Instead of staying home and watching the ball drop from New York City, get out and experience some of the best Birmingham has to offer. You won’t be wondering what do to New Year’s Eve 2015 in Birmingham AL after you get done reading our list of suggestions
Great Gatsby NYE Party at Workplay
When: 9:30pm – 2:00am
500 23rd Street South
Birmingham, AL 35233
Billed as Birmingham’s most fabulous New Year’s Eve celebration, get out your Gatsby-era three piece suit or flapper-style dress to ring in 2016 in style. Five different ticket packages are available for individuals or groups.
New Year’s Party w/ Trotline – Zydeco
Where: Zydeco, Birmingham AL
Trotline will rock Zydeco once again this New Year’s Eve in what has become an annual tradition. Doors will open at 9:30pm and general admission tickets are $20.00.
New Year’s Eve with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra – Alabama Theatre
When: Dec 31 at 6pm
Where: Alabama Theatre
Ring in the New Year with enchanting classical music and a large selection of champagne in the beautiful Alabama Theater.
The Black Jacket Symphony Presents: Journey’s Escape – Iron City
When: Doors 8:30pm/Show 9:30pm
Where: 513 22nd St. S, Birmingham, AL 35233
This will be one of the biggest parties of the entire year. The Black Jacket Symphony returns to perform Journey’s “Escape”. There are a limited amount of VIP tickets available that include reserved seating, open bar, and parking.
New Year’s Eve Dinner in Birmingham AL
Buttermilk Hill Restaurant and Bar
This unique, charming restaurant is located in Sylacauga, Alabama. The restaurant is tucked into an old Victorian Frame Home that was built in 1904. Relax away from the noise and drinking at the Buttermilk Hill Restaurant and Bar.
Flip Burger Boutique
Chances are that you’ve never had a burger quite like this. Flip Burger Boutique hand crafts each burger and pairs them with signature cocktails and their innovative N2 milkshakes.
Hot and Hot Fish Club
Hot and Hot Fish Club blends a variety of cooking styles with a modern touch. Chef Christ Hastings and his team source pretty much everything they make from local farmer’s harvest and other artisans around the area.