16 Lesbian Things To Do In New York City On New Year’s Eve


Happy New Year’s Eve 2020, NYC!

New York City lesbians, turn all the way up for the new decade with these 12 lesbian New Year’s Eve events!

Ascension 2020 at Meta Den (1335 Gates Ave.) at 3 p.m. — A QTPOC day party on New Year’s Eve, for those who don’t want to wait until midnight to start turning up. A blend of “ritual, fashion, and turn-up” will be available, including tarot readings, flowers, and a community ceremony. Tickets $10+.

Babetown NYE PJ Party at Babetown (449 Troutman St.) — Live in Brooklyn and don’t wanna get out of your pajamas to ring in the new year? Babetown, a pop-up supper club for queer women/trans and non-binary people, is hosting an intimate pajama party in Bushwick for New Year’s. $35 tickets include a full meal and all-you-can-drink wine and beer.

Cubbyhole Bar’s New Year’s Eve Celebration at Cubbyhole (281 W 12th St.) at 4 p.m. — If you want a low-cost NYE in the city (wow, those exist?!), Cubbyhole is hosting a party with no cover, plus a free champagne toast, PLUS free noisemakers and hats and things. Starts in the afternoon and goes until 4 a.m.

Ginger’s 20th Annual New Years Eve Bash at Ginger’s Bar (363 5th Ave) at 8 p.m. — Celebrate the new year with “beers, babes, and music” at this neighborhood lezzie bar in Brooklyn. Champagne toast included. No cover.

Glam Ball – New Year’s Revolution 2020 at Henrietta Hudson (438 Hudson St.) at 8 p.m. — Henrietta Hudson’s New Year’s Eve party will have “delicious nibbly things” and of course, champagne and glitter. VIP tickets are $60, regular tix are $20.

Hot Rabbit Presents: Resolutions LGBTQ New Year’s Eve Party at Bowery Ballroom (6 Delancey St.) at 10 p.m. — This event features a complimentary champagne toast, vogue-go magic, performances, and more. Tickets range from $20 to $40, depending on when you buy.

Kiss Me Tomorrow at Mood Ring (1260 Myrtle Ave.) at 9 p.m. — A cute NYE dance party at this gay astrology themed bar, featuring a special Capricorn season cocktail in addition to a complementary champagne toast. Tickets $30.

The McKittrick World’s Fair at The McKittrick Hotel (530 W 27th St) at 10:15pm — If you want an over-the-top impressive event, check out this dance party at the famous McKittrick hotel. Dress “to the nines” and enjoy an all-night open bar; the space will feature live performances, scenic installations, costumes, and more. Tickets are $225, which includes the open bar.

New Year’s at the Top of the Tower at Ophelia Lounge (3 Mitchel Place) at 9 p.m. — Celebrate the new year on the 26th floor of the Art Deco Beekman tower, where a Snow Globe in the Sky installation is currently installed. This is a formal attire event with a four-hour premium open bar; tickets are $99 and up.

New Years Eve Hookah Party at The Spot Hookah Lounge (42-21 Broadway) at 10 p.m. — Queens! The Spot and Crazymariacherrylips are hosting a NYE party with drink, food, and hookah specials all night long. Tickets are $10.

Queeraoke at Metropolitan Bar (559 Lorimer Street) at 10 p.m. — A weekly karaoke night at a friendly gay bar in Brooklyn. Free.

girlNATIONnyc & Qgirls Proudly Presents Q-Nation: A New Tea Dance for the LBT Community at REBAR Chelsea (225 W 19th St.) at 4 p.m. — A pre-New Year’s celebration for queer women on Sunday, December 29. Featuring celesbian DJ Susan Levine. $10 cover.

Secret Speakeasy New Year’s Eve at Sugar East (1125 1st Ave.) at 9 p.m. — This Prohibition-themed NYE event features a four-hour premium open bar and live band. Tickets start at $99.

LoverGirlNYC and NYDreamGyrl Present 2020 New Years’ Eve After Party: Silver & Gold Event at Taj II Lounge (48 W 21st St.) at 2:30 a.m. — Is the bar closing but you’re not done partying? Head to Taj II to keep the NYE party going until the sun comes up. Tickets $25.

The Best Party To Ring In 2020 at Stonewall Inn (53 Christopher St.) at 9 p.m. — Celebrate the turn of the decade at Stonewall as a last ode to WorldPride! The party is set to go all night long, and there will be guest DJs. $10 cover.

Femmepremacy And Set It Off Present 20/20 at Basquiat’s Bottle (1198 Fulton St., Brooklyn) at 10 p.m. — 2019 was becoming a blur. Femmepremacy took a little break, but it has finally returned with 20/20 VISION & for an eye-opening, booty poppin’, manifesting party. Tickets start at $5.

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