Get the champagne ready! It’s almost time to ring in the 2023 New Year’s Eve in Niagara, and there are so many events happening across the region.
Whether you’re looking to have a nice sit-down dinner, party it up at a local club, or laugh the night away, there is something for everyone to do this holiday season.
We picked out the top 6 events that are the perfect way to say goodbye to 2022.
Spirit in Niagara’s New Year’s Eve Experience
Sip and celebrate at this local distillery while counting down to 2023. During this event, you’ll get an 8-course tasting menu, a champagne toast and a live performance by Thomas Nelson Band.
Tickets are $98 per person and there are two seatings available (6-8 p.m. and 8-10 p.m.)
Laugh It Up At Showtime Comedy
If you’re looking to laugh during the 2023 New Year’s Eve in Niagara, this is the spot to be.
Hosted by Comedy at Club 54’s Ben Guyatt and featuring Jason Allen and Mitch McBeaudry, each ticket will come with party favours and a champagne toast. Tickets are $49.99 per person.
Watch The Fireworks At The Falls
You can head down to the falls this year and ring in 2023 with an amazing firework show.
You can either enjoy the show at 8:00 p.m. or at midnight, and the event is free for all.
Have A 3-Course Meal At Trius Winery
Head out to this Niagara winery for a 3-course meal complete with a glass of bubbly when you arrive.
The event takes place from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and costs $95 per person.
Party At Club Seven’s New Year’s Eve Party
If you’re looking to party hard in Niagara for the 2023 New Year’s Eve, then head over to Club Seven Nightclub.
There will be two large dance floors with two different DJs playing some classic hits. Prices vary depending if you choose general admission or bottle service.
Moulin Rouge New Year’s Eve Dinner At Peller
Spend your night in Peller’s underground barrel cellar where you’ll enjoy a 5-course tasting menu with selected wine pairings.
After dinner, there will be dancing in the lobby and you can count down to midnight with Icewine Marshmallows and a glass of Cuvée. Tickets are $250 per person.