Fireworks

Earlybird Tickets For London’s New Year’s Eve Released In June

A limited number of early release tickets for the Mayor of London’s New Year’s Eve fireworks celebrations will be made available in June. People, from anywhere in the UK or abroad, will be able to book tickets, guaranteeing themselves good views of the fantastic pyrotechnic display and a better visitor experience.

As you might know, last year the popular areas by the Thames were made ticket only for the first time if you wanted to be in a prime spot to see the fireworks.

The early release of tickets will be available to the public from midday UK time on 19th June at £10 per person. The main batch of tickets will be released in September.

There are a multitude of ways to celebrate in London as establishments all over the city will be pulling out all the stops to make NYE 2015 memorable. London offers fantastic dining experiences with top class fare at one of the city’s Michelin starred restaurants, treating someone special to a romantic supper or taking dinner cruise down the Thames.

Many London pubs and gastro pubs will be staying open past midnight and top comedy clubs and West End theatres will be putting on great performances. London is also one of the clubbing capitals of Europe and there will be a whole host of specially organised club nights in unique locations around the city or top DJ sets at one of these well-known nightclubs.

Families can also have a great time by taking the children to an afternoon matinee or enjoying skating on the many ice rinks around the capital. While some might still be in bed, the New Year’s Day Parade provides a stunning start to the New Year with marching bands, acrobats, cheerleaders and entertainers.

Anyone without a ticket will not be able to get into this year’s event. Since 2003 the number of people wanting to watch the display had grown from about 100,000 to more than half a million in 2013.

To purchase tickets go to www.london.gov.uk/nye or visit www.visitlondon.com/newyearseve for more information about what’s going on in London on New Year’s Eve.

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