Downtown Atlanta skyline at dusk

Here’s Where You Can Welcome in 2020 ATL Style

The average American spends a whopping $200 dollars on New Year’s Eve. It’s a festivity to relish the good times, distance yourself from the bad times – and to reinvent the wheel. Atlanta is a unique city for New Year’s Eve. According to, the city ranks sixth best city for New Year’s Eve celebrations – mostly attributed to the large scale of entertainment, food, fireworks and events per capita. Something that shouldn’t strike anyone who lives here as a surprise. The city is a force in the film industry and above all, the champions of the music industry. The entertainment has always been here – but now there are a wide variety to choose from. Here are a few of New Year’s Eve events to ring in 2020.
New Year’s Eve White Party
Heretic Atlanta
DJ Mike Pope and Kidd Madonny will take you into 2020 with the hottest beats of the past decade and year! Casual white attire is expected but if you do not participate – no worries!
Xion After-Hours
DJ Micky Friedmann keeps the party going until the sun rises!
2020 Morning Party
DJ Cindel welcomes in 2020 with more music and dancing for the Atlanta crowd!
Blake’s Roaring ’20s New Year’s Eve Celebration
Golden Ticket: $100,
Golden Couples: $200
Included is a 5-hour premium cocktail reception, heavy hors-d’oeuvres and sweets, and music!
New Year’s Eve
Grammy nominated DJ/Producer Tracy Younghas got you covered with the beats to welcome in 2020 in style! Outdoor patio is open and ready for a celebration!
New Year’s Eve Party
Midtown Moon 
Admission: To be determined
Roaring 20’s New Year’s Eve Party
$15 for general admission,
$40 for open bar
New Year’s Eve Party
Woof’s Atlanta 
DJ Mister Richard will give you beats while you eat, drink, and welcome in 2020!
NYE Party
The Hideaway
No Cover
Party Favors, complimentary champagne at midnight, music and dancing!
NYE Dance Party
DJ Eric James and Fernando will provide dance hits to keep you moving into 2020! Don’t miss the champagne toast at midnight!
The New Year’s brings about the process of talking yourself through self-improvement – pinpointing your flaws, making Instagram comparisons, and shooting for a specific celebrities figure. It’s generally an antecedent from the previous year. You commit for about a week or two then you start taking shortcuts. Finally, you pretend that you never made it your resolution – it never existed. But you come to find out that no one cares. No one is going to hold you accountable for not getting jacked. Everyone shrugs their shoulders, feeling comforted by the fact that they are in the company of someone who made one, then gave it up. You take the steps when you’re ready.
Every New Year should just be a promise to have a good time, be safe, and to look out for each other. That’s the best way to spend the last day of the year.