After all the plates have been cleared and the party hats taken off on Christmas Day, the next big occasion for locals will doubtlessly be one of the many fantastic events on New Year’s Eve in North Wales and Chester.
There are always some grand parties and fireworks displays in the area with so many people congregating near the seaside towns and rural regions to really see out the year in style. Whether you are after a quiet meal in one of the premier establishments dotted around North Wales or just want to celebrate with a big old knees up and a glass of something too many.
Similarly so in the nearby city of Chester where the youthful population lends itself to one or two high calibre and high energy events. If you fancy some clubbing to wind down 2013, then an hour or so on the train will see you in Chester where there are events aplenty.
Of course, if you’re wanting a big affair with loved ones then there’s much in the way of family-friendly fun for all too. To help you decided where to be this NYE, NorthWales.com has compiled a list of all the highlights from what’s sure to be a barnstorming end to the year.
NYE Events in North Wales & Chester
Beaumaris – Beaumaris Castle fireworks display at midnight
Deganwy – Quay Hotel NYE House Party from 2pm onwards
Chester – Chester Racecourse, The Perfect Night event starting from 9pm with tickets at £25
The Mango Club, 1st birthday celebration starting from 10pm for £6 per head
Stanley Palace, Vintage House Party at 8pm for £30.00 per head
Conwy – NYE Party at the North Wales Cruising Club, starts at 8pm
Porthmadog – Royal Sportsman Hotel New Year Celebrations
Llandudno – 147 Club, £5 entry for NYE party
Wrexham – Liquid and Envy, doors open at 10:30pm
Stiwt, Party Like it’s 1978. Starts at 7pm at £15 per person
Holywell – Springfield Hotel, NYE Party for £45 per person
Check back on NorthWales.com for more NYE events as they are announced!
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