The Space Needle's tophouse is transformed into a massive New Year's Eve party where guests are treated to a six-course meal at SkyCity restaurant followed by dancing on the Observation Deck until 2:00 a.m. Dinner cost: $250 per person and it includes tax, gratuity, and valet. Observation Deck party tickets are $125 (includes tax and gratuity). Reservations: call 206-905-2100/800-937-9582.
The 605-foot Space Needle is also the famous backdrop to thousands of pyrotechnic effects on New Year's Eve. Plan ahead as over 20,000 people gather below the tower to view the firework display at midnight.
Enjoy the voices of St. James Cathedral's professional tenors.
Eat dinner and party with live and DJ'd dance music and salsa dancing.
Ring in the New Year with family and friends aboard festive Royal Argosy Cruise at Pier 56. Includes a four-course meal, live music and spectacular firework views with a champagne toast at midnight.
Join the Emerald City Wanderers for these fun walks, starting at St. Paul's Episcopal Church near Seattle Center. On New Year's Eve walk along Alki Beach in West Seattle and on New Year's Day the walk is on West Seattle's hilltop neighborhoods.
Enjoy a concert and festivities with champagne, dessert, dancing and a countdown with the Maestro.
- Lake Union 1001 Fairview North, Seattle, WA 98109 (206) 447-0769
- Leschi 102 Lakeside Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122 (206) 328-2233
- Greenlake 7900 East Greenlake Drive North, Seattle, WA 98103 (206) 524-3985
- Belltown 2322 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121 (206) 728-2000
- Kirkland 2220 Carillon Point, Kirkland, WA 98033 (425) 822-4000
Vessel offers their modern bar for private New Year's Eve parties. On the years it's not rented out privately they put on a New Year's Eve celebration where locals dress up in their holiday best and ring in the New Year with a glass of bubbly. 1312 5th Avenue, downtown Seattle.
Seattle's Chinatown/International District celebrates the New Year! Enjoy Asian-inspired arts & crafts, food and booths, children's activities, lion dance, dragon dance, and live cultural performances. The festival begins on the first day of the first lunar month in the Chinese calendar and ends on the 15th. Free admission. Address: Union Station Great Hall, 401 South Jackson Street in Seattle's Chinatown/International District.