Celebrating New Year’s Eve 2018 in St. Louis

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December 31, 2018 is one of the biggest party nights of the year. People get together to ring in the New Year all across St. Louis, from big hotel bashes to more exclusive private parties. Here, our travel and event experts are sharing their favorite ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in St. Louis. No matter how you celebrate, we ask that you travel safely from event to event on this busy party night. Plus, you can reserve a personal taxi ride in advance with St. Louis County Cab right on our website! Avoid long waits by reserving your ride ahead of time.

Roaring ’20’s New Year’s Eve at Angad Arts Hotel

Dress to impress in your favorite flapper or Gatsby-inspired look for an upscale party at the trendy new Angad Arts Hotel. There will be a champagne toast at midnight, plus a surprise! Music by the Jesse Gannon Experience and DJs Gary Mac and Marc Buxton. Tickets start at $100/per person.

Monday, Dec. 31st at 8 p.m.

Angad Arts Hotel

House Party (With a Fun Theme!) 

Sometimes you just don’t feel like going out on the town for New Year’s Eve. Bring the fun to you this year, by hosting an epic blowout bash or intimate house party with close friends and family. Step up your event with a festive theme! Need some ideas? Try: Roaring ’20’s (see above), Party Animal, Ugly Sweater Party, Disco Fever, Sequins & Fur, or Masquerade Party. Not all themes have to be fancy. Host a cozy Onesie Party!

In addition to planning a fun theme, make sure to plan ahead if you’ll be serving alcohol at your party. Cocktails and champagne toasts mean your guests will need a safe ride home after partying well after midnight. Take care of your guests with the help of St. Louis County Cab. You can order anyone a cab ride home anytime by calling us at 314-991-5300, or downloading our free ride app. We never charge surge prices, which is bound to save you money on one of the busiest party nights of the year.

Or, you can make sure all of your guests get a reliable ride home, with our event transportation service, SecureRide. We customize ride packages to fit your budget. So, you can pay for part of your guests’ trip or provide it entirely for free. No matter what you plan for your own New Year’s Eve party, you’ll want to make sure your guests make it safely into the new year.

Family-Friendly Fun on New Year’s Eve

Kiener Plaza opens at noon for ice skating with more family-friendly fun starting at 4 p.m. with performances, giveaways, hot cocoa and an early Near Year’s Eve countdown ending with fireworks at 8 p.m. Best of all, admission is totally free! Get more details and directions here!

Monday, Dec. 31st at 4 p.m.

Kiener Plaza

Ride in Style, with BEST Transportation

Going out on New Year’s Eve can be expensive because party packages at bars and restaurants usually start at $100/per person and go up quickly. Most events sell out quickly, so you may miss out if you don’t make plans early. This is why we like to recommend a fun night on the town in your own “club on wheels” with our sister company, BEST Transportation.  Our party bus rentals start at only $17/per person. Or, you can reserve a limo to celebrate New Year’s in style for only $40/per person. Party people like that they can bring along all of their own food, drinks and music to make the party bus their very own VIP section all night long! So, you can cruise downtown to watch the fireworks, then stop by your favorite bar for a nightcap before heading home after midnight.

Learn more about reserving a Party Bus for NYE Here!

or, send 2018 off in epic brunch fashion, with:

New Year’s Brunch at Cedar Lake Cellars

The winery will host a New Year’s brunch on Sunday, Dec. 30th starting at 10 a.m. Enjoy indulgent menu options like lobster mac-and-cheese, breakfast casseroles, pastries and fruit salads plus sparkling wine, mimosas and house sangria. Brunch is $21.95/per person, kids five and under are free.

Find even more New Year’s Eve events and happenings going on in St. Louis here, and cheers to a happy new year!