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7 Things To Do In Provo For New Year’s Eve 2023

Looking for fun things to do for New Year’s Eve this year? You’ve come to the right place.

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By Mike Romero

It’s time to celebrate, Provo! Another wild year is coming to an end, and a beautiful new one is about to begin. As always, we’ve got you covered with a list of the best activities happening in Provo and the surrounding areas to ring in the new year.

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YNG + DMB: When You Were Young

On December 30 in Orem, YNG + DMB is hosting a throwback New Year’s Eve Party featuring music from “your iPod from elementary school.” A massive event, the party location is revealed after tickets are purchased. Grab some tickets here. Private VIP rooms include a mixed soda bar, massage chairs, ping pong tables, a photo studio, and more. Get a feel for YNG + DMB events below.

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Neon Countdown 2023 Presented By Provo Parks and Recreation

Come party at the Provo City New Year’s Eve party. The theme this year is neon, so people will come wearing their craziest and brightest outfits! This event is designed all ages and is happening on December 31 from 7 PM – 12 AM at the Provo Recreation Center. Have fun with inflatables, laser tag, face painting, dancing, New Year’s crafts, virtual reality, and more. Two stages of entertainment acts will have you laughing at magicians, wondering at hypnotists, marveling at neon science experiments, and more. Tickets are on sale now.

If you want spectacle but don’t want a party, you can ring in the New Year in the Provo Recreation Center Parking Lot. Two fireworks shows will take place at 9 PM and midnight respectively. Unlike the Neon Countdown 2023 party inside, participation in this part of the event is free.

New Year’s at Evermore Park

Ring in the new year with those you love at Evermore Park. Enjoy specialty quests and characters, go ice skating, dance to a live DJ, and tour the park on the Evermore Express. Knife throwing, archery, and the battle arena all included with your ticket! You can snag tickets here.

Heart & Seoul Karaoke

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Located in the heart of Downtown Provo, Heart & Seoul Karaoke is an Asian-style Karaoke lounge with over 30,000 songs to choose from – and your own private room. With lounge couches, big screen TV’s, a disco ball, and wireless mics, it’s a great place to chill on New Year’s Eve. Rent a private room here ASAP. Reservations for New Year’s Eve are going fast.

Utah’s Premier New Year’s Eve Bash

Hosted at Experience Events Center in downtown Provo, this Disco/Sequins-themed 21+ event features a state of the art audio system, cocktails and mocktails, a red carpet, a massive balloon drop at midnight, a 360 photo booth, and more. The first 50 people in the door get a free goodie bag. Doors open at 9:30 PM on December 31. The party ends at 1:30 AM. Get tickets here.

A party at Experience Event Center.
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HAYLOR-EVE’23: NYE PARTY!

Local DJ Ricky Barrera is throwing an epic party at The Manor at The Riverwoods. A night dedicated to playing music primarily by Harry Styles and Taylor Swift, songs from Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj will also be added into rotation. If you’re a massive Harry or Taylor fan, this is the event for you.

A disco pre-party will take place from 9 PM – 10 PM before the actual event begins. The mandatory dress code is semi-formal disco attire. This is an 18+ event, and no drugs or alcohol are allowed.

Tickets are $12 online here.

Secret Soirée: Lilly’s New Year’s Eve Party

Prepare to party like it’s 1923! Hosted by Lilly Events Co, this is a classy, wholesome, and super secretive event. It’s billed as the best way to say goodbye to 2022. This event is taking place at a secret location on December 31 from 9 PM – 12 AM. Get tickets here.

While you’re waiting for New Year’s Eve to arrive, enjoy “Movie” by Adam Turley and GABE ISAAC.

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