Las Vegas New Year’s Eve festivities are traditionally the nation’s second-largest following Times Square in New York. Typically, NYE in Vegas includes over-the-top firework shows from every major hotel, packed night clubs, and party-goers roaming the strip.
2020 can’t end soon enough. While NYE parties will look a little different this year, 2021 deserves to be celebrated. Are you still looking for last-minute plans to help say sayonara to the worst year ever?
Vegas Girls Night Out has you covered. We’re letting you in on the best in-person and virtual events to celebrate NYE 2021 in Vegas.
Party Plan #1: Vegas Girls Night Out Style
You can still book an ultimate Vegas experience. Vegas Girls Night Out is offering several party options to help you ring in the new year.
Below are the different choices we’re offering to help make your night extra special.
Please keep in mind that NYE will still be one of the busiest nights of the year, despite the strange world we’re living in. Reservations will be needed in advance to secure your place.
Party Plan #2: Virtual NYE Experience
The TAO Group is offering virtual party packages. Don’t worry; If anyone can make the last day of 2020 fun, it’s TAO. This 4-hour virtual NYE extravaganza will feature different virtual packages that include a comedy show, mixology class, DJ dance party, and more. Package prices are Prices $195 – $600
What Will You Get?
All packages include access to a unique charcuterie class, mixology class, private Pat McGann comedy show, champagne demonstration, and DJ dance party. Depending on the party package you opt for, you may be qualified to receive a custom cutting board, accouterments for the charcuterie class, ingredients for the mixology class, a 750ml bottle of Moet Chandon Brut, popcorn, and NYE party favors for 8 guests. So, essentially everything you need to host an NYE party without ever having to step foot out of your house. The TAO Group will ship your party essentials nationwide!
Government / Covid Info
Unfortunately, COVID-19 is still alive and well. While (some) nightclubs will welcome guests for the big night, they are exclusively reservation-only—no general admission. There will also not be any walk-ins for restaurants. Government regulations mandated that reservations are required for all restaurants, bars, and clubs. No reservation, no entry. Finally, only 25% occupancy in all clubs, bars, and restaurants will be allowed this year. These regulations are put in place to help keep you and those around you safe.
With that being said, let’s make this NYE one for the books!