Fun Ways To Celebrate New Year’s Eve At Home This Year


Happy new year to all the people around the world. It’s been such a hard year for everyone around the world, but let’s begin a new year with fun & joy with our family and friends. Here are some ways to celebrate the new year. Google has also shown a GIF on their logo.

New Year's Eve 2020

Dress up! ...

Go buy a new dress or wear anything you have that you most like. Plus, you can get great photo opps at home, too. Dressing fancy calls for some fancy hors d’oeuvres to match the vibe, don’t you think?

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Make a festive cocktail

Host a video call with loved ones

Zoom calls and Google Meet have become a staple for holiday celebrations this year, and they’re a great way to gather all of your loved ones virtually to ring in the New Year.

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Watch Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve

It’s not New Year’s Eve without watching the ball drop in Times Square, and although the in-person event is canceled this year, Ryan Seacrest will still be celebrating the day with various celebrity guests. Be sure to tune in.

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Have an appetizer cook-off

An hors d’oeuvre, appetizer, or starter is a small dish served before a meal in European cuisine. Some hors d’oeuvres are served cold, others hot. Hors d’oeuvres may be served at the dinner table as a part of the meal, or they may be served before seating, such as at a reception or cocktail party.

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Plan a virtual toast with your friends

Despite the challenges, it’s important to acknowledge all of the good parts of the year, and you can easily do so with a thoughtful virtual toast. Plan a time to call up your friends and loved ones so you can all raise a glass to getting through 2020.

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Watch movies all night long

If you don’t have any friends to party or enjoy then you can watch movies all night with some snacks to enjoy new year’s eve.

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Have a dance party

Get drunk and dance around the house with your family and roommates.

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Which country gets new year first?

New Year is first celebrated on the small Pacific island nations of TongaSamoa, and Kiribati. New Zealand follows next in celebrating the New Year, followed by Australia, Japan, and South Korea, while the last place to celebrate New Year is Bakers Island which lies in central Pacific Ocean.


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