New Year’s Eve 2018 is predicted to be the coldest since 1962. So grab your friends or loved ones and head to one of these New York City parties. You’ll be sure to warm up as you say farewell to 2017.

Zeds Dead, Jauz, Get Real & FSOE 500 Peformance 

RPM Presents welcome special guests Zeds Dead + Jauz, Get Real and FSOE 500 to headline at the Brooklyn Hangar (2 52nd St, Brooklyn, NY) on New Year’s Eve. Additional guests include Zomboy, Bro Safari, GG Magree, Solardo, Aly & Fila and more. For those who have attended events at this venue in the past, you know that the warehouse is the perfect destination to ring in 2018.



Brooklyn’s premier nightclub, Schimanski (54 N 11th st Brooklyn, NY) will celebrate the New Year with Andre Power of Soulection, Fedde Le Grand, MK, and Will Clarke of Dirtybird. The big New Year’s Eve celebration will be headlined by one of the most sought after Dutch deep house acts, Oliver Heldens. If you feel like partying right through New Year’s Day, New York’s very own Boris will be taking the stage alongside Guti and Caleb Calloway on Monday.

RPM Presents is the world’s premier dance music marketing and management group; founded and operated by Eddie Dean, who formerly helmed Pacha NYC and currently owns Schimanski in Brooklyn.

The McKittrick Hotel – The King’s Winter Masquerade

It’s the final McKittrick Masquerade of the season so find your most opulent mask and head over to The King’s Winter Masquerade. Celebrate New Year’s at this soiree featuring a feast fit for a king, a full open bar, live entertainment and McKittrick-inspired curiosities throughout the hotel. There are varying tickets, some of which include entrance to the riveting and renowned Sleep No More experience.


STK Meatpacking

Meatpacking is the place to see and be seen, and STK is at the top of the list. This hotspot has two levels to choose from, the rooftop being a bit more expensive but well-worth it for the views. The glamour is endless and the energy will be high well into the night with DJ Supra spinning the best songs.

The Slipper Room

Get a variety of entertainment at the The Slipper Room. When The Slipper Room opened its doors 1999 neo-burlesque was in its infancy but now performers from all around the world curate acts for this Variety Show. The New Year’s event, Lovefest, will feature performances by James Habacker, Pinkie Special, Tansy, Joshua Dean, Cheeky Lane, Sean Blue and Cardone.

– Lauren Wire