Is the ball dropping in NYC for New Years?
The Times Square Ball is a time ball located in New York City’s Times Square….Times Square Ball.
|Times Square Ball Drop|
|Genre||New Year’s Eve event|
|Date(s)||December 31 – January 1|
|Begins||6:00 p.m. EST|
|Ends||12:30 a.m (1976-present)|
Is the ball drop Cancelled in New York?
Dec 31 – Jan 1, 2022
Times Square Ball Drop/Date
Will the ball drop 2022?
New Year’s Eve Ball Drop 2022 is an upcoming episode of New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. It will air on December 31, 2021 to January 1, 2022.
Will Times Square be open for New Years 2022?
New Year’s Eve Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, NYE 2021 was NOT open to the public. No details have yet been announced about NYE 2022, but we hope to be able to celebrate in person if it’s safe to do so.
Who is hosting the ball drop 2021?
Ryan Seacrest is returning for his 16th year as host of the New Year’s Eve program. The TV personality will be joined in New York City by Lucy Hale and Billy Porter, while Ciara will oversee the festivities in Los Angeles.
How do you see the ball drop in NYC?
The ball is dropped from the top of 1 Times Square at 42nd Street just south of the intersection of Broadway and 7th Ave. The area from which you can view the ball is fairly large. The ball can be viewed along Broadway from 43rd to 50th Streets. You can also see the ball along 7th Avenue from 43rd to 59th Streets.
What hotel can you see the ball drop from?
The Knickerbocker Hotel
The Knickerbocker Hotel They boast the closest view since they are just 150 feet from the ball drop. The rooftop is a beautiful and festive space to ring in 2019.
Is New Year’s always on a Monday?
New Year’s Eve always falls on December 31st of the year. New Year Day always falls on January 1st….New Year’s Eve 2019.
|New Year’s Eve Date||New Year Day Date|
|Sunday, December 31, 2023||Monday, January 1, 2024|
|Tuesday, December 31, 2024||Wednesday, January 1, 2025|
How can I watch the 2021 New York ball drop?
Visit TimesSquareNYC.org, NewYearsEve. nyc, or TimesSquareBall.net to watch free, commercial-free webcasts either on your computer or on various devices, such as Apple TV, Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and more.