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New Year’s Eve in Leeds

30th December 2016

New Year’s Eve in Leeds

New Year is a time of tradition, family, and celebration. A time to be merry, drink champagne and make resolutions for the new year. If you’re lucky enough to be spending this New Year’s Eve in Leeds then you’ll be spoiled by the extensive array of restaurants, pubs, and bars to help you get into the spirit.

If you’re looking for a family-friendly place to take the kids then New Craven Hall is the place for you. Located just outside the city it is perfect for the whole family, along with the usual good food and drinks they will have a huge bouncy castle, fake tattoo parlour and foam and bubble machines, ensuring the kids have just as much fun as the adults.

Leeds New Craven Hall

Leeds New Craven Hall

Leeds’ colourful array of nightlife was made for the party lovers out there. Around the World in 80 Beers invite you to join them for live music all day long with a DJ scheduled from 5pm until the early hours to celebrate the dawn of the New Year in style.

So whether you’re looking to spend your night in one of the hundreds of bars and clubs on offer in the city or looking for a more relaxed night in, there’s a night for everyone here in Leeds.

Around the world in 80 beers

Around the world in 80 beers

For those more inclined to spend the celebrations in the great outdoors, Roundhay Park will be hosting a spectacular bonfire from 6pm, lighting up the sky with its flames as spectators make resolutions for the start of the new year ahead. Not only will there be a bonfire but the celebrations continue as they also host an impressive show of fireworks when the clock strikes at the golden hour.

Food is an integral part of any celebration and Leeds is no exception to this, with a vast selection of restaurants and hotels, Banyan in the city centre are offering a special NYE meal at a great price with a free cocktail to get you started. This is just one of many offers available for New Year’s Eve, you won’t be short of a choice with a selection which ranges from local roast dinners with Yorkshire puddings to more exotic cuisines.

So whether you’re dancing around the bonfire singing Auld Lang Syne or raising a glass at the Royal Armoires Masquerade Ball to celebrate the dawn of 2017, Leeds has something for everyone.

 

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