2015 Times Square Ball Drop Live New Years Eve Party

New Year's Eve Times Square Ball Drop Viewing Gallery

Times Square New Years BALL DROP Live

2015 Times Square Ball Drop

NYE in Times Square New Year’s Eve

Every year, thousands of people flock to Times Square on New Year’s Eve only to catch a glimpse of the famed Ball Drop. If you want the real deal—a spot in a private, barricaded area in the center of it all with an direct view of the Ball—then we have just the ticket for you. Our exclusive Guaranteed View Package only has room for a limited number of guests, so sign up soon to get the best deal on the most incredible experience we’ve ever had the pleasure of offering.

You won’t find another ticket that gives you a view like ours from the ground in Times Square, let alone a spot in a cordoned-off viewing area. It’ll be pretty cold at 10:30 PM when we lead you to our private viewing area, so you’ll want to dress as warmly as possible.

Our VIP Pass will give you everything that NYE in Times Square has to offer—the tangible excitement of thousands of people, the energy of the moment—without having to fight everyone around you for what would only amount to a mediocre view. With us holding a spot for you, your evening is full of endless possibility. All you have to do is show up on time and let us handle he rest. We’ll leave the excitement and lifelong memories to you.

Price increase warning: New Year's Eve ticket prices often go up significantly (100% +) the closer you get to New Years Eve. Also note that many NYE Events will sell out well in advance of New Years Eve. About your Tickets:  (1) Show up early and help reduce the wait time, (2) Make sure to have your physical ticket on hand because you will need to show it to NYPD and security upon request, (3) You accept the risks and agree to adhere to the NYPD rules and regulations for the evening, (4) If you select shipping as your delivery method, tickets will not be sent out until December, (5) A LIVE VIEW of The Ball Drop is not guaranteed. Large crowds should be expected