The star of New Year's Eve went through dress rehearsal in Times Square on Wednesday.
From Times Square to fine dining, there are plenty of options.
Why ring in the New Year in Times Square for free when you could pay $400 to party at Olive Garden?
On New Year’s Eve over one million people will pack into New York City’s Times Square, and another 130 million will tune in on television, to see the famous crystal ball, officially named the Waterford Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball, drop at midnight.
Over the weekend, about 25 stories above the Deuce on the roof of One Times Square, a team of electricians installed the final 288 Waterford Crystal triangles onto the surface of the enormous ball that will be used during the Times Square New Year's Eve celebration. Despite it being a staged event swarming with press, the opportunity to see the iconic ball up close was very, very cool.
The first ball was dropped in 1907
New Year’s Eve - New York City (12.31.14) Music by: Lights & Motion “We Are Ghosts (Alternate)" - (Music licensed via themusicbed.com)