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NEW YEAR'S EVE/NEW YEAR'S DAY CELEBRATION

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PHILADELPHIA PA--A festive night like New Year’s Eve calls for a festive celebration — and Philadelphia hosts many of them to welcome the new year each year.

The big show is the annual SugarHouse New Year’s Eve Fireworks on the Waterfront, featuring two spectacular shows on the Delaware River at 6 p.m. and midnight. Elsewhere, many of the city’s restaurants plate fixed-price dinners, while Philly clubs offer late-night dancing for almost every music taste.

The best way to do New Year’s Eve in Philly is by staying over. Book the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package, featuring up to $218 in free perks, to start the new year with a wonderful winter getaway.

Then, on New Year’s Day, thousands of residents and visitors take to the streets for the annual SugarHouse Casino Mummers Parade, an only-in-Philadelphia tradition dating back to 1901 where thousands of men, women and children wearing feathers and sequins dance to music and parade along Broad Street from Philadelphia City Hall.

Check out our favorite places to watch the fireworks, top celebrations for revelers of all ages, special events and more, below.

 

A festive night like New Year’s Eve calls for a festive celebration — and Philadelphia hosts many of them to welcome the new year each year.

The big show is the annual SugarHouse New Year’s Eve Fireworks on the Waterfront, featuring two spectacular shows on the Delaware River at 6 p.m. and midnight. Elsewhere, many of the city’s restaurants plate fixed-price dinners, while Philly clubs offer late-night dancing for almost every music taste.

The best way to do New Year’s Eve in Philly is by staying over. Book the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package, featuring up to $218 in free perks, to start the new year with a wonderful winter getaway.

Then, on New Year’s Day, thousands of residents and visitors take to the streets for the annual SugarHouse Casino Mummers Parade, an only-in-Philadelphia tradition dating back to 1901 where thousands of men, women and children wearing feathers and sequins dance to music and parade along Broad Street from Philadelphia City Hall.

Check out our favorite places to watch the fireworks, top celebrations for revelers of all ages, special events and more, CLICK HERE

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