We are now less than one week away from New Years Eve 2017! So whether you are trying to choose your party of choice, or just want to see what the rest of the world is doing, be sure to check out our rundown of 4 absolutely incredible NYE parties, from across the planet.
Quite simply, the definitive place for any techno fan to spend NYE. Hyte take over Arena Berlin for a late night showcase of the very best in four-four beats. The line up reads like a roll call of the biggest DJs in the genre; Carl Cox, Chris Liebing, Dubfire, Loco Dice, Seth Troxler, Richie Hawtin and many more. Unmissable.
DECADENCE CITY OF DREAMS
COLARADO, DENVER (USA)
Billed as America’s biggest NYE Celebration, Decadence returns to Denver, Colorado with one of their biggest line-ups, to date. Tasked with warming up the icy Rocky Mountains, are superstars including Tiesto, The Chainsmokers, Eric Prydz, Flume and Bob Moses.
If you think Ibiza is just for the summer, think again! Although Ibizan winters are generally quiet and serene affairs, Pacha stays open throughout the year (it is the only large club on the island that does so). Their NYE party is something of a throwback to the original parties there – the crowd is a mix of Ibiza locals and ex-pats along with a smattering of tourists who can’t wait until summer. All three rooms are open and the music is provided by DJ Pippi, Simon Morell, Angel Linde, Sergio Mussa and Felix Da Funk.
ELECTRIC MINDS: THE LAST DANCE
London record label and event series, Electric Minds, have just celebrated ten years in the game. So London clubland was saddened with the news that that founder, Dolan Bergin, has decided that this will be their final year. This NYE – with a view to ending on a high – they’re taking over the incredible Corsica Studios for ‘One Last Dance’, soundtracked by Move D, Mr Ties, Hessletime and Dolan Bergin, himself.
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