View of the Miami skyline during a fireworks display looking South from the 40th floor of a building in the center of the city.

Champagne! Parties! Fireworks! There’s no better place to say hello to 2017 than South Beach. Come out and experience the glitz and glamour whether you want to celebrate out on the water or in a more intimate setting, we have five ideas of where you can celebrate New Year’s Eve in Miami Beach:

Out on the Water

For an overall view of the city and fireworks, consider taking a dinner cruise with Island Queen Cruises Inc. With your purchase of a ticket, you’ll get access to the premium open bar, a large buffet, dessert on the skydeck, music, dancing, and fireworks! Visit the website for more details.

Island Queen Cruises Inc.
556-664 Northeast 22nd Street
Miami, FL 33137

In the Streets

The City of Miami Beach will host its very own New Year’s Eve Celebration again this year. If it’s anything like the last party, then it will be a blast. You can expect a party on the beach at 9th Street and Ocean Drive, food, music, and of course fireworks!

The City of Miami Beach
9th Street and Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139

At a Nightclub

Many nightclubs including Story will host wild celebrations to ring in the new year. Join Marshmello for hypnotic tunes at Story Nightclub with a premium open bar from 9pm to Midnight. Get your tickets for the big event before it sells out.

Story Nightclub
136 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Nikki Beach

Every year Nikki Beach holds their signature beach club New Year’s party. The elegant celebration will include entertainment, music, and special surprises that haven’t been released yet.

Nikki Beach
1 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Winter Haven Hotel Rooftop

What better way is there to watch fireworks than six-stories up on our intimate rooftop? You’ll have a perfect view of all the city’s mesmerizing fireworks over Atlantic Ocean, and the iconic Ocean Drive. Start 2017 off right with us! Book here to stay with the Winter Haven Hotel during New Year’s Eve.