We’re moving into a new decade! Whether you’re looking to start 2020 with family fun or plan to have New Year’s Eve be the start of your roaring ‘20s, there are many options to enjoy. Here’s a round up of fun things to do in Charlotte, NC for NYE. Go out and be merry!
Of all the things to do in Charlotte on this big night, the main event from the city’s point of view is the Official CLT New Year’s Eve event. Held at Levine Avenue of the Arts, this free community celebration is near many Charlotte attractions. You can wander Uptown or skate first at Holiday on Ice before going to enjoy the live music, lighting of the Queen City Crown and fireworks show at midnight.
Earlier in the day, there will be plenty of football fans in town for the 18th annual Belk Bowl. This annual event pairs an ACC team versus an SEC one for gridiron guts and excitement. The game is at noon at Bank of America Stadium, where the Carolina Panthers play.
No matter your neighborhood, you won’t be too far from the New Year’s festivities at Charlotte, NC attractions. You might celebrate at these Charlotte points of interest:
Or try one of the city’s local breweries. Thirsty Nomad Brewing for instance hosts a Clash of the Nomads event during its party. All attendees get a chance to vote on the best Belgian Tripel beer brewed by their brewers (and adding a random ingredient picked from a hat).
Among the fun things to do in Charlotte on New Year’s, count the many, many parties organized by some of the city’s bars and restaurants. These include:
We hope this article helps take the pain out of planning for the New Year. We can’t do anything about that Jan. 1st headache, though. Sorry.
Have fun on New Year’s Eve, but do it responsibly. That’s why we didn’t mention the Crawl til the Ball Falls pub-crawl (oops, looks like we did after all). Still, if you get to the point that you’re saying you’re in “Charlotte South Carolina,” you probably need to ride-share home!
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