This blog post, 5 Things to Do on New Year’s Eve in Downtown LA, was originally published on 12/10/2019 and updated on 12/17/2020.
Finally, 2020 is over! In 2021, I plan on being so busy loving my life that I will have no time for regret, fear, or anxiety. Wouldn’t you join me? But first, how will you celebrate New Year’s Eve? There may be a pandemic, but there are still plenty things for New Year’s Eve. It will be diffrent, virtually, but it will be fun. Check out 5 Things to Do on New Year’s Eve in Downtown LA.
I also got you covered on 3 Easy New Year’s Eve Outfits and a walkable guide to Instaworthy spots in Downtown LA.
5 Things to Do on New Year’s Eve in Downtown LA
01. Things to Do on New Year’s Eve in Downtown LA: Grand Park + The Music Center’s N.Y.E.L.A.
Los Angeles’s official New Year’s Eve party is going global this year! Traditionally, this event was held in Downtown LA but going virtual this year due to pandemic. Grand Park’s NYELA makes its national broadcast debut on Fuse. Count down to 2021 by tuning into the biggest virtual NYE dance party on the west coast!
02. Things to Do on New Year’s Eve in Downtown LA: Virtual Cocktail Party with Friends and Family
Whether you’re celebrating with a more intimate party for two or celebrating New Year’s Eve, try these fabulous and easy cocktail recipes will make your 2021 New Year’s Eve party a delicious success.
03. Things to Do on New Year’s Eve in Downtown LA: Family Movie Night
Start 2021 from the comfort of your couch with the family. It’s the best way to stay safe and healthy this year. Get these family movie night essentials for a family movie night success.
04. Things to Do on New Year’s Eve in Downtown LA: Drive-In Movie
Technically, it is not in Downtown LA but it close enough. Head over to Hollywood Legion Post 43 Drive-In to watch Wonder Woman 1984. Hollywood Legion Post 43 is a 30-car drive-in. Head over at 7 pm since the stay-at-home curfew order starts at 10 p.m.
05. Things to Do on New Year’s Eve in Downtown LA: Comfort Food Dinner Party
After 202, what we all need is comfort. Get all dressed up in your best pajama, get comfort at home, and order comfort food from your favorite restaurants in Downtown LA like Redbird’s seven-course heat-and-serve menu and Rossoblu‘s five-course Italian holiday meal.
How will you celebrate New Year’s Eve this year?
Wishing you peace, love, and laughter in the New Year!
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