sierra

Celebrate the Season at Cafe Sierra Restaurant. Culinary treats will delight your palette and warm your heart. A unique unparalleled buffet experience in Universal City, CA at Cafe Sierra Restaurant. So let the Champagne flow and pile your plate high as we say goodbye to 2011. Beginning at 5:30pm to 1:30am. Tickets are $79 and include Dinner Buffet and Champagne.

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