Wednesday, December 5, 2012

New Years Eve 2013 Parties and Celebrations in US/Canada

As the New Year approaches, many are getting ready to reflect on things that happened in the previous year, while there are other carefree types who are more interested in getting tickets booked for New Years Eve 2013 parties. Celebrations and customs may differ from place to place but it is basically about rejoicing in the New Year spirit, which is common for all mankind. However, there are a few places in US and Canada where the core of New Years Eve 2013 parties happen. While there are many who would just prefer to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2013 quietly with family and friends, we also have a huge number of people who are eager to have a blast. This article is for them – the extroverts who are looking to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2013 outdoors!

In America this year, some of the top spots where you can find New Years Eve 2013 Parties include Chicago’s Navy Pier, Las Vegas, Times Square in New York City, Boston, Miami, and Washington DC. On New Year's Eve, parties of various kinds are hosted to mark the arrival of the next year. These range from small family parties to massive street parties that feature fireworks, live entertainment, dancing and music. Times Square in New York City is famous for the illuminated ball drop, which comes highlighted with plenty of balloons, fireworks, and New Years Eve kisses. For sure, almost all the top bars and restaurants are kept open from the evening on December 31 to the early hours of January 1, to play host to New Years Eve 2013 revellers.

For those in Canada, New Years Eve 2013 Parties at Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto, happen to be one of the biggest attractions. Other top spots in Canada include Stanley Park Pavilion in Vancouver and the exhilarating DJ parties at Montreal. In Niagara Falls, the waters come alive with colourful pyrotechnics and festivities every year on New Year‚Äôs Eve. Skiing, snowboarding, Polar Bear swims at English Bay in Vancouver or in Oakville, Ontario, are other trendy ways of celebrating New-year in Canada. Funny but true:  there are folks in Quebec who celebrate New Year‚Äôs Eve simply by spending all night on frozen lake to fish through holes in the ice. And they top it off with an ice-cold dip in a freezing lake or ocean!

So, whatever your way of celebration is going to be, just make sure you have a good time and play it safe. Wish you a Happy New Year!
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